Up at Edgar's
1960 | Oil on Linen | 54x50
This painting was inspired by the composition of Degas' The Cotton Merchants
Degas' brother was a New Orleans cotton merchant, and Degas visited him, making a small painting, while in New Orleans.
A small version of Up at Edgar's was owned by JFK while he was in the White House.
After his death, it was deaccessioned to the New School in NYC.