The artwork ‘Woman Ironing‘ by E. Degas, conserved in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC., comes to life in real size (81 x 66 cm) in our living room, through the augmented reality app: Artinside Museum, available on the App Store.
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Woman Ironing by Degas
Degas (Hilaire German Edgar Degas Paris 1834 – 1917) dedicates fourteen artworks to the theme of woman ironing. In this painting, signed on the lower left, Degas is not interested in denouncing the unhealthy environment, where the ironers of the time were forced to work non-stop for hours. He focuses on the sinuous line of the woman’s body, and on that habitual gesture of the worker, standing with the iron in her hand.
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