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  1.   soyouthinkyoucansee:

Phyllis Bendells by Bassano July 1916

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    Phyllis Bendells by Bassano July 1916

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  2.   soyouthinkyoucansee:

Pearl Argyle 2 by Paul Tanquernay 1933

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    Pearl Argyle 2 by Paul Tanquernay 1933

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  3.   Yvette Chauviré (born April 22, 1917)
French prima ballerina

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    Yvette Chauviré (born April 22, 1917)

    French prima ballerina

  4.   vintagegal:

“The Violet Butterfly” by John Garth 1930’s

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    “The Violet Butterfly” by John Garth 1930’s

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  5.   felixinclusis:

theartofanimation: Lucien-Henri Weiluc

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    theartofanimationLucien-Henri Weiluc

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  6.   Hanes Stockings Advertisement

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    Hanes Stockings Advertisement

  7.   Ballerina on a break 1955

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    Ballerina on a break 1955

  8.   Karen Kain
by Yousuf Karsh

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    Karen Kain

    by Yousuf Karsh

  9.   Vintage Book Cover

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    Vintage Book Cover

  10.   dreaminparis:

Underwater ballerina’s

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    Underwater ballerina’s

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  11.   Random Vintage

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    Random Vintage

  12.   vintagegal:

Harper’s Bazaar Magazine 1962

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    Harper’s Bazaar Magazine 1962

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  13.   vintagegal:

Ernestine Myers by Alfred Cheney Johnston c. 1920’s

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    Ernestine Myers by Alfred Cheney Johnston c. 1920’s

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  14.   bohemea:

“Play the last measure very softly.”
- Anna Pavlova’s final words
Anna Pavlova died of pleurisy when she was 49. She was told that she would die unless she had an operation, but that the operation would leave her incapable of dancing. She said, “If I can’t dance then I’d rather be dead.” She died in bed while holding her Dying Swan costume in her arms.

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    “Play the last measure very softly.”

    - Anna Pavlova’s final words

    Anna Pavlova died of pleurisy when she was 49. She was told that she would die unless she had an operation, but that the operation would leave her incapable of dancing. She said, “If I can’t dance then I’d rather be dead.” She died in bed while holding her Dying Swan costume in her arms.

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  15.   Unknown Ballerina

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    Unknown Ballerina