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  • drawing

    Scene with a Maypole Dance; figures dancing around a maypole by a large tree, with spectators scattered round, houses beyond Brush drawing in brown wash, over graphite

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Edward Henry Corbould (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1816-1905
  • drawing

    A village dance; couple sit under shade of tree in left foreground kissing, behind and to right villagers dance to music played by man in centre who plays flute and bangs drum Pen and brown ink with brown wash

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Anonymous (Formerly attributed to); John Partridge (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1790-1872
  • drawing

    Three female figures dancing; nude figures, wearing drapery and holding hands dancing on the shore, behind, a rowing boat with sail Bodycolour and white, on brown paper

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Walter Crane (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1845-1915
  • El vito; print

    Young woman dancing amongst group of figures, some with instruments; proof Crayon lithograph

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Francisco de Goya (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1810s-1820s
  • print

    The country dance; a couple dancing, a woman playing the tambourine, other countrymen sitting, one of them playing the bagpipes, in a woody landscape with three goats in the foreground; large version. c.1637 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1637
  • print

    The country dance; a couple dancing, a woman playing the tambourine, other countrymen sitting, one of them playing the bagpipes, in a woody landscape; small version. c.1637 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1637
  • print

    The country dance; a couple dancing, a woman playing the tambourine, other countrymen sitting, one of them playing the bagpipes, in a woody landscape with three goats on the foreground; small version. c.1637 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1637
  • print

    The dance on the river-bank; a couple dancing to the sound of a musette, with other couples watching, goats, cows, a tower and a water mill. c.1634 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1634
  • print

    Twelve children dancing, the one on the right holding a tambourine. 1517 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Domenico Campagnola (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1517
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    La Récompense villageoise; print

    Landscape with a country dance, with figures gathered beneath trees, cattle at left; a bridge in the distance, a bit to the right; Marigny's coat of arms in the margin; before letter Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (After); Jacques Philippe Le Bas (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1746-1773
  • print

    The Morris Dance; in the centre, before a window stands a young woman, holding a ring; on either side of the room stand a jester and a musician, while three men are dancing; spectators glance through the window; second state Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Israhel van Meckenem (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1465-1500
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    L'Oeuvre d'Antoine Watteau Peintre du Roy; Recueil Jullienne; La Contredanse; print

    Landscape with group of young men and women sitting and watching a couple dancing. 1731 Etching with some engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Etienne Brion (Print made by); Antoine Watteau (After)
    • Production date: 1731
    • Production place: Paris
  • print

    Dance of Fauns and bacchantes; right half with a woman dancing between two fauns playing a panpipe and a horn. 1516 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Agostino Veneziano (Print made by); Marcantonio (After)
    • Production date: 1516
  • print

    Dance of fauns and bacchantes; two women each side of a faun playing on two pipes. c.1516 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Marcantonio (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1515-1516
  • The Dancers at a Wedding; print

    A gentle-man and a lady walking; both richly dressed. Woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Sebald Beham (Print made by); Hans Guldenmundt (Published by); Hans Schäufelein (Formerly attributed to)
    • Production date: 1535
    • Production place: Nuremberg
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    W 42nd St NY 8pm; Dancers West 42nd Street; print

    Three nude women dancing in shadows, foreground right figure with hand on hip and back to viewer, left in high heels and bending over, background with left arm raised. 1985 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Bill Jacklin (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1985
  • print

    Landscape with sixteen men and women dancing in a circle in foreground, a boy sits between the branches of a tree playing a pipe, trees and a large house beyond; after Peter Paul Rubens Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Leo van Heil (Print made by); Leo van Heil (Published by); Peter Paul Rubens (After)
    • Production date: 1630-1660
  • print

    A family of satyrs by a tree; one plays the pipes while four children dance Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Matteo Cadorin (Published by); Giulio Carpioni (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1640-1660
  • print

    Two dancing couples; the male figure of the couple on the right vomitting; a building on r. Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Daniel Lindtmayer (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1570-1606
  • Die Römischen Ansichten; Vigna del Belvedere d'Olevano; print

    Vintagers partying in a lush landscape, some are dancing, others playing musical instruments; man on a donkey approaching from left; third plate of the series. 1810 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Joseph Anton Koch (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1810
  • The Dancer; print

    whole-length woman in profile to left wearing black dress and hat, dancing with hand on hip and looking toward audience, black frame. 1952 Linocut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Fred Williams (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1952
  • print

    Cartouche with three women and three men facing each other and dancing, in a landscape, surrounded by men and women; the plate is pasted on a sheet, and the missing parts of the cartouche have been completed in black ink Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Stefano della Bella (Print made by); Jacques Callot (Formerly attributed to)
    • Production date: 1625-1664
  • print

    Landscape with villagers dancing around a bagpiper who stands in an elevated poistion under a tree, after a picnic, the bagpiper is listening to a pipe played by a shephard who plays to his sheep in the background Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Georges Reverdy (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1540-1560
  • print

    Three pairs of dancers, on a fan; at centre of a landscape, three pairs of dancers facing each other, women to left and men to right, surrounded by spectators and musicians; on a fan shaped as an elaborate oval. c.1636 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Stefano della Bella (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1633-1638
  • Dancers and Musicians; print

    Plate 2: A bearded man dancing with a veiled woman; the male figure at left in profile to right, setting one foot in front of the other; the female figure at right in three-quarter profile to left; from a series of ten plates of dancing...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Jörg Breu II (After); Virgil Solis (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1539-1562
  • Dancers and Musicians; print

    Plate 5: A dancing couple; the male figure at left in frontal view, the head in profile to right, his arms akimbo; the female figure at right in three-quarter profile to left, stepping to left; from a series of ten plates of dancing...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Jörg Breu II (After); Virgil Solis (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1539-1562
  • Dancers and Musicians; print

    Plate 6: A dancing couple; the male figure at left in profile to right, stepping to right; the female figure at right turned slightly to right, the head in three-quarter profile to left; from a series of ten plates of dancing couples,...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Jörg Breu II (After); Virgil Solis (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1539-1562
  • Neapolitan Dance; print

    A man and a woman dance to a guitar and castanets, with other dancers and the bay of Naples in the background; an early state before letter and much extra shading. c.1773/5 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: David Allan (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1773-1775
  • print

    A fête champêtre, with three figures dancing at centre, musicians playing music at left, and Pulcinello standing at right Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Charles Nicolas Cochin fils (After)
    • Production date: 1730-1790
  • The Dancers at a Wedding; print

    A gentle-man and a lady walking; both richly dressed; copy of a woodcut by Beham. Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Sebald Beham (After); W von Franken (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1808
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    Figures de différents caractères, de Paysages, et d'Etudes dessinées d'après nature par Antoine Watteau; Recueil Jullienne; print

    Plate 102: male figure, standing whole-length, and dancing with arms outstretched to sides, and left leg forward; on white ground. 1717/26 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: François Boucher (Print made by); Antoine Watteau (After)
    • Production date: 1717-1726
  • Mr Leviez; print

    Portrait of Charles Leviez seen bust-length slightly to right in oval frame, head turned to face l, wearing black ribbon around neck and fur cloak over his right shoulder; published state with black ribbon around the neck. 1763 Mezzotint

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Johann Aegidius Eccardt (After); James McArdell (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1763-1765
  • print

    Rustic dance in an interior; a couple dancing a jig in the foreground, the man holding a large tankard decorated with a head, the woman on the right, holding up a tall cup; a man playing a viol sitting behind to left and a woman sitting in...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Anonymous (Print made by); David Teniers the Younger (After)
    • Production date: 1680-1720
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    Une matinée; Les Artistes Anciens et Modernes; print

    Plate 29: a Bacchanal in a forest clearing, with dancing nymphs and some male figures, tall trees in the background; after Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot Lithograph on grey chine collé Lithograph, on chine collé

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Bertauts (Printed by); Camille Corot (After); Louis Français (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1850-1862
    • Production place: Paris
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    Le soir; print

    Bacchic scene in woodland, with, in the foreground, at left, a nymph dancing and a satyr playing tambourine; beyond, more dancing figures; a pond at right, and forest beyond Lithograph on chine collé

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Camille Corot (After); Lemercier & Cie (Printed by); Librairie Artistique (Published by); Émile Vernier (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1845-1887
    • Production place: Paris; Paris
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A couple dancing; from a series of thirteen plates showing wedding dancers Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Cornelis Bos (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1556
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A couple dancing; from a series of thirteen plates showing wedding dancers Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Cornelis Bos (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1556
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A couple dancing; from a series of thirteen plates showing wedding dancers Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Cornelis Bos (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1556
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A couple dancing; from a series of thirteen plates showing wedding dancers Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Cornelis Bos (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1556
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A couple dancing; from a series of thirteen plates showing wedding dancers Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Cornelis Bos (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1556
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    La rosée du matin; print

    Morning dew, after Prud'hon, personified by nude female figure crowned with flowers and dancing on a river-bank, a drapery twirling around her; published in 'Artistes Modernes' Lithograph

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Ledot jeune (Published by); Lemercier & Cie (Printed by); Eugène Louis Pirodon (Print made by); Pierre Paul Prud'hon (After)
    • Production date: 1839-1908
    • Production place: Paris
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    Rustick Dance; print

    Two girls and a man dancing to left, piper to right, with two older figures behind standing in doorway; after a drawing in the BM collection (Oo,5.10). 1780 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Robert Blyth (Print made by); Robert Blyth (Published by); John Hamilton Mortimer (After)
    • Production date: 1780
    • Production place: London
  • The mistletoe or christmas gambols; print

    Interior of a hall with couples dancing, a man in centre holding a girl off the ground under a bunch of mistletoe; appears to be trimmed above publication line Stipple

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Edward Penny (After); George Townley Stubbs (Published by)
    • Production date: 1796
    • Production place: London
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    The Tarantella Dance; print

    A couple dancing on the left, the man stepping to the side, his right arm outstretched, looking up and over his shoulder at the woman, who steps behind him, her arms raised, playing castanets, while a third woman plays a tambourine on the...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Francesco Bartolozzi (Print made by); Francesco Bartolozzi (Published by); William Lock I (After)
    • Production date: 1799
    • Production place: London
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    La vie au sérail; print

    Plate 5: a semi-nude woman dancing in the centre foreground, beyond at right an officer smoking the pipe, and at left two musicians; after Guérard. 1859 Lithograph with beige tone plate with white highlights

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Joseph & Edouard Bettannier (Print made by); Goupil (Published by); Eugène Charles François Guérard (After); Lemercier & Cie (Printed by); Knoedler & Co (Published by); Morlon (Print made by); Claude Regnier (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1859
    • Production place: Paris; Berlin; New York; Paris
  • Trucking; print

    Man dancing with large left hand, index finger pointing upwards; musical instruments behind his head. 1936 Wood-engraving on oriental tissue-thin paper

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Fred Becker (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1936
  • print

    Landscape with sixteen men and women dancing in a circle in foreground, a boy sits between the branches of a tree playing a pipe, trees and a large house beyond; after Peter Paul Rubens Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Leo van Heil (Print made by); Leo van Heil (Published by); Peter Paul Rubens (After)
    • Production date: 1630-1660
  • drawing

    Drawing; several drawings of hand movements associated with a dance, and two drawings of a woman. 1954. Graphite.

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Noelle Ora Sandwith (Drawn by)
    • Ethnic name: Samoan
    • Production date: 1954
    • Production place: 'Utulei
  • drawing

    Drawing; a sketch of a male dancer standing with his right leg raised up behind him, from the knee joint. 1921-1924. Graphite.

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Ellis Silas (Drawn by)
    • Ethnic name: Papua New Guinean
    • Production date: 1921-1924
    • Production place: Trobriand Islands
  • negative

    Negative (black and white); a group of women and men holding hands seemingly dancing; the women wear headscarfs, knee-length sleeveless jackets, long sleeves waistcoats, shirts, cloth sashes with large silver buckles, ankle-length skirts...

    • Object type: negative
    • Producer: Miss Mary Edith Durham (Photographed by)
    • Production date: 1900-1905
    • Production place: Montenegro (Yugoslavia)
  • Ludimus interea celeri nos ludimus hora; print

    A dance to the music of Time (the seasons dancing before Time), after Poussin; etched state. c.1787 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Raphael Morghen (Print made by); Nicolas Poussin (After); Stefano Tofanelli (Intermediary draughtsman)
    • Production date: 1787
  • Ludimus interea celeri nos ludimus hora; print

    A dance to the music of Time (the seasons dancing before Time), after Poussin; closed letter published state. c.1787 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Raphael Morghen (Print made by); Nicolas Poussin (After); Stefano Tofanelli (Intermediary draughtsman); Giovanni Volpato (Published by)
    • Production date: 1787
  • print

    Emma, Lady Hamilton, dancing the tarantella, stepping away from the viewer on the right as her partner steps forward, passing under the arch formed by their joined hands. 1796 Stipple

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Mariano Bovi (Print made by); Mariano Bovi (Published by); William Lock I (After)
    • Production date: 1796
    • Production place: London
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    A country dance; print

    A man with a dark hat and coat, standing, lifting his left leg, holding a woman in his hand; the woman, seen from behind, looking down, with hair up and barefoot; a landscape in the background, with a hill on the left and a farmhouse on the...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: David Strang (Printed by); William Strang (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1911
  • print

    Dancing boy and girl; after Pieter Quast Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Arnold Colom (Published by); Pieter Jansz. Quast (After)
    • Production date: 1640-1650
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    print

    Spanish couple with castanets dancing before onlookers; beyond, at centre, a blank cartouche; man playing guitar at left; iron-wrought gate at right; in decorative border; title to an unidentified series? Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: José Ximeno (After)
    • Production date: 1780-1800
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    print

    A group of nymphs dance in a circle. c.1685/90 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Gérard de Lairesse (Print made by); Gerard Valck (Published by); Nicolaes Visscher II (Published by)
    • Production date: 1685-1690
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    Morris-Dancers; print

    Eleven morris dancers and a may-pole, in hexagonal diamonds arranged in four rows of three; including a jester in top left holding a mask, a friar holding a wreath in bottom right. Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: I Jones (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1800
  • Le Retour du printemps; Album Lyrique; print

    Figures dancing in a circle, trees on either side. 1830 Lithograph

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Alexandre Gabriel Decamps (Print made by); Godefroy Engelmann I (Printed by)
    • Production date: 1830
  • print

    Portrait of Georgiana or Louisa Russell, whole length in profile to right, dancing barefoot, holding the skirt of her silk dress with her right hand; after a drawing by George Hayter. 1824 Etching and aquatint on thin paper

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Richard Ford (Print made by); Sir George Hayter (After)
    • Production date: 1824
  • A Collection of Etchings after the Most Eminent Masters of the Dutch and Flemish Schools; print

    A dancing man wearing a wig and a jacket with bows, holding his hat under his arm. c.1782-1803 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: David Deuchar (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1782-1803
    • Production place: Edinburgh
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    print

    A couple dancing in a park, after Watteau; the man, left, plays the castanets Wood-engraving printed on thin paper, laid onto sheet of thick paper

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Jacques Adrien Lavieille (Block cut by); Antoine Watteau (After)
    • Production date: 1840-1862
  • print

    Several figures dancing on the moon-lit beach, palm trees behind, the left two figures avoiding the coming wave. Wood-engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: George Pike Nicholls (Block cut by)
    • Production date: 1841-1887
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    print

    The Nautch, an entertainment given in 1841 by Rajah Chundoo Lal for General James Stuart Fraser, British Resident at Hyderabad; a group of Indians and Europeans, nobles and soldiers, gathered in rows in front of a building with large open...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Charles George Lewis (Print made by); Frederick Christian Lewis Junior (After)
    • Production date: 1841-1844
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    Une épreuve après la lettre; print

    Fashionable couple dancing, more figures in the background Etching with surface tone

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Auguste Delâtre (Printed by); Edmond Morin (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1850-1879
    • Production place: Paris
  • drawing

    Three couples dancing; studies of three pairs of dancers, Bruges Graphite

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Richard Parkes Bonington (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1823
  • print

    The dance on the river-bank; a couple dancing to the sound of a musette, with other couples watching, goats, cows, a tower and a water mill. c.1634 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1634
  • photographic print

    Photograph (black and white); numerous people, dressed in regional costume, gathered outdoors celebrating a church festival; some people holding each other by the hand, dancing the Kolo dance; men standing in the background; Balkans....

    • Object type: photographic print
    • Producer: Miss Mary Edith Durham (Photographed by)
    • Production date: 1910-1913
    • Production place: Balkans
  • Neapolitan Dance; print

    A man and a woman dance to a lute and castanets, with other dancers and the bay of Naples in the background. c.1773/5 Etching printed in light brown ink

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: David Allan (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1773-1775
  • photographic print

    Photograph (black and white); a group of women and men holding hands seemingly dancing; the women wear headscarfs, knee-length sleeveless jackets, long sleeves waistcoats, shirts, cloth sashes with large silver buckles, ankle-length skirts...

    • Object type: photographic print
    • Producer: Miss Mary Edith Durham (Photographed by)
    • Production date: 1900-1905
    • Production place: Montenegro (Yugoslavia)
  • Le bal Bullier; print

    The Bullier dance; ballroom full of dancing couples, others watching from behind balustrade. 1898 Woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Jean Émile Laboureur (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1898
  • photographic print

    Photograph (black and white); a group of men and women performing a dance outdoors; the women stand in a line all facing in one direction, they wear woven hats with flowers on them, and long light coloured dresses, with small bags hanging...

    • Object type: photographic print
    • Production date: 1900
    • Production place: Rarotonga
  • photographic print

    Photograph (black and white); a group of men and women performing a dance outdoors; the women stand in two lines, all facing in one direction; they wear woven hats with flowers on them, and long light coloured dresses; the men stand on...

    • Object type: photographic print
    • Production date: 1900
    • Production place: Rarotonga
  • photographic print

    Photograph (black and white); a group of men and women performing a dance outdoors; the women stand in front of two rows of constructed wooden platforms, on which the men are standing, with their back to the men; the women wear woven hats...

    • Object type: photographic print
    • Production date: 1900
    • Production place: Rarotonga
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    photographic print

    Photograph (black and white); two lines of men standing out of doors, performing a Meke i Wau (club dance), all holding clubs with curved ends; Fiji. Gelatin silver print

    • Object type: photographic print
    • Production date: 1890-1893
    • Production place: Fiji
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    photographic print

    Sudan, what appears to be a feathered head-dress on mat on ground. Adult male wearing trousers, shirt, "skirt" or waist-decoration made of rags, to right of mat. Two adult females sitting to left of mat, wearing robes and cloths covering...

    • Object type: photographic print
    • Producer: Brenda Zara Seligman (Photographed by)
    • Production date: 1909-1922
    • Production place: Sudan
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    photographic print

    Sudan, adult [male or female?] kneeling on a cloth or woven mat. Head-dress on mat in front of kneeling adult. Adult standing behind and reaching towards head of kneeling adult, wearing long dress or robe. Medium: Gelatin silver...

    • Object type: photographic print
    • Producer: Brenda Zara Seligman (Photographed by)
    • Production date: 1909-1922
    • Production place: Sudan
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    photographic print

    Southern Sudan, line of males who appear to be dancing. Some unclothed, others wearing tunics. Some holding sticks, male at centre wearing head-dress. Male at front of line wearing American military clothing. Medium: gelatin silver print.

    • Object type: photographic print
    • Producer: Brenda Zara Seligman (Photographed by)
    • Ethnic name: European Peoples
    • Production date: 1909-1922
    • Production place: Sudan
  • Farm at Pong; photographic print

    Veterinary farm at Pong near Tamalé. 29-II-1936. (Photo: Mary S R Sinclair) Medium: Gelatin silver print.

    • Object type: photographic print
    • Producer: Mary S R Sinclair (Photographed by)
    • Production date: 1936
    • Production place: Pong
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    photographic print

    Tanzania, medium group of Wakindiga adult males and some children dancing in semi-circle. Males wearing cloths around lower bodies, personal-ornaments. Section-view of adult females and children dancing at right. Rural setting, rocky hill...

    • Object type: photographic print
    • Producer: Mrs I H Morse (Photographed by)
    • Ethnic name: Wakindiga
    • Production date: 1938
    • Production place: Eyasi, Lake
  • No image

    drawing

    Isadora Duncan dancing, with arms raised; whole-length, barefoot and wearing a short floating dress, in profile to left, leaping from her left leg with her right raised in front, head bent forward and arms together raised high above Pen and...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: André Dunoyer de Segonzac (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1884-1951
  • No image

    drawing

    Isadora Duncan dancing; whole-length, barefoot and wearing a short floating dress, facing front and moving to left with weight on her right foot, arms outstretched and head thrown back, dress floating behind and to right Pen and black ink

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: André Dunoyer de Segonzac (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1884-1951
  • No image

    drawing

    Isadora Duncan dancing, hands cupped; whole-length, in profile to right, barefoot, wearing a short floating dress, leaping from left leg with right leg raised in front, arms outstretched above and hands cupped Pen and black ink

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: André Dunoyer de Segonzac (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1884-1951
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    drawing

    Isadora Duncan dancing, seen from behind; whole-length and barefoot with feet at a right angle, wearing a short floating dress, and with arms raised Pen and black ink

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: André Dunoyer de Segonzac (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1884-1951
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    drawing

    Isadora Duncan dancing, facing l; whole-length, barefoot, crouching with right knee raised between outstretched arms and head bent forward Pen and black ink

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: André Dunoyer de Segonzac (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1884-1951
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    drawing

    Dance Café; two women wearing hats, one with a fur over her shoulder, figures in a café and street signs behind, crescent moon above. c.1920-25 Pen and black ink

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Jeanne Mammen (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1920-1925
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    drawing

    Isadora Duncan and three child dancers; she is dancing to left while holding a head-dress with her right hand, looking behind at three children in a line, all holding hands, each leading with the left leg. 1913 Pen and black ink

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: André Dunoyer de Segonzac (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1884-1951
  • drawing

    Albanian dancers, study for the painting in the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Brest Charcoal, with watercolour

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Alexandre Gabriel Decamps (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1836
  • drawing

    Nymphs and Satyrs dancing; musicians in the foreground, gardens behind Black chalk

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Marc Antonio Franceschini (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1663-1729
  • print

    Landscape of Naples, with four female figures holding hands and dancing in a circle in the foreground; a man seated on the right, pointing and talking to the dancers; a forest on the right; a ruin on top of a hill in the left middle...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: John Plimmer (Print made by); Richard Wilson (After)
    • Production date: 1760
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    jug

    Fragment from jug; grey stoneware: moulded with four dancing figures, one being sick; tinged with brown.

    • Object type: jug
    • Production place: Niendorf
    • Find spot: Niendorf
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    jug

    Fragment from jug; grey stoneware: moulded with frieze on upper part showing figures dancing; ornate pillar; legend.

    • Object type: jug
    • Production place: Niendorf
    • Find spot: Niendorf
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    intaglio

    Intaglio; glass imitating garnet; oval; satyr and faun dancing.

    • Object type: intaglio
    • Producer: James Tassie (Made by); William Tassie (Made by)
    • Production date: 18thC-19thC
    • Production place: London
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    Khampa Dancers; painting

    Painting; paint on hand-made paper. A man and woman in traditional Tibetan costume dance from right to left. Inscription, seals and seal impressions.

    • Object type: painting
    • Producer: Namgyal (Made by); Tibetan Fine Artists Group (Made by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Buddhist
    • Production date: 1985-1989
    • Find spot: Tibet; India
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    bowl-mould

    Pottery: fragment of clay mould for Arretine bowl. Dancing Maenad to left, with head thrown back; in right hand a thyrsos tied with ribbons and chaplets. She wears shoes and long loose chiton, and with left hand draws aside the edge of her...

    • Object type: bowl-mould
    • Producer: M Perennius Tigranus (Workshop of)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman
    • Production place: Arezzo
    • Find spot: Arezzo
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    figure

    Lower part of mould-made terracotta figure of dancing woman; white slip.

    • Object type: figure
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Cyrenaica
  • figure

    Torso of mould-made terracotta dancing female figure; flowing garment; white slip.

    • Object type: figure
    • Production date: 4thC BC(early)
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Cyrenaica
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    figure

    Mould-made terracotta figure of dancing woman; three-tiered plinth; head and right arm lost; traces of red slip.

    • Object type: figure
    • Production date: 350BC
    • Production place: Cyrenaica (archaic)
    • Find spot: Banghazi
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    figure

    Base and lower section of a mould-made terracotta figure of a dancing woman wearing a chiton.

    • Object type: figure
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Classical Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC(early)
    • Production place: Cyrenaica (archaic)
    • Find spot: Cyrenaica
  • cameo

    Cameo of black glass paste, engraved with a boy (?) dancing, wearing a pointed cap and with drapery wrapped around his shoulders.

    • Object type: cameo
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman Imperial
    • Production date: 1stC-2ndC
  • cameo

    Cameo of glass paste imitating sardonyx, engraved with a nude woman dancing and holding out drapery behind her with both hands.

    • Object type: cameo
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman Imperial
    • Production date: 1stC-2ndC
  • cameo

    Cameo of glass paste imitating sardonyx, engraved with a dancing nymph (?), looking back and lifting the upper edge of her chiton over her shoulder.

    • Object type: cameo
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman Imperial
    • Production date: 1stC-2ndC