Replica of Degas' "Little Dancer Aged Fourteen" sculpture of a ballerina standing with arms behind back and feet in open fourth position. The dancer and base are a bronze tone, with clothing painted a light blue and purple. Edge of square base is marked "MMI copyright."
"Little Dancer Aged Fourteen" was the only sculpture that Degas exhibited in public, at the Sixth Impressionist Exhibition of 1881 in Paris. It was modeled after Marie van Goethem. Originally sculpted in wax, he adorned it with real clothing and a horsehair wig.
Condition: In excellent condition.
L - 5 1/2"
W - 5 1/8"
H - 13 3/4"
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