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Bronislava Nijinska, 1908

Photograph of Vaslav Nijinsky in Pavillon d'Armide, 1909, no photographer

Photograph of Nijinsky in Narcisse, 1911

Photograph of Nijinsky in the title role of the ballet Petrouchka, 1911

Photograph of Vaslav Nijinsky and Romola de Pulszky on their wedding day, 1913

Photograph of Vaslav Nijinsky applying makeup to an artist before a performance of Til Eulenspiegel, New York 1916, no photographer

Receipt from Diaghilev to Nijinsky for performances, 18 Aug. 1917

Natalia Goncharova's color design for the Siamese Butterfly in Aurora's Wedding, 1921

Photograph of Bronislava Nijinska as the Humming Bird Princess in The Sleeping Princess, 1921, Florence Van Damm

Poster of Ballets Russes, June 1922

Photo card of Francis Poulenc, 1923

Photograph of Le Train Blue (photo 1), 1924

Photograph of Le Train Blue (photo 2), 1924

Choreographic notes for Bronislava Nijinska's Le Train Bleu, 1924

Photograph of Le Train Bleu, 1924, no photographer

Jean Cocteau's libretto for Le Train Bleu, 1924

Photograph of Vera Nemchinova as the Girl in Blue and cast, Les Biches, 1924, no photographer

On the Road [1]

The Sports and Touring Ballet Revue [3]

Photograph of Tamara Karsavina and Serge Lifar in Romeo and Juliet, London, 1926, no photographer

Photograph of Lydia Sokolova, Leon Woizikovsky, Nicholas Zverev in Les Biches, 1925-26, no photographer

[ Variations] [2]

Le Baiser de la Fée [13]

Le Baiser de la Fée [6]

Le Baiser de la Fée [2]

Le Baiser de la Fée 10

Le Baiser de la Fée [14]

Letter to Nijinska from Fokine, 1940

Snow Maiden

Pictures at an Exhibition 2

Photograph of Serge Lifar and Bronislava Nijinska at the grave of Serge Diaghilev, Venice, 21 Dec. 1970, fotoafi

Photograph of Bronislava Nijinska and V. Karnetzky in Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor, n.d

Music score, L'Après-Midi d'un Faune (Claude Debussy), with choreographic notes by Bronislava Nijinska

Olga Spessiva

[ Unidentified] [8]

Choreographic notes for Bronislava Nijinska's Les Noces, 1923

Photograph of Léon Baskt, Serge Diaghilev, and unidentified others (1910-1911)

Ida Rubinstein Ballet 2

Music score to Les Fâcheux (Georges Auric)

Ballets Russes

Photograph of Bronislava Nijinska as the Street Dancer in Petrouchka, n.d.

Photograph of Bronislava Nijinska, Olga Khohlova, and Lubov Tchernicheva in L'Après-Midi d'un Faune, n.d.

Juan Gris's color design for a Shepherdess in Les Tentations de la Bergère, ou L'amour Vainqueur, 1924

Photograph of Vaslav Nijinsky, 1900, no photographer

Natalia Goncharova's color costume design for Night on the Bare Mountain

Le Baiser de la Fée [11]

Michel Fokine in Schéhérazade, n.d., no photographer

Photograph of Alexander Orlov and Vaslav Nijinsky in scene III of Petrouchka, n.d., no photographer

[ Unidentified] [10]

Nijinska Russian Ballet (Théâtre Choréographique Nijinska)

Photograph of Vaslav Nijinsky in Schéhérazade, 1910, Emil Otto Hoppe

Photograph of Les Noces, Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, 1923

The Center Ballet of Buffalo

Photograph of L to R: Serge Diaghilev, Bronislava Nijinska, Igor Stravinsky, Ernest Ansermet, Boris Kochno in Monte Carlo, 1923, no photographer

Photograph of Romeo and Juliet, n.d., no photographer

Ballets de l'Opéra Russe

Photograph of Vaslav Nijinsky, dressed in practice clothes, 1908

Balet Polski [1]

Photograph of Aurora's Wedding, n.d. (later Ballet Russe Company); Raoul Barba, Monte-Carlo

Photograph of Serge Diaghilev, n.d.

Ballets Russes (de M. Serge de Diaghilew)

Choreographic notes for Bronislava Nijinska's The Sleeping Princess, 1921

Balet Polski [2]

Pencil drawing by Michel Larionov: Bronislava Nijinska as the Faune, with Diaghilev sitting in the background, L'Après-Midi d'un Faune, 1922

Cover page, Boris Godounov, Paris, 1908

Les Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo

Music score of Les Biches (Francis Poulenc), with corrections in the hand of Poulenc

Photograph of Dance Theatre of Harlem in a reconstruction of Les Noces, 1989

[ Unidentified] [6]

Photograph of Serge Diaghilev, n.d.

Photograph of Bronislava Nijinska, graduation picture, 1908

Music score of Petrouchka (Igor Stravinsky), with choreographic notes by Bronislava Nijinska

Pencil drawing of L'Après-Midi de un Faune by Bronislava Nijinska, c.1965


Color print by George Barbier of Vaslav Nijinsky and Ida Rubinstein in Schéhérazade, 1913

[ Unidentified] [7]

Photograph of Vera Fokina and Bronislava Nijinska in Narcisse, 1911, no photographer

Le Baiser de la Fée [1]

Music score of Romeo and Juliet (Constant Lambert)

[ Unidentified] [2]

Bailes Rusos Nijinska [1]


Ida Rubinstein Ballet [1]

The Polish Ballet

Photograph of Nijinsky children, Vaslav, Bronislava, Stanislav

Serge Diaghileff's Ballet Russe (Metropolitan Opera, 1916)

Ecole de Mouvement 1

Les Tentations de la Bergère ou l'Amour Vainqueur 1

Photograph of Les Fâcheux, 1924

Ballet Russe de Serge de Diaghilew--Paris, London 1926 Romeo and Juliet; Noces

Unidentified 3

Saison Nijinsky 1

Don Quixote

Scrapbook--Ballet Russe de Serge De Diaghilew--1921-1922-1923-1924

Photograph of Les Noces in rehearsal on the roof of the Theatre de Monte-Carlo, 1923


Ballets Russes, 1928

Letter from Igor Stravinsky to Bronislava Nijinska, re Les Noces, 1923

Chopin Concerto 2

Letter from Nijinska to Diaghilev, 1924

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