Vasily Kachalov in Anathema

Vintage Russian postcard depicting Russian actor Vasily Ivanovich Kachalov [Васи́лий Ива́нович Кача́лов] in Anathema, a play by Russian playwright Leonid Andreyev at the Moscow Art Theater. [ca. 1900] akademic.ru
Russian actor Vasily Ivanovich Kachalov in the title role of Leonid Andreyev’s Anathema. Kachalov led the so-called Kachalov Group within the Moscow Art Theater. [Ryckoff Collection]. | src Getty Images
Russian actor Vasily Ivanovich Kachalov in the title role of Leonid Andreyev’s Anathema. (ca. 1900) | src Getty images
К. С. Малевич. Василий Качалов в пьесе Л. Андреева “Анатэма”. 1908 г. Единственный пробный оттиск гг. Коллекция С. Григорьянца | Vasily Kachalov in Anathema by Kazimir Malevich (1908) | src wikimedia commons
Vasily Ivanovich Kachalov by Kazimir Severinovich Malevich (1908) | src twitter

Lil Dagover By A. Binder (1929)

Alexander Binder :: Das edle Profil. Die Filmschauspielerin Lil Dagover. Uhu Magazin, Januar 1929, Band 5, Heft 4.
Alexander Binder :: Das edle Profil. Die Filmschauspielerin Lil Dagover. Uhu Magazin, Januar 1929, Band 5, Heft 4. (full page)

Marianne Brandt Self Portrait

Marianne Brandt :: Self Portrait with Jewelry for the Metallic Festival (Selbstportrait mit Schmuck zum Metallischen Fest), February 1929. Museum Folkwang Essen. From Marking Modern Movement: Dance and Gender in the Visual Imagery of the Weimar Republic by Susan Funkenstein. | src University of Michigan Press

Leni Riefenstahl in Das blaue Licht

Leni Riefenstahl in Das blaue Licht – Eine Berglegende aus den Dolomiten (La lumière bleue, The Blue Light), 1932. Regie: Leni Riefenstahl und Béla Balázs. Uncredited set photographer. | src Ader

Hildi Schmidt Heins portraits

Hildi Schmidt Heins (1915–2011) :: Thea Stave, Lübeck-Travemünde, 1938. | src MK&G
Hildi Schmidt Heins (1915–2011) :: Teneriffa (Insel) | Tenerife (island), 1937. | src MK&G
Hildi Schmidt Heins (1915–2011) :: Teneriffa (Insel) | Tenerife (island), 1938. | src MK&G

Olga Irén Fröhlich, ca. 1925-1935

Olga Irén Fröhlich. Studio photo, headshot of Olga Irén Fröhlich in frontal view, with both hands on her ears. She is heavily made up with dark lipstick and eye mascara. Handwritten in blue ink: “He[.]y Peter.”, ca. 1925 bis 1935. | src Jüdisches Museum Berlin
Studio photo, half-length portrait of Olga Irén Fröhlich in profile to the left, her head turned upwards. She is wearing a light blouse with a bow on. Her dark hair is tied back. The photo was probably originally taken by Curt Pfeiffer in Breslau and subsequently reproduced in the Steinberg studio in Berlin. Breslau, Berlin, 12-1932. | src Jüdisches Museum Berlin