Martha Graham

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Original 11x17” watercolor portrait of Martha Graham as featured in The Art of the Affair: An Illustrated History of Love, Sex, and Artistic Influence. Framed as shown in alternate images. Comes with a copy of the book signed by the illustrator.



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As he appears in the text:

“Merce [Cunningham] began his career as a soloist with six years in the dance company of Martha Graham, the mother of modern dance, but left to start his own company, saying, “I wanted Dada, not Mama.” The two barely spoke for the rest of their lives. When he died and his company dissolved (as was his dying wish), Martha’s company (still intact many years after her death) moved into his former studio. They painted the austere white lobby a vivid orange.”

Read more about The Art of the Affair, by Catherine Lacey and Forsyth Harmon. ︎︎︎