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Source:   Souvenir de la soirée du dimch. 24 mars 1895. A Loïe Fuller.


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[Watercolor wash of pale salmon white floods out from the middle of paper with a  tiny head of Fuller with loose hair at the center presented on a dark green/ blue ground/  In the foreground an assortment of artist tools: palette, triangle, compass, inkwell, t-square, brush, paint tube, as well as a top hat, are animated with stick figure arms and legs in various antic poses of worship and amaze in the light flooding from Fuller.]

Image ID: 2030184

[Watercolor wash of pale salmon white floods out from the middle of paper with a tiny head of Fuller with loose hair at... (1895)


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Image Title

:  [Watercolor wash of pale salmon white floods out from the middle of paper with a tiny head of Fuller with loose hair at the center presented on a dark green/ blue ground/ In the foreground an assortment of artist tools: palette, triangle, compass, inkwell, t-square, brush, paint tube, as well as a top hat, are animated with stick figure arms and legs in various antic poses of worship and amaze in the light flooding from Fuller.]

Medium

: Watercolors

Specific Material Type

: drawings

Item/Page/Plate

: no. 48.16

Source

: Souvenir de la soirée du dimch. 24 mars 1895. A Loïe Fuller.

Source Description

: 23 watercolors, 1 l.

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Jerome Robbins Dance Division

Catalog Call Number

: (S) *MGZMC-Res. 5 (slipcase)

Digital ID

: 2030184

Record ID

: 1955449

Digital Item Published

: 6-3-2011; updated 11-10-2011

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