After the Bath – (Edgar Degas) Previous Next


Style: Impressionism

Topic: Baths Baths

Date: 1886

Size: 70 x 70 cm

Technique: Pastel

After the Bath is a artwork (Pastel, gouache with traces of charcoal and varnish on three hotisontal strips of grey paper pasted on cardboard) by the French artist Edgar Degas. It is painted in Mid-1890s. Degas draw and paint a noted number of artworks regarding women drying themselves with towels, combing their hair and bathing. The painting is now in the collection of The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia.

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