Dancer Leena Rintala, 1935

Tanssija Leena Rintala. 14-vuotias Rintala esitti lokakuussa 1935 Kansallisteatterissa isänsä orkesterin säestämänä itämaisia- ja temppelitansseja. | In October 1935, 14-year-old Rintala performed oriental and temple dances at the National Theater, accompanied by its orchestra. | src FHA – Museovirasto

‘Mystic Cream’, 1920s-1930s

Nude of women’s legs and feet by noteworthy New York photographer, H.R. Cremer. Photo likely date to the 1920s or 1930s, when he was active. The model applies “Mystic Cream”, suggesting the photograph was possibly a study for an advertisement. | src eBay

Magda Róna, 1930

Fighting the Snake (pictured: Magda Róna (*), choreographer of the play), 1930, Institute of Art History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Madzsar School) [original caption: Harc a kígyóval (a képen Róna Magda, a darab koreográfusa), 1930, MTA BTK Művészettörténeti Intézet (Madzsar-iskola)]
(*) Róna Magda táncos, koreográfus, színházi rendező (1902–1989) | Magda Róna -aka Mária Magda- dancer, choreographer, theater director (1902–1989) | src A Nőkért Egyesület Honlapja

Eastern Beauty, ca. 1933

Violet Keene Perinchief (1893-1967) :: Eastern Beauty. A portrait of a Chinese Lady, silver gelatin print mounted on exhibition board, Toronto, ca. 1933. [Original photograph signed lower left in pencil: Violet Keene] | src Bonhams
Violet Keene Perinchief (1893-1967) :: Eastern Beauty. A portrait of a Chinese Lady, silver gelatin print mounted on exhibition board, Toronto, ca. 1933. [Original photograph signed lower left in pencil: Violet Keene] | src Bonhams
This portrait has many of the classic Minna Keene (Violet Keene’s mother) attributes of her portraits taken in Cape Town around 1910, notably the floral background and position of the face looking away from the camera. [quoted from source]

Nude in acrobatic pose

French or German nude dancer in acrobatic pose, 1920-1930s. Original photo postcard. (Künstler foto stamp on lower right margin) | src eBay