owns The Degas House
Museum on New Orleans' historic Esplanade Avenue. Artist
Edgar Degas, a leading French Impressionist in the late 1800s,
lived in the house while visiting his mother's family. During
his visit in 1873, Degas painted one of his most famous works
--Portrait in a New Orleans Cotton Office.
David tells us about Degas; he also describes how he sees
that New Orleans has become a stronger city than before Hurricane
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