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Each day this week, we’ll be posting a sneak peek of artworks from our “50 for 50” exhibition, opening this Sunday. First up, “At the Café-Concert: The Song of the Dog” is one of Degas’ earliest depictions of a café-concert. The well-loved singer, Thérésa, is caught open mouthed performing a whimsical song that required her to impersonate a dog. [Edgar Degas, At the Café-Concert: The Song of the Dog, 1875. Loan and promised gift of The A. Jerrold Perenchio Collection, photo © Fredrik Nilsen] #Degas #LACMA50

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