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Dancers Collection

"Dancers: Capturing the Rhythm and Elegance of Movement" Step into the enchanting world of dancers, where passion and grace intertwine

Background imageDancers Collection: The Dancers of Variety in 1928

The Dancers of Variety in 1928. Evelyn Kindler (top left) with the Libby dancers on the Kieth vaudeville circuit, Jeanne Upham (top right) in vaudeville

Background imageDancers Collection: El Jaleo, 1882. Artist: Sargent, John Singer (1856-1925)

El Jaleo, 1882. Artist: Sargent, John Singer (1856-1925)
El Jaleo, 1882. Found in the collection of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston

Background imageDancers Collection: Dee Dee Wilde, Dancer with Pans People Dance Troupe

Dee Dee Wilde, Dancer with Pans People Dance Troupe, which performs on BBC Television Programme, Top of the Pops, pictured dancing The Do, Mirror Studios, London, Friday 20th June 1975

Background imageDancers Collection: Members of Pans People Dance Troupe, model lingerie for the Mirror, Studio Pix

Members of Pans People Dance Troupe, model lingerie for the Mirror, Studio Pix, London, 28th October 1974. Pictured, dancers Louise Clarke, Dee Dee Wilde and Cherry Gillespie

Background imageDancers Collection: Fairies dance in a circle - Fairy Ring

Fairies dance in a circle - Fairy Ring
He whistled to the merry elves, Were leaping in a ring

Background imageDancers Collection: The Dolly Sisters, New York

The Dolly Sisters, New York
The Dolly Sisters in the Greenwich Village Follies, New York, 1924. Photograph by Alfred Cheney Johnston 1924

Background imageDancers Collection: Rock n Roll Dancing

Rock n Roll Dancing
Two young things in full 1950s attire, partake in a bit of Rock n Roll dancing

Background imageDancers Collection: Irish Dancers

Irish Dancers
A crowd watching girls performing traditional Irish dancing at Killybegs, County Donegal, Ireland

Background imageDancers Collection: Ballet dancers rehearsing Coppelia

Ballet dancers rehearsing Coppelia
Ballet dancers from the French Academie de Musique et de Danse rehearsing Coppelia (music by Delibes). Mademoiselle Carlotta Zambelli, Italian dancer and teacher, is in pink on the left

Background imageDancers Collection: People dancing flamenco in the street, Seville, Spain

People dancing flamenco in the street, Seville, Spain
People dancing flamenco in the street in traditional costume, Seville, Spain. circa 1930s

Background imageDancers Collection: Dancer, c. 1874. Artist: Degas, Edgar (1834-1917)

Dancer, c. 1874. Artist: Degas, Edgar (1834-1917)
Dancer, c. 1874. Found in the collection of the State Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Background imageDancers Collection: Tango. Watercolor by Marcel Vertes (1895-1961) published

Tango. Watercolor by Marcel Vertes (1895-1961) published in l Illustration on November 26, 1925. Watercolour

Background imageDancers Collection: Windmill Theatre Owner Miss Sheila Van Dam watches as the curtain comes down over

Windmill Theatre Owner Miss Sheila Van Dam watches as the curtain comes down over the legs of the Windmill Girl Dancers for the last time today as the era of the famous Windmill Theatre London comes

Background imageDancers Collection: An American In Paris 1951 1950s France Gene Kelly, Georges Cuetary musicals MGM Metro

An American In Paris 1951 1950s France Gene Kelly, Georges Cuetary musicals MGM Metro Goldwyn Mayer

Background imageDancers Collection: Bulgarian Peasants Dance

Bulgarian Peasants Dance
Bulgarian peasants perform a traditional dance before village elders and interested tourists

Background imageDancers Collection: George Walker and Ada Overton Walker in In Dahomey

George Walker and Ada Overton Walker in In Dahomey
Miss Ada Overton Walker and Mr George Walker, performing " The Tsar of Dixie" a song in the play In Dahomey at the Shaftesbury Theatre in 1903

Background imageDancers Collection: The Dolly Sisters in the Casino de Paris show Paris New York, 1927 Date: 1927

The Dolly Sisters in the Casino de Paris show Paris New York, 1927 Date: 1927

Background imageDancers Collection: Dancers, Pink and Green, ca. 1890. Creator: Edgar Degas

Dancers, Pink and Green, ca. 1890. Creator: Edgar Degas
Dancers, Pink and Green, ca. 1890

Background imageDancers Collection: The exclusive private-members Kit Cat Club by Fish

The exclusive private-members Kit Cat Club by Fish
The exclusive private-members Kit Cat Club in Haymarket, London with diners taking to the dancefloor dancing by synthetic moonlight to those saddening, maddening melodies

Background imageDancers Collection: Photo of The Dolly Sisters

Photo of The Dolly Sisters
Black and white photograph of popular revue stars the Dolly Sisters in the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News of 19th December 1925

Background imageDancers Collection: The carnival in the port of Spain, Trinidad

The carnival in the port of Spain, Trinidad, 1888. People cavort in fancy dress through the street, some playing banjos, others brandishing what looks like bladders on sticks

Background imageDancers Collection: Margot Fonteyn repairing her ballet shoes

Margot Fonteyn repairing her ballet shoes
Margot Fonteyn (1919-1991), British ballet dancer, pictured at her Kensington home repairing her ballet shoes around the time she danced the role of Aurora in Sleeping Beauty at a Royal Command Gala

Background imageDancers Collection: The Dolly Sisters, Paris

The Dolly Sisters, Paris
The Dolly Sisters wearing creations by Jean Patou in La Valse Lumineuse, Paris En Fleurs, Casino de Paris, Paris, 1925 1925

Background imageDancers Collection: The Dance 1929 1920s USA Vera Forkina magazines maws

The Dance 1929 1920s USA Vera Forkina magazines maws

Background imageDancers Collection: The Dolly Sisters wearing Lucile gowns

The Dolly Sisters wearing Lucile gowns in the I Love Thou Lovest number, League of Notions, London, 1921 1921

Background imageDancers Collection: Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers - still from the Radio Picture Ltd production Shall We Dance?

Background imageDancers Collection: Fred and Adele Astaire in Stop Flirting

Fred and Adele Astaire in Stop Flirting
Fred and Adele Astaire starring with Majorie Gordon in the successful show, Stop Flirting which opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London in 1923 and moved to the Queens Theatre a few months later

Background imageDancers Collection: Highland dancing competition, Skye Highland Games, Portree, Isle of Skye

Highland dancing competition, Skye Highland Games, Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageDancers Collection: Label, Victoria, Murcia

Label, Victoria, Murcia
Label from the HOTEL VICTORIA, MURCIA (Spain) features Spanish dancers

Background imageDancers Collection: Tango, 1912. Dance originating in Argentina that

Tango, 1912. Dance originating in Argentina that was introduced in Europe after World War I

Background imageDancers Collection: Young North Africans dancing on the Paris Quais

Young North Africans dancing on the Paris Quais
Young North Africans (from Algeria) dance on the Paris Quais. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageDancers Collection: Mr Fezziwigs Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London)

Mr Fezziwigs Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London)
Mr Fezziwigs Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London, 1843). This novella was the earliest and most popular of Dickens Christmas stories

Background imageDancers Collection: The Dance 1928 1920s USA Joyce Coles magazines womens celebrity famous maws

The Dance 1928 1920s USA Joyce Coles magazines womens celebrity famous maws

Background imageDancers Collection: Dolly Sisters and chorus in Diamond tableaux

Dolly Sisters and chorus in Diamond tableaux
The Dolly Sisters wearing creations by Jean Patou and chorus in the tableaux La Mine Diamants (Diamond Mine), Paris En Fleurs, Casino de Paris, Paris, 1925 1925

Background imageDancers Collection: Music cover for Two Marionettes Polka

Music cover for Two Marionettes Polka, composed by May Ostlere. Two puppets (without strings!) are depicted dancing on a small stage, framed by red and gold curtains

Background imageDancers Collection: Zulu tribal dance group, Dumazula Cultural Village, South Africa, Africa

Zulu tribal dance group, Dumazula Cultural Village, South Africa, Africa

Background imageDancers Collection: The Windmill Theatre, 1940

The Windmill Theatre, 1940
Eric Woodburn, seated at the piano, rehearses along with the girls of the Revudeville company at the Windmill Theatre, London. 1940

Background imageDancers Collection: Christmas card, Shakespearean jesters

Christmas card, Shakespearean jesters
Christmas Card - May you be merry and lack nothing (based on a quotation from Shakespeares Henry IV Part 2) - two medieval jesters dancing. circa 1935

Background imageDancers Collection: Tamara Karsavina and Michel Fokine in The Firebird, 1910 (b / w photo)

Tamara Karsavina and Michel Fokine in The Firebird, 1910 (b / w photo)
XJF342482 Tamara Karsavina and Michel Fokine in The Firebird, 1910 (b/w photo) by French Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageDancers Collection: Graceful Line Of Beach Dancers

Graceful Line Of Beach Dancers
Long Beach, California: March 16, 1934. Dancers trained by Lillian Newman staging an outdoor tableux on the beach

Background imageDancers Collection: La Vie Parisienne 1931 1930s France cc gay lesbians dancers party

La Vie Parisienne 1931 1930s France cc gay lesbians dancers party

Background imageDancers Collection: Sketch of the Dolly Sisters, Paris

Sketch of the Dolly Sisters, Paris
Illustration of the Dolly Sisters by Zig for a promotional leaflet for Paris - New York, Casino de Paris, 1927 1927

Background imageDancers Collection: Four ballerinas on a music sheet

Four ballerinas on a music sheet
Four ballerinas depicted on a music sheet, performing The Celebrated Pas de Quatre, composed by Jules Perrot, as danced at Her Majestys Theatre, London, on 12 July 1845

Background imageDancers Collection: Highland Fling by Florence Hardy

Highland Fling by Florence Hardy
Two children, dressed in traditional costume, dance an energetic Highland fling

Background imageDancers Collection: The Mevlevi, (Whirling Dervishes) performing the Sufi dance, Istanbul, Turkey, Europe

The Mevlevi, (Whirling Dervishes) performing the Sufi dance, Istanbul, Turkey, Europe

Background imageDancers Collection: Indonesian Dancers

Indonesian Dancers
Two royal court dancers performing the female style of Javanese dance. The bent knees, flexed wrists and refined movements are characteristic of this style

Background imageDancers Collection: Ballet dancers exercising

Ballet dancers exercising at the French Academie de Musique et de Danse. (2 of 2)

Background imageDancers Collection: The Dance Class, 1873-74 (oil on canvas)

The Dance Class, 1873-74 (oil on canvas)
XOS1127595 The Dance Class, 1873-74 (oil on canvas) by Degas, Edgar (1834-1917); 83.5x77.2 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: Class conducted by Jules Perrot)



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"Dancers: Capturing the Rhythm and Elegance of Movement" Step into the enchanting world of dancers, where passion and grace intertwine. From the vibrant streets of 1920s France to the sultry tango halls of Argentina, these artists have mesmerized audiences throughout history. In La Vie Parisienne's illustrious pages from 1923, C. Herouard's captivating illustrations transport us to a bygone era filled with sensuality and allure. The erotica dancing cats come alive, their movements mirroring those of their human counterparts. Travel back even further to El Jaleo in 1882, as John Singer Sargent immortalizes the intensity and fervor of Spanish flamenco dancers. Their fiery expressions ignite our souls as they stomp their feet in rhythmic unison. The Tango, originating in Argentina in 1912, seduces us with its passionate embrace. This dance form transcends borders and cultures; it is an expression of desire that knows no boundaries. Across the Atlantic Ocean lies New York City, home to The Dolly Sisters - two glamorous icons who captivated audiences with their dazzling performances during the early 20th century. Their charm radiated on stage like stars illuminating Broadway. As rock 'n' roll took over America in the mid-20th century, dancers grooved to its infectious beats. They embodied rebellion and freedom through their energetic moves that shook society's foundations. Meanwhile, Irish dancers showcased centuries-old traditions passed down through generations. With lightning-fast footwork and spirited melodies echoing through their bodies, they celebrated Ireland's rich cultural heritage on stages worldwide. Gene Kelly brought his magic across continents in "An American In Paris" (1951), transporting us to post-war France where he danced alongside Georges Cuetary against a backdrop painted by MGM Metro musicals. Their synchronized steps told stories without uttering a single word. Ballet dancers rehearsing Coppelia epitomize elegance and discipline.