Exhibition

Discover Degas and Miss La La

6 June - 1 September 2024
Free to all

Revealing the story behind an Impressionist masterpiece.

This new exhibition sheds light on Degas's masterpiece Miss La La at the Cirque Fernando by displaying newly discovered information about the painting and its sitter.

In 1879, Degas immortalised the talented circus artist, Miss La La, also known as Anna Albertine Olga Brown. But until now, little was known about her. Featuring new material from rare, previously untraced drawings of her by Degas, to entirely unpublished photographic portraits of Miss La La, the exhibition aims to tell her story for the first time.

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