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Edgar Degas:
La Famille Cardinal Heliogravures
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Edgar Degas created 33 monotypes to illustrate La Famille Cardinal, Ludovic Halévy's collection of short stories documenting the backstage life of Pauline and Virginie Cardinal at the Paris Opéra.

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Héloïse B. (Ginger) Levit's atelier is a private art gallery, open to corporate and private collectors, interior designers, museum professionals and art dealers by appointment only. Additional exhibition space is at Contract Associates, 1519 West Main Street Richmond 23220. The private gallery is located at 419 Dellbrooks Place, Richmond 23238.

The Ginger Levit atelier offers a wide range of fine oil paintings and works on paper, including watercolors, gouaches and Old Master prints. The atelier features the work of the best Virginia and regional artists and sculptors along the East Coast, as well as numerous 17th to 20th century significant French and American paintings.

The focus is on finding fine art for the discerning collector—from a single painting to an entire corporate collection.

About Ginger Levit
Mrs. Levit holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in French from the University of Pennsylvania, a Master's degree in French from the University of Richmond and a Master's degree in Art History from Virginia Commonwealth University. She also has studied Art History in Perugia and Florence, Italy and at the Sorbonne and the Ecole du Louvre in Paris. Therefore, older paintings are carefully researched and documented for accurate pricing.

She is a frequent lecturer and writes award-winning articles about art, antiques and travel for Fine Art Connoisseur, Antique Week, Antiques and the Arts Weekly, STYLE, 50 Plus and other publications.  She recently taught French at Commonwealth University.  Ginger Levit’s  award-winning radio broadcasts on the arts have been heard on 38 stations  throughout the Commonwealth; Picasso Minute was broadcast in March 2011.

Ginger Levit is listed in Who’s Who in American Art and many other Who’s Who publications. She was recently named to the Influential Women of Virginia 2009 list sponsored by Virginia Lawyers Weekly. The awards program recognizes the outstanding efforts and notable contributions of women in the commonwealth in all fields.