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 Stella Bloch  (1897 - 1999)

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Lived/Active: New York/California / Poland      Known for: dance genre and figure painting, Harlem scenes

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five drawings, two titled "Lisa Duncan" and "Anna Duncan"
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
A painter and dancer, Stella Block was born in 1897.  She was self taught and lived primarily in New York City.

She exhibited at the Wehye, Montrose and Macy Galleries in New York City and at Doll & Richards in Boston during the 1920's and 30's, and the S. Ross Gallery in New York City in 1932 and later had exhibitions there in 1962 & 1982 and a retrospective in 1997. 

Ms. Bloch was one of Isadora Duncan's six original dance pupils, and continued to teach Duncan dance throughout the 1920's. During this period she made trips to the Far East and learned numerous dances. Her life in dance was reflected in her art. She sketched and painted many of the dancers and musicians and singers of the Harlem nightclubs.

By the 1930's she was a writer and director in Hollywood. During the 1940's she resumed
painting street life in Harlem.

Source:
Wayne Kielsmeyer,
Covington Gallery,
Tucson, Arizona

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