1848 – 1907
Industrial Revolution II

Degas' Place de la Concorde or Viscount Lepic and his Daughters

Degas, Place de la Concorde, 1875


Edgar Degas, Place de la Concorde or Viscount Lepic and his Daughters, oil on canvas, 1875 (Hermitage, St. Petersburg)

Speakers: Dr. Steven Zucker, Dr. Beth Harris

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Jan Florizoon wrote on Tuesday, January 19, 2010

I really like very much this comment. Very enthousiastic and intelligent. Very good observation and humour. Beautiful couple of voices. I thought this could be a scene of a movie of Woody Allen. Congratulations.

Doug M wrote on Wednesday, January 16, 2013

For a thoughtful insight into this painting see p.78 of

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Place de la Concorde or Viscount Lepic and his Daughters</em>
Paris, France
1875

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