Degas and His Model
Originally published in Mercure de France in 1919, shortly after his death, Degas and His Model has always been perceived as an important account of the artist at work.
Fascinating and intimate, it is told from the perspective of one of the artist's models; the real person behind the pseudonym of Alice is unknown, but the pages tell an accurate story of Degas' personality and way in which he worked.
From snappy dialogue that capture's his tone and mannerisms, to his apparent mood swings, this book takes the reader on a journey through the master sculptor's world.
|Authors||Alice Michel - Jeff Nagy|
|Dimensions||22.5 x 30.5 cm|
|Publisher||David Zwirner Books|
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