Philip Evergood was an observer of society. His works were largely commentary on the challenges of modern life. And no more so in any work than in this one, which portrays the dance contests popular in the 1920s, when contestants would—literally—kill themselves in dance contests because of their great desperation for money.
A copy of this important print is held by the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
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