Tatiana Riabouchinska, ballerina, ca. 1938 / photographer Maurice Seymour, Chicago

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    One of he three "Baby Ballernas" Riabouchinska toured Australia to great acclaim with De Basil's Ballets Russes around the start of World War II

    Format: Silver gelatin photograph

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    1. Valdormar [deleted] 48 months ago | reply

      It gets no better. What a face..

    2. Tashunka Witko (alias CP) 48 months ago | reply

      splendido viso e ottima tecnica!!!

    3. rockcompany 48 months ago | reply

      Belo retrato!

    4. Udayan Kapur 48 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous lady !!!

    5. artland 48 months ago | reply

      Congratulations!
      This is a wonderful shot!
      You are invited to post it to:


      artland

    6. samhain night 48 months ago | reply

      Wow, she and this photograph are stunning...

    7. Mike | MP-P 48 months ago | reply

      Beautiful, timeless portrait.

    8. camila-javiera 48 months ago | reply

      esas cejas tan finurris oye

    9. Savannah105 48 months ago | reply

      lovely shot i like it-

    10. lifeinvector [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

      That soft shine on her cheek & lips... sigh.

    11. kings, heroes and the street 46 months ago | reply

      I'd say that's just about a perfect portrait.
      absolutely lovely.

    12. Pete Tillman 17 months ago | reply

      Wow. Added to
      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tatiana_Riabouchinska

      -- which has another of your photos. Thanks for posting these!

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