Dancer Thea von Ujj , ca. 1925

Max Pollak :: Thea von Ujj , ca. 1925. Color aquatint with etching. |src Annex Gallery
«While in Vienna Max Pollak became involved in the avant-garde dance scene. He did a series of intaglio portraits of dancers, usually costumed and posed, from one of their noted performances. He is sometimes credited with being ‘the first etcher to turn his attention to the dance as a subject‘.»

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