Movie star Vera Kholodnaya

Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a white blouse with ruffles, in a white hat, looking to the right. Vintage postcard. | src Flickr
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a white blouse with ruffles, in a white hat, looking to the right. Vintage postcard. | src Flickr
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a white blouse with ruffles, in a white hat. Phot. M. Sakharov and P. Orlov, 1916. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a white hat and blouse with ruffles. Phot. M. Sakharov and P. Orlov, 1916. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya (1893-1919) was the first star of the Russian silent cinema. At 26, the ‘Queen of Screen’ died of the Spanish flu during the pandemic of 1919. Russian postcard, nº 135. Collection Didier Hanson. | src Flickr
Vera Kholodnaya (1893-1919) was the first star of the Russian silent cinema. At 26, the ‘Queen of Screen’ died of the Spanish flu during the pandemic of 1919. Russian postcard, nº 135. Collection Didier Hanson. | src Flickr
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, straight, looking to the left, in a white hat. Postcard nº 39. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, straight, looking to the left, in a white hat. Postcard nº 39. | src Presidential Library

Loudmilla Pitoëff, 1920-1926

Photo Albin Guillot. Mme. Loudmilla Pitoeff, the graceful and touching actress who has just made her debut as a mime and ballerina in Stravinsky and Ramuz’s History of the Soldier. Original: la gracieuse et touchante comédienne qui vient de faire dans l’Histoire du Soldat, de Stravinski et Ramuz, ses débuts de mime et de ballerine. Le Théâtre et Comœdia illustré, Mai 1924. | src BnF ~ Gallica
Die französische Schauspielerin Mme. Pitoëff als Johanna in Shaws „Heiliger Johanna“ (Zu unserm Aufsatz „Weltgeschichte auf Umwegen“ S. 66) Phot. Manuch, Paris. UHU Magazin, Januar 1926. | src Flickr
Léon Louis Pricam :: Portrait of Russian born French actress Ludmilla Pitoëff, published 5th January 1920. | src Gallica – BnF
Ludmilla Pitoëff and Georges Pitoëff (Photos Pricam). Comœdia illustré : journal artistique bi-mensuel, 5 Janvier 1920 | src Gallica – BnF

Vera Kholodnaya, 1914-1919

Russian first silent movie star Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a headdress. Fot. M. Sakharov and P. Orlov, 1916. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Russian first silent movie star Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a headdress. Fot. M. Sakharov and P. Orlov, 1916. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, Portrait, profile to the left, looking down. Fot. M. Sakharov and P. Orlov, 1916. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, Portrait, profile to the left, looking down. Fot. M. Sakharov and P. Orlov, 1916. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, head turn 3/4 to the left, headscarf tied behind, 1914-1919. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, head turn 3/4 to the left, headscarf tied behind, 1914-1919. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a white blouse with ruffles, in a white hat. Phot. M. Sakharov and P. Orlov, 1916. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a white blouse with ruffles, in a white hat. Phot. M. Sakharov and P. Orlov, 1916. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Russian first silent movie star Vera Kholodnaya. Another postcard of the image on top. | src Flickr
Russian first silent movie star Vera Kholodnaya. Another postcard of the image on top. | src Flickr

Vera Kholodnaya postcards

Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, profile to the left, in a light kerchief tied around the head like a turban, with long earrings consisting of three large circles. Between 1914 and 1919. Postcard from the collection of Natalia Balachenkova. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, profile to the left, in a light kerchief tied around the head like a turban, with long earrings consisting of three large circles. Between 1914 and 1919. Postcard from the collection of Natalia Balachenkova. | src Presidential Library
Russian silent cinema actress Vera Kholodnaya (aka ‘Queen of Screen’). Russian postcard, nº 47. Collection Didier Hanson. | src Flickr
Russian silent cinema actress Vera Kholodnaya (aka ‘Queen of Screen’). Russian postcard, nº 47. Collection Didier Hanson. | src Flickr
Vera Vasilyevna Kholodnaya (1893-1919), 1917 (card nº131). Portrait, profile to the right. Postcard from the collection of Natalia Balachenkova. | src Presidential Library
Vera Vasilyevna Kholodnaya (1893-1919), 1917 (card nº131). Portrait, profile to the right. Postcard from the collection of Natalia Balachenkova. | src Presidential Library