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Elisabeth Bergner by Atelier Geiringer & Horovitz, 1933

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Elisabeth Bergner by Atelier Geiringer & Horovitz, 1933 This is surprisingly modern- minimalist style

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It had seemed so romantic standing there on the edge of the open sea. All winter long she held that memory close like cupping a candle flame from the wind as the Spanish flu ripped through the city.

The Bubble, Clarence H. White. 1898, printed 1905. (33.43.318) From the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Clarence White, "The Bubble," 1898 (printed platinum print.

rock stars reading comic books | BANGAGONG! by Doc Lehman

Posts about rock stars reading comic books written by doclehman

The Manger - 1899 - Photo by Gertrude Käsebier

Gertrude Käsebier (American, The Manger 1899 Platinum print 12 x 9 x cm) The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Hermine M.

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flowers in the bloom brain : Photo

↢ Bygone Beauties ↣ vintage photograph of Ruth Berkeley - English Actress. Circa 1903.

↢ Bygone Beauties ↣ vintage photograph of Ruth Berkeley - English Actress. Circa 1903.

Ziegfeld Girl from Suzee Que's photostream on flickr. Ziegfeld Girls were the chorus girls from Florenz Ziegfeld's theatrical spectaculars known as the Ziegfeld Follies (1907–1931)

Drucilla Strain, Ziegfeld girl, by Alfred Cheney Johnston, ca. She peformed from 1929 to From the Alfred Cheney Johnston Collection at the Library of Congress

Elisabeth Bergner

Elisabeth Bergner c.

A portrait of the photographer's son, Brookville Pennsylvania, 1920s • C.T. Benscoter, from the collection of Dreaming in the Deep South

☽ Dream Within a Dream ☾ Misty Blurred Art Fashion Photography -

Edith Wynne Matthison as Sister Beatrice in the New Theatre’s 1910 production of Maurice Maeterlinck’s play “Sister Beatrice”

fawnvelveteen: “ Edith Wynne Matthison as Sister Beatrice in the New Theatre’s 1910 production of Maurice Maeterlinck’s play “Sister Beatrice” ”

HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON -  (French, 1908 - 2004). "Romain Carre #04". 1953.

"Romain Carre by Henri Cartier-Bresson

Elizabeth Bergner (c. 1930)  Born in Galicia, actress Elisabeth Bergner (1897-1986) became one of the biggest starts of stage and screen in the Weimar Republic. She and her husband, director Paul Czinner, fled Germany after the Nazis came to power. They emigrated first to London and eventually to Hollywood. This photo was taken by Berlin portrait photographer Hans Robertson (1883-1950), one of the first professional dance photographers.

dance ₪ the famous dancer elizabeth bergner by hans robertson vintage portrait danseuse

Once upon a time, in Sicily...

Barefoot reading, Once upon a time, in Sicily.

Austrian-British actress Elisabeth Bergner (1897 - 1986) influenced the German cinema of the 1920’s and 1930’s. She specialized in a bisexual type that she portrayed in Der Geiger von Florenz and in other film and stage roles. Nazism forced her to go in exile, but she worked successfully in the West End and on Broadway.

Austrian-British actress Elisabeth Bergner (1897 - 1986) influenced the German cinema of the 1920’s and 1930’s. She specialized in a bisexual type that she portrayed in Der Geiger von Florenz and in other film and stage roles. Nazism forced her to go in exile, but she worked successfully in the West End and on Broadway.

http://www.kinotv.com/thumbs/bio/8251.jpg  Elisabeth Bergner - Actress

Elisabeth Bergner - Photo credited to M. Bucovich at K.

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