In Edgar Degass life females were featured in more than 1/3 of his art works. Did Degas treat his female subjects in his works of art, including a pastel on paper and paintings differently because of their status in society? The paintings, pastel on paper; which will be mainly used to compare this, will be The Portrait of a family (The Bellelli Family), WomanBathing (from 1884) and Portrait of Mary Cassatt Seated, Holding Cards. These works of art; and the series they belonged to have many similarities, but they also have their differences too. However; Degas works of art can be compared to one of his fellow artists of his day, for example, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrecs Woman at her Toilet, figure two which is similar to Degass The Bathers
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