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Ballet Collection by A. Borisov Studio, decorate your walls with ballerinas

When I studied art, I was shocked with the Degas dancers. His subtle postures made me live the world of dance, and the contrasts of color seemed precious to me. Now I find the theme of having impressionist paintings on the walls a bit more old for my decorative taste, but I wouldn't mind having a couple of dancers at home since their beauty continues to impress me.

Searching for I came to the website of L'Affiche Moderne where I ran into the Ballet collection by A. Borisov Studio, some photographs of current dancers undoubtedly inspired by Degas. Borisov's dancers prepare for the dance, hide behind gauze and move gracefully.

Each photograph can be purchased in size 40x30 or 70x50 and in various formats, such as canvas, laminate or enameled with prices ranging from 39 euros to 149. I love its blue tones and I see these pictures ideal for ballet lovers looking for beautiful photographs To decorate your house.

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