This Degas study of a Nude Dancer in Pose Attaching Her Suit is a reproduction from the renowned Parastone Mouseion 3D Collection. It has been reproduced with particular attention to detail and her gracefulness. Made from bronze powder and resin, Edgar Degas' signature appears on the underside of the base, included is a color description card about the museum reproduction. Degas classical education can be recognized in his earlier work, in particular the strict composition and lining inspired by Ingres whom he greatly admired. Degas took a special position within the group of artists led by his friend Monet, who regularly got together in the Cafe Gurebois. His cynicism and sharp tongue however, made his difficult in company and many ideas from Zola, Renoir and Monet did not appeal to him. Although he referred to himself as an independent realist, he was very much involved in the impressionistic revolution and the themes and techniques developed the traditional and modern art of painting.