Pictorial portrait by Weston

Edward Henry Weston (1886 - 1958) :: [Woman in Asian Costume], 1917 | The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection
Edward Henry Weston (1886 - 1958) :: [Woman in Asian Costume], 1917 | The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection
Edward Henry Weston (1886 – 1958) :: Woman in Asian Costume, 1917 | The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection

Kostüm der Wiener Werkstätte

Edith Glogau :: Unbekannt Dame in einem Faschingskostüm der Wiener Werkstätte, Wien, vor 1929 | src MAK
Edith Glogau :: Unbekannt Dame in einem Faschingskostüm der Wiener Werkstätte, Wien, vor 1929 | src MAK
Edith Glogau :: Unbekannt Dame in einem Faschingskostüm der Wiener Werkstätte, Wien, vor 1929 | src MAK
Edith Glogau :: Unbekannt Dame in einem Faschingskostüm der Wiener Werkstätte, Wien, vor 1929 | src MAK
Edith Glogau :: Unbekannt Dame in einem Faschingskostüm der Wiener Werkstätte, Wien, vor 1929 | src MAK
Edith Glogau :: Unbekannt Dame in einem Faschingskostüm der Wiener Werkstätte, Wien, vor 1929 | src MAK
Edith Glogau :: Unbekannt Dame in einem Faschingskostüm der Wiener Werkstätte, Wien, vor 1929 | src MAK
Edith Glogau :: Unbekannt Dame in einem Faschingskostüm der Wiener Werkstätte, Wien, vor 1929 | src MAK
Edith Glogau :: Unbekannt Dame in einem Faschingskostüm der Wiener Werkstätte, Wien, vor 1929 | src MAK

The Silver Mask, 1929

Gordon Coster :: The Silver Mask, 1929 src liveauctioneers
Gordon Coster :: The Silver Mask, 1929. Bromide print. | src liveauctioneers

Bromide print mounted on artist’s paper. Signed and titled in pencil on mount recto. Nine exhibition labels and two exhibition stamps on verso. The subject is wearing a half mask, a headdress (probably made of velvet) adorned in the middle with a flower-shaped ornament and a huge fluffy collar. He/she wears heavy lipstick and a drawn mole. This is a striking enigmatic picture. It is not clear whether this is a man or a woman.

Women in Turkish costume

Clara Sipprell (1885-1975) :: [Woman in Turkish costume], ca. 1930-1960. Gelatin silver print. Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Clara Sipprell (1885-1975) :: [Woman in Turkish costume], 1924. Gelatin silver print. Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Clara E. Sipprell (1885-1975) :: [Two women in Turkish dress drinking coffee], 1924. Amon Carter Museum
Clara E. Sipprell (1885-1975) :: [Two women in Turkish dress drinking coffee], 1924. Amon Carter Museum

Warburg by Warburg, ca. 1910

John Cimon Warburg :: Wild Flowers, ca. 1910. Autochrome. Photograph of Joan, the photographer's daughter, shown three-quarter length, standing in front of red wall paper. | src V&A Museum
John Cimon Warburg :: Wild Flowers, ca. 1910. Autochrome. Photograph of Joan, the photographer’s daughter, shown three-quarter length, standing in front of red wall paper. | src V&A Museum
John Cimon Warburg :: Marsh Marigolds, ca. 1910. Autochrome. | src V&A Museum
John Cimon Warburg :: Marsh Marigolds, ca. 1910. Autochrome. | src V&A Museum
John Cimon Warburg :: ‘The Sunny Doorway’, ca. 1909, autochrome. | src V&A Museum
John Cimon Warburg :: 'Peggy by the Orange Tree', Autochrome, 1909. Photograph of a full length portrait of Warburg's daughter Peggy standing beside an orange tree. She wears a white dress and holds a white hat in her hand. She holds onto the orange tree with her other hand. | src V&A Museum
John Cimon Warburg :: ‘Peggy by the Orange Tree’, Autochrome, 1909. Photograph of a full length portrait of Warburg’s daughter Peggy standing beside an orange tree. She wears a white dress and holds a white hat in her hand. She holds onto the orange tree with her other hand. | src V&A Museum
John Cimon Warburg :: ‘Joan in Red Riding Hood Cape with Basket’, autochrome, 6 November 1907. | src V&A Museum
Photograph of a near full length potrait of Warburg’s daughter Joan dressed in a Red Riding Hood cape. She stands beside a bush of white daisies. Warburg has annotated the plate with details regarding how the photograph was made.

Skoronel by Hänse Herrmann

Vera Skoronel, Foto: Hänse Herrmann © Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig | src Georg Kolbe Museum in the framework of “Die absoluten Tänzerinnen”, available on Spotify (Episode 7)
“Vera Skoronel, a true exceptional talent of modern expressive dance. She was confident, charismatic, her enthusiasm infectious. “Not-to-dance – does that even exist?” she once asked, purely rhetorically, of course.” quoted from source
Hänse Herrmann :: Portät von die Tänzerin und Choreographin Vera Skoronel (1906-1932; eigentlich Vera Laemmel, Vera Lämmel) um 1928. Aufnahme: Hänse Herrmann. Originalaufnahme im Archiv von Ullstein Bild. | src Getty Images

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.

Le Masque et l’Humain, 1959

Thérèse Le Prat :: La danseuse Françoise Joachim Pérez (ballet d’Amérique latine), 1957. | src Ministère de la Culture
Thérèse Le Prat :: Silvia Monfort (actrice) Lady Godiva dans Lady Godiva de Jean Canolle, 1958. | src Ministère de la Culture
de la série Masques et Destins, 1955 ou Le Masque et l’Humain, 1959
Référence de publication de l’image: L’Avant-Scène, n°177, 1er juillet 1958
Référence de publication de l’image: Le Masque et l’Humain, éd. La Colombe, Paris, 1959, p. 22

Gerda Müller as Queen Tamar

Nini & Carry Hess :: Gerda Müller als Königin Tamar in „Tamar“ (Friedrich Wolf), 1922. Schauspielhaus Frankfurt am Main, R: Richard Weichert, Bb: Ludwig Sievert, ullstein bild collection. | src Museum Giersch