Jeanne Ronsay was born in La Rochelle, France, in 1890. By 1921, she had made a name for herself as a dancer on stage and even in film. Here she is immortalized on canvas by Parisian artist Emile Quentin Brin (1863-1950). He first exhibited in 1888 and many times thereafter. A very prolific artist of nudes, bathers and woodland nymphs, here he captures Mademoiselle mid-step in an exotic dance. Wondrously risque in the see-through gown, this work was originally exhibited at the Salon of 1913. The white borders on this card show age and scuff marks but the art reproduction itself is in overall very good condition. Typical antique postcard size: about 3.5 by 5.5 inches.
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