Isadora Duncan as 'first fairy' - c. 1896 - William Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' - Photo by Baker Art Gallery

dancer Isadora Duncan as first fairy - c. 1896 - William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream - Photo by Baker Art Gallery

Isadora Duncan - famous ballerina at the turn of the century and out lesbian.

Isadora Duncan - famous ballerina at the turn of the century and out lesbian.Mother of Modern Dance & NOT a ballerina!

Isadora Duncan. "It has taken me years of struggle, hard work and research to learn to make one simple gesture, and I know enough about the art of writing to realize that it would take as many years of concentrated effort to write one simple, beautiful sentence."

'Isadora DUNCAN' - dancer :: born in 1877 in San Francisco, raised by a single mother. Dropped out of school at age She took ballet but hated it and quit. She created a new kind of dance.

Isadora Duncan. Dancer. Free spirit.

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* New York circa 1920. "Isadora Duncan dancers." photo Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) Three of the six women known as the "Isadorables" and called Duncan's adopted daughters. Fortuny's Delphos dresses

New York circa "Isadora Duncan dancers."Arnold Genthe - 3 adopted children of Isadora Duncan (famous dancer). After her two children drowned in 1913 in the aftermath of a car accident in Paris, Isadora adopted six dancer daughters, the Isadorables.

Vionnet, as worn by Isadora Duncan. Madeleine Vionnet believed that "when a woman smiles, then her dress should smile too." Eschewing corsets, padding, stiffening, and anything that distorted the natural curves of a woman's body, her clothes were famous for accentuating the natural female form. Influenced by the modern dances of Isadora Duncan, Vionnet created designs that showed off a women's natural shape. Like Duncan, Vionnet was inspired by ancient Greek art, in which garments appear ...

"Isadorable," Margot Duncan (born Margot Jehl, in Berlin June 1900 - January - seen here in the centre, with Lisa and Anna Duncan, in

A beautiful silverscreen image of Isadora Duncan dancing with children in a field. Self expressionism

A beautiful silverscreen image of Isadora Duncan dancing with children in a field. Self expressionism

Isadora Duncan, performing to launch her career, in the Berkshires. Duncan was the first American dancer to develop and label a concept of natural breathing, which she identified with the ebb and flow of ocean waves.

Isadora Duncan, performing to launch her career, in the Berkshires. Duncan was the first American dancer to develop and label a concept of natural breathing, which she identified with the ebb and flow of ocean waves.

Isadora Duncan traced the art of dance back to its roots as a sacred art. She developed within this idea, free and natural movements inspired by the classical Greek arts, folk dances, social dances, nature, and natural forces.

Isadora Duncan Duncan was the first American dancer to deemphasize scenery and costumes in favor of a simple stage setting and simple costumes. By doing this, Duncan suggested that watching a dancer dance was enough.

présentation de l'exposition sur Isadora Duncan au musée Bourdelle

présentation de l'exposition sur Isadora Duncan au musée Bourdelle

Isadora Duncan and Sergei Yesinen with Isadora's daughter, Irma. Both women in Mariano Fortuny gowns, c1922

antidizionariodellamoda:DELPHOS Isadora Duncan with her husband, S. Esenin and her daughter Irma Duncan, both wearing Fortuny’s Delphos dresses, 1923 circa

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