Moreover, being a romantic and lively creative person, he also drew the exotic pictures of women, which maintain perpetual captivation and unabated fascination in it. It is therefore his work experience splendid acknowledgement and admiration. Though, he could not earn fame in the beginning, and had to make hard efforts to win the attention of the art-lovers, yet he left his contemporary artists far behind by dint of his intelligent creativity and superb imagination. Consequently, his paintings are still making business in almost all parts of the globe.
Aspects of Degass work - mainly, his ballet paintings from the 1880s - have long been popular with a broad audience; too much so for their own good. (artchive.com) The bath and combing oil paintings of women, produced by Degas, remind the literary viewers the most glamorous character of Belinda and her dressing room created by famous English poet of Classical Era Alexander Pope in his wonderful poem Rape of the Lock. Belinda is viewed as the most glamorous character ever created in the history of Continental Literature. Being the lover of art, I also appreciate the paintings created by Degas related to the bath and toilette, where he has skillfully drawn every crease of the body while drawing the sketch of the woman after bath. The color combination of the landscape is very close to natural beauty. The picture also reveals deep observation of this proficient artist, who has included everything that essential in a fashionable toilette of the ladies belonging to elite stratum of society. It is therefore the future artists imitate his style and try to make portraits and drawings in the same lines adopted by