Degas, impressionism and the world of Parisian slepnir

Exhibition June 24 − September 24, 2017
Museum of the Legion of honor in San Francisco opened the exhibition "Degas, impressionism and the world of Parisian slapnuts".

The exhibit features about 40 canvases, pastels, lithographs of the Impressionists of the late NINETEENTH – early twentieth centuries (up to the First world war), and 40 specimens of fine hats of the time.
Among them are famous works by Edgar Degas, many of which have never been exhibited in the United States of America, as well as works by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, James Tissot, Edward Manet, Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt, Jean beraud, lithographs Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.

The key works of the exhibition were the work of Edgar Degas is widely known primarily for his drawings of the ballet scenes. But besides this, he depicted the daily life of Parisian streets, kafeshantany and – hat workshops, showing not only the glamorous side of the fashion world hat, but showing simple workers who created these complex products that seem Museum pieces of art, not everyday objects.

Exhibits for this exhibition provided many museums: Paris d'orsay, National gallery of art in Washington, The art Institute of Chicagothe museums in Boston, St. Louis, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Toronto.

On the official website Museum of the Legion of honor.