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View Resource National Gallery of Art Tour: American Impressionists of the Late 1800s and Early 1900s

This small but appealing, online collection of American paintings gives insight into the history, techniques, and cultural position of the American Impressionists who, while following the styles of their French masters, departed from the continental Impressionists in terms of subject, favoring "portrayals of well-dressed, well-mannered high society." The site provides brief histories of each...

https://www.nga.gov/collection/gallery/gg70/gg70-main1.html
View Resource Philadelphia Museum of Art: Degas and the Dance

Throughout his prolific career, Edgar Degas had an enduring passion for depicting dance scenes, in particular the world of 19th century ballet. While the real exhibit of "Degas and the Dance" may have concluded in May 2003, this virtual exhibit provided by the Philadelphia Museum of Art is a lovely way to explore the various works of art created by Degas dealing with dance. Appropriately...

http://www.philamuseum.org/