The dancer Nikolska in the Parthenon (1929), photographed by Elli Seraïdari (Nelly's)

The dancer Nikolska in the Parthenon, photographed by Elli Seraïdari,

Nelly Souyioultzoglou, 1929 "Nikolska, a hungarian dancer at the Parthenon, Acropolis-Athens, Greece"

Nelly’s [Elli Souyioultzoglou-Seraidari] -Nikolska, a hungarian dancer at the Parthenon, Acropolis-Athens, Greece

The Hungarian dancer Nikolska at the Parthenon, Athens, 1929 (b/w photo) by Greek Photographer (20th Century) Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece/ The Bridgeman Art Library

Nelly photographs dancer Mona Paeva, naked at the Acropolis, 1928

Nelly’s [Elli Souyioultzoglou-Seraidari] -Nikolska, a hungarian dancer at the Parthenon, Acropolis-Athens, Greece -1929

Nelly’s [Elli Souyioultzoglou-Seraidari] -Nikolska, a hungarian dancer at the Parthenon, Acropolis-Athens, Greece -1929

Nelly Nikolska at the Acropolis / Nelly's view of Greece. Her photos appeared in official tourist publications circulated abroad contributing to creating the earliest visual symbols of Greece’s "philosophy regarding tourism". She systematically depicted ancient monuments and sites. Her experiments with natural light and her photographs of ancient temples are still true masterpieces.

Nelly's Mona Paeva at the Acropolis Elli Sougioultzoglou-Seraidari AKA "Nelly's", photographer Greece

Nelly's (Elli Souyioultzoglou-Seraidari), Hungarian dancer Nikolska at the Parthenon. on ArtStack #nelly-s-elli-souyioultzoglou-seraidari #art

Nelly's (Elli Souyioultzoglou-Seraidari), Hungarian dancer Nikolska at the Parthenon. on ArtStack

Nelly's: Η Ουγγαρέζα χορεύτρια Nikolska στον Παρθενώνα (Αθήνα 1929) -

Some of the most famous works of Greek photographer Nelly (Elli Seraidari) ar.

Nelly's... Η Ουγγαρέζα χορεύτρια Nikolska στον Παρθενώνα Αθήνα, 1929 Φωτογραφικό Αρχείο Μουσείου Μπενάκη

Nelly's: The Hungarian dancer Nikolska the Parthenon.

Nelly - The dancer Nikolska on the Acropolis, Athens, 1929/kalid paola

Elli Souyioultzoglou-Seraïdari [aka Nelly’s] :: Hungarian dancer Nikolska at the Acropolis, Athens, Greece, 1929 / via madivinecomedie

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