Wonderfully crafted and painted face expression and hair. Hands are detailed to the littlest fingernails, the light fall of the dress is designed expressively and shows the lines of the lady's body and legs. Designed by Anton Büschelberger around 1920. Marked on the bottom of the base with the painted green ENS mill mark. She abandoned classical ballet traditions and danced to classical music and her movements were conducted "in the name of naturalness".
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