Lifar by Hoyningen-Huene, 1930

George Hoyningen-Huene (Russian, 1900-1968) :: Serge Lifar, 1930. Vogue magazine.
George Hoyningen-Huene (Russian, 1900-1968) :: Serge Lifar; Vogue ; Paris (1930) Heritage Auctions
George Hoyningen-Huene (Russian, 1900-1968) :: Serge Lifar, 1930. Vogue magazine.

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

German Opera House, 1937

Hedda Walther :: A girl doing dance exercises at a barre, 1937. From: German Opera House, Berlin (series). Vintage property of ullstein bild. | src Getty Images
Hedda Walther :: Ballet class. Young girls doing ballet exercises in the German Opera House, Berlin, 1937. Vintage property of ullstein bild. | src Getty Images

Der neue Tanz: Tanzschule Trümpy

Das Leben Magazin, Sept. 1928, Band 6, Heft 3.
Tanzschule Trümpy. Das Leben Magazin, Sept. 1928, Band 6, Heft 3. | src Flickr
Tanzschule Trümpy. Wide World Photo. Das Leben Magazin, Sept. 1928, Band 6, Heft 3. | src Flickr
Ballett Mme. Komarova in der neuen Revue ‘La Grande Folie’ (Folies Bergère). Wide World Photo. Das Leben Magazin, Sept. 1928, Band 6, Heft 3. | src Flickr

Mary-Wigman-Schule, um 1927

Mary-Wigman-Schule, Dresden, um 1927. From: Rose-Marie Bachofen Fotoalbum ‘Jugend’ © Münchner Stadtbibliothek, 2020 | src Monacensia in Hildebrandhaus
Page 22. Rose-Marie Bachofen Fotoalbum ‘Jugend’ © Münchner Stadtbibliothek, 2020 | src Monacensia in Hildebrandhaus

Болт ~ The Bolt (1931)

Болт ~ The Bolt (1931). Inside the prop studio of the Pushkin Theater, where the costume of the Social-Democrat was taking shape. From: Silencing the Avant-Garde: Censorship and Film in the Soviet Union. | src GRAD ~ Gallery for Russian Arts and Design (London)
Rehearsals of The Bolt, 1931, Courtesy of GRAD and St Petersburg State Museum of Theatre and Music. From: Silencing the Avant-Garde: Censorship and Film in the Soviet Union. | src The New York Times
Rehearsals of The Bolt, 1931, Courtesy of GRAD and St Petersburg State Museum of Theatre and Music. From: Silencing the Avant-Garde: Censorship and Film in the Soviet Union. | src The New York Times
Rehearsals of The Bolt, 1931, Courtesy of GRAD and St Petersburg State Museum of Theatre and Music. From: Silencing the Avant-Garde: Censorship and Film in the Soviet Union. | src The New York Times