De fåvitska jungfrurna, 1920s

On Christmas Day 1920, the newly started performing arts company Svenska Baletten was visiting London and the classic Christmas song was included in the music for the ballet De fåvitska jungfrurna. The ballet is based on the biblical story of the wise and unwise (ignorant) virgins. The ignorant maidens became a real audience favorite and was danced 375 times. 
Jenny Hasselquist i De fåvitska jungfrurna av Svenska Baletten, foto: Stage Photo Company, London, 1920.
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On Christmas Day 1920, the newly started performing arts company Svenska Baletten was visiting London and the classic Christmas song was included in the music for the ballet De fåvitska jungfrurna. The ballet is based on the biblical story of the wise and unwise (ignorant) virgins. The ignorant maidens became a real audience favorite and was danced 375 times.
Jenny Hasselquist i De fåvitska jungfrurna av Svenska Baletten, foto: Stage Photo Company, London, 1920.
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Die Sünde (The Sin), 1893

Franz von Stuck :: Die Sünde, 1893. Die vorliegende Version der “Sünde” ist eine von zahlreichen Fassungen des Themas, die zwischen 1891 und 1912 entstanden sind und in der Komposition meist nur geringfügig voneinander abweichen. This version of “Sin” is one of numerous versions of the theme that were created between 1891 and 1912. | src Neue Pinakothek

Die Sinnlichkeit, um 1891

Franz von Stuck :: Die Sinnlichkeit (The Sensuality), um 1891. Radierung auf Büttenpapier (Etching on handmade paper). | src Kunkel Fine Art

G. Hoffmann by Frank C. Bangs

Frank C. Bangs :: Gertrude Hoffmann, Salomé dance, nº 7, 1908. Vintage postcards. Publisher Theatre Magazine Co. | src NYPL
Frank C. Bangs :: Gertrude Hoffmann, Salomé dance, nº 1 & 2, 1908. Vintage postcards. Publisher Theatre Magazine Co. | src NYPL
Frank C. Bangs :: Gertrude Hoffmann, Salomé dance, nº 5, 1908. Vintage postcards. Publisher Theatre Magazine Co. | src NYPL