Frieda and Louis Berkoff

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Dancer Frieda Berkoff during a leap in the air. Underwood & Underwood. 1920s | src catawiki
Dancers Louis and Frieda Berkoff during a leap in the air. Underwood & Underwood. 1920s | src catawiki
Dancers Louis and Frieda Berkoff during a leap in the air. Underwood & Underwood. 1920s | src catawiki

Press Agency / Newspaper Stamp on the reverse reads: S/644A309 By Underwood and Underwood. / Louise and Frieda Berkoff. Here’s action: How many can do this? / For once in his life “Old Man Gravity”, the well known friend of Isaac Newton, came out second best when Louis and Frieda Berkoff prectised these spectacular flying “steps” of a new Russian dance on the lawn of the Carthay Circle, a Los Angeles suburb.
Photo shows: brother and sister “Up in the air”. An exclusive Underwood photograph. Watch your credit line

Nijinsky and Karsavina

Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) :: Théatre de Monte-Carlo; Ballet Russe; [Nijinsky]. Lithograph in colours, 1911
Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) :: Théatre de Monte-Carlo; Ballet Russe; [Nijinsky]. Lithograph in colours, 1911
Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) :: Théatre de Monte-Carlo; Ballet Russe; [Nijinsky]. Lithograph in colours, 1911
Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) :: Théatre de Monte-Carlo; Ballet Russe; [Nijinsky]. Lithograph in colours, 1911, printed by Eugène Verneau & Henri Chachoin, Paris. | src Christie’s
Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) :: Théatre de Monte-Carlo; Ballet Russe; [Karsavina], 1911. Lithographic poster in colors on wove paper, printed by Eugène Verneau & Henri Chachoin, Paris. Severin Wunderman Family Museum | src Bonhams
Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) :: Théatre de Monte-Carlo; Ballet Russe; [Karsavina], 1911. Lithographic poster in colors on wove paper, printed by Eugène Verneau & Henri Chachoin, Paris. Severin Wunderman Family Museum | src Bonhams
Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) :: Théatre de Monte-Carlo; Ballet Russe; [Karsavina], 1911
Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) :: Théatre de Monte-Carlo; Ballet Russe; [Karsavina], 1911 [Detail]
Jean Cocteau (1889-1963)
THÉATRE DE MONTE-CARLO, BALLET RUSSE [Karsavina]
Lithograph in colours, 1911, printed by Eugène Verneau & Henri Chachoin, Paris | src Christie's
Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) :: Théatre de Monte-Carlo; Ballet Russe; [Karsavina]. Lithograph in colours, 1911, printed by Eugène Verneau & Henri Chachoin, Paris. | src Christie’s
d'après Jean Cocteau (1889-1963)
EXPOSITION BALLETS RUSSES DE DIAGHILEW
lithographic poster in colours, 1939, cond. A, backed on linen
Exposition: Ballets Russes de Diaghilew; d’après Jean Cocteau (1889-1963); lithographic poster in colours, 1939. | src Bonhams

Cramérbaletten costume design

costume design, dance costume
Kostymskiss till Husmodern. Häxan i Vindarnas Kulle, Cramérbaletten. Av Torkel Edenborg.
Costume sketch for Husmodern. The Witch in the Hill of the Winds, Cramér ballet. By Torkel Edenborg. | src Dansmuseet
Kostymskiss till Husmodern. Häxan i Vindarnas Kulle, Cramérbaletten. Av Torkel Edenborg.
Costume sketch for Husmodern. The Witch in the Hill of the Winds, Cramér ballet. By Torkel Edenborg. | src Dansmuseet
Korp. Mask till en av fyra korpar från uppsättningen "Domardansen". Av Torkel Edenborg.
Raven. Mask for one of the four ravens from the "Judge's Dance" set. | src Dansmuseet
Korp. Mask till en av fyra korpar från uppsättningen “Domardansen”. Av Torkel Edenborg.
Raven. Mask for one of four ravens from the “Judge’s Dance” set. | src Dansmuseet
Mask till "Drängen" från uppsättningen "Vindarnas kulle", Cramérbaletten. Av Torkel Edenborg. 
Farmer. Mask for "Drängen / Farmer" from the set "The Hill of the Winds", Cramér ballet. | src Dansmuseet
Mask till “Drängen” från uppsättningen “Vindarnas kulle”, Cramérbaletten. Av Torkel Edenborg.
Farmer. Mask for “Drängen / Farmer” from the set “The Hill of the Winds”, Cramér ballet. | src Dansmuseet
'Cramer Baletten, Svenska Riksteatern', a poster designed by Bjorn Wiimblad, 1980 (?). | src Sworders
‘Cramer Baletten, Svenska Riksteatern’, a poster designed by Bjorn Wiimblad, 1980 (?). | src Sworders
Korp. Mask till en av fyra korpar från uppsättningen "Domardansen". Av Torkel Edenborg.
Raven. Mask for one of the four ravens from the "Judge's Dance" set. | src Dansmuseet
Korp. Mask till en av fyra korpar från uppsättningen “Domardansen”. Av Torkel Edenborg.
Raven. Mask for one of the four ravens from the “Judge’s Dance” set. | src Dansmuseet

Danseurs orientaux par Erté

Romain de Tirtoff (1892-1990) :: « Danseurs orientaux », vers 1912. Encre, aquarelle et rehauts d'or. (Ader) | src MAD ~ Musée des Arts Décoratifs
Romain de Tirtoff (1892-1990) :: « Danseurs orientaux », vers 1912. Encre, aquarelle et rehauts d’or. (Ader) | src MAD ~ Musée des Arts Décoratifs

Peter Pathé in Groteske, 1922

From : Walter Schnackenberg : Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. Zweite Auflage. München, Musarion 1922. | src Ketterer Kunst
From : Walter Schnackenberg : Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. Zweite Auflage. München, Musarion 1922. | src Ketterer Kunst
Greiner :: Peter Pathé in Groteske. From a book of Schnackenberg's works, published in Munich in 1922 by Musarion. | src Ketterer Kunst
Greiner :: Peter Pathé in Groteske. From a book of Schnackenberg’s works, published in Munich in 1922 by Musarion. | src Ketterer Kunst
Peter Pathé in Groteske. Photo by Greiner. Costume design: Walter Schnackenberg. | src L'Affichiste
Peter Pathé in Groteske. Photo by Greiner. Costume design: Walter Schnackenberg. | src L’Affichiste

Visions de danse (1949)

Visions de Danse. Trente compositions dessinees et gravees a la pointe seche par le peintre et graveur Almery Lobel-Riche. Paris, chez l'artiste, 1949.
Visions de Danse. Compositions dessinees et gravees a la pointe seche par le peintre et graveur Almery Lobel-Riche. Paris, chez l’artiste, 1949. | src Jeschke van Vliet Auktionen
Visions de Danse. Trente compositions dessinees et gravees a la pointe seche par le peintre et graveur Almery Lobel-Riche. Paris, chez l'artiste, 1949.
Visions de Danse. Compositions dessinees et gravees a la pointe seche par le peintre et graveur Almery Lobel-Riche. Paris, chez l’artiste, 1949. | src Jeschke van Vliet Auktionen

Domino de lumière (1933)

steiner, dance, 1930s, movement, lily steiner

Le domino de lumière (1933) par André Steiner (Andor Steiner)

André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, appartement de la rue Gambetta, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique d’exposition.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, appartement de la rue Gambetta, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, appartement de la rue Gambetta, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, appartement de la rue Gambetta, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique d’exposition.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, Solarisation, appartement de la rue Gambetta, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Le domino de lumière, appartement de la rue Gambetta, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.

All images from Binoche et Giquello and Giquello & Associés

Dancers by Andor Steiner

André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Danse Grotesque, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique. | src Giquello & Associés
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Danse Grotesque, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique. | src Giquello & Associés
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Olga Spessivtseva, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Serge Lifar, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Serge Lifar et Olga Spessivtseva, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Ballerines de l’Opéra de Paris, circa 1935, tirage argentique.
André Steiner (Andor Steiner) :: Étude de mouvement, Paris, 1933, tirage argentique. | src Giquello & Associés

Albertina Rasch Girls Rio Rita

Albertina Rasch Dance Group in costume for Rio Rita (1927). Photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnson.
Albertina Rasch Dancers in costume for Rio Rita (1927). Photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnson.
Albertina Rasch Dancers in costume for Rio Rita (1927). Photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnson.
The Albertina Rasch Girls, sixteen ballet dancers, standing on point, wearing white ballet costumes, for the production of Rio Rita, at The New Ziegfeld Theater. Published in Vanity Fair, April 1927 (Photo by Florence Vandamm / Condé Nast / Getty Images)
The Albertina Rasch Girls, sixteen ballet dancers, wearing Mexican-style costumes, in the production of Rio Rita, at The New Ziegfeld Theater. Published in Vanity Fair, April 1927 (Photo by Florence Vandamm / Condé Nast / Getty Images)
The Albertina Rasch Girls, sixteen ballet dancers, wearing Mexican-style costumes, in the production of Rio Rita, at The New Ziegfeld Theater. Published in Vanity Fair, April 1927 (Photo by Florence Vandamm / Condé Nast / Getty Images)
The Albertina Rasch Girls, sixteen ballet dancers, wearing Mexican-style costumes, in the production of Rio Rita, at The New Ziegfeld Theater. Published in Vanity Fair, April 1927 (Photo by Florence Vandamm / Condé Nast / Getty Images)
The Albertina Rasch Girls, sixteen ballet dancers, standing on point, wearing white ballet costumes, for the production of Rio Rita, at The New Ziegfeld Theater. Published in Vanity Fair, April 1927 (Photo by Florence Vandamm / Condé Nast / Getty Images)
The Albertina Rasch Girls, sixteen ballet dancers, standing on point, wearing white ballet costumes, for the production of Rio Rita, at The New Ziegfeld Theater. Published in Vanity Fair, April 1927 (Photo by Florence Vandamm / Condé Nast / Getty Images)
The Albertina Rasch Girls, sixteen ballet dancers, standing on point, wearing white ballet costumes, for the production of Rio Rita, at The New Ziegfeld Theater. Published in Vanity Fair, April 1927 (Photo by Florence Vandamm / Condé Nast / Getty Images)
The Albertina Rasch Girls, sixteen ballet dancers, standing on point, wearing white ballet costumes, for the production of Rio Rita, at The New Ziegfeld Theater. Published in Vanity Fair, April 1927 (Photo by Florence Vandamm / Condé Nast / Getty Images)
The Albertina Rasch Girls, sixteen ballet dancers, standing on point, wearing white ballet costumes, for the production of Rio Rita, at The New Ziegfeld Theater. Published in Vanity Fair, April 1927 (Photo by Florence Vandamm / Condé Nast / Getty Images)
The Albertina Rasch Girls, sixteen ballet dancers, standing on point, wearing white ballet costumes, for the production of Rio Rita, at The New Ziegfeld Theater. Published in Vanity Fair, April 1927 (Photo by Florence Vandamm / Condé Nast / Getty Images)

Parodistischer Tanz

Der Tänzer Hannes Krock und der Schauspieler Erich Möller in der Parodie „Die Kraniche des Ibykus“. Der Querschnitt, B.8, H.10, Oktober 1928
Der Tänzer Hannes Krock und der Schauspieler Erich Möller in der Parodie „Die Kraniche des Ibykus“. Der Querschnitt, B.8, H.10, Oktober 1928