Dancers and musician (1920s)

Vintage photographs of thee women wearing Greek gowns, two of them dancing, the third playing flute or Aulos, reclining on a tree. [painted background] From a Vaudeville dancer / model photo album / scrapbook. | src House of Mirth on Abebooks

After the Carnival, 1924-1926

Jaromír Funke :: After the Carnival I (from 12 Avant-Garde Photographs portfolio), 1924-1926; printed 2014. Gelatin silver print on Foma paper, printed from original glass negative. | src Robert Koch Gallery

Jaromír Funke :: After the Carnival I (from a portfolio of 12 Avant-Garde Photographs), 1924-1926. | src Howard Greenberg Gallery
Jaromír Funke :: After the Carnival I ~ Nach dem Karneval I, 1924–1926 © Miloslava Rupešová-Funková | src l’œil de la photographie

Costume ball in Savoy, 1919

Jacques-Henri Lartigue :: Costume ball in Savoy. Me and Germaine Boivin as twin sisters, Chamonix, January 1919. From: Lartigue. Life in Color. | src internet archive

Dancers in Persian costumes

Edward J. Steichen :: Dancers in costume for the Persian Fete benefit for the Big Sisters charity. Published in Vogue, February 15th, 1925. | src Condé Nast

Three dancers, Vogue, 1925

Edward J. Steichen :: Julia Brokow, Barbara Brokow, and Mrs. Adee Bradley in dance costumes by William Weaver, 1925. Published in Vogue, February 15th, 1925. | src Condé Nast

Two dancers by Antios, 1920s

 Anton Josef Trčka (Antios) :: Two unknown dancers in dance pose, 1920s. Brown toned gelatin silver print. | src Wien Museum
Anton Josef Trčka (auch Antios) :: Zwei unbekannte Tänzerinnen in Tanzpose, 1920-1930. Silbergelatinepapier auf Untersatzpapier, braungetont. | src Wien Museum
 Anton Josef Trčka (Antios) :: Two unknown dancers in dance pose, 1920s. Brown toned gelatin silver print. | src Wien Museum
Anton Josef Trčka (Antios) :: Two unknown dancers in dance pose, 1920s. Brown toned gelatin silver print. | src Wien Museum