The Laundresses - Original Etching by Edgar Degas

Original etching and aquatint by Edgar Degas printed in black ink on thick wove creme paper. Titled The Laundresses Degas work explores space and uses experimental techniques including a wire brush to create its texture. This work is classic Degas as it captures women in motion from an unusual perspective. The original copper plate was executed in 1897-80. This is a fine impression of Reed and Shapiro s fourth state after cancellation of the plate. It was printed as part of Ambroise Vollard s 1919 edition of 150 impressions from Degas cancelled plates. Framed size 18-1 4 inches H x 17 inches W (46.3 cm x 43.2 cm). Framed in an ornate finished-corner gold leaf frame with acid-free white matte and mounting materials. Completed with a UV-resistant acrylic cover. See closeup photos at



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