Edgar Degas – Modern Artist, par excellence

Edgar Degas (1834-1917) was a original French artist who detoured from the Impressionist style, and experimented with realism, off-center compositions, cropping, color, and form. His favorite subjects included dancers, cafĂ© life, horses, and women in non-traditional poses (bathing, combing hair and doing laundry). Our SegPlayPC collection contains 25 patterns of his most recognizable works including ‘The Bellelli Family’, ‘In the Orchestra Pit’, ‘Absinthe’, ‘Miss Lala at the Circus’, ‘Women Ironing’, ‘Race Horses’, ‘Place de la Concorde’, and ‘The Tub’.

Patterns Included In This Set

Self Portrait


Miss Lala at the Circus

The Bellelli Family

In the Orchestra Pit

On the Beach

Place de la Concorde

Women Ironing

Race Horses

Portrait of Estelle Musson

Portrait of Edmond Duranty

Portrait of Mary Cassatt

Woman Combing Her Hair

At the Races

The Dance Class

The Tub

Blue Dancers

Ballet Rehearsal on Stage

Singer with a Glove

After the Bath

Seated Dancer

The Star

Portrait of a Young Woman

Four Dancers

Mademoiselle Dobigny