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“The Dying Swan” was a ballet choreographed by the Russian choreographer Mikhail Fokine in 1905 for ballerina Anna Pavlova. (This became her signature showpiece which she performed roughly 4000 times.) I studied ballet for years as a kid and still have big love for the art. I did this drawing back when I had way more patience and time!

Digital photo reproduction of my original pencil drawing.
The 8” x 10” image is printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper with a matte finish. Art is shipped to you signed and delivered (minus the Borchgrevink watermark overlay) with a four-ply textured white mat with a mat board backing – total size: 11” x 14”.

Dying Swan - pencil drawing 11" x 14", matted



  • Vintage handmade item
  • Material: pencil on paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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