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Morgan Russell

Isadora Duncan dansant (recto); Etude de mouvement (verso)

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executed in Paris in 1910.

5.13/16 x 3.5/8 in.

PROVENANCE Michel Seuphor, Paris (don de …

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executed in Paris in 1910.

5.13/16 x 3.5/8 in.

PROVENANCE Michel Seuphor, Paris (don de l'artiste). Collection privée, France (don du précédent). BIBLIOGRAPHIE S. R. Udall, Dance and American Art: A Long Embrace, Madison, 2012, p.245, (oeuvre citée: "Dans une veine plus abstraite, Morgan Russel, qui a vu une …

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Signed with the initials, dated, titled and located lower
Morgan Russell
American, 1886–1953
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Morgan Russell, along with his like-minded colleague Stanton MacDonald-Wright, was the founder and …

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Morgan Russell, along with his like-minded colleague Stanton MacDonald-Wright, was the founder and champion of Synchronism, a rhythmic use of color analogous to musical composition that would be the first American non-objective theory of painting. With Synchronism, Russell would use color to define form, depth, and …

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About the work
L
Leclere

executed in Paris in 1910.

5.13/16 x 3.5/8 in.

PROVENANCE Michel Seuphor, Paris (don de …

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executed in Paris in 1910.

5.13/16 x 3.5/8 in.

PROVENANCE Michel Seuphor, Paris (don de l'artiste). Collection privée, France (don du précédent). BIBLIOGRAPHIE S. R. Udall, Dance and American Art: A Long Embrace, Madison, 2012, p.245, (oeuvre citée: "Dans une veine plus abstraite, Morgan Russel, qui a vu une …

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Signature
Signed with the initials, dated, titled and located lower
Morgan Russell
American, 1886–1953
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Morgan Russell, along with his like-minded colleague Stanton MacDonald-Wright, was the founder and …

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Morgan Russell, along with his like-minded colleague Stanton MacDonald-Wright, was the founder and champion of Synchronism, a rhythmic use of color analogous to musical composition that would be the first American non-objective theory of painting. With Synchronism, Russell would use color to define form, depth, and …

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Morgan Russell

Isadora Duncan dansant (recto); Etude de mouvement (verso)

Pencil on paper
Bidding closed
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