Erica Lohman (1901 - 1984)
Beginning at age 4, Erica Lohman was one of a group of six girls at Isadora Duncan's Forest School in Grunewald, Germany (near Berlin), variously called Duncaninchen (little Duncans) or Isadorables. All six were adopted by Duncan in 1919, given her name, and toured with her until 1921. Of the six, only Erica abandoned dance to become an artist.
Portrait Of A Woman
Linocut, ca. 1921. Image size 7¼” x 9”; sheet size 8½” x 12-1/8”. Published in Playboy - A Portfolio of Art and Satire, a short-lived but influential magazine that was published, irregularly, by Egmont Arens between 1919 and 1924. Copies of Playboy are extremely scarce and highly desirable, since numerous avant-garde artists and writers appeared in its pages. Good+ condtion