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Dance in Greece is an integral part of the country's culture, with a long and varied history

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Background imageDance Collection: DANCE: HARKNESS THEATRE. Mural by Enrique Senis-Oliver from the proscenium arch of the Harkness

DANCE: HARKNESS THEATRE. Mural by Enrique Senis-Oliver from the proscenium arch of the Harkness Theatre, on Broadway and 62nd Street in New York City, depicting dancers paying homage to Terpsichore

Background imageDance Collection: Primavera, c1478. Artist: Sandro Botticelli

Primavera, c1478. Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Primavera, c1478. From the collection of the Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy

Background imageDance Collection: The Three Graces - L Allegro by William Edward Frost

The Three Graces - L Allegro by William Edward Frost
Coloured engraving after L Allegro by William Edward Frost inspired by lines 11 to16 of the poem L Allegro by John Milton

Background imageDance Collection: The Shield of Achilles, used in his battle with Hector

The Shield of Achilles, used in his battle with Hector. Scenes include the earth, sky and sea, the sun, the moon and the constellations, two beautiful cities full of people, a field being ploughed

Background imageDance Collection: The Feast of Venus

The Feast of Venus, after 1635. Rubens, Peter Paul (1577-1640). Oil on canvas, 217 x 350 cm

Background imageDance Collection: Illustration to John Keats poem Endymion, engraved by F. Joubert, 1872

Illustration to John Keats poem Endymion, engraved by F. Joubert, 1872
XJF477744 Illustration to John Keats poem Endymion, engraved by F. Joubert, 1872 (engraving) by Poynter, Edward John (1836-1919) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageDance Collection: Detail of Attic pottery depicting Hercules, Triton and Maenads dancing, 550 / 530 B. C

Detail of Attic pottery depicting Hercules, Triton and Maenads dancing, 550 / 530 B. C
Detail of Attic pottery depicting Hercules, Triton and Maenads dancing, 550/530 B.C. 6th Century B.C. Italy, Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum), Greek art

Background imageDance Collection: Turkish Dancers - Salonica

Turkish Dancers - Salonica
A fun postcard depicting three Turkish Dancers watched by a small group of young children, including a young African boy wearing a Fez

Background imageDance Collection: Emma Hamilton / Rehburg 6

Emma Hamilton / Rehburg 6
EMMA, LADY HAMILTON Wife of Lord Hamilton, mistress of Lord Nelson, in one of her attitudes

Background imageDance Collection: Isadora Duncan / 3 of 4

Isadora Duncan / 3 of 4
ISADORA DUNCAN at her school at Grunewald, near Berlin, where she teaches children to dance in the Greek manner (3 of 4)

Background imageDance Collection: Greek Dancing Lesson

Greek Dancing Lesson
A dancing lesson : a woman instructs a young girl

Background imageDance Collection: Anacreon's songs (colour litho)

Anacreon's songs (colour litho)
8646768 Anacreon's songs (colour litho) by Friedrich, Otto (1862-1937); Private Collection; (add.info.: Illustration for Anakreontische Lieder ( Amalthea, 1921)

Background imageDance Collection: The Three Graces, 1872. Creator: Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux

The Three Graces, 1872. Creator: Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
The Three Graces, 1872. The Graces, often three in number, were goddesses who represented such qualities as charm, beauty, and creativity

Background imageDance Collection: The Women Of Amphissa, 1887. Creator: Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema

The Women Of Amphissa, 1887. Creator: Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
The Women Of Amphissa, 1887. Followers of Bacchus, the god of wine, awaken in the marketplace of Amphissa, Greece, where they have wandered from their home in Phocis during a night of ritual dancing

Background imageDance Collection: Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)

Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)
8637172 Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho) by Smith, John Moyr (1839-1912); Private Collection; (add.info.: Dancing females, showing various arrangements of the chiton, diploidion, and himation)

Background imageDance Collection: Ancient Greek dance (engraving)

Ancient Greek dance (engraving)
8635048 Ancient Greek dance (engraving) by German School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ancient Greek dance. Illustration from Hellas)

Background imageDance Collection: Greek art: dance scene. Kylix on ceramic from the 6th century BC, archaic period

Greek art: dance scene. Kylix on ceramic from the 6th century BC, archaic period
AIS5389859 Greek art: dance scene. Kylix on ceramic from the 6th century BC, archaic period.; Museo Nazionale Etrusco, Villa Giulia, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Background imageDance Collection: Two young girls running and dancing. Bas relief from the temple of Heraion del Silaro in Paestum

Two young girls running and dancing. Bas relief from the temple of Heraion del Silaro in Paestum, Italy. 510 BC
BEN5472910 Two young girls running and dancing. Bas relief from the temple of Heraion del Silaro in Paestum, Italy. 510 BC. Dimensions: 85 x 71.6 cm. 417; Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageDance Collection: Greek mythology: Terpsichore, muse of dance, with its attributes, a leaf crown

Greek mythology: Terpsichore, muse of dance, with its attributes, a leaf crown
FLO4679803 Greek mythology: Terpsichore, muse of dance, with its attributes, a leaf crown and a lyre - Eau forte by Jacques Louis Constant Lacerf

Background imageDance Collection: Arion an Dionysiac poet credited with inventing the dithyramb, 17th century (engraving)

Arion an Dionysiac poet credited with inventing the dithyramb, 17th century (engraving)
3480611 Arion an Dionysiac poet credited with inventing the dithyramb, 17th century (engraving); (add.info.: Greek mythology: Arion an Dionysiac poet credited with inventing the dithyramb)

Background imageDance Collection: Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)

Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)
8637171 Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho) by Smith, John Moyr (1839-1912); Private Collection; (add.info.: Dancing females, showing various arrangements of the chiton, diploidion, and himation)

Background imageDance Collection: Greek mythology: Melpomene, Terpsichore and Erato muses - Eau forte by Jacques Louis Constant Lacerf

Greek mythology: Melpomene, Terpsichore and Erato muses - Eau forte by Jacques Louis Constant Lacerf
FLO4974653 Greek mythology: Melpomene, Terpsichore and Erato muses - Eau forte by Jacques Louis Constant Lacerf, based on an illustration by Leonard Defrance (1735-1805)

Background imageDance Collection: Time jump

Time jump
Harry Bünger

Background imageDance Collection: Ancient Greece: War Dance called Pyrrhic Dance (or Arms Dance)

Ancient Greece: War Dance called Pyrrhic Dance (or Arms Dance) simulating a fight between hoplites - Chromolithography
FGL5486872 Ancient Greece: War Dance called Pyrrhic Dance (or Arms Dance) simulating a fight between hoplites - Chromolithography, 1901, ; Private Collection; Fototeca Gilardi

Background imageDance Collection: Basketweaver wearing a ricinium (short pallium) and a Greek dancer

Basketweaver wearing a ricinium (short pallium) and a Greek dancer. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Robert von
FLO4703675 Basketweaver wearing a ricinium (short pallium) and a Greek dancer. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Robert von Spalart's " Historical Picture of the Costumes of the Principal

Background imageDance Collection: Greek female dancer with musical instrument similar to tambourine. 5th century BC

Greek female dancer with musical instrument similar to tambourine. 5th century BC
536096 Greek female dancer with musical instrument similar to tambourine. 5th century BC (sculpture from Red figure decoration on Ancient Greek); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageDance Collection: Amazon warrior with bow and quiver, emblematic costume, 19th century

Amazon warrior with bow and quiver, emblematic costume, 19th century. Handcoloured lithograph from Thomas Hailes
FLO4656636 Amazon warrior with bow and quiver, emblematic costume, 19th century. Handcoloured lithograph from Thomas Hailes Lacy's " Female Costumes Historical

Background imageDance Collection: La Danse des bacchantes (The Dance of Bacchantes), 1849

La Danse des bacchantes (The Dance of Bacchantes), 1849. Found in the Collection of Palais de Rumine, Lausanne

Background imageDance Collection: Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)

Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)
8637081 Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho) by Smith, John Moyr (1839-1912); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bacchante with the crotals, dancing, showing the opening at the sides of the garment)

Background imageDance Collection: Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)

Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)
8637170 Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho) by Smith, John Moyr (1839-1912); Private Collection; (add.info.: Dancing females, showing various arrangements of the chiton, diploidion, and himation)

Background imageDance Collection: Dancers in ancient Greece (litho)

Dancers in ancient Greece (litho)
8672931 Dancers in ancient Greece (litho) by German School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Dancers in ancient Greece)

Background imageDance Collection: Spartan dancers at the feast of Diana (litho)

Spartan dancers at the feast of Diana (litho)
8672809 Spartan dancers at the feast of Diana (litho) by German School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Spartan dancers at the feast of Diana)

Background imageDance Collection: Demolition of the 'Long Walls' at Athens, BC 404 (litho)

Demolition of the "Long Walls" at Athens, BC 404 (litho)
8660754 Demolition of the "Long Walls" at Athens, BC 404 (litho) by Gandy, Herbert (1857-1934); Private Collection; (add.info.: Demolition of the "Long Walls" at Athens, BC 404)

Background imageDance Collection: USA History: The revolt of the Sioux Indians. in North America

USA History: The revolt of the Sioux Indians. in North America. The dance of Espirits by Oglala Sioux at the Pine Ridge
5313594 USA History: The revolt of the Sioux Indians. in North America. The dance of Espirits by Oglala Sioux at the Pine Ridge Agency. Dakota Territory.; SeM Studio/UIG

Background imageDance Collection: Greece, La Chania, Crete: Arab Quarter, rue de la Barracks, a Bamboula

Greece, La Chania, Crete: Arab Quarter, rue de la Barracks, a Bamboula, African musician and dancer, 1906
LUX4765039 Greece, La Chania, Crete: Arab Quarter, rue de la Barracks, a Bamboula, African musician and dancer, 1906; (add.info.: Greece, La Chania, Crete: Arab Quarter, rue de la Barracks)

Background imageDance Collection: Ancient Greek terracotta dancing doll holding castanets (terracotta)

Ancient Greek terracotta dancing doll holding castanets (terracotta)
3330433 Ancient Greek terracotta dancing doll holding castanets (terracotta); (add.info.: Ancient Greek terracotta dancing doll holding castanets. Dated 4th Century BC.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageDance Collection: Greek dancing girl, 1827, after A. Colin. Handcoloured steel engraving by Hippolyte Pauquet

Greek dancing girl, 1827, after A. Colin. Handcoloured steel engraving by Hippolyte Pauquet from the Pauquet Brothers
FLO4686638 Greek dancing girl, 1827, after A. Colin. Handcoloured steel engraving by Hippolyte Pauquet from the Pauquet Brothers " Modes et Costumes Etrangers Anciens et Modernes"

Background imageDance Collection: Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)

Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)
8637080 Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho) by Smith, John Moyr (1839-1912); Private Collection; (add.info.: Female dancer with himation only, called, when thus worn, achiton, i.e. without chiton)

Background imageDance Collection: Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)

Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)
8637174 Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho) by Smith, John Moyr (1839-1912); Private Collection; (add.info.: Dancing females, showing various arrangements of the chiton, diploidion, and himation)

Background imageDance Collection: Ancient Greek music and dance (engraving)

Ancient Greek music and dance (engraving)
8635017 Ancient Greek music and dance (engraving) by German School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ancient Greek music and dance. Illustration from Hellas)

Background imageDance Collection: The Profligate Behaviour of Chares (litho)

The Profligate Behaviour of Chares (litho)
8660741 The Profligate Behaviour of Chares (litho) by Stewart, Allan (1865-1951); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Profligate Behaviour of Chares)

Background imageDance Collection: The Parnassus - Apollo playing the lira da braccio (the lyre of arms), Pegase appears behind him

The Parnassus - Apollo playing the lira da braccio (the lyre of arms), Pegase appears behind him
JEB4861576 The Parnassus - Apollo playing the lira da braccio (the lyre of arms), Pegase appears behind him. The nine muses Calliope (epic poesy), Clio (history), Erato (lyric art), Euterpe (music)

Background imageDance Collection: Kanellos dance group at ancient sites in Greece, 1929. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Kanellos dance group at ancient sites in Greece, 1929. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Kanellos dance group at ancient sites in Greece, 1929

Background imageDance Collection: Kanellos dance group at ancient sites in Greece, 1929. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Kanellos dance group at ancient sites in Greece, 1929. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Kanellos dance group at ancient sites in Greece, 1929

Background imageDance Collection: Elsie Dufour dancers, between 1918 and 1920. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Elsie Dufour dancers, between 1918 and 1920. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Elsie Dufour dancers, between 1918 and 1920

Background imageDance Collection: Costumes de Différents Pays, Homme de l'Isle de Siphanto, c1797

Costumes de Différents Pays, Homme de l'Isle de Siphanto, c1797. Creators: Jacques Grasset de Saint-Sauveur
Costumes de Differents Pays, Homme de l'Isle de Siphanto, c1797

Background imageDance Collection: Thebes Museum, Thivai, Greece, 2003. Creator: Ethel Davies

Thebes Museum, Thivai, Greece, 2003. Creator: Ethel Davies
Amphora of dancing figures and a sphinx, The Archaeological Museum of Thebes, depicting the history of Thebes from Neolitihic to Ottaman Times, Thiva, Greece, 2003

Background imageDance Collection: Terpsichore, 1592. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius

Terpsichore, 1592. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius
Terpsichore, 1592. From The Nine Muses, pl. 5



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Dance Collection

Dance in Greece is an integral part of the country's culture, with a long and varied history. Greek dance has been influenced by many cultures over the centuries, including the Byzantine Empire and Ottoman Empire. Traditional they are still popular today, such as the syrtos, kalamatianos, zeibekiko and sirtaki. They are often performed at weddings and festivals throughout Greece. Modern Greek it has been heavily influenced by Latin American styles such as salsa and tango. Greek dancers often combine traditional steps with modern music to create unique performances that reflect their culture's rich history. Dance in Greece is a vibrant art form that continues to evolve while staying true to its roots.
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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 Dance collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that captures the essence of traditional Greek dance. Our collection features vibrant images of dancers in colorful costumes, performing intricate steps to the beat of lively music. These captivating photographs showcase the beauty and grace of this ancient art form, which has been passed down through generations in Greece. Each print in the Dance collection is carefully crafted to capture every detail, from the intricate patterns on the dancers' costumes to their fluid movements as they twirl and spin across the stage. Whether you're looking for a bold statement piece or a subtle accent for your home or office, these prints are sure to impress. With its rich cultural heritage and timeless appeal, Greek dance continues to captivate audiences around the world. The Dance collection from Media Storehouse offers an exquisite selection of prints that celebrate this beloved tradition with style and sophistication.
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What are Dance (Greece Europe) art prints?

Dance art prints are a collection of stunning artworks that capture the beauty and grace of traditional Greek dance. These prints showcase various styles of dance, including the popular Syrtos, Kalamatianos, and Tsamiko dances. Each print is carefully crafted to highlight the intricate movements and vibrant costumes worn by the dancers. These art prints are perfect for anyone who loves Greek culture or wants to add a touch of elegance to their home decor. They make great gifts for friends and family members who appreciate fine art or have an interest in dance. We offer a wide selection of Dance art prints that are available in different sizes and formats. Whether you prefer canvas or paper prints, there is something for everyone. These high-quality prints are sure to impress with their vivid colors and attention to detail.
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What Dance (Greece Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of dance art prints from Greece and Europe. These prints showcase the beauty and elegance of various traditional dances, including Greek folk dances, ballet performances, flamenco dancing, and more. Each print is carefully curated to capture the essence of the dance form it represents. Whether you are looking for a stunning piece to adorn your living room or office space or seeking inspiration for your next creative project, we have something for everyone. From black-and-white photographs to vibrant color prints, our collection features an array of styles that cater to different tastes. In addition to offering high-quality art prints, Media Storehouse also provides customization options such as framing and sizing so that you can create a personalized piece that suits your needs perfectly. With their extensive selection of dance art prints from Greece and Europe, you're sure to find something that catches your eye.
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How do I buy Dance (Greece Europe) art prints?

To buy Dance art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. 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 enter your shipping and payment information. We offer a variety of sizes for their prints, so be sure to select the size that best fits your needs. We also offer different types of paper finishes such as glossy or matte. If you have any questions about purchasing Dance art prints from Media Storehouse, they have a customer service team available via email or phone who are happy to assist with any inquiries. Buying art prints from Media Storehouse is a simple and straightforward process that allows you to easily add beautiful pieces of artwork to your home or office decor.
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How much do Dance (Greece Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Dance 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, and framed prints that are perfect for adding a touch of elegance to any room or space. The cost of our Dance art prints is competitive and affordable, making it easy for anyone to own a beautiful piece of artwork without breaking the bank. We take pride in offering top-notch customer service and ensuring that all our customers receive their orders promptly and securely packaged. Whether you're looking for a small print to hang on your wall or a large canvas to make a statement, we have something for everyone at Media Storehouse.
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How will my Dance (Greece Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Dance art prints to you. Our standard delivery method is via postal service, which ensures that your artwork arrives safely and securely at your doorstep. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect the prints during transit. For larger orders or special requests, we may use a courier service for delivery. This allows us to provide a more personalized and efficient service for our customers. We also offer international shipping options for customers outside of Greece and Europe. Please note that additional charges may apply depending on the destination country. Our goal is to ensure that you receive your Dance art prints in perfect condition and as quickly as possible so that you can enjoy them right away.