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Ballet 2, Dance, Russian Broadway, Ballets Russes - Painting,  30x21 cm ©2015 by Dmitri Matkovsky -  
                                                                            
    Art Nouveau, Expressionism, Minimalism, Paper, Performing Arts, ballet, dance
Ballet 2, Dance, Russian Broadway, Ballets Russes - Painting, 30x21 cm ©2015 by Dmitri Matkovsky - Art Nouveau, Expressionism, Minimalism, Paper, Performing Arts, ballet, dance
© 2015 Dmitri Matkovsky
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St.Petersburg, Russia

Ballet 2, Dance, Russian Broadway, Ballets Russes (2015)
Painting (30x21 cm)


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About this artwork
This artwork is part of the gallery Christmas & New Year Presents.

Oil ~ Paper

The original purpose of the ballet in Russia was to entertain the royal court. The first ballet company was the Imperial School of Ballet in St. Petersburg in the 1740s. The Ballets Russes was a ballet company founded in the 1909 by Sergey Diaghilev, an enormously important figure in the Russian ballet scene. Diaghilev and his Ballets Russes’ travels abroad profoundly influenced the development of dance worldwide. The headquarters of his ballet company was located in Paris, France. A protégé of Diaghilev,... Read More The original purpose of the ballet in Russia was to entertain the royal court. The first ballet company was the Imperial School of Ballet in St. Petersburg in the 1740s. The Ballets Russes was a ballet company founded in the 1909 by Sergey Diaghilev, an enormously important figure in the Russian ballet scene. Diaghilev and his Ballets Russes’ travels abroad profoundly influenced the development of dance worldwide. The headquarters of his ballet company was located in Paris, France. A protégé of Diaghilev, George Balanchine, founded the New York City Ballet Company.

During the early 20th century, many Russian ballet dancers rose to fame. Soviet ballet preserved the perfected 19th century traditions, and the Soviet Union's choreography schools produced one internationally famous star after another. The Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow and the Mariinsky in Saint Petersburg remain famous throughout the world.


This is Original Oil painting on paper.

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