Malvina visiting the tomb of Auguste Rodin "the tomb of my Master Rodin" at his home in Meudon. After his death in 1917 she was asked by the curator Leonce Benedite of the Musée Rodin to install his works for their opening in 1919. #sculpture #Rodin#art Musée Rodin - Meudon
My husband , Malvina's great nephew, went through some photographs today and found this treasure! "Pavlova & my Faun at Hartsdale" Malvina and Anna Pavlova - BFF. #womenartists #art Boy with Panther Cub.
Photo from Malvina Hoffman's book "Yesterday is Tomorrow" now out of print. Anna Pavlova poses for Malvina Hoffman for the Bacchanale Program.1914. The two women spent many hours, weeks, months years posing and drawing creating a large body of work for use by Pavlova in her programs and posters for promotion and for Hoffman in bronze. These sessions sometimes included male dancers from her company and the end result was a 26 panel bas relief "Bacchanale" frieze which never wa