Emese Vidákovich

Emese Vidákovich

Emese Vidákovich
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Planetary Seals: Highlighting Their Metamorphosis By Correcting Their Orientation - Introduction

Planetary Seals: Highlighting Their Metamorphosis By Correcting Their Orientation - Introduction

See these fascinating succulent planting ideas. You wll definitely find them interesting. The best part is that we have added links of the tutorials of some of the best ideas.

See these fascinating succulent planting ideas. You wll definitely find them interesting. The best part is that we have added links of the tutorials of some of the best ideas.

This would be me in my spare time. Outside braiding the ornamental grass        There's a beauty to this insanity.

This would be me in my spare time. Outside braiding the ornamental grass There's a beauty to this insanity.

The Last Dance Art at AllPosters.com

The Last Dance Art at AllPosters.com

Loie Fuller

Loie Fuller

Isaiah  West  Taber,  Photograph  of  Loie  Fuller

Isaiah West Taber, Photograph of Loie Fuller

Dance pioneer Loie Fuller performed like liquid in motion

Dance pioneer Loie Fuller performed like liquid in motion

Citation: Isadora Duncan, 1904 / Schloss (Firm : New York, N.Y.), photographer. Miscellaneous photographs collection, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Citation: Isadora Duncan, 1904 / Schloss (Firm : New York, N.Y.), photographer. Miscellaneous photographs collection, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Isadora Duncan - Google Search

Isadora Duncan - Google Search

Isadora Duncan photographed by Jacob Schloss, 1899. "'Nature' was Duncan's metaphorical shorthand for a loose package of aesthetic and social ideals: nudity, childhood, the idyllic past, flowing lines, health, nobility, ease, freedom, simplicity, order, and harmony. Through a series of correspondences, she elided 'Nature' with science, religion, the Greeks, and finally, [western] Culture."

Isadora Duncan photographed by Jacob Schloss, 1899. "'Nature' was Duncan's metaphorical shorthand for a loose package of aesthetic and social ideals: nudity, childhood, the idyllic past, flowing lines, health, nobility, ease, freedom, simplicity, order, and harmony. Through a series of correspondences, she elided 'Nature' with science, religion, the Greeks, and finally, [western] Culture."