Kay Johnson as Madam Satan

Kay Johnson as photographed by Manatt in Madam Satan as Angela / Madam Satan. Ball gown designed by Adrian. Lost Hollywood Collection (MGM, Cecil B. DeMille, 1930). Still. Reverse displays photo credit ink stamp and descriptive typed label. Printed on Double Weight paper. | src and hi-res Heritage Auctions

Mary Carlisle in Madam Satan

Mary Carlisle as ‘Little Bo Peep’ (uncredited), one of a group of dancers dressed as turbines or generators (costume probably designed by Adrian), for the ballet sequence entitled Ballet Mécanique, in a pseudo pagan ceremony dedicated to electricity starring Theodore Kosloff as ‘Electricity’ in Madam Satan (Cecil B. DeMille, 1930) | src irenebrination

Zwei Tänzer by Antios, 1920s

Anton Josef Trčka (auch Antios) :: Zwei unbekannte Tänzer in Fantasiekostümen, 1920-1930. Silbergelatinepapier auf Untersatzpapier, braungetont. | src Wien Museum
Anton Josef Trčka (auch Antios) :: Two unknown dancers in fantasy costumes, 1920-1930. Silbergelatinepapier, braungetont. | src Wien Museum

Romeo, 1925

George Barbier :: “Romeo”. Figure of a nobleman in an Italian Renaissance costume. Original pen drawing in gold and colors. Signed “George Barbier 1925” on the right. On handmade paper and cardboard. Paris, 1925. Nice stage design for the representation of a Renaissance nobleman, such as a Romeo from Shakespeare’s drama. The French painter, illustrator and fashion designer George Barbier (1882-1932) is considered one of the most important exponents of Art Deco. | src Bassenge Auktionen