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Famous Burlesque Stripper & Actor Faith Bacon – Inventor Fan Dance (1930’s) 8″ x 10.125″ (Matte: 14″ x 17″)

Famous Burlesque Stripper & Actor Faith Bacon – Inventor Fan Dance (1930’s) 8″ x 10.125″ (Matte: 14″ x 17″)

$395.00

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Gelatin silver print matted to 14×17 Main burlesque rival to Sally rand. lesbian. Invented the fan dance. Was in Ziegfeld Follies Signed in negative by Murray Korman. Murray Korman (1902–1961) was an American publicity photographer. He made his reputation in New York City as a “Hollywood style high key high gloss glamour” photographer whose clients ranged from showgirls to famous entertainers to members of “cafe society”. Unlike other major theatrical portraitists of the time, he created his images in the camera, rather than manipulating them later at the printing stage. During the height of his fame, he was considered “the expert on beauty in his time”

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Weight 3 lbs
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