Degas: Form, Movement, and the Antique Exhibited at the Tampa Museum of Art


TAMPA, FL.- The exhibition which will open to the public on March 12, 2011 will include 47 works by the French Impressionist master Edgar Degas (1834-1917). The museum will complement the exhibition of works by Degas with selections from its pre-eminent collections of antiquities and historical photographs. Together, the works in the exhibition will examine how Degas drew inspiration from the contemporary and ancient worlds. “The Tampa Museum of Art is pleased to welcome loans from over 30 different lenders. A key work in the exhibition will be Edgar Degas’s Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen, cast in bronze by Albino Palazzolo at the Hébrard Foundry and on loan from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts,” according