Ruth St Denis in The Greek Veil Plastique. Used in vaudevil...

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    Digital ID: DEN_0463V. Ruth St Denis in The Greek Veil Plastique. Used in vaudeville act.. Witzel -- Photographer. 1918.

    Notes: National Endowment for the Arts Millennium Project.

    Source: Denishawn Collection (more info)

    Repository: The New York Public Library. The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Jerome Robbins Dance Division.

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    1. ☼Kate☼ 92 months ago | reply

      What a beauty!

    2. nonamepixie 91 months ago | reply

      Her dress is so elegant!

    3. MARCO A. DE LA ROSA [deleted] 91 months ago | reply

      I love great work

    4. cqgloomsunday 91 months ago | reply

      Very beautiful

    5. elemenopea 91 months ago | reply

      ruth st. denis was such an inspiration. she was a pioneer of modern dance!! martha graham trained under her at denishawn.
      ugh. she was so extravagant!!

    6. Dns. 91 months ago | reply

      Ohhh ! very nice her name is like mine lol .. love it

    7. charmingthings 90 months ago | reply

      This is fantastic picture!

    8. A_Flama 89 months ago | reply

      Incredible!!! Love this kind of antique :D

    9. 89 months ago | reply

      hwish i could posed like this....

    10. Temari 09 89 months ago | reply

      Thank you so very much for sharing this fabulous image of Ruth St. Denis.

      I used it here:
      Dragon tamer.

    11. Doll boy 88 months ago | reply

      what a gorgeous pic

    12. anicica 76 months ago | reply

      :X love it .

    13. YAVESH 62 months ago | reply

      so lovely

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