Image: Saraband
(Cleveland, Ohio, 1906 - 1973, Stockbridge, Massachusetts)

Saraband , 1932

Mezzotint on paper
12 1/2 in. x 9 1/2 in. (31.75 cm x 24.13 cm)
Gift of Mrs. Jane S. Barnhardt
In 1932 Kubinyi founded the Cleveland Print Makers, an artist’s cooperative that included a Print-a-Month program.  This image of women performing the saraband, a stately Spanish dance, was distributed to around 200 Print-a-Month subscribers in July 1932.  The model was Kubinyi’s sister-in-law Eleanor Buchla, who founded a modern dance troupe in Cleveland in the 1930s.  Artists Honoré Guilbeau and Dorothy Rutka, whose works are in this exhibition, were also members of the dance group.    
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