Vaslav Nijinsky in the ballet Schéhérazade, ca. 1910. Cabinet photograph by A. Bert, Paris.  Howard D. Rothschild Collection

Vaslav Nijinsky (his body covered with dark blue makeup) in a bejeweled gold costume with touches of turquoise and red for his role as the Gold Slave in the Ballets Russes 1910 production of Schéhérazade, with costumes by Léon Bakst.

A colourised photograph of Vaslav Nijinsky (1890-1950).

A colourised photograph of Vaslav Nijinsky He looks faun-like even in formal costume.

Djagilev e Nijinsky: Djagilijinsky il diario di una primavera

On the night of Thursday, May the pioneering Russian ballet corps Ballet Russes performs Igor Stravinsky’s ballet Le Sacr.

Nijinsky

Portrait of Vaslav Nijinsky in La danse Siamoise from Les Orientales by Eugène Druet, 1910

Nijinsky, Karsavina and Ludmilla Shollar in 'Jeux.' by Gerschel] (1913)

Vaslav Nijinsky, Tamara Karsavina and Ludmilla Schollar in Debussy's poeme danse (danced poem) "Jeux circa

Nijinsky and Anna Pavlova, Ballets Russe.

“ Le Theatre - Le Pavillon d’ Armide - Vaslav Nijinsky & Anna Pavlova. An advertisement by Le Theatre of the Season of the Ballet Russes in Paris, Le Pavillon d’Armide is a ballet.

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