With the greatest respect for the original works of art, the designers of this collection bring to life famous paintings by lifting them out of the flat surface.
The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer is a sculpture begun c. 1880 by Edgar Degas of a young student of the Paris Opera Ballet dance school, a Belgian named Marie van Goethem.
When the Little Dancer of Fourteen Years was shown in Paris at the Sixth Impressionist Exhibition of 1881, it received mixed reviews. Joris-Karl Huysmans called it “the first truly modern attempt at sculpture I know.” Certain critics were shocked by the piece,
Dimensions Height 11 cm
Width 4 1/2 cm
Length 5 cm