Tag Archive for 'Edgar Degas'

Hammershøi cubed

Yesterday’s sale at Bruun Rasmussen here in Copenhagen featured (for the second time) an extraordinary painting by Vilhelm Hammershøi. Reproduced above, it is a small, rather atypical painting, but one that adds to the picture of just how original and modern painter he was. I was happy to learn that it was acquired for a public collection. Continue reading ‘Hammershøi cubed’

Degas and Comics at Hooded Utilitarian

I know, it’s been ages, but I’ve finally written a new installment of my column DWYCK over at The Hooded Utilitarian. This time, I draw upon the great Degas exhibition at the Royal Academy last year to discuss the artist’s inquiry into time, space, and movement and its relation to comics. Go, read.

Above: Edgar Degas, Grande arabesque, Time One, Two, Three, c. 1880-85.