After beginning to lose his eyesight after his fiftieth birthday, Edgar Degas became increasingly dependent on his sense of touch and so started to turn from painting to sculpting. Posed as only a true dancer could, Degas' Petite Danseuse de Quatorze Ans (Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen) stands as one of the most celebrated and recognized sculptures of modern times. This reproduction is inspired by the original work in the Baltimore Museum of Art. Measures 8 in.
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