ARTS & CULTURE
07/16/2010 02:19 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

'Picasso Looks at Degas' at the Sterling and Francine Clark Institute

'Picasso Looks at Degas" is a double-barreled delight. It offers not only the chance to see many fine works that Picasso made under the inspiration of Degas, but also an equally rewarding opportunity to look over Picasso's shoulder and examine Degas's own achievements. As a result, each artist is revealed in new and surprising ways among the approximately 120 paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints in the exhibition.

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