Dancer Isadora Duncan (1878 - 1927).
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A study of the dancer Isadora Duncan.
A study of dancer Isadora Duncan.
English photographer Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904). A pioneer of chronotography, he used trip wires to trigger many cameras in order to capture the movements of animals and humans.
'The Science of the Zoopraxography'. Twelve sketches of a man walking drawn within a circle in order to demonstrate movement at various stages. Based on 'Animal Locomotion,' an 'electro-photographic investigation of consecutive phases...More
A series of photographers taken by the Anglo-American photographer Eadweard Muybridge (1830 - 1904) as a study of movement. He used twenty-four cameras to capture a single sequence of events, in this case a man using a pickaxe....More
Sequence of stop-action images of a man wearing a loincloth, jumping over a hurdle on horseback. Titled 'Pandora Jumping a Hurdle, Saddled, Rider Nude.' Original Publication: From 'Animal Locomotion', volume 9 - pub. 1887.
Photographer Eadweard Muybridge's study of a horse at full gallop in collotype print.
A series of experimental pictures demonstrating Eadweard Muybridge's theory of human locomotion.
A photo-montage, by photographic pioneer Edweard Muybridge, of a woman performing acrobatics. Original Publication: From 'Animal Locomotion' - pub. 1887.