• Lisa Yost

    Swan Lake Rehearsals, American Ballet

  • shoellerulrichm

    [ the hard , steady work of creating beauty : ballet dancers rehearse , 1936 ] alfred eisenstaedt ; time & life pictures / getty images " scene at the school of american ballet , new york , 1936 " #timelifepictures #gettyimages #alfredeisenstaedt

  • pupu Style

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  • Vincent Blue

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  • Samantha Fowler

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