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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

Edgar Degas
DANSEUSE S’AVANÇANT, LES BRAS LEVÉS
Estimate
70,00090,000
LOT SOLD. 81,250 GBP
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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

Edgar Degas
DANSEUSE S’AVANÇANT, LES BRAS LEVÉS
Estimate
70,00090,000
LOT SOLD. 81,250 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Edgar Degas
1834 - 1917
DANSEUSE S’AVANÇANT, LES BRAS LEVÉS
stamped Degas, numbered 19/E and with foundry mark AA Hébrard cire perdue
bronze
height: 35.2cm., 13 7/8 in.
Conceived circa 1890 and cast in bronze by the Hébrard Foundry, Paris after 1919 in an edition of 20 inscribed A to T plus two casts inscribed HER and HER.D reserved for the family of the artist and the foundry plus 1 cast inscribed AP.
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Provenance

Mrs Jean d’Alayer (née Marie-Louise Durand-Ruel, sale: Sotheby’s, London, 2nd December 1986, lot 3)
The Lefevre Gallery, London (purchased at the above sale)
Acquired from the above by the present owner 

Literature

John Rewald, Degas's Complete Sculpture, Catalogue raisonné, San Francisco, 1990, no. 24, illustration of the wax p. 86; illustration of another cast p. 87
Sara Campbell, 'Degas: The Sculpture. A Catalogue Raisonné' in Apollo, August 1995, no. 19, illustration of another cast and the present cast listed p. 20
Joseph S. Czestochowski & Anne Pingeot (eds.), Degas Sculptures, Catalogue raisonné of the Bronzes, Memphis, 2002, no. 19, illustration of another cast pp. 158-59; the present cast listed p. 159
Sara Campbell, Richard Kendall, Daphne Barbour & Shelley Sturman, Degas in the Norton Simon Museum, London, 2009, vol. II, no. 56, colour illustrations of another cast pp. 318-19; the present cast listed pp. 516-17

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