Trivium Art HistoryEdgar Degas

Study of a Seated Woman

Study of a Seated Woman, 1869 — Edgar Degas
35 cm20.9 cm

Study of a Seated Woman is an Impressionist, Oil on Paper, Graphite Painting created by Edgar Degas from 1868 to 1869. It lives at the The Morgan Library and Museum in New York. The image is in the Public Domain.

Stamped in red ink at lower right, Degas; inscribed at right with extraneous numbers. Oil paint thinned with turpentine, over graphite, on tan paper. Bequest of John S. Thacher, 1985

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