Ballet dancer Serge Oukrainsky

James Wallace Pondelicek :: "Serge Oukrainsky in Algerian Dance (Grieg). The only barefoot toe dancer and greatest Oriental dancer of the Chicago Opera and head of the Pavley-Oukrainsky Ballet" (title devised from caption on photograph's verso). | Worthpoint
James Wallace Pondelicek :: "Serge Oukrainsky in Algerian Dance (Grieg). The only barefoot toe dancer and greatest Oriental dancer of the Chicago Opera and head of the Pavley-Oukrainsky Ballet" (title devised from caption on photograph's verso). | Worthpoint
James Wallace Pondelicek :: “Serge Oukrainsky in Algerian Dance (Grieg). The only barefoot toe dancer and greatest Oriental dancer of the Chicago Opera and head of the Pavley-Oukrainsky Ballet” (title devised from caption on photograph’s verso). | Worthpoint

Dance performance in 1924

A scene from a dance performance: Annsi Bergh, Mary Hougberg and Marianne Pontan in 1924. | Finnish Heritage Agency · Museovirasto
Kohtaus Annsi Berghin, Mary Hougbergin ja Marianne Pontanin tanssiesityksestä vuonna 1924. JOKA Journalistinen kuva-arkisto Otava @ Finnish Heritage Agency
Kohtaus Annsi Berghin, Mary Hougbergin ja Marianne Pontanin tanssiesityksestä vuonna 1924. JOKA Journalistinen kuva-arkisto Otava @ Museovirasto
A scene from a dance performance: Annsi Bergh, Mary Hougberg and Marianne Pontan in 1924. JOKA [Journalistic photo archive Otava] | Finnish Heritage Agency · Museovirasto

Dancer by Lipnizki, ca. 1926

Studio Lipnitzki :: Danseuse de ballet russe dans l’atelier de Paul Colin. Paris, vers 1926. Tirage argentique viré d’époque. | Lumière des roses # 11
Studio Lipnitzki :: Danseuse de ballet russe dans l’atelier de Paul Colin. Paris, vers 1926. Tirage argentique viré d’époque. | Lumière des roses # 11

Der Tanz by Anny Heimann

Anny Heimann, Berlin :: Der Tanz. Autotypie. From: „Die Kunst in der Photographie", 1908
Anny Heimann, Berlin :: Der Tanz. From: „Die Kunst in der Photographie", 1908
Anny Heimann, Berlin :: Der Tanz. Autotypie. From: „Die Kunst in der Photographie”, 1908
Anny Heimann, Berlin :: Der Tanz. Autotypie. From: „Die Kunst in der Photographie", 1908
Anny Heimann, Berlin :: Der Tanz. Autotypie. From: „Die Kunst in der Photographie”, 1908

Clotilde von Derp, two cards

Clotilde von Derp in dance pose. Phot. Debschitz-Kurowski; Verlag Hermann Leiser, formerly Louis Blumenthal | src internet archive
Clotilde von Derp in dance pose. Phot. Debschitz-Kurowski; Verlag Hermann Leiser, formerly Louis Blumenthal | src internet archive
Clotilde von Derp. Photo by Hanns Holdt. Vintage card; Orami Serie E. | src Virtual History
Clotilde von Derp. Photo by Hanns Holdt. Vintage card; Orami Serie E. | src Virtual History

Amateur dancers, 1920s

Just magic. Off studio postcard (1920s) | src unexpectedtales on Flickr
Just magic. Off studio postcard (1920s) | src unexpectedtales on Flickr
Serious Charleston dancing, 1920s (London studio stamp) | src unexpectedtales on Flickr
Serious Charleston dancing, 1920s (studio stamp: Anglo French Photo Co., 46 New Kent Road, London) | src unexpectedtales on Flickr
Egyptian in the studio, unknown date. | src unexpectedtales on Flickr
An Egyptian in the studio, unknown date. | src unexpectedtales on Flickr