Art that reminds me of the Ballets Russes. Perhaps the artist was friends with the dancers. Taken from “Paul Thévenaz, a record of his life and art” which was privately published in 1922 a year after the Swiss born Thévenaz died at a young age from a burst appendix.

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“Le Rêve.” Page 91. Collections of the University of California Archives. Internet Archive, digitalizing partner. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/paulthevenazreco00thev/page/n91/mode/2up
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“La Voyageur.” Page 91. Collections of the University of California Archives. Internet Archive, digitalizing partner. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/paulthevenazreco00thev/page/n91/mode/2up
paulthevenazreco00thev_0079
“Faune.” Page 77. 1922. Collections of the University of California Archives. Internet Archive, digitalizing partner. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/paulthevenazreco00thev/page/n77/mode/2up
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“Saint George and the Dragon.” Page 90. Collections of the University of California Archives. Internet Archive, digitalizing partner. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/paulthevenazreco00thev/page/n89/mode/2up
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“La Tampete.” Page 93. Collections of the University of California Archives. Internet Archive, digitalizing partner. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/paulthevenazreco00thev/page/n93/mode/2up