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Odd couple fit together perfectly

Degas and Rodin had different backgrounds but British show underlines the links

Their backgrounds might have made them strange bedfellows: Edgar Degas (1834-1917), the lawyer turned publicity-shy painter and printmaker, and Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), the sculptor from a working-class background who achieved fame with his large, often controversial works.

But sculptures of the two Parisians sit comfortably side by side, as prime examples of how these two masters of modernism portrayed the human figure.

Browse & Darby’s February 14-March 16 exhibition of the two artists’ works is titled simply Degas & Rodin. The Cork Street gallery includes around 24 pieces in total, fairly evenly split between each maker and between loan and works for sale, with prices ranging from £50,000-500,000. As a specialist in paintings and drawings as well as sculpture, the business also includes several two-dimensional works.

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Published every week since 1971, Antiques Trade Gazette is affectionately known as ‘the Bible of the antiques trade’. A long tradition of authority, integrity and accuracy, makes it the essential read for everyone who loves antiques. With a subscription to Antiques Trade Gazette, you’ll stay ahead of all the developments in the art and antiques market, plus you’ll enjoy • A comprehensive auction calendar – see when and where every sale will be happening • Exclusive interviews with dealers, giving you the inside track on the trade • Breaking news on key industry developments • Secrets, stories and tips from leading specialists and collectors • Top lots advertised by auctioneers • Previews of the best art and antiques fairs and markets • Special supplements focusing on specific collecting areas

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