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- +'''"La Petite Danseuse de Quatorze Ans" ("Little Dancer of Fourteen Years")''', c. 1881, is a sculpture by [[Edgar Degas]] of a young dance student named [[Marie van Goethem]]. The sculpture was originally made in wax before it was cast in 1922 in bronze.
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"La Petite Danseuse de Quatorze Ans" ("Little Dancer of Fourteen Years"), c. 1881, is a sculpture by Edgar Degas of a young dance student named Marie van Goethem. The sculpture was originally made in wax before it was cast in 1922 in bronze.



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