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  • Anonymous book illustration: a woman dances in a wooded area; she is wearing an unadorned dress with full skirt and a large cloak which billows behind her. She is poised on her left foot and is playing castanets. Two men accompany her with natural horns. Numbered lower center: X. 4.
Title Pastoral dance scenes of the eighteenth century
Author Scan by NYPL
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UUID 28f47350-882a-0130-a622-58d385a7bbd0
Origin place n.p
Image ID 5053646
Collection Prints depicting dance
Collection UUID fa174a40-9e1a-0130-4a71-58d385a7bbd0
NYPL catalog ID b12162043
NYPL Division Jerome Robbins Dance Division
Topics Musicians; Castanets; Prints (Graphic arts) -- Ballet -- 18th century.


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