NamesCarrier-Belleuse, Pierre, 1851-1932 (Artist)Hansen, J. (Joseph), 1842-1907 (Choreographer)
Prints depicting dance
Theatrical dancers, singly or in pairs
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1893 - 1904
Table of ContentsIn the greenroom: danseuses playing with "osselets." After the painting by Pierre Carrier-Belleuse; [from an unidentified periodical] / [on matrix] Pierre Carrier-Belleuse 1893 ; [engraver's signature?, difficult to read, at upper left] -- Blind-man's buff, Salon de 1896 / P. Carrier-Belleuse ; copyright 1896 by P. Carrier-Belleuse ; [signed on original] Pierre Carrier-Belleuse 1896 -- "L'etoile," d'apres Melle Zambelli par M. P. Carrier-Belleuse; L'Art du Théâtre, [handwritten date] Jan. 1904.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZFX Car P Dan 1-3
TopicsZambelli, Carlotta, 1875-1968Étoile (Choreographic work : Hansen)Ballet dancers -- France
NotesTitle devised by cataloger.Biographical/historical: The French artist Pierre Carrier-Belleuse began his career with genre paintings in oil, but switched to pastel after 1885. He frequently depicted ballet dancers in his works.
Physical DescriptionReproductive printsPhotomechanical printsWood engravingsExtent: 2 photomechanical prints : photogravure?, b&w ; 36 x 28 cm. or smaller, plate mark 27 x 19 cm. or smaller.Extent: 1 print : wood engraving, b&w ; 13 x 20 cm.
DescriptionDepictions of ballet dancers, in performance or behind the scenes. The picture titled "L'etoile" portrays the Italian ballerina Carlotta Zambelli in a performance of Joseph Hansen's ballet of that title, revived at the Paris Opera in 1907 with Zambelli in the principal role.
Type of ResourceStill image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 825561637NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b19759917Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 7a21ddf0-ead2-0133-6b9f-00505686a51c
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