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"The Dancers," an 1898 pastel by French Impressionist Edgar Degas, is among the earliest pieces in the Lazarof gift. The abruptly cropped composition is a snapshot-like view of the ballet that epitomizes the artist's talent for stopping motion with extraordinary freedom and verve.

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"The Dancers," an 1898 pastel by French Impressionist Edgar Degas, is among the earliest pieces in the Lazarof gift. The abruptly cropped composition is a snapshot-like view of the ballet that epitomizes the artist's talent for stopping motion with extraordinary freedom and verve.

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