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    oinochoe

    Large black glazed pottery oinochoe Trefoil mouth, a ring foot reserved on the base and a convex shaped fluted body, ribbed all over apart from front. Crowned dancing female figure with red clothing, gilt bracelets and a buff himation...

    • Object type: oinochoe
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Greek
    • Find spot: Capua
  • lamp

    Mould-made pottery lamp with a circular body, a short rounded nozzle with a heart-shaped upper surface, a narrow rounded shoulder, and an inward-sloping moulded rim. At the rear is a ring handle, now broken. The discus is decorated with a...

    • Object type: lamp
    • Producer: Florentius (Made by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman
    • Production date: 175-225
    • Production place: Italy
    • Find spot: Oxford
  • chous

    Pottery: red-figured chous: satyr dancing.

    • Object type: chous
    • Producer: The Tarquinia Painter (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 470BC-460BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Vulci
  • incense-burner; candle-holder

    Bronze incense-burner with the cast figure of a dancing-girl supporting the composite shaft, and feet modelled as lion's paws. The bowl once set on top of the shaft is now missing.

    • Object type: incense-burner; candle-holder
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Etruscan
    • Production date: 510BC-490BC
    • Production place: Vulci
  • plinth; altar

    Fragment from angle of Parian marble small altar or plinth; relief decoration including Maenad with thrysos on one face and dancing woman on reverse.

    • Object type: plinth; altar
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production place: Attica
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    krater

    Pottery: fragment of Arretine krater. Maenad dancing to right, with head thrown back and right hand extended downwards; her hair falls in curls over the shoulders, and she wears long girt chiton with apoptygma, transparent over the thighs...

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

    Pottery: part of wall of Gaulish Sigillata bowl; ovolo and dart below which is nude male figure dancing or boxing right between upright objects(braziers?); surface very pitted.

    • Object type: bowl
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman Imperial
    • Production date: 2ndC
    • Production place: Gaul
    • Find spot: Heddernheim
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    figure

    Terracotta figure of a dancing woman, on circular plinth, traces of white slip surviving; mould-made.

    • Object type: figure
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Boeotian
    • Production date: 420BC-400BC
    • Production place: Boeotia
    • Find spot: Copais, Lake
  • doll

    Mould-made terracotta dancing doll covered with a white slip with traces of colour surviving; limbs lost.

    • Object type: doll
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 4thC BC(early)
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Athens
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    figure

    Fragment of the drapery of a mould-made terracotta dancing female figure: traces of white slip and blue colour surviving.

    • Object type: figure
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 350BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Cyrenaica
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    figure

    Lower section of a mould-made terracotta figure of a dancing woman; traces of white slip survive.

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

    Mould-made terracotta figure of veiled dancer; white slip.

    • Object type: figure
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Boeotian
    • Production date: 350BC
    • Production place: Boeotia
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    lekythos

    Pottery: handleary black figure lekythos: three youths dancing; on the shoulder is a cock between two ivy leaves; the top and a body fragment are missing.

    • Object type: lekythos
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 540BC-480BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Athens
  • lamp

    Discus fragment from a mould-made pottery lamp decorated with three actors on a stage, with the niched face of the proscaenium beneath their feet. A male figure faces front and holds a caduceus (?) across his upper legs; two female...

    • Object type: lamp
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman
    • Production date: 80-200
    • Production place: Egypt
    • Find spot: Egypt
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    cameo

    Onyx cameo engraved with a dancing maenad holding a beribboned thyrsos, drawing forward the edge of her chiton.

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

    Gem of glass paste imitating sard, engraved with a young satyr dancing to the right, holding up an inverted wine-jar with both hands.

    • Object type: gem
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman Imperial
    • Production date: 1stC-3rdC
  • gem

    Gem of glass paste imitating banded agate, engraved with a young satyr dancing in a frenzy with his head thrown back; a panther-skin floats from his shoulders.

    • Object type: gem
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman Imperial
    • Production date: 1stC-3rdC
  • gem

    Gem of transparent deep blue glass paste, engraved with a young satyr dancing in a frenzy with his head thrown back; he has a panther-skin over his right arm and holds a thyrsos in his left hand.

    • Object type: gem
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman Imperial
    • Production date: 27BC-14
  • lamp

    Mould-made pottery lamp with two nozzles with flaring rounded terminations, an applied vertical band handle, and a rectangular lug on each side of the body. There is a plain rim round the filling-hole. The wide rounded shoulder is decorated...

    • Object type: lamp
    • Culture/period/dynasty: East Greek
    • Production date: 25BC-25
  • gem

    Gem of glass paste imitating sard, engraved with Eros dancing to the left, with his head thrown back and facing the front; he holds a serpent (?) in his right. hand.

    • Object type: gem
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman Imperial
    • Production date: 1stC-3rdC
  • lamp

    Discus fragment from a mould-made pottery lamp, decorated with a dancing satyr holding a two-handled cup and a branch. Traces of an orange-red slip remain.

    • Object type: lamp
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman
    • Production date: 1stC
    • Production place: Italy
    • Find spot: Corfu
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    finger-ring

    Gold finger-ring; hoop broken away from below the shoulders; broad oval bezel, unbevelled below; engraved design: maenad dancing with head thrown back; she wears a long chiton and carries a thyrsos and a wreath.

    • Object type: finger-ring
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Classical Greek; Hellenistic
    • Production date: 4thC BC-3rdC BC
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    mould; figure; cast

    Plaster cast of a terracotta mould, with cast inside: part of a draped figure of a dancing woman.

    • Object type: mould; figure; cast
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Greek
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    lekythos

    Pottery lekythos decorated in the Six Technique with a maenad dancing.

    • Object type: lekythos
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 500BC-480BC
    • Production place: Attica
  • The Townley Vase; vase

    Marble vase decorated in high-relief with a Bacchic scene, featuring Pan and followers of the wine-god Bacchus dancing in revelry.

    • Object type: vase
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman
    • Production date: 2ndC
    • Find spot: Villa of Antoninus Pius
  • skyphos

    Pottery: red-figured skyphos. (a) Dancing lesson (?). Before a youth on left, who wears a mantle shawl-fashion hanging from his arms, and who steps forward as if in time to the chelys which he plays, a younger youth. dances, his right...

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The Penelope Painter (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 440BC-430BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Nola
  • cameo

    Sardonyx cameo engraved with a youthful dancing satyr with a lion-skin over his arm, holding a thyrsos and a kantharos; at his feet is an overturned vase and a torch (?).

    • Object type: cameo
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Roman
    • Production date: 1stC BC
  • figurine

    Figurine; made of pottery; in the form of skeleton dancing couple; rectangular wooden base, painted green; skeleton woman at left, skull separate piece of pottery mounted to body with wire, painted white with black markings, hair black,...

    • Object type: figurine
    • Production date: 1970s
    • Production place: Tlaquepaque
  • pin

    Register 1972: Cast white metal pin in the form of a feather, with three dancing figures along the top edge and three charms hanging from chains along the bottom.

    • Object type: pin
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Colonial (Americas)
    • Find spot: Peru
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    Danse II; Africa; print; portfolio

    Plate VII: semi-abstraction of dancing African figures; from a portfolio of ten engravings and etchings; edition 64/100, published by Dolf Rieser, Paris, 1938; with title sheet, housed in linen-covered portfolio with engraving of masks on...

    • Object type: print; portfolio
    • Producer: Dolf Rieser (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1938
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    Ceremonial Dance; print

    Dense composition of dancing Asian figures, with animals. 1927 Etching and aquatint, with plate-tone

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Camille Orovida Pissarro (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1927
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    Clatter and Whirl, Granada; print

    Four Flamenco dancers, one in shadow, with seated figure playing tambourine to right. Later state. 1932 Etching and drypoint

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: William Russell Flint (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1932
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    La Danse; print

    A sailor dances with a woman amongst tropical vegetation, while a black man watches; a sailing ship lies in the bay beyond. 1910 Woodcut, on greyish laid paper

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Raoul Dufy (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1910
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    La farandole; print

    half-length man playing accordian in foreground, figures dancing behind. 1929 Drypoint, printed on pale grey paper

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Arthur William Heintzelman (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1929
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    In the meadow; print

    Spanish woman dancing, couple looking on, deer(?) to right. 1919 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Ismaël Smith (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1919
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    Gipsy Tango Farruca; print

    Two topless women and men dancing. 1919 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Ismaël Smith (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1919
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    Gipsy tango; print

    Spanish dance; man dancing, man and woman with fan seated behind. 1919 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Ismaël Smith (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1919
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    Sevillanas; print

    Flamenco steps; Spanish couple dancing. 1919 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Ismaël Smith (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1919
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    Tatjana Barbakoff; print

    Woman dancing with arms outstretched. c.1941 Colour aquatint, printed predominantly in yellow ochre and pink, on oriental paper

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Max Pollak (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1941
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    Les ballerines; print; book-illustration

    Two female ballerinas, one shorter than the other, illustration to Rouault's 'Cirque de l'Étoile Filante', pl.15, 1938. 1934 Colour aquatint, predominantly in red, yellow and black

    • Object type: print; book-illustration
    • Producer: Georges Rouault (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1934
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    Eventail aux deux figures; print; fan

    Design for fan; two figures dancing. 1926 Colour lithograph, printed in navy blue, pink and black

    • Object type: print; fan
    • Producer: Marie Laurencin (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1926
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    Café Dansant No.II, Bois de la Cambre; print

    Open-air café at night, people seated at tables, others dancing beneath lights hung from chestnut trees. 1930 Wood-engraving, on cream paper

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: John Buckland Wright (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1930
  • drawing; album

    A carousing couple with a cat, from an album of 102 drawings; the man dancing at l, wearing a woman's cap, veil and jacket, the woman in a similar pose wearing the man's cap and jacket and lifting her skirt, the cat vomiting Watercolour and...

    • Object type: drawing; album
    • Producer: Adriaen van de Venne (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1620-1626
  • drawing; album

    A peasant man and woman dancing, from a series of six musicians and dancing peasants, one of 425 drawings from the 1637 album; facing each other and dancing with hands on hips, looking down, a cottage in the background Brush drawing in...

    • Object type: drawing; album
    • Producer: Arent van Bolten (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1588-1633
  • drawing; album

    A peasant man and woman dancing, from a series of six musicians and dancing peasants, one of 425 drawings from the 1637 album; the man appears drunk and staggering, the woman's left arm around his shoulder, a building beyond at l Brush...

    • Object type: drawing; album
    • Producer: Arent van Bolten (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1588-1633
  • drawing

    Peasants dancing in a circle Pen and brown ink over black chalk No Watermark.

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Formerly attributed to); Jan Breughel the Elder (After)
    • Production date: 17thC
  • drawing

    Peasant wedding; viewed from a slight height, couples dancing beneath trees, others seated at a table beyond, near the right foreground a man playing bag-pipes; after Pieter Brueghel the Elder Pen and brown ink and brown wash, on buff...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Jan de Bisschop (Drawn by); Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Formerly attributed to); Pieter Bruegel the Elder (After)
    • Production date: 1643-1671
  • drawing

    A wedding feast; with cottages to left, to right the church and the bride and guests seated at long tables, with peasants dancing at centre Pen and brown ink, with watercolour

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: David Vinckboons (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1593-1629
  • print study; drawing

    A study for Fracischuria (Fracischina) and Gian Farina, in the series of etchings known as "I balli di Sfessania" (Lieure 395); woman at left dancing while playing a tambourine high above her head, a scarf around her waist flying out, at...

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: Jacques Callot (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1622
  • sketch-book; drawing

    Landscape with dancing figures ('The Marriage of Isaac and Rebecca' or 'The Mill'), record of paintings in London and Rome from the Liber Veritatis; in foreground at right figures watching a pair dance, at left animals, and beyond boats on...

    • Object type: sketch-book; drawing
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1635-1682
  • drawing; album

    A Highland Laird and his family, sketch for a picture; with young men and women dancing to the bag-pipes, a man seated on a chair at right and a woman and child beside him, mountains beyond Graphite, with blue and grey wash

    • Object type: drawing; album
    • Producer: Paul Sandby (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1745-1809
  • drawing

    Roman Amusement; a group of Roman men and women are singing, dancing and eating in a small garden in front of a gate, one holding up a song entitled "O che grand Felicita", a monk seated on the ground to the right reads a book inscribed...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: David Allan (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1769-1770
  • drawing

    Peasants dancing; a man and a woman dancing on the green before an inn, while some men and women look on and a fiddler plays under a tree Watercolour over pen and grey ink

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: John Collet (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1725-1780
  • drawing

    A village dance; scene outside a tavern, in the foreground, a young man and young woman with hands joined dancing, and beyond them, seated round a table, a group of other figures with musicians Pen and brown ink, with grey wash and...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Louis Philippe Boitard (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1733-1763
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    Ceremonial Dance; print

    Dense composition of dancing Asian figures, with animals. 1927 Etching and aquatint

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Camille Orovida Pissarro (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1927
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    netsuke

    Netsuke. Dancer. Made of colours enamelled ceramic, porcelain.

    • Object type: netsuke
    • Production place: Japan
  • Waki kyogen; O-Edo shibai nenju-gyoji; print

    Colour woodblock print. Auspicious dances performed at dawn. Signed, sealed and inscribed.

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Adachi Ginko (安達吟光) (Print artist); Hasegawa Sumi (Published by)
    • Production date: 1897
    • Production place: Tokyo-to
  • polyptych print

    Woman and girl dancing outdoors, with cherry trees behind. One sheet of a polyptych. Woodblock-printed. Signed. Sealed.

    • Object type: polyptych print
    • Producer: Utagawa Kunisada (歌川国貞 Toyokuni III) (Print artist); Yamaguchiya Tobei (山口屋藤兵衛) (Published by)
    • Production date: 1847-1852
    • Production place: Japan
  • screen; painting

    Painting, six-panel screen. Scenes of Kyoto, with people performing a circular dance (furyu-odori) within a villa, in celebration of tax remission. Ink, colours and gold leaf on paper.

    • Object type: screen; painting
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Keicho Era
    • Production date: 1596-1615
    • Production place: Japan
  • Otsu-e no Bon-odori; print; Otsu-e

    Woodblock print.Humour. Otsu-e pictures, the Bon-odori dance.

    • Object type: print; Otsu-e
    • Producer: Utagawa Hiroshige (歌川広重) (Print artist)
    • Production date: 1847-1851
    • Production place: Japan
  • screen; painting

    Painting, one of a pair of six-panel screens. Festivals and popular amusements of the twelve months, including dancers. Ink and colour on silk. Signed and sealed.

    • Object type: screen; painting
    • Producer: Kawanabe Kyosai (河鍋暁斎) (Claimed to be by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Meiji Era
    • Production date: 1870s-1880s
    • Production place: Japan
  • painting; hanging scroll

    Painting, hanging scroll. Young woman in dance, posed in curve; right hand poised in delicate gesture, about to tap hand-drum on shoulder; toes of one foot raised and ends of belt and sleeves flying off to one side. Ink, colour and gold on...

    • Object type: painting; hanging scroll
    • Producer: Tsukioka Sessai 月岡雪斎 (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Bunka Era
    • Production date: 1804-1818
    • Production place: Japan
  • panel; painting

    Painting, panel, originally from a pair of small six-panel screens?. Woman with semi-folded fan tucked into nape of kimono, hands in sleeves, about to stamp foot. Ink and colour on paper.

    • Object type: panel; painting
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Kan'ei Era
    • Production date: 1624-1644
    • Production place: Japan
  • print

    Woodblock print. Popular culture. Fukurokuju dancing in voluminous coat,fan in hand. Sumizuri-e on paper.

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Utagawa Toyohiro (歌川豊広) (Print artist)
    • Production date: 1773-1828
    • Production place: Japan
  • painting

    Painting, album leaf. Dancer with drum. Ink and colours on paper.

    • Object type: painting
    • Producer: Nishiyama Hoen (西山芳園) (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Edo Period
    • Production date: 19thC
    • Production place: Japan
  • painting

    Sketch. Recreation. Man dancing on nose of kneeling man, a third drumming. Ink on paper (blue).

    • Object type: painting
    • Producer: Kawanabe Kyosai (河鍋暁斎) (Attributed to)
    • Production date: 1879
    • Production place: Japan
  • painting

    Sketch. Recto: priest holding fly-whisk dreaming, manzai dancers; verso: workmen with tubs, woman smoking. Ink on paper.

    • Object type: painting
    • Producer: Hokushi (北紫) (Painted by)
    • Production date: 19thC(mid)
    • Production place: Japan
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    The joy of the fool; print

    Figure in jester's costume, holding branch and dancing around Tree of Life. 1944 Roneo print

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Cecil Collins (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1944
  • Le Bal Paré; print

    High society attending a ball in a luxurious interior lit by central lights, with a few couples dancing while the others are sitting and talking; in an ornate frame with coat of arms. 1774 Etching with some engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Jacques Chéreau (Published by); Antoine Jean Duclos (Print made by); Augustin de Saint-Aubin (After)
    • Production date: 1774
    • Production place: Paris
  • print

    Frieze-like composition with Bacchantes and satyrs dancing and playing music. c.1547 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Léon Davent (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1545-1550
  • The Peasants' Festival and Twelve Months; print

    November and December; two couples dancing towards the left, the man on the far right wearing a wreath and vomitting on the ground; from a series of ten engravings. 1546-7 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Sebald Beham (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1546-1547
  • Le Musée Français; La danse des muses; print

    Apollo and the Muses, dancing in circle, with in the lower part, a ribbon inscribed with the names of the Muses, in Greek; proof before letter. c.1803 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Giulio Romano (After); Christophe Guérin (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1800-1803
  • print

    Two satyrs, one drinking from a wine-skin, the other playing a bagpipe; reverse copy after Jacopo de Barbari (Hind 20). Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Jacopo de' Barbari (After); Hieronymus Hopfer (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1528-1563
  • print

    A peasant couple dancing; copy after Dürer's engraving (Meder 88); a tree trunk on left added. Impression from the Funck series. Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Albrecht Dürer (After); David Funck (Published by); Hieronymus Hopfer (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1528-1563
  • A new academy for accomplishments; satirical print; print

    A lady, seated (left), watches through a lorgnette two small dogs dancing on their hind legs, while a foppishly dressed man, evidently a French dancing-master (right), plays the fiddle. One dog is a grotesquely clipped poodle, the other...

    • Object type: satirical print; print
    • Producer: Hannah Humphrey (Published by)
    • Production date: 1778
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    Plate 2: A couple walking to the left; the woman at left wearing a coif; the man at right with a long beard; from a series of 12 engravings. 1539 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Monogrammist CG (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1539
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    Plate 11: A couple embracing; the woman seen from behind; the man looking over her right shoulder; from a series of 12 engravings. 1539 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Monogrammist CG (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1539
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    Plate 10: A couple embracing; loosely based on Aldegrever (NH e.167); the woman at r; from a series of 12 engravings; large areas of the sheet along left edge made up. 1539 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Heinrich Aldegrever (After); Monogrammist CG (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1539
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    Plate 7: A couple walking to left; the woman wearing a large plumed hat; the man without headdress; from a series of 12 engravings. 1539 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Monogrammist CG (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1539
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    Plate 5: A couple walking to left; loosely based on Aldegrever (NH e.164); the woman at left wearing a flat hat; the man holding the woman's left hand with his outstretched right hand; from a series of 12 engravings. 1539 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Heinrich Aldegrever (After); Monogrammist CG (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1539
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    Plate 3: A couple walking to the left; the woman at left wearing a wreath with a feather; the man in frontal view, his head in profile to left; from a series of 12 engravings. 1539 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Monogrammist CG (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1539
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    Plate 11: A couple dancing; the female figure at left turned to left; the male figure at right in frontal view; his head in profile to left. 1541 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Monogrammist MT (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1541
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    Plate 8: A couple dancing; based on Aldegrever (NH 147); the female figure at left looking at the male figure at r; both in frontal view; the male figure holding his sword with his left hand. 1543 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Heinrich Aldegrever (After); Monogrammist MT (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1543
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    Plate 5: A couple; the male figure at left, seen from behind, his head in profile to left; the female figure at r, turned to left. 1543 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Monogrammist MT (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1543
  • The Peasants' Feast; print

    Plate 4: A peasant couple dancing to left; the right hand of the female figure raised. Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Sebald Beham (After); Monogrammist MT (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1540-1550
  • The Peasants' Feast; print

    Plate 6: A peasant couple dancing; the male figure dancing to right. Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Sebald Beham (After); Monogrammist MT (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1540-1550
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A couple walking to the left; both figures seen from behind, their heads in profile to left; the male figure wearing a hair-net, the female figure a small hat with feathers; from a series of sixteen woodcuts. Woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Hans Schäufelein (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1540
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A pair of dancers; the female figure at left wearing a wreath; the male figure at right in frontal view, his head in profile to right; four long ostrich feathers on his hat; from a series of sixteen woodcuts. Coloured woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Hans Schäufelein (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1540
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A couple embracing; the female figure seen from behind, her head in profile to left; the male figure looking over her right shoulder, wearing a large hat with feathers; from a series of sixteen woodcuts. Woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Hans Schäufelein (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1540
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A couple walking to the left; both figures seen from behind, their heads in profile to left; the male figure wearing a hair-net, the female figure a small hat with feathers; from a series of sixteen woodcuts. Woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Hans Schäufelein (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1540
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A pair of dancers; the female figure at left with leaves on her head which is turned in profile to right; the male figure wearing a large chain around his neck; from a series of sixteen woodcuts. Woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Hans Schäufelein (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1540
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    The leaders of the procession; three male figures walking to the left; the master of ceremonies with a wand at far left; followed by two men carrying flambeaux; from a series of sixteen woodcuts. Woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Hans Schäufelein (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1540
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A pair of dancers; moving to right; both in frontal view, the male figure holding a cap in his left hand, his head in profile to left; the female figure with a wide-brimmed head with feathers; from a series of sixteen woodcuts. Woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Hans Schäufelein (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1540
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A pair of dancers; moving to left; both wearing wide hats; the hat of the male figure at right decorated with a feather; from a series of sixteen woodcuts. Woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Hans Schäufelein (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1540
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    A pair of dancers; the female figure at left with wearing a large hat and very large sleeves; the male figure at right without headdress; his left hand on the hilt of his sword; from a series of sixteen woodcuts. Woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Hans Schäufelein (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1530-1540
  • The Wedding Dancers; print

    The bride and groom; whole-length figures, walking to left; the bride wearing a crown, the groom a wreath; from a series of 20 (?) woodcuts. Woodcut

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Erhard Schön (Formerly attributed to)
    • Production date: 1530-1540
  • L'Apothéose d'Isis; print

    Apotheosis of Isis: ballroom in a palace, with dancers around a pedestal supporting a monumental urn in the lower part, and Juno and Jupiter welcoming Isis in Olympus in the upper part; proof before letter, except for the production detail....

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Sébastien Leclerc I (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1693
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    A garden party in Venice; with a group seated underneath a canopy with the lion of St Mark at left; a fool and a female thief in left foreground; dancing couples at centre; at far right a senator talking to a nobleman, behind them the...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Jörg Breu I (Formerly attributed to); Jörg Breu II (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1539
  • Qvo modo Saltatoriae domus in arcis propvgnacvlo typvs. 1560; print

    A large ballroom at the court of the Emperor Maximilian II; an elaborate interior with pillars and a coffered ceiling, with a procession of dancers and musicians in the centre and many other standing and seated figures round the edge....

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Anonymous (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1561
  • Dance commune; print

    Villagers dancing on a square, to the sound of a drum Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Anne Claude Philippe de Tubières, Comte de Caylus (Print made by); Claude Gillot (After)
    • Production date: 1720-1765
  • The Small Wedding Dancers (1538); print

    Deceptive copy after Aldegrever (NH 149); a dancing couple; walking to left, both figures in profile, the male figure holding his left arm akimbo; from a series of eight engravings. Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Heinrich Aldegrever (After)
    • Production date: 1538-1580
  • The Small Wedding Dancers (1538); print

    Deceptive copy after Aldegrever (NH 147); a dancing couple; the male figure in frontal view at right, the head in profile to left, holding his hat in his left hand; the female figure at left, turned slightly to left; from a series of eight...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Heinrich Aldegrever (After)
    • Production date: 1538-1580