The emergence of the Impressionist movement in the 19th century marked a significant turning point in Edgar Degas's artistic career. Alongside artists such as Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Degas sought to break away from traditional artistic conventions. The Impressionists aimed to capture the fleeting impressions of light, color, and movement in their artworks, often opting for outdoor painting and spontaneous brushwork. Degas's art was characterized by his innovative techniques and diverse choice of subjects. He experimented with various mediums, including oil paints, pastels, and even photography. Degas had a meticulous eye for detail, and his works often displayed a sense of realism combined with a touch of abstraction.
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