Original etching depicting a dancer holding a stringed instrument with a small satyr dancing alongside her holding a pair of cymbals.
Image size 168 x 198 mm., sheet size 232 x 266 mm. Signed by the artist in full just below platemark at lower left. Printed on laid paper.
Small stain to upper corners of verso from early mounting with some show-through to recto, otherwise in very good condition.
One of an edition of 170 copies. Reproduced in The Print Collector's Quarterly 25 (1938), 280. American Etchers Vol. IX, 33.
"Troy Kinney was most notable for his works portraying dance performers, fanciful subjects, and classically styled nudes. He worked with dancers, including Ruth St. Denis, Anna Pavlova, and Sophie Pflanz among others. His artistic works are part of the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, the Library of Congress, and many others... Perhaps Troy Kinney's greatest legacy is in his contributions in the area of dance. He co-authored with his wife the books "Social Dancing of Today" and "The Dance: Its Place in Art and Life", for which he traveled throughout the world to study various dance styles. It remains to this day one of the most comprehensive works on the subject." Wikipedia.
Price: $225.00 other currencies