Dancer in an Egyptian costume

Sasha ~ Alexander Stewart :: A dancer dressed in an ancient Egyptian costume and helmet during Lady Newnes Historical Egyptian Matinée at London’s Hippodrome, 29th May 1930. (Hulton Archive) | src Getty Images

Wearing an Egyptian Costume

George Rinhart :: Miss Afton McWilliams, member of the New York Art Colony, who has gained fame with her paintings of Hollywood movie stars, and creations in dance costumes, is shown in an Egyptian costume of her own design. (original caption) | src Getty Images

Margo Lion as Nefertiti, 1930

Margo Lion, Cabaret artist, Chansonniere, Actress (1899-1989). Portrait in the role of Nefertiti in the revue ‘Quick’ by Nelson. Music by: Friedrich Hollaender. Text: Marcellus Schiffer, ca. 1930. Photographer: Mundphoto, F. Grimm. Published in ‘Berliner Morgenpost’; 20-09-1930 | src Getty Images

Egyptian woman, 1919-1926

František Drtikol (1883-1961) :: Ervína Kupferová as an Egyptian princess, 1919.
František Drtikol (1883-1961) :: Ervína Kupferová as an Egyptian princess, 1919. Blind stamp on bottom right: “Copyright Drtikol Prague”. Silver print. | src MutualArt
František Drtikol; Egyptian woman, ca. 1920-1926

Ervína Kupferová lying down

František Drtikol :: Ervína Kupferová (in Egyptian costume) lying down, 1919. Blind stamp: “Drtikol & spol. Praha [illegible date]”. Silver print. | src MutualArt

Sent M’ahesa, altägyptischer Tanz

Hugo Erfurth :: Sent M’ahesa, altägyptischer Tanz mit Cymbeln, um 1910. Silver gelatine print auf mattem Papier. Blindstempel “Hugo Erfurth Dresden 1916”. | src Schmidt Kunstauktionen Dresden
Hugo Erfurth :: Sent M’ahesa (Elsa von Carlberg), altägyptischer Tanz, um 1908. Silver gelatine print auf mattem, fein strukturiertem Papier. Blindstempel: “Hugo Erfurth Dresden 1916”. | src Schmidt Kunstauktionen Dresden

Maggie Gripenberg, 1919

Atelier Apollo :: Maggie Gripenberg tanssii Verdin ‘Aida’ -oopperassa 1919. Esitys oli samalla oopperan kauden 1919 avajaisjuhlanäytäntö. | Maggie Gripenberg dances at Verdi’s ‘Aida’ in 1919. The performance was at the opening ceremony of the 1919 opera season. Blind-stamp: “Atelier Apollo Helsingfors” | src FHA – Museovirasto