Vogue - April 1929
Regular Photographic Print
Item #: 12500809162A
Size and print type
8" x 10" without border
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Published April 13, 1929
Isadora Duncan, considered the mother of modern dance, was inspired by Classical Greek aesthetics, narratives, and ideals. Duncan broke new ground in dance and discarded the rigid ballet style of the time. She founded several schools in Europe, including one in Moscow, which her adopted daughter Irma Duncan took over in 1924. Edward Steichen's photograph of members of the Moscow dance company, dressed in Classical-inspired tunics, appeared in the April 13, 1929, Vogue.
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