Isadora Duncan

John Sloan American

Not on view

Sloan had an affinity for Isadora Duncan's dancing and wrote of her several times in his diary. He also did numerous paintings, drawings, and monotypes of her, see: Morse 1969, p. 195.

Sloan used different colors of ink at different stages in the development of this print.

States 1-9: black
States 10-16: brown
States 17-18: reddish brown
States 19-23: black
States 24-27: reddish
States 28-29: black

For alternate impression see: 26.30.46

Isadora Duncan, John Sloan (American, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania 1871–1951 Hanover, New Hampshire), Etching

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