National Gallery of Australia presents First Ever Edgar Degas Exhibition in Australia
Australia’s first ever exhibition of works by French artist Edgar Degas (1834–1917) opens at the National Gallery of Australia. It will be shown only in Canberra. Degas: master of French art has been developed by the National Gallery of Australia, which has selected the works, negotiated the loans and researched and published the exhibition book. The exhibition includes more than 120 paintings, drawings, sculptures, monotypes, prints, and photographs drawn from 45 collections from all over the world. On exhibition 12 December through 22 March, 2009.