John Sloan American (1871–1951)Isadora DuncanMedium: Etching
Edition : 100 proofs
Signature: Signed, titled and numbered in pencil. Signed and dated in the plate
References: M.172, xxix/xxix
Size: 9 x 7 1/2 inches
Description: John Sloan, a prominent member of the so-called Ash Can School, is notable for his image of the fringe culture and urban life in early 20th century New York. Isadora Duncan was a self-taught, improvisational dancer. Her work was choreographed, “to rediscover the beautiful, rhythmical motions of the human body.” Dancing barefoot, wrapped in flowing scarves, her performances celebrated independence and self-expression and were particularly adored by female audiences.
Condition: Stretch holes at margin edge
Stock Number: 29643C