La que vuela, 1998

Flor Garduño :: La que vuela, México, 1998. Digital pigment print. | src Heritage Auctions
Flor Garduño (b. 1957) :: La que vuela, México, 1998. | src Flor Garduño · Flor
Flor Garduño (Née en 1957) :: La que vuela, 1998. | src Cornette de Saint-Cyr

Vera Mirova (brochure) part II

Vera Mirova brochure, page 5. Phot. Schneider, Berlin. Javanese dance. | src Iowa University Libraries
Vera Mirova brochure, page 4. Phot. Schneider, Berlin. Japanese dance. | src Iowa University Libraries
Vera Mirova brochure, page 7. Phot. Portela, Spain. Dance of Bali. | src Iowa University Libraries
Vera Mirova brochure, page 3. Phot. Portela, Spain. Egyptian dance. | src Iowa University Libraries
Vera Mirova brochure, page 3. Phot. Tamamura. The Snake dance. | src Iowa University Libraries

Ein Sommernachtstraum, 1927

Nini und Carry Hess :: Ein Sommernachtstraum, Schlossfestspiele Heidelberg, 1927, Theaterwissenschaftliche Sammlung, Universität zu Köln. | A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Heidelberg Castle Festival, 1927, Theater Studies Collection, University of Cologne. | src Münchner Stadtbibliothek blog

Experiment in dramatization

A. Sidorov, Experiment in dramatization in the Egyptian Rooms of the Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow (now the State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts). Reconstruction by V. Avdiev for the Cabinet of the Eastern Theatre of the Institute of the Peoples of the East Choreography by N. Leont’ev. Catalogue of the third “Art of Movement” exhibition, 1927,
within Nos. 102-24. Three photographic prints. Private collection | src Nicoletta Misler’s The Russian Art of Movement 1920-1930
A. Sidorov, Experiment in dramatization in the Egyptian Rooms of the Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow (now the State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts). Reconstruction by V. Avdiev for the Cabinet of the Eastern Theatre of the Institute of the Peoples of the East Choreography by N. Leont’ev. Catalogue of the third “Art of Movement” exhibition, 1927,
within Nos. 102-24.

«Les chansons de Bilitis»

«Les chansons de Bilitis» traduit du grec par Pierre Louÿs , ill. de George Barbier, gravées sur bois par François-Louis Schmied. Pierre Corrard, Paris, 1922. | src BnF