Anna Pavlova with the Imperial Ballet of Russia;1931

Anna Pavlova with the Imperial Ballet Of Russia. Pavlova's increasing fame allowed further acceptance of the shorter skirt .

Anna Pavlova, as Giselle in London, 1924

Anna Pavlova as 'Giselle' - 1924 - London - Mlle: Anna Pavlova as 'Giselle' - 1924 - London - Mlle

Anna Pavlova, 1927. Theatre Des Champs Elysees, Paris, James Abbe. - Pinned by blocked pinner Deidré Wallace to Dance - Images and Photography - 19.9.2013 - 3 repins 2 likes - http://www.pinterest.com/pin/251568329158673484/

Legendary Russian Ballerina Anna Pavlova - 1927 - Theatre Des Champs Elysees, Paris - Photo by James Abbe

Belle Époque Romantic Ballet Dancer Fancy Glamour Elegant Pose in Pink Feminine Dress by Reutlinger Original RARE 1900s Hand Tinted Postcard

Belle Époque Romantic Ballet Dancer Fancy Glamour Elegant Pose in Pink Feminine Dress by Reutlinger Original RARE 1900s Hand Tinted Postcard

Belle Époque Romantic Ballet Dancer Fancy Glamour Elegant Pose in Pink Feminine Dress by Reutlinger Original RARE Hand Tinted Photo Postcard.

Anna Pavlova

Early ballerina skirts were heavy, voluminous affairs that severely restricted the dancer's movements. Fortunately, by the early twentieth century, skirts were raised to the knees to showcase pointe work.

Tamara Karsavina.Тамара Карсавина Жизель

there was a vast Empire, stretching from the beaches of the Crimea to deep Siberian forest.

Anna Pavlova made her company debut at the Maryinsky on September 19, 1899. Competition from her contemporaries and near-contemporaries was marked, yet Anna Pavlova soon claimed as her own a loyal sector of Maryinsky balletomanes, who recognized in the young dancer an extraordinarily poetic and expressive quality.

"Дон Кихот" в движении: лучшие балетные постановки разных лет

"Anna Pavlova, presumably the most prominent Russian ballerina, won acclaim in not in the least due to her performance in Don Quixote. Photo: Anna Pavlova performing in Don Quixote.

Anna Pavlova posed in costume for her ballet Rondino, possibly performed by her company in 1914. Photographs by Mishkin.

Portraits of a Dancer, 1914 Anna Pavlova posed in costume for her ballet Rondino, possibly performed by her company in Photographs by Mishkin.

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