Pinatype by Perscheid, 1900s

Nicola Perscheid :: Fräulein Änne Jungmann in den Lupinen, um 1900. Pinatypie. The Pinatype is a dye transfer imbibition process. The colored picture is obtained by superimposing three gelatin films which have been exposed under negatives taken behind color-screens and dyed with corresponding colors. | src MK&G

Anne Branché als “Bet-ti-bo”

Rudolf Krziwanek :: Rollenporträt. Anne Branché als “Bet-ti-bo” in Der Mikado oder Ein Tag in Titipu, um 1890.
Rudolf Krziwanek :: Role portrait. Anne Branché as “Bet-ti-bo” in The Mikado or A Day in Titipu, ca. 1890.
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Revuetänzerin Ruth Bayton, 1927

Atelier d’Ora :: Ruth Bayton, Revuetänzerin von Folies Wagram im der Revue: ‘Der Zug nach dem Westen’ erschienen Uhu Magazin 10/1927. | Ruth Bayton, revue dancer from Follies Wagram in the revue: ‘The train to the west’ published in Uhu magazine 10/1927. | src and hi-res Getty Images

Erika Fiedler mit Marianne Winkelstern, 1934

Martin Munkácsi :: Actress Erika Fiedler sits with actress and dancer Marianne Winkelstern (R) on a rock by the water on the banks of the Eibsee. Published in Die Dame 22/1934. | src and hi-res Getty Images

Woman in traditional Japanese dress, 1915

The Parrish Sisters :: Woman in traditional Japanese dress, holding fan and umbrella. Signed with initials WG, also marked ‘W & G P’ in lower right corner. 1915 | src SLPL, Grace and Williamina Parrish Photograph Collection