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Abraham Walkowitz - Isadora Duncan Drawings
... In 1927, Isadora Duncan echoed the lines of Walt Whitman in her essay I See America Dancing, writing, "When I read this poem of Whitman’s I Hear America Singing I, too, had a Vision the Vision of America ... which might be the divine expression of the human spirit through the body’s movement." For Duncan, dance was a distinctly personal expression of beauty through movement, and she ... The Duncan drawings can be interpreted as representations of Walkowitz’s loftiest goals ...

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    Perhaps he was a bit different from other people, but what really sympathetic person is not a little mad?
    —Isadora Duncan (1878–1927)