**Degas, Edgar 'Dancers Practicing at the Barre'
An impressionist print by famous artist Edgar Degas. Two little girls practice their plea's on the barre in soft muted pastel tutus. The watering can to the left was a staple in dance classes. Water was sprinkled on top of the floor to keep dust from rising as the ballerinas danced. However, Degas also used the watering can as a form of irony. The watering can is in the shape of the dancers.
Available in two sizes with 1'' white border.