Little Dancer Aged Fourteen
Both the subject matter and style of this work were considered modern at the time it was created. Representing a working class girl, the dancer is portrayed with a sense of pride and dignity that would often go unnoticed by the public.
Artform: SCULPTURE, Pre-20th Century
Artist: Degas, Edgar
Artist Dates: 1834-1917
Period: 19th century
Date: modeled in wax 1878-1881, cast 1920s
Medium: bronze, tulle and silk
Size: height: 99.1 cm
Subject: Figure, Female
Museum: Philadelphia Museum of Art
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