Gelatin-silver print - Artist's stamp - 1929
|Artist:||Charlotte Rudolph (1896-1983)|
|Title of artwork:||Photo postcard, Tanzstudie - Gret Palucca, Mary Wigman...|
|Date of print:||1929|
matte vintage silver gelatin print, very good condition With blind stamp of the photographer. Charlotte Rudolph photo prints are rare.
The photograph will be carefully and securely packed and shipped with tracking.
Charlotte Rudolph opened, after training at Hugo Erfurth in1924, a photo studio in Dresden and focused on portrait and dance photography. In particular Rudolph was known through her photographs of dancers such as Gret Palucca, she was close friends with,  and Mary Wigman.
Her photos of avant-garde German dancers of the 1920s and 1930s are among the most important documents of expression dance today. Unlike other photographers Charlotte Rudolph did not shoot them in pose, but in action. Her images of jumps of Gret Paluccas contributed greatly to the internationally renowned fame of Paluccas in 1924 and were Charlotte Rudolph's breakthrough at the same time. As a result, many women went to her studio because they hoped for just such jump pictures of Rudolph. 
Charlotte Rudolph continued work also in the Nazi period in Germany, after the WWII partially also in the USA. Her archives and her studio in Dresden, which she took over in 1938 after the death of Genja Jonas, were destroyed in the second world war during the bombing of Dresden on 13 February 1945, but works of Rudolph's reside in the German dance archive Cologne, in the archive of Akademie der Künste, Berlin, in the archives of the art library of the State museums of Berlin and the Jerome Robbins dance division of the New York public library (Hanya Holm collection). (from Wikipedia).
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