My Gallery is based on dance, it includes painting about dancing with people dancing in it. Some have groups some are ballerinas but they are all to do with dance.

Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette, Auguste Renoir, 1876, From the collection of: Musée d’Orsay, Paris
This paining is showing a garden party, it was painted in the 1876 when these parties where always happening. It shows people sitting down and mingling and being social with each other, but there is also a dance floor in which people are dancing on and having a good time. 
Country Dance, Pierre Auguste Renoir, 1883, From the collection of: Musée d’Orsay, Paris
This country dancing photo is showing two people in love, dancing in a country western scene with country/ western clothing and they were dancing the traditional country style of dancing. There are no other people in this photo to show the peace and beauty and simplicity of the photo. The dance is taking place on a stage with one little child in the background walking. The couple swept away by the music seems to have left a disorderly table, a carelessness accentuated by the hat dropped in the foreground.
Dance before a Fountain, Nicolas Lancret (French, 1690 - 1743), by 1724, From the collection of: The J. Paul Getty Museum
In a park adorned with a monumental fountain, two couples perform a country dance, accompanied by the music of a rustic bagpipe. On either side, other couples play out the game of love in its various stages of anticipation, entreaty, and reward. This painting was in the 1724 when the traditional dancing was all that people would dance to, people would have partners and dance till their hearts content.
The Dance Hall in Arles, Vincent van Gogh, 1888, From the collection of: Musée d’Orsay, Paris
On 23 October 1888, The multitude of characters, the variety of their style of clothes showing the detail and time spent on this art work. The painting shows a crowded dance floor, with people dancing the traditional dance in that time. The costumes and couples are very detailed. 
Four Dancers, Edgar Degas, c. 1899, From the collection of: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Degas studied his preferred subject, ballet performers, in hundreds of works. The dancers preparing to go onstage. One of the largest and most ambitious of the artist’s late works. Degas was fascinated by ballet and the gestures of ballerinas, and he made more than a thousand drawings, paintings, and sculptures of ballet themes. This painting was made in 1899, it shows the dancers getting ready to go onstage. The detail that is in the painting, is very exquisite it shows the detail of the dancers and the background setting. 
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