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Published October 1, 1926. Anna Duncan, one of six adopted daughters of modern dance pioneer Isadora Duncan, taught a number of third-generation Duncan dancers, including Julia Levien and Mignon Garland. Under a canopy of branches, Duncan, dressed as a sprightly wood nymph, takes a graceful leap in this photograph, by Arnold Genthe, from the October 1926 Vanity Fair. Artist by Arnold Genthe
15.25" W X 17.3" H
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