Vaslav Nijinsky as Petrushka, 1911

Elliott & Fry :: Vaslav Nijinsky as the Rag Doll ‘Petrouchka’ (1911). Petrushka [French: Petrouchka] premiered June 13, 1911 at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris with costume and scenery design by Alexandre Benois, music by Igor Stravinsky and choreography by Michel Fokine. | src Leo Boudreau, visit his site for more info about Petrouchka and links to the ballet’s videos
Dover Street Studios (Photographer) :: Nijinsky, London, 1910-1911. | src NYPL
Portrait of Vaslav Nijinsky in three-quarter profile, left fist clenched before him in the title role of Petrouchka (a rag doll), 1910-1911.
Petrouchka (Choreographic work: Michel Fokine); uncredited photographer on source | src NYPL

Simone Lancret par Rudomine

Mlle. Simone Lancret (des Ballets russes). Studio Rudomine. Paris-plaisirs: revue mensuelle esthétique et humoristique Nº 7. Décembre, 1922. | src BnF ~ Gallica

Vera Fokina as Béotienne, 1914

E.O. Hoppé :: Vera Fokina as a Young Béotienne in ‘Narcisse’, London, England, 1914. | src E.O.Hoppé Photoshelter

«Cléopâtre», London, 1923

E.O. Hoppé :: Anna Pavlova as Cleopatra and Laurent Novikoff as Amoun in «Cléopâtre» at Ivy House, Hampstead Heath, London, England, 1923. | src E.O. Hoppé Estate Collection / Ballets Russes (1909-1929)