Buy The Milliners Stretched Canvas Wall Art. The Milliners was created somewhere between 1870-1890 and depicts two Milliners obscured and surrounded by their wears. Edgar Degas had a very high opinion of Milliners referring to them as “the aristocracy of the workwomen of Paris”.
Edgar Degas (1834-1917) was a French artist who achieved notoriety for his sculptures, drawings, paintings and prints. More than half of this amazing artists body of work featured dancers. Degas was widely referred to as one of the founding fathers of Impressionism, however, Degas rejected this preferring to be regarded as a realist.
Like all the art on our website, this product is available in a plethora of formats. Our most popular formats are the framed prints & stretched canvas prints, however, the product can also be purchased as a rolled canvas (no support frame), paper print, wall decal (wall sticker) and floating frame (our most premium product which combines a canvas print and a framed print).