Anna Pavlova

My inspiration into ballet, Anna Pavlova and her legendary Dying Swan from Swan Lake.

Anna Pavlova 1914,

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Anna Pavlova

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Barbara Morgan, Martha Graham--Letter to the World (kick), gift of Lloyd B. Morgan, © Barbara Morgan, The Barbara Morgan Archive (photo: Landis)

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Anna Pavlova was a Russian prima ballerina of the late centuries. She was a principal artist of the Imperial Russian Ballet and the Ballets Russes of Sergei Diaghilev.

Bassano, Anna Pavlova, whole-plate glass negative, 28 June 1920, © National Portrait Gallery, London

blueblackdream:Bassano, Anna Pavlova, whole-plate glass negative, 28 June © National Portrait Gallery, London

Anna Pavlova costumed as The dying swan 2 Anna Pavlova in costume for The Dying Swan, c.1910s

The Dying Swan (originally The Swan) is a ballet choreographed by Mikhail Fokine in 1905 to Camille Saint-Saëns's cello solo Le Cygne from.

The grave of ballerina Marie Tagioni at the Montmartre cemetery in Paris, where young dancers still leave their dancing shoes and flowers. Marie Taglioni pioneered the en pointe style of dance which characterises ballet today

Something quite interesting.The grave of ballerina Marie Tagioni at the Montmartre cemetery in Paris, where young dancers still leave their dancing shoes and flowers. Marie Taglioni pioneered the en pointe style of dance which characterizes ballet today

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