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Ballerinae of Note
 
 

 

Janet Collins. First Black Prima Ballerina, 1917

From Crinolyn

 

 
 

Markova dancing in Sugar Plum Fairy

Offered and optimized by Sylvia Marie

 

Anna Pavlova

 

Interpretative painting (artist unidentified) of

Anna Pavlova (1885-1931) Dying swan in Swan Lake

Enhanced by Sylvia Marie       Ballet area

 


Ballerinae Svetlana Zahkarova (L)

and Maria Doval (R)

From Abby Rhodes

 

 


Ballerina Ana Turazashvili

...in an exceptional tutu

Sent by Abby Rhodes

 

 

 

Tamara Karsavina as Columbine

Sent by Abby Rhodes

 

 

 

Ballerina Vera Zorina sitting on camera dolly, in costume, as husband, choreographer George Balanchine, & cinematographer James Wong Howe stand behind her on set of film On Your Toes (1939).

Offered and optimized by Sylvia Marie

 

 

Marianela Nuñez (Princess Aurora)
with The Royal Ballet in "The Sleeping Beauty"

(Hoop tutu)

 

"An article from Sunday News (3-26-17) tells us about pretty ballerina
Misty Copeland’s new fitness book while giving us a nice poses Pond lovers will approve.

Lots more about Misty (American Ballet Theater) at her site.

From Ken R.

 

 

Anastasia Limenko in
"Don Quixote"

From Abby Rhodes

Ballerina area

 

Ballerina Elena
Alexandrovna Smirnova, Early c20th


    From
Crinolyn   
 

 

From Nancy N., Royal Ballet's Francesca Hayward

Source    

 

Sylvie Guillem, a famous French dancer, now retired from the Paris Opera.

Some really believe she is the only ballerina who can lift her leg so easily and in such an upright position!

She is not only a very beautiful woman, but also a very clever dancer, to wit."
 

 

 

Mary Vi and Anna Tikhonirova
of the Bolshoi Ballet

From John N.
Details from Karl K. 

 

Victorian ballerina
Adelina
Genée (1878-1970)

From Kristi

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