Studies from the Russian ballet, London: The Fine Art Society 1913.


Tamara Karsavina, Le Spectre de la Rose. Russian Ballet. Dance costume. Famous Opera
Tamara Karsavina, Le Spectre de la Rose, London, 1911

Studies from the Russian ballet, London: The Fine Art Society 1913.

By E.O. Hoppé and Auguste Bert.

List of Plates:

  • Tamara Karsavina in Le Pavillon d’Armide, London, 1911.
  • Adolf Bolm and Tamara Karsavina in Thamar, London, 1912.
  • Tamara Karsavina and Adolf Bolm in the Firebird, London, 1911
  • Tamara Karsavina in the Firebird, London, 1911
  • Vaslav Nijinsky in Le Spectre de la Rose, 1911.
  • Vaslav Nijinsky in Scheherazade, 1911.
  • Sofia Fedorova in Cleopatra, London, 1911.
  • Sofia Fedorova in Prince Igor, London, 1911.
  • Adolf Bolm in Thamar, London, 1912.
  • Adolf Bolm in Prince Igor, London, 1911.
  • Adolf Bolm in Le Carnaval, London, 1910.
  • Adolf Bolm in the Firebird, London, 1911.

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