Miss La La at the Cirque Fernando is a painting by Edgar Degas, the French Impressionist artist, now in the collection of the National Gallery in London, England. It shows the acrobat Miss La La hanging on a rope by her teeth at the Cirque Fernando in Montmartre, Paris.
The painting was bought by the Trustees of the Courtauld Fund in 1925. It was returned from the Tate Gallery to the National Gallery in 1950.
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