Edgar Degas's
"Little Dancer"
Exhibit Opening and
Book Launch
The French Alliance Française
September 14, 2016

Opposite Photo:
Anne Eisenhower and
Wolfgang Flotti

Photo Credit: Annie Watt




Elisa Bliss, Jonathan Marder, Sharon Bush and Faith Coolidge

An exhibition devoted to Edgar Degas' Little Dancer opened last night at The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF). Curated by Dr. Gregory Hedberg, author of a new Degas’ Little Dancer Aged Fourteen: The Earlier Version That Helped Spark The Birth Of Modern Art, he celebrated with wife Margaret, and 200 friends including Dirk Allgaier, Christine Biddle, Sharon Bush, The Honorable Joseph P. Carroll and Dr. Roberta Carroll, Peter and Faith Coolidge, Suzi Cordish, Zita Davisson, Carmen Dell'Orefice, Robert and Christine Emmons, Kip Forbes, Grace Gluck, Michèle Gerber Klein, Peter Trippi, Patricia Hearst Shaw, and Dr. and Mrs. Frank Weiser, in FIAF's Skyroom.

Christopher Hyland and Constantino Castellano

Marie-Monique Steckel, FIAF President, noted how "We are always proud to respond to the interest in great French art.”
















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