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Rear/side view of marble "Torso of a Dancer"

After modeling the Torso of a Dancer in about 1934, Fredericks carved it in Belgian black marble for the Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He subsequently used the original plaster model to create several bronze casts.

The nude female form is a subject that has entranced artists since the dawn of time. Fredericks' treatment is…

Marble "Torso of a Dancer" - rear view

After modeling the Torso of a Dancer in about 1934, Fredericks carved it in Belgian black marble for the Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He subsequently used the original plaster model to create several bronze casts.

The nude female form is a subject that has entranced artists since the dawn of time. Fredericks' treatment is…

Rear view of marble "Torso of a Dancer"

After modeling the Torso of a Dancer in about 1934, Fredericks carved it in Belgian black marble for the Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He subsequently used the original plaster model to create several bronze casts.

The nude female form is a subject that has entranced artists since the dawn of time. Fredericks' treatment is…

Side view of marble "Torso of a Dancer"

After modeling the Torso of a Dancer in about 1934, Fredericks carved it in Belgian black marble for the Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He subsequently used the original plaster model to create several bronze casts.

The nude female form is a subject that has entranced artists since the dawn of time. Fredericks' treatment is…

Side/front view of marble "Torso of a Dancer"

After modeling the Torso of a Dancer in about 1934, Fredericks carved it in Belgian black marble for the Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He subsequently used the original plaster model to create several bronze casts.

The nude female form is a subject that has entranced artists since the dawn of time. Fredericks' treatment is…

Front/side view of marble "Torso of a Dancer"

After modeling the Torso of a Dancer in about 1934, Fredericks carved it in Belgian black marble for the Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He subsequently used the original plaster model to create several bronze casts.

The nude female form is a subject that has entranced artists since the dawn of time. Fredericks' treatment is…

Front view of marble "Torso of a Dancer"

After modeling the Torso of a Dancer in about 1934, Fredericks carved it in Belgian black marble for the Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He subsequently used the original plaster model to create several bronze casts.

The nude female form is a subject that has entranced artists since the dawn of time. Fredericks' treatment is…