Degas, Edgar - The Millinery Shop Art Print

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A Museum Quality Art Print of The Millinery Shop by Edgar Degas. The artist finished this oil on canvas in 1886 and sold it to Paul Drand-Ruel of Paris on February 22, 1913 for 50,000 francs. Several hands later this artwork was bequeathed to the Chicago Art Institute by Mrs L. L. Coburn in 1933 where it still resides today. This canvas is Dega's most ambitious statement on the theme of the millinery shop. Some experts think the young woman is the hat maker who is inspecting her handiwork before putting it out for sale. Other think that because the woman is richly and elegantly dressed including a fur trimmed dress, that she is a well off customer inspecting the hat before purchasing it.

Fine Art Prints of Distinction painstakingly repairs the original files of these old paintings or prints, as much as they can be repaired without ruining the original intent of the artist. We then print with the best inks, papers and printers. The end result is a beautiful, archival reproduction print that will last in your home for generations and at a low cost so anyone can now have great artworks hanging in their home or business. Our prints should not be confused with the mass produced prints on cheap poster type papers, our works of art are a much better quality and made one at a time in our family business. Brandywine General Store is proud to offer for sale a Premium Fine Art Print made from the painting entitled The Millinery Shop by Edgar Degas.

Inventory #145 - Fine Art Prints of Distinction by Famous Artists

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