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A standing figure of an eastern dancer. The pose is similar to that of a stone carving of a river goddess at the Ellora temple complex in India, which Gordine discussed at length in an article on Indian sculpture in the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society in 1941.

Dorich House Museum







H 59.4 x W 27.2 x D 16 cm

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gift from the artist's estate

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front of base: Dora Gordine 2/6


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Dorich House Museum

67 Kingston Vale, London, Greater London SW15 3RN England

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