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Ballet Collection

Ballet is a form of performance dance that originated in the Italian Renaissance courts of the 15th century and was further developed in France and Russia

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Background imageBallet Collection: Time jump

Time jump
Harry Bünger

Background imageBallet Collection: The Pronomos Vase, c. 400 BC. Creator: Pronomos (active c. 410-c. 390 BC)

The Pronomos Vase, c. 400 BC. Creator: Pronomos (active c. 410-c. 390 BC)
The Pronomos Vase, c. 400 BC. Found in the Collection of Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli

Background imageBallet Collection: Miss Carlotta Leclercq as Perdita, Greek shepherdess, in Shakespeare's ' A Winter's Tale.' Leclercq

Miss Carlotta Leclercq as Perdita, Greek shepherdess, in Shakespeare's " A Winter's Tale." Leclercq
FLO4655604 Miss Carlotta Leclercq as Perdita, Greek shepherdess, in Shakespeare's " A Winter's Tale." Leclercq (1838-1893) was a daughter of Charles Leclercq, ballet master and pantominist

Background imageBallet Collection: Mask on vine leaves and bunches of grapes, 1st H

Mask on vine leaves and bunches of grapes, 1st H. 1st cen. AD. Found in the Collection of Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli

Background imageBallet Collection: France, Rhone-Alpes, Rhone (69), Lyon: rue Merciere with shops, 1904 - shops

France, Rhone-Alpes, Rhone (69), Lyon: rue Merciere with shops, 1904 - shops
LUX4794090 France, Rhone-Alpes, Rhone (69), Lyon: rue Merciere with shops, 1904 - shops: Joseph Richelmy specialites of Italian products, groicerie du bon marche, depot des vins d'Asti

Background imageBallet Collection: Capital letter A: Odette Valery born Marfa Vasilardi (1883- ), Italian dancer of Greek parents

Capital letter A: Odette Valery born Marfa Vasilardi (1883- ), Italian dancer of Greek parents, theater actress
7309546 Capital letter A: Odette Valery born Marfa Vasilardi (1883-..), Italian dancer of Greek parents, theater actress. Debuted at La Scala in 1898

Background imageBallet Collection: L Apres-midi d un Faune from the series Designs on the dances of Vaslav Nijinsky (1889-1950)

L Apres-midi d un Faune from the series Designs on the dances of Vaslav Nijinsky (1889-1950)
STC255503 L Apres-midi d un Faune from the series Designs on the dances of Vaslav Nijinsky (1889-1950). Georges Barbier (1882-1932), Pochoir Print by Barbier

Background imageBallet Collection: Leda and the Swan, published July 7, 1893. Creator: Theophile Alexandre Steinlen

Leda and the Swan, published July 7, 1893. Creator: Theophile Alexandre Steinlen
Leda and the Swan, published July 7, 1893

Background imageBallet Collection: Winter, from The Seasons, Paris, 1700 / 20. Creator: Gobelins Manufactory

Winter, from The Seasons, Paris, 1700 / 20. Creator: Gobelins Manufactory
Winter, from The Seasons, Paris, 1700/20. Saturn (god of agriculture and time) and Juventas (cupbearer to the gods on Mount Olympus) floating on a cloud

Background imageBallet Collection: Pirate costume design for Daphnis and Chloe, 1913 (watercolour on board)

Pirate costume design for Daphnis and Chloe, 1913 (watercolour on board)
3928621 Pirate costume design for Daphnis and Chloe, 1913 (watercolour on board) by Bakst, Leon (1866-1924); 26.8x39.5 cm; Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, NY

Background imageBallet Collection: Costume design from Phedre, 1917 (colour litho)

Costume design from Phedre, 1917 (colour litho)
STC133640 Costume design from Phedre, 1917 (colour litho) by Bakst, Leon (1866-1924); Private Collection; (add.info.: tragedy by Jean Racine (1639-99); ); The Stapleton Collection; Russian

Background imageBallet Collection: European Dancers, cigarette cards, 1915 (colour litho) (see also 473603)

European Dancers, cigarette cards, 1915 (colour litho) (see also 473603)
473602 European Dancers, cigarette cards, 1915 (colour litho) (see also 473603) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageBallet Collection: The Greek Dance, c. 1881 (pastel on paper laid)

The Greek Dance, c. 1881 (pastel on paper laid)
CH100813 The Greek Dance, c.1881 (pastel on paper laid) by Degas, Edgar (1834-1917); 58x49 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; French, out of copyright

Background imageBallet Collection: Mlle. Clotilde in a daring Grecian ballet costume, 1798 (handcoloured copperplate engraving)

Mlle. Clotilde in a daring Grecian ballet costume, 1798 (handcoloured copperplate engraving)
5986446 Mlle. Clotilde in a daring Grecian ballet costume, 1798 (handcoloured copperplate engraving) by French School, (18th century); (add.info.: Mlle)

Background imageBallet Collection: Costume design for a coral fisher for The Marriage of Thetis and Peleus

Costume design for a coral fisher for The Marriage of Thetis and Peleus
BIF187831 Costume design for a coral fisher for The Marriage of Thetis and Peleus by Francesco Cavalli (1602-76) 1654 (w/c on vellum) by French School

Background imageBallet Collection: Sunset in Firostefani, Santorini, Cyclades Islands, Greece

Sunset in Firostefani, Santorini, Cyclades Islands, Greece

Background imageBallet Collection: Winter, from The Seasons, Paris, 1700 / 20. Creator: Gobelins Manufactory

Winter, from The Seasons, Paris, 1700 / 20. Creator: Gobelins Manufactory
Winter, from The Seasons, Paris, 1700/20. Saturn (god of agriculture and time) and Juventas (cupbearer to the gods on Mount Olympus) floating on a cloud

Background imageBallet Collection: The Pronomos Vase, c. 400 BC. Creator: Pronomos (active c. 410-c. 390 BC)

The Pronomos Vase, c. 400 BC. Creator: Pronomos (active c. 410-c. 390 BC)
The Pronomos Vase, c. 400 BC. Found in the Collection of Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli

Background imageBallet Collection: Ballet Tragique, 1781

Ballet Tragique, 1781. Tragic ballet of Jason and Medea. Illustration from Social Caricature in the Eighteenth Century... With over two hundred illustrations by George Paston [pseudonym of Emily

Background imageBallet Collection: Set design for Act II of a Ballet Russes production of Ravels Daphnis and Chloe, 1912

Set design for Act II of a Ballet Russes production of Ravels Daphnis and Chloe, 1912. Artist: Leon Bakst
Set design for Act II of a Ballet Russes production of Ravels Daphnis and Chloe, 1912. Published in L Art Decoratif de Leon Bakst. (Paris, 1913). From the Museum of Decorative Arts, Paris

Background imageBallet Collection: Greece-Dance-Ballet-Guinness-World-Record

Greece-Dance-Ballet-Guinness-World-Record
Dancers warm up before a Guinness World Record attempt at standing en pointe in Thessaloniki on October 1, 2016. 429 ballet dancers from across North Greece gathered in Thessaloniki on October 1

Background imageBallet Collection: The abandoned Dido. Artist: Battaglioli, Francesco (1722-1790)

The abandoned Dido. Artist: Battaglioli, Francesco (1722-1790)
The abandoned Dido. Found in the collection of Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid

Background imageBallet Collection: Narcisse: A Bacchante. Costume design for the dance Narcisse, 1911. Artist: Leon Bakst

Narcisse: A Bacchante. Costume design for the dance Narcisse, 1911. Artist: Leon Bakst
Narcisse: A Bacchante. Costume design for the dance Narcisse, 1911. From The Studio Volume 105. [The Offices of the Studio Ltd. London, 1933]

Background imageBallet Collection: Costume design for Ida Rubinstein as Helen in the ballet Helen of Sparta, 1912. Artist: Leon Bakst

Costume design for Ida Rubinstein as Helen in the ballet Helen of Sparta, 1912. Artist: Leon Bakst
Costume design for Ida Rubinstein as Helen in the ballet Helen of Sparta, 1912. Published in L Art Decoratif de Leon Bakst. (Paris, 1913). From a private collection

Background imageBallet Collection: Set design for a Ballets Russes production of Ravels Daphnis et Chloe, 1912. Artist: Leon Bakst

Set design for a Ballets Russes production of Ravels Daphnis et Chloe, 1912. Artist: Leon Bakst
Set design for a Ballets Russes production of Ravels Daphnis et Chloe, 1912. Published in L Art Decoratif de Leon Bakst. (Paris, 1913). From a private collection

Background imageBallet Collection: Chloe Abandoned, design for a Ballet Russes production of Ravels Daphnis and Chloe, 1910-1911

Chloe Abandoned, design for a Ballet Russes production of Ravels Daphnis and Chloe, 1910-1911. Artist: Leon Bakst
Chloe Abandoned, design for a Ballet Russes production of Ravels Daphnis and Chloe, 1910-1911. From the Museum of Decorative Arts, Paris

Background imageBallet Collection: The Tsarevna, costume design for the Ballets Russes production of Stravinskys The Firebird, 1910

The Tsarevna, costume design for the Ballets Russes production of Stravinskys The Firebird, 1910. Artist: Leon Bakst
The Tsarevna, costume design for the Ballets Russes production of Stravinskys The Firebird, 1910. Published in L Art Decoratif de Leon Bakst. (Paris, 1913)

Background imageBallet Collection: Set Design for Act I of Helen of Sparta, performed by Ida Rubensteins ballet troupe, 1912

Set Design for Act I of Helen of Sparta, performed by Ida Rubensteins ballet troupe, 1912. Artist: Leon Bakst
Set Design for Act I of Helen of Sparta, performed by Ida Rubensteins ballet troupe, 1912. Published in L Art Decoratif de Leon Bakst. (Paris, 1913)


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Ballet Collection

Ballet is a form of performance dance that originated in the Italian Renaissance courts of the 15th century and was further developed in France and Russia, and is a highly technical form of dance with its own vocabulary based on French terminology. It consists of graceful, precise movements which are performed to music. Ballet dancers must be trained to perform these movements with strength, control, flexibility and grace. Ballet has been an important part of European culture for centuries, with many famous ballets such as Swan Lake and The Nutcracker being performed all over Europe. Today it continues to be popular throughout Greece where it is often used as an expression of national identity and pride.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Ballet collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning collection of wall art and framed prints that captures the beauty and grace of ballet in Greece and Europe. Our collection features a range of images, from classic performances to contemporary interpretations, all captured by talented photographers who have an eye for detail and composition. Each print in our collection showcases the elegance, poise, and athleticism of ballet dancers as they perform on stage or in natural settings. From sweeping movements to intricate footwork, every image captures the essence of this timeless art form. Whether you're a fan of ballet or simply appreciate beautiful artwork, the Ballet collection is sure to impress. With its high-quality prints and attention to detail, it's perfect for adding a touch of sophistication to any room in your home or office.
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What are Ballet (Greece Europe) art prints?

Ballet art prints from Greece and Europe are a collection of stunning images capturing the beauty and grace of ballet performances. These prints showcase the intricate movements, costumes, and emotions expressed by dancers on stage. They are perfect for those who appreciate the elegance of ballet or want to add a touch of sophistication to their home decor. The Ballet art prints available at Media Storehouse feature a range of styles, including classic black and white photography as well as vibrant color images. Each print is produced using high-quality materials that ensure longevity and clarity in every detail. Whether you're an avid collector or simply looking for a beautiful piece to adorn your walls, these Ballet art prints offer something truly special. With their timeless appeal and artistic flair, they make an excellent addition to any home or office space.
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What Ballet (Greece Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Ballet art prints from Greece and Europe. You can choose from a variety of styles, including classical ballet, contemporary dance, and traditional folk dances. Some popular options include images of famous ballet dancers like Rudolf Nureyev and Mikhail Baryshnikov, as well as stunning photographs of performances at iconic venues such as the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow or the Royal Opera House in London. In addition to individual prints, Media Storehouse also offers curated collections that showcase different aspects of Ballet art from Greece and Europe. For example, you might be interested in a collection focused on the history of Ballet or one that highlights emerging artists in the field. No matter what your preferences are, you're sure to find something that speaks to your love for this beautiful art form at Media Storehouse.
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How do I buy Ballet (Greece Europe) art prints?

To purchase Ballet art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our online collection of artwork and select the specific print that you are interested in. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to provide your shipping information and payment details. We offer a wide range of payment options including credit card and PayPal. Once your order has been processed, your art print will be carefully packaged and shipped directly to your door. Whether you are looking for a beautiful piece of art for your home or office or searching for a unique gift for someone special, our selection of Ballet art prints is sure to impress. With high-quality printing techniques and stunning imagery, these prints capture the beauty and elegance of ballet in Greece perfectly.
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How much do Ballet (Greece Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Ballet art prints that vary in price depending on the size and type of print you choose. Our collection includes high-quality photographic prints, canvas prints, framed prints, and more. We work with some of the best photographers and artists to bring you stunning images that capture the beauty and grace of ballet. Our prices are competitive and affordable, making it easy for anyone to own a beautiful piece of artwork. Whether you're looking for a small print to hang in your home or office or a large statement piece for your living room or bedroom, we have something for everyone. We take pride in our customer service and strive to provide an enjoyable shopping experience. If you have any questions about our products or services, please don't hesitate to contact us. We look forward to helping you find the perfect Ballet art print.
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How will my Ballet (Greece Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Ballet art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner by Media Storehouse. We take great care in packaging your prints so that they arrive at your doorstep undamaged. Our delivery service is reliable and efficient, ensuring that you receive your order as quickly as possible. We use trusted courier services to deliver our products worldwide, with tracking available for added peace of mind. Your prints will be carefully rolled and placed in a sturdy tube or flat-packed depending on the size of the print. We understand how important it is to receive high-quality artwork promptly and safely. That's why we pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service throughout the entire process - from ordering to delivery. Rest assured that when you order Ballet art prints from us, they will be delivered to you with utmost care and attention to detail.