Ancient Roman relief of dancing maenad, copy after a Greek relief sculpted in Athens at the end of the 5th century BC, 120-40 A.C.

jeannepompadour: “ Ancient Roman reliefs of dancing maenads, copy after a Greek relief sculpted in Athens at the end of the century BC, A.

Margaret Morris.  In 1909 she met Raymond Duncan, brother of Isadora Duncan, who taught her the six Greek positions, adapted from images on ancient Greek vases. She elaborated on these to produce her own dance system aiming at naturalism and freedom.

In 1909 she met Raymond Duncan, brother of Isadora Duncan, who taught her the six Greek positions, adapted from images on ancient Greek vases. She elaborated on these to produce her own dance system aiming at naturalism and freedom.

Margaret Morris.  In 1909 she met Raymond Duncan, brother of Isadora Duncan, who taught her the six Greek positions, adapted from images on ancient Greek vases. She elaborated on these to produce her own dance system aiming at naturalism and freedom.

In 1909 she met Raymond Duncan, brother of Isadora Duncan, who taught her the six Greek positions, adapted from images on ancient Greek vases. She elaborated on these to produce her own dance system aiming at naturalism and freedom.

Dancing Maenad by donsutherland1, via Flickr ~ Marble relief with a dancing maenad, Early Imperial, Augustan Period (Roman), ca. 27 B.C. – A.D. 14  Copy of a Greek relief of ca. 425–400 B.C. attributed to Kallimachos

Marble relief with a dancing maenad, Early Imperial, Augustan Period (Roman), ca. 14 Copy of a Greek relief of ca. attributed to Kallimachos

http://popaganda.gr/therini-ellada-tou-36-apo-fako-enos-anagennisiakou-amerikanou/#slide1

http://popaganda.gr/therini-ellada-tou-36-apo-fako-enos-anagennisiakou-amerikanou/#slide1

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