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Edward Gordon Craig

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Drawings of Isadora by Gordon Graig    



Photo of Isadora Duncan with tunic



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Gordan Craig's sketches of ideas for kiosk posters for Isadora's tours in 1905







Isadora Duncan from Gordon's sketchbook, pencil, 1905




José Clarà

José Clarà (1878-1958), Catalan painter.

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Drawings inspired by Isadora Duncan



Maurice Charpentier-Mio

Maurice Charpentier-Mio (1881-1976), French painter

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Medaillon, bronze with dark gilt, 1912, 13 x 10 cm. “Isadora Duncan impersonating Poland”, a set of four plaquetttes of bronze with dark gilt, 12 x 23 cm each. Collection of Gilberte Cournand, Paris.



Demeter Chiparus

Demeter Chiparus (Dimitriu Chiparusu, 1886-1947), Romanian sculptor who lived in Paris. His favoured technique was chryselephantine, the combination of bronze and ivory, in Art Deco style. His works in the late 1920's were influenced by Egypt. Most of his themes are dancers from the Russian Ballet, the French stage and early motion pictures.

"Anaesthesia”, statuette of gilt bronze and ivory on a marble socle, 41 cm. high x 67 cm. long. Shayo Gallery, New York.

Eugène Carrière

Eugène Carrière (1849-1906), French painter and lithographer, best known for his spiritual interpretations of family life and maternity. He also painted large canvases for the Sorbonne and the Hôtel de Ville, Paris, as well as portraits of famous men such as Verlaine, Daudet, and Edmond de Goncourt.

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Portrait of Isadora Duncan. Montpellier, Musée Fabre, D33.3.1.




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