Nude dancer at Herion school

Paul Jsenfels :: Dancer, Stuttgart Dance School. [Ida Herion dance school]. Photoengraving; printed 1927. | src liveauctioneers
Paul Jsenfels :: Dancer, Stuttgart Dance School. [Ida Herion dance school]. Photoengraving; printed 1927. | src liveauctioneers
Paul Jsenfels :: Dancer, Stuttgart Dance School. [Ida Herion dance school]. Photoengraving; printed 1927. | src liveauctioneers

Nude dancer by Jsenfels

Paul Jsenfels :: Dancer, Stuttgart Dance School, ca. 1927. Photoengraving printed in 1927. | src liveauctioneers
Paul Jsenfels :: Dancer, Stuttgart Dance School, ca. 1927. Photoengraving printed in 1927. | src liveauctioneers
Paul Jsenfels :: Dancer, Stuttgart Dance School, ca. 1927. Photoengraving printed in 1927. | src liveauctioneers

Desha by Nickolas Muray, 1922

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Nickolas Muray (1892-1965) :: Desha Delteil, 1922. Toned gelatin silver print. | src Heritage Auctions
Nickolas Muray (1892-1965) :: Desha Delteil, 1922. Toned gelatin silver print. | src Heritage Auctions
Nickolas Muray (1892-1965) :: Desha Delteil, 1922. Toned gelatin silver print. | src Heritage Auctions
Nickolas Muray (1892-1965) :: Desha Delteil, 1922. Toned gelatin silver print. | src Heritage Auctions

The dancers of Saint-Paul

Loïs Hutton in ‘Jardin sous la pluie’ (music: Debussy). © Fred Daniels MMMI | src Hidden story: The dancers of Saint-Paul: FranceToday
Loïs Hutton at Cap d’Antibes, kneeling on pebbles by the shore, 1924. © Fred Daniels · Richard Emerson. | src FranceToday
Hélène Vanel in ‘Fleur de Lune’, 1930.© Maroussia Vossen. | src Hidden story: The dancers of Saint-Paul
A flyer advertising Loïs Hutton and Hélène Vanel, and the Studio Rythme et Couleur. © Yvonne Gregory. Retrived from The dancers of Saint-Paul
A flyer advertising Loïs Hutton and Hélène Vanel, and the Studio Rythme et Couleur. © Yvonne Gregory. Retrived from The dancers of Saint-Paul

Tanzschule Trümpy (1929)

Hede Rohr :: Kopie eines indischen Fingertanzes [A copy of an Indian finger dance]. Uhu Magazin, Januar 1929, B5 H4. | src Flickr
Hede Rohr :: Was in jeder Tanzschule nur ein paar besonders gelenkigen Schülerinnen gelingt: Der Buddhasitz [What only a few particularly flexible students can do in every dance school: The Buddha position]. Tanzschule Trümpy. Uhu Magazin, Januar 1929, B5 H4. | src Flickr

Three studies by Domü, 1927

Scherzo. Sonderaufnahme für Tempo. Phot. Domü. Tempo Magazin, 1927, Heft 2. | src Flickr
Studie. Sonderaufnahme für Tempo. Phot. Domü. Tempo Magazin, 1927, Heft 2. | src Flickr
Das Grauen [The Horror]. Sonderaufnahme für Tempo. Phot. Domü. Tempo Magazin, 1927, Heft 2. | src Flickr

Carmen Tortola Valencia, 1912

Walter Schnackenberg :: The dancer Carmen Tortola Valencia, 1912. Watercolour, brush and India ink and opaque white over pencil on paper. | src Grisebach Autumn Auctions 2020
Walter Schnackenberg :: The dancer Carmen Tortola Valencia, 1912. Watercolour, brush and India ink and opaque white over pencil on paper. | src Grisebach Autumn Auctions 2020

Lea Niako, Das Leben, 1927

Ernst Sandau :: Tänzerin Lea Niako. Published in Das Leben, August 1927 issue. | src Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft
Tänzerin Lea Niako. Published in Das Leben, August 1927 issue. Phot. Sandau, Berlin. | src Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft

Dancer Maria Moreno

George Rinhart :: “Pretty Maria Moreno, who is gaining prominence through her classical dances which she conceives and executes. She is a native Italian.” (original caption) | src Getty Images

Simone Lancret par Rudomine

Mlle. Simone Lancret (des Ballets russes). Studio Rudomine. Paris-plaisirs: revue mensuelle esthétique et humoristique Nº 7. Décembre, 1922. | src BnF ~ Gallica
Mlle. Simone Lancret (des Ballets russes). Studio Rudomine. Paris-plaisirs: revue mensuelle esthétique et humoristique Nº 7. Décembre, 1922. | src BnF ~ Gallica
Mlle. Simone Lancret (des Ballets russes). Studio Rudomine. Paris-plaisirs: revue mensuelle esthétique et humoristique Nº 7. Décembre, 1922. | src BnF ~ Gallica