- Place of origin:
Rivière, Louis-Auguste-Théodore, born 1857 - died 1912 (Maker)
- Materials and Techniques:
The American dancer Loïe Fuller (1870-1928) in her diaphanous white costume is the subject of this marble by the French sculptor Théodore Rivière (1857-1912). Rivière took advantage of the relatively new art of photography to make it, using reference photographs which he took of her dancing in a park in Paris in 1896.
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