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Loie Fuller in Celestial Gown for ‘La Nuit’ (1896). Albumen print by Benjamin Joseph Falk (1853 - 1925). Image and text courtesy MFA Boston.

heaveninawildflower: Loie Fuller in Celestial Gown for ‘La Nuit’ Albumen print by Benjamin Joseph Falk - and text courtesy MFA Boston.

magicstageillusi00hopk_0008 by Public Domain Review, via Flickr

Selected images from a massive late century tome entitled simply Magic, subtitled Stage Illusions and Scientific Diversions, including Trick Photography, compiled and edited by Albert A.

La Loïe as Pre-Cinematic Performance – Descriptive Continuity of Movement. In this paper Erin Brannigan pursues the idea, introduced briefly in the opening chapters of Gilles Deleuze’s cinema books, that turn-of-the-century dance shares with cinema the role of manifesting a new understanding of motion particular to the 20th century.

Born Marie Louise Fuller in Fullersburg, Illinois, she made her stage debut in Chicago at the age of.

La Loïe as Pre-Cinematic Performance – Descriptive Continuity of Movement. In this paper Erin Brannigan pursues the idea, introduced briefly in the opening chapters of Gilles Deleuze’s cinema books, that turn-of-the-century dance shares with cinema the role of manifesting a new understanding of motion particular to the 20th century.

Born Marie Louise Fuller in Fullersburg, Illinois, she made her stage debut in Chicago at the age of.

Loie Fuller, from the Actors and Actresses series (N45, Type 1) for Virginia Brights Cigarettes

Loie Fuller, from the Actors and Actresses series Type for Virginia Brights Cigarettes Poster Print x

Loie Fuller - Google-søgning

This 1892 photograph shows Fuller costumed for her Serpentine Dance and holding a typical "skirt dance" pose. Jerome Robbins Dance Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.

Mazeppa/ Circus

Mazeppa/ Circus

The "magic lantern show" was the 19th Century equivalent of today's movies

A nineteenth century magic-lantern show, using the "stereopticon" (double lens) magic-lantern, lit with limelight.