In 1958 Abraham Walkowitz said of Isadora Duncan, "She had no laws. She did not dance according to the rules. She created. Her body was music. It was a body electric." Walkowitz's drawing of Isadora Duncan highlights her creative drive and the power and freedom that arise from breaking with the constraints of the past. Walkowitz's layered lines and shapes communicate the unbound movement of the great American modern dancer and avant-garde muse, Isadora Duncan.
About The Artist
Abraham Walkowitz was a Russian-American Modernist painter, best-known for his series of watercolors depicting Isadora Duncan, a pioneer of modern dance.Read More