Pierrot Futurista, 1925

Anton Giulio and Arturo Bragaglia :: Pierrot Futurista, 1925. Signed and dated in ink on the image, with annotations in pencil on the reverse. | src Sotheby’s

Pierrot och Pierrette, 1918

Jean Börlin and Ebon Strandin in Pierrot and Pierrette, photo: Atelier Moderne, Copenhagen, 1918. [original: Jean Börlin och Ebon Strandin i Pierrot och Pierrette, foto: Atelier Moderne, Köpenhamn, 1918.] | src Dansmuseet on IG

Pierrot Assassin, 1883

Paul Nadar :: Sarah Bernhardt dans Pierrot Assassin, pantomime de Jean Richepin, 1883. | src Les Nadar ~ BnF
Paul Nadar :: Sarah Bernhardt [photographie, tirage de démonstration] / [Atelier Nadar], published 1900. Photographie sur papier albuminé d’après négatif sur verre. | src BnF ~ Gallica

Anna Robenne as Pierrot

Nickolas Muray :: Pierrot. Anna Robenne. Titled: Pierrot, stamped and titled by photographer on verso: “Anna Robenne as Pierrot by Michel Fokine at John Golden Theatre, Sunday eve April 28”. | src liveauctioneers

Der dumme August, ca. 1915

Martin Herzfeld :: Wini Grabitz und Hans Kalden in “Der dumme August”. Residenz-Theater Dresden, um 1915. Fotografie (Weltpostkarte) | Wini Grabitz and Hans Kalden in “Stupid August”. Residenz-Theater Dresden, around 1915. Photograph (Welt postcard) | src Deutsche Fotothek

Stummfilmdrama Komödianten

Filmposter zu Urban Gads Stummfilmdrama Komödianten (1913), gezeichnet von Ernst Deutsch-Dryden; Hauptrolle Asta Nielsen. | Film poster for Urban Gad's silent film drama Komödianten (1913), drawn by Ernst Deutsch-Dryden; Leading role Asta Nielsen. | src Unmögliche Liebe. Asta Nielsen, ihr Kino (Impossible love. Asta Nielsen, her cinema), Seite 290
Filmposter zu Urban Gads Stummfilmdrama Komödianten (1913), gezeichnet von Ernst Deutsch-Dryden; Hauptrolle Asta Nielsen. | Film poster for Urban Gad’s silent film drama Komödianten (1913), drawn by Ernst Deutsch-Dryden; Leading role Asta Nielsen. | src Unmögliche Liebe. Asta Nielsen, ihr Kino (Impossible love. Asta Nielsen, her cinema), Seite 290

Pierrot, 1925

Otton Engel’s :: Pierrot, 1925. Crayons on paper. Signed and dated: “Engel’s 1925”. Catalogue of the first “Art of Movement” exhibition, 1925, Nos. 208-09. OE (Otton Engel’s repository, Moscow. Formerly in the collection of Irina Malakhova.) | src Nicoletta Misler’s The Russian Art of Movement 1920-1930