Photography and Art

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English

Albright, Ann Cooper. Modern Gestures: Abraham Walkowitz Draws Isadora Duncan Dancing. Wesleyan University Press, 2010. ISBN 081957077X

Artists Guild of America and The California Palace of the Legion of Honor. Isadora Duncan, catalogue of the memorial exhibition of drawings by Jules Grandjouan, December 1, 1956, to January 1, 1957. San Francisco: The California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1956.

Bresciani, Jeanne. Isadora Duncan Modern Dance; from the Mythology to the Future. Tama Art University Museum, Tokyo 2000. This booklet contains a very detailed list of books, cuttings/articles and choreochronicle of ID dances. English.

Catalogue of an exhibition of paintings and sculptures representing The dance in modern art. Arranged by S. Bourgeois. With an essay by Sheldon Cheney. At the Elizabeth Duncan School, Tarrytown, N.Y., from May 26th to June 23rd, 1918.

Freeman, Gillian: A brief life. In: Isadora. Program from 2 May 1981, The Royal Opera House Covent Garden, 50th Anniversary Season of The Royal Ballet.

Genthe, Arnold ‘As I Remember’. Quinn & Boden Company, Rahway, NJ 1936. Photos and memories of Isadora Duncan, Isadorables, Pavlova, Ellen Terry, Eleanora Duse pages 175 - 204.

Genthe, Arnold, The Book of the Dance, Mitchell Kennerley Publisher, 1916.

Genthe, Arnold. Isadora Duncan: Twenty Four Studies. New York & London: Mitchell Kennerley, 1929; reprinted by Books for Libraries, 1980. ISBN 0-8369-9306-3

Homer, William Innes. Abraham Walkowitz (1878-1956): Watercolors from 1905 through 1920 and Other Works on Paper. New York: Zabriske Gallery, 1994 [exhibition catalog].

Isadora Duncan Album Isadora Duncan and the Artists. Alkis Raftis collection of drawings/posters/photos of Isadora Duncan. Way of Life Publications,Greece (English companion) Greek Dances Dora Stratou & International Organisation of Folk Art - Greek section (drawings and photos).

Isadora Duncan: Muse of Modernism. Athens, GA: Georgia Museum of Art, 1998.

Isadora. Universal Studios, 1968. Souvenir program associated with the film The Loves of Isadora starring Vanessa Redgrave.

Lecomte, Valentine: The dance of Isadora Duncan, Pencil Studies from Life. Made During Recitals in the Theatres of Paris from 1903 to 1927, printed by Raymond Duncan, Paris, 1952.

Levien, Julia. Images drawn from the Dances of Isadora Duncan. Self-published, 1997.

Line Dance: Abraham Walkowitz's Drawings of Isadora Duncan. Program accompanying the exhibition at the University Gallery, 19 October through 17 December, 2000. University of Delaware, 2000. ISBN 1-887421-04-1

Macaulay, Alastair. "Dance: Movement, Rhythm, Spectacle, an Exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art," New York Times, May 19, 2015, p. C5.

Mitchell, Margaretta K. Dance for Life: Isadora Duncan and her California Legacy, a limited edition photogravure portfolio of the unique legacy of dancer Isadora Duncan, photographed over twenty years, 1985. See description here

New York Public Library (ed.): Dance collection: Isadora Duncan, 1878-1927; impressions of her contemporaries. New York, 1969.

Sigame, Follow me, a sculpture by Scott Donahue which honors 20 women from Oakland, CA, including Isadora Duncan, 2001.

Thorpe, Edward: Creating a ballet: MacMillan’s ISADORA. London 1981

Thorpe, Edward: Spirit of the age? In: Isadora. Program from 2 May 1981, The Royal Opera House Covent Garden, 50th Anniversary Season of The Royal Ballet, o.S.

Walkowitz, Abraham. “Oral History Interview with Abraham Walkowitz,” December 8 and 22, 1958, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Walkowitz, Abraham. Isadora Duncan in Her Dances. Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1945.

French

"L'Ecole D'Isadora Duncan A Moscou," photo layout. Le Theatre et Comedia Illustre, November 1, 1924.

Isadora Duncan, une sculpture vivante, catalogue d’exposition, musée Bourdelle, Paris-Musées, 2009.

Centre Pompidou, Paris. Dancer Sa vie Art Et Danse De 1900 a Nos Jours. 23 November - 2 April, 2012. one page dedicated to Isadora Duncan. French.

Clará y Ayats, José: Isadora Duncan: Soixante-douze Planches, avec une Presentation de Georges A. Denis, Rieder, Paris, 1928.

Ecrits sur la Danse par Isadora Duncan, Editions du Grenier, Paris, 1927.

Grandjouan dessine Duncan Expositions. Centre National de la Danse, Pantin, France. April 8 to June 24, 2005. ISBN: 2 914 124 26 0. French.

Lafitte, Jean-Paul: Les Danses d'Isadora Duncan, preface by Elie Faure, Mercure de France, Paris, 1910.

Musee Bourdelle, Paris. Isadora Duncan Une Sculpture Vivante. Large book accompanying the exhibition at the Bourdelle Museum, Paris November 20, 2009 to March 14, 2010.

Musee Bourdelle, Paris. Sous Le Signe D’Isadora . Catalogue accompanying the 1966 exhibition of the drawings and sculptures of Isadora Duncan by Antoine Bourdelle.

Van Dyk, Katharina. Bibliographie Isadora Duncan, 2015.

Greek

Anastasopoulou, Anastasia (ed.): Tribute to Isadora Duncan (in Greek). Athens, Dora Stratou Dance Theater & International Organization of Folk Art, 1991, 16 p.

Italian

Galleria Gruppo Credito Valtellinese, Milano, Italy. Isadora Duncan/Pina Bauch Danza dell’anima, liberazione del corpo. 17 May - 22 July, 2006. Skira, Milano.

Japanese

Bresciani, Jeanne. Isadora Duncan Modern Dance; from the Mythology to the Future. Tama Art University Museum, Tokyo 2000. This booklet contains a very detailed list of books, cuttings/articles and choreochronicle of ID dances. Japanese.

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