Edgar Degas, auto-portrait
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Edgar Degas        1834-1917
The digital critical catalogue
Launching September 17th, 2019
by Michel Schulman

Photo de At the café-concert

At the café-concert

1876-1877
Pastel et monotype sur papier sur carton
23, 5 x 43, 2 cm - 9 1/4 x 17 in.
Signé en bas à gauche : Degas
Washington, National Gallery of Art, Etats-Unis - Inv. 2014.136.175
Dernière mise à jour : 2019-10-09 10:39:04
Référence : MS-903

History

Charles Haviland, Paris, 1877 - Willliam A. Clark, Washington, 1897 – The Corcoran Gallery, 1926 (Don William A. Clark) - National Gallery, Washington, 2014.

Exhibitions

Paris, 11 rue Le Peletier, 1877, n° 43 (?) – New York, Wildenstein & Co., 1959, (n.n.), repr. p. 31 - Cambridge, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, 24 april-14 juin 1968,  Degas Monotypes - Washington, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 26 avril-16 juillet 1978, The William A. Clark Collection - Washington, San Francisco, 1986, n° 105,  repr. p. 360  (Washington seulement) - Washington, National Gallery, 1982-1983, Manet and Modern Paris, n° 108 - Cambridge, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, 24 april- 14 juin 1968,  Degas Monotypes - Washington, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 26 avril-16 juillet 1978, The William A. Clark Collection - Baltimore, Museum of Fine Arts, 13 novembre 1984-13 janvier 1985, Edgar Degas: The Painter as Printmaker - Washington, National Gallery, 16 janvier-6 avril 1986, The New Painting: Impressionism 1874 - 1886 - Washington, National Gallery, 2015, Focus on the Corcoran: Works on Paper, 1860-1990.

Bibliography

Alexandre, Les Arts, 1918, n° 166, p. 6 (repr.) – Manson, 1927, pl. 34 – Catalogue of the Corcoran Gallery, ?, n° 2072 – Lemoisne, 1946-1949, II, n° 404, repr. p. 221 – Janis,  "The Role of Monotype in the Working Method of Degas--I," Burlington Magazine. 109.766: 24, fig.49 - Boggs, "Degas Monotypes at the Fogg,"  Burlington Magazine.110.784, p. 429 - Boggs,  "Degas Monotypes at the Fogg," Burlington Magazine.110.784: 429 - Janis, 1968, n° 26 - Lassaigne, Toulouse-Lautrec and the Paris of the Cabarets. 1968, pl. 8 -  Terrasse, Edgar Degas. 1972, p. 39-40, n° 2 - Adhemar, Cachin. Degas: the complete etchings, lithographs, and monotypes,1975,  p. 281 - Blunden, Impressionists and Impressionism. 1976, p. 151 - Reff, Degas: The Artist's Mind, 1976, n° 14 - Werner, 1977, n° 19, repr. p. 56 - Thomson, "Degas in Edinburgh," Burlington Magazine. 1979, 121.919: 677 - Reff, Manet and Modern Paris. The University of Chicago Press, 1982, 90-91, no. 25 - Clark, The Painting of Modern Life,  1984, New York, Knopf, n° 108 - Shackelford, Cat. exp. National Gallery, Washington, 1984-1985, fig. 1.7 - Brettell, "The Third Exhibition, The New Painting: Impressionism 1874-1886", San Francisco, 1986, p. 204 - Gordon, Forge, 1988, p. 70, 141, 234 - Thomson, "Degas's Only Known Painting on Tile," Burlington Magazine, 1988, 130.1020: n. 20 - Thomson, Degas: The Nudes, 1988, p. 72 New York, Thames and Hudson, p.  72 - Armstrong, Odd Man Out: Readings of the Work and Reputation of Edgar Degas. 1990: 145,149 - Broude, "A World in Light: France and the International Impressionist Movement," World Impressionism, 1990, p. 16 -Distel, Seurat. 1991, Paris, fig. 3 - Boggs, Maheux, Degas Pastels. 1992, n° 9 - Druick, "Cafe Concert," Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies, 2008,  34.1: 79  - Vinson, Repetitions: Memory and Making in Degas's Ballet Classroom Series. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2013, 106-107, 109, 112, 124, 131, 135, 137, n° 3.10 - Lloyd, Edgar Degas: Drawings and Pastels 1886-1904, Los Angeles, The J. Paul Getty Museum, 2014, n°  124.