Single Figurine Female Dancer

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Art.-No.: 000001-73456-1

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The sculptor and porcelain sculptor Karl Theodor Eichler immortalized the "Dancer" in 1911 in the form of a porcelain sculpture. The figure convinces with extraordinary liveliness and attention to detail. Instead of being elaborately hand-painted, the pure white aesthetic of the sculpture speaks for itself. The model for this breathtaking work of art was the American dancer Loie (Marie Louise) Fuller, who made her debut in Paris in November 1892 and, since the Paris World's Fair in 1900, had a dance theater in Paris built especially for her. There she fascinated her audience with novel and effective veil dances and light arrangements. Her performance succeeds in this figure in an impressive way. A work of art that shines, whether hand-painted or natural.
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Art.-No.: 000001-73456-1
Designer / Artist: Theodor Eichler
Year of Creation: 1911
Materials: Porcelain
Height: 26 cm
Width: 25 cm
Depth: 19 cm
Weight: 2300 g