Degas Exhibitions

  • Event

  • Salon Académie: Scene of War in the Middle Ages.

  • Salon: The Steeplechase.

  • Salon: Bellelli family.

  • Salon: Fiocre in the Ballet "La Source."

  • Salon: Several works.
    Gallery of Van Praet in Brussels, Belgium.

  • Exhibits The Orchestra of the Opera in Lille.

  • April: First Impressionist Exhibition; exhibits 10 works.

  • Second Impressionist Exhibition; exhibits 24 works.

  • Third Impressionist Exhibition; contributes over 20 prints, monotypes, and paintings.

  • Fourth Impressionist Exhibition; contributes 25 works.

  • Fifth Impressionist Exhibition; contributes approximately eight prints, paintings, and drawings.

  • Sixth Impressionist Exhibition; primarily contributes pastels, as well as his highly experimental sculpture The Little Dancer.

  • Final Impressionist Exhibition in Paris; contributes 5 oil paintings and 10 pastels.
    Durand-Ruel Impressionist Exhibition, New York; contributes 23 works.

  • Shows two pastels in New York.

  • Boussod et Valadon Gallery: nine pastels.

  • Durand-Ruel: Peintres-graveurs; exhibits two lithographs.

  • Shows several pictures in London.
    École des Beaux-Arts: one lithograph.

  • Solo exhibition at Durand-Ruel, Paris, devoted to landscape pastels and monotypes.

  • Shows L'Absinthe in London at Christie’s & Grafton galleries.
    Additional works at Boussod et Valadon, London.

  • Camentron Gallery, Paris.
    Durand-Ruel: landscape monotypes.
    Several pictures exhibited in Cleveland, US.

  • Tasset et L'hôte: photographs.

  • Durand-Ruel: substantial exhibition from various periods, including bathers.

  • Works shown in Pittsburgh, US, and Dresden, Germany.

  • Several pictures in London, UK and Pittsburgh, US.
    Cassirer Gallery, Berlin, Germany: Liebermann, Meunier, and Degas.
    Durand-Ruel: large Impressionist exxhibition.

  • Cassirer Gallery, Berlin, Germany: Manet, Degas, Puvis de Chavannes, and Slevogt.
    Works shown in Pittsburgh, US, and London

  • Munich Secession.
    Works shown in Pittsburgh, US.

  • Munich Secession.

  • Durand-Ruel: retrospective of 20 works.

  • Berlin Secession exhibition.
    Bernheim Impressionism exhibition.

  • La Libre Esthétique, Brussels: 15 works.

  • Grafton Gallery, London, organized by Durand-Ruel: 34 works.

  • Mixed showings in Stuttgart, Moscow, Brussels, London, Cincinnati, Budapest, and elsewhere.

  • Modern French Paintings, Manchester.
    Strasbourg: several works.

  • Cincinnati Museum, Impressionist Exhibition: 3 works.

  • Bernheim-Jeune, Paris.

  • International Society, London.
    Impressionist Exhibition, Florence.
    Potter Palmer collection, Chicago.

  • Fogg Art Museum: 12 works.

  • Rouart Auction.

  • Cassirer Gallery, Berlin Degas/Cézanne: 29 works.

  • Grosvenor House Exhibition, London.
    Berlin Secession show.

  • Knoedler Gallery, New York: 26 works.

  • Durand-Ruel Gallery, New York: Manet and Degas.

  • Grosvenor Gallery, London.

  • Degas, Georges Petit Gallery, Paris.

  • Retrospective Exhibition of French Art, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

  • Havemeyer Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

  • Degas, Portratist, Sculptor, Orangery Museum, Paris.

  • Degas, Harriman Gallery, US.

  • Degas, The Pennsylvania Museum of Art, Philadelphia.

  • Masterpieces by Degas, Durand-Ruel, New York.
    Degas, Orangery Museum, Paris

  • Degas, Works of the Louvre Museum, Orangery Museum, Paris.

  • Degas in the Metropolitan, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

  • Degas: 1879, The National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh.

  • Degas, the Dancers, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.

  • Degas, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris/Metropolitan;
    Museum of Art, New York; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.

  • Edgar Degas: The Many Dimensions of a Master French Impressionist,
    Miami, Florida; Dayton, Ohio.
    Origins of Impressionism, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris.
    Degas, Portraits, Kunsthaus Zürich; Kunsthalle Tübingen.

  • Degas: Beyond Impressionism, National Gallery, UK.

  • Degas: Beyond Impressionism, Art Institute of Chicago, New York.

  • Degas and the Dance, Detroit Institute of Arts; Philadelphia Museum of Art.

  • Impressionism: Treasures from the National Collection of France, Beijing; Shanghai; Hong Kong.

  • Degas, Sickert, and Toulouse-Lautrec, Tate Britain, London.

  • Degas, the Process of Creation, Foundation Mapfre, Madrid.

  • Degas, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg.

  • Edgar Degas, Museum of Art, Yokohama.
    Delacroix to Degas, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto.
    Picasso Looks at Degas, Clark Art Institute, Williamston;Museu Picasso, Barcelona.
    Degas: Sculptor, Diligent Museum of Art, Roubaix

  • Degas, Società Promotrice Delle Belle Arti, Turino.

  • Degas, An Impressionist Painter?, Museum of Impressionism, Giverny.

  • Degas: A New Vision, Melbourne; Houston.
    Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty, Museum of Modern Art, New York.

  • Degas: A Passion for Perfection, Fitzwilliam Museum, , Cambridge; Denver Art Museum.

  • Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist, Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland.

  • Degas at the Opera, Musée d’Orsay, Paris.