"The Tub" by Edgar Degas
The first time I ever saw the pastel drawing of Edgar Degas The Tub my initial reaction was nothing more then a sigh. But that interpretation of this work of art changed drastically after reading more about Mr. Degas life, reasons for his works, and the way he worked.
He was able to completely devote him self to his work, because he had no desire for any material goods. The way in which he created his art took long amounts of time, with constant
redrawing of his subjects never surrendering it to a single, pose, he attempted at all angles. This is apparent in many of his works in which the subject is shown in unique positions. Thus, it is done in order to achieve and bring out what he saw in the subject, and to send the message he wanted the
person observing the picture to perceive.
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