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Dance Collection

Dance is a form of art that has been around for centuries, and is still popular today

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Background imageDance Collection: The Haka: New Zealand rugby war dance, 1905

The Haka: New Zealand rugby war dance, 1905
The New Zealand rugby team singing their war song before the match against Wales at Cardiff on 16th December 1905. Wales went on to win a historic victory against the New Zealanders

Background imageDance Collection: Edmundo Ros Club

Edmundo Ros Club in Regent Street, London drawn by Arthur Ferrier. Couples sit at lamplit tables while people dance, the band plays and the singer croons

Background imageDance Collection: Advert for the Palais de Danse, Hammersmith, London, 1921

Advert for the Palais de Danse, Hammersmith, London, 1921 also featuring the other Palais de Danse venues in Paris, Birmingham and Liverpool Date: 1921

Background imageDance Collection: Four ballerinas on a music sheet

Four ballerinas on a music sheet
Four ballerinas depicted on a music sheet, performing The Celebrated Pas de Quatre, composed by Jules Perrot, as danced at Her Majestys Theatre, London, on 12 July 1845

Background imageDance Collection: Northern Counties Hotel, Portrush, LMS poster, 1923-1947

Northern Counties Hotel, Portrush, LMS poster, 1923-1947
London Midland & Scottish Railway poster. Artwork by Gordon Nicoll

Background imageDance Collection: Mustafa Kemal Ataturk dancing with his adopted daughter

Mustafa Kemal Ataturk dancing with his adopted daughter
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (1881-1938) dancing with his adopted daughter Nebile Hamin on her wedding day to Rachid Bey, the Secretary of the Turkish Embassy at Vienna. Date: 1929

Background imageDance Collection: Dee Dee Wilde, Dancer with Pans People Dance Troupe

Dee Dee Wilde, Dancer with Pans People Dance Troupe, which performs on BBC Television Programme, Top of the Pops, pictured dancing The Do, Mirror Studios, London, Friday 20th June 1975

Background imageDance Collection: Members of Pans People Dance Troupe, model lingerie for the Mirror, Studio Pix

Members of Pans People Dance Troupe, model lingerie for the Mirror, Studio Pix, London, 28th October 1974. Pictured, dancers Louise Clarke, Dee Dee Wilde and Cherry Gillespie

Background imageDance Collection: Dancing in a dingy cellar in Soho, London Cy Lauries jazz band beats it out

Dancing in a dingy cellar in Soho, London Cy Lauries jazz band beats it out and the fashions of the jiving girls are as traditional as the jazz

Background imageDance Collection: The Famous Astaires by Nerman

The Famous Astaires by Nerman
Caricature of brother and sister dance act, Fred and Adele Astaire by Nerman during the time of their successful run in Stop Flirting at various London theatres during the mid 1920s

Background imageDance Collection: Advert for the Palais de Danse, Birmingham, 1921

Advert for the Palais de Danse, Birmingham, 1921 Date: 1921

Background imageDance Collection: Scenes inside The Flamingo Club, Wardour Street, Soho, London

Scenes inside The Flamingo Club, Wardour Street, Soho, London, in the early hours of Sunday 2nd January 1966, Jackie Sanders from Canterbury dances with Ewan Dawson

Background imageDance Collection: Music Hall at the Metropolitan Theatre, London - Brochure

Music Hall at the Metropolitan Theatre, London - Brochure
Music Hall brochure for The Metropolitan Theatre - a West End music hall and theatre located at 267 Edgware Road, Paddington, London

Background imageDance Collection: Gbr-Music-Bowie

Gbr-Music-Bowie
British singer David Bowie poses during a press conference to present his new album " Lets dance" at the Claridge hotel in London on March 17, 1983

Background imageDance Collection: A portrait of Anna Pavlova in her Swan Dance, 1923

A portrait of Anna Pavlova in her Swan Dance, 1923
A portrait of Anna Pavlova, the worlds greatest ballerina in her Swan Dance, 1923 Date: 1923

Background imageDance Collection: Windmill Theatre Owner Miss Sheila Van Dam watches as the curtain comes down over

Windmill Theatre Owner Miss Sheila Van Dam watches as the curtain comes down over the legs of the Windmill Girl Dancers for the last time today as the era of the famous Windmill Theatre London comes

Background imageDance Collection: The Monseigneur - Londons latest chic restaurant

The Monseigneur - Londons latest chic restaurant
Evening at The Monseigneur, a fashionable London restaurant, with diners watching a cabaret performance. The Monseigneur Restaurant was one of three main hot spots for dance music in the 1930s

Background imageDance Collection: Belly Dancer at the Omar Khayyam Club from Arnold Louis Millers London in the Raw (1964)

Belly Dancer at the Omar Khayyam Club from Arnold Louis Millers London in the Raw (1964)
Arnold Louis Millers London in the Raw (1964)

Background imageDance Collection: Fancy Dress Ball, Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, London, 2 December 1920. Date: 1920

Fancy Dress Ball, Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, London, 2 December 1920. Date: 1920

Background imageDance Collection: George Walker and Ada Overton Walker in In Dahomey

George Walker and Ada Overton Walker in In Dahomey
Miss Ada Overton Walker and Mr George Walker, performing " The Tsar of Dixie" a song in the play In Dahomey at the Shaftesbury Theatre in 1903

Background imageDance Collection: Judy Garland, American actress, singer and dancer, in concert at The Talk of the Town

Judy Garland, American actress, singer and dancer, in concert at The Talk of the Town nightclub in London, where she has a five week residency, pictured Thursday 16th January 1969

Background imageDance Collection: VS Rugby Football Club v Halesowen in the final of the FA Vase at Wembley Stadium

VS Rugby Football Club v Halesowen in the final of the FA Vase at Wembley Stadium, London. Gordon Beecham rushes to add his congratulations as Ian Crawley

Background imageDance Collection: Chorus Girls

Chorus Girls
The Alfred Jackson Dancing Girls, in action on a London stage. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images)

Background imageDance Collection: Photo of The Dolly Sisters

Photo of The Dolly Sisters
Black and white photograph of popular revue stars the Dolly Sisters in the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News of 19th December 1925

Background imageDance Collection: The carnival in the port of Spain, Trinidad

The carnival in the port of Spain, Trinidad, 1888. People cavort in fancy dress through the street, some playing banjos, others brandishing what looks like bladders on sticks

Background imageDance Collection: Margot Fonteyn repairing her ballet shoes

Margot Fonteyn repairing her ballet shoes
Margot Fonteyn (1919-1991), British ballet dancer, pictured at her Kensington home repairing her ballet shoes around the time she danced the role of Aurora in Sleeping Beauty at a Royal Command Gala

Background imageDance Collection: Knill Monument, St Ives, Cornwall. 1901 or 1906

Knill Monument, St Ives, Cornwall. 1901 or 1906
Panoramic view of crowds at the " Knill Ceremony" overlooking Carbis Bay, St Ives, probably 1901 or 1906. John Knill was born in Callington on 1st January 1733

Background imageDance Collection: Portrait of Robert Clive (1725-1774) 1st Baron Clive, 1773 (oil on canvas)

Portrait of Robert Clive (1725-1774) 1st Baron Clive, 1773 (oil on canvas)
XCF268080 Portrait of Robert Clive (1725-1774) 1st Baron Clive, 1773 (oil on canvas) by Dance-Holland, Nathaniel (1735-1811) (studio of); 127.6x102.2 cm; National Portrait Gallery, London

Background imageDance Collection: The Dolly Sisters wearing Lucile gowns

The Dolly Sisters wearing Lucile gowns in the I Love Thou Lovest number, League of Notions, London, 1921 1921

Background imageDance Collection: Fred and Adele Astaire in Stop Flirting

Fred and Adele Astaire in Stop Flirting
Fred and Adele Astaire starring with Majorie Gordon in the successful show, Stop Flirting which opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London in 1923 and moved to the Queens Theatre a few months later

Background imageDance Collection: The Guildhall, London BB91_17988

The Guildhall, London BB91_17988
THE GUILDHALL, City of London. The Guildhall has been the administrative headquarters of the City of London since at least the mid-12th century

Background imageDance Collection: Anna Pavlova

Anna Pavlova (1881 - 1931), Russian ballet dancer as the Dying Swan in a performance of Swan Lake'. Date: 1912

Background imageDance Collection: Judy Garland, American actress, singer and dancer, in concert at The Talk of the Town

Judy Garland, American actress, singer and dancer, in concert at The Talk of the Town nightclub in London, where she has a five week residency, pictured Thursday 16th January 1969

Background imageDance Collection: A general view of the audience at the London Rock and Roll Show at Wembley Stadium

A general view of the audience at the London Rock and Roll Show at Wembley Stadium, London. 5th August 1972

Background imageDance Collection: Advert for Palais de Danse, Hammersmith, London, 1921

Advert for Palais de Danse, Hammersmith, London, 1921 - the temple of terpsichore Date: 1921

Background imageDance Collection: The exclusive private-members Kit Cat Club by Fish

The exclusive private-members Kit Cat Club by Fish
The exclusive private-members Kit Cat Club in Haymarket, London with diners taking to the dancefloor dancing by synthetic moonlight to those saddening, maddening melodies

Background imageDance Collection: Mr Fezziwigs Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London)

Mr Fezziwigs Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London)
Mr Fezziwigs Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London, 1843). This novella was the earliest and most popular of Dickens Christmas stories

Background imageDance Collection: Theatre, Mercenary Mary 1925, Nerman

Theatre, Mercenary Mary 1925, Nerman
Mercenary Mary, a successful comedy, playing at the London Hippodrome, staring Mr A. W. Baskcomb, Frank Masters, Peggy O Neil (Mary) Lew Hearn, June and Sonnie Hale

Background imageDance Collection: Victoria Palace Theatre, London BB87_01220

Victoria Palace Theatre, London BB87_01220
VICTORIA PALACE THEATRE, Westminster, London. The Victoria Palace Theatre opened in 1911 and was built as a music hall by Frank Matcham (a specialist in theatre design)

Background imageDance Collection: Steen - The Egg Dance J040065

Steen - The Egg Dance J040065
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " The Egg Dance: Peasants Merrymaking in an Inn " by Jan STEEN (1625/6-79)

Background imageDance Collection: Ball at Savoy Hotel

Ball at Savoy Hotel
A fashionable ball at the Savoy Hotel, Strand, London

Background imageDance Collection: Dancing Girl / 1895

Dancing Girl / 1895
A dancing girl with tambourine and ribbons - the back cover of a programme for the Empire Theatre of Varieties, London

Background imageDance Collection: Ballet dancers Rudolf Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn rehearsing Marguerite

Ballet dancers Rudolf Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn rehearsing Marguerite and Armand at Covent Garden, London, 12th March 1963

Background imageDance Collection: Judy Garland, American actress, singer and dancer, in concert at The Talk of the Town

Judy Garland, American actress, singer and dancer, in concert at The Talk of the Town nightclub in London, where she has a five week residency, pictured Thursday 16th January 1969

Background imageDance Collection: On Friday night at the Hammersmith Palais, London, an experiment is being acrrried out

On Friday night at the Hammersmith Palais, London, an experiment is being acrrried out, when ladies can ask gentlemen for a dance

Background imageDance Collection: Sketch by Fish of tango dancing, at the Florida Club, London

Sketch by Fish of tango dancing, at the Florida Club, London, 1926 Date: 1926

Background imageDance Collection: Sketch by Fish of the Charleston dance at the Embassy club

Sketch by Fish of the Charleston dance at the Embassy club, London, 1926 Date: 1926

Background imageDance Collection: Anna May Wong in The Circle of Chalk

Anna May Wong in The Circle of Chalk
Miss Anna May wong as Chang-Hi-Tang dancing before the tea-shop keeper in The Circle of Chalk, an ancient Chinese lay translated into English by James Laver



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Dance Collection

Dance is a form of art that has been around for centuries, and is still popular today. It originated in London, England and has since spread to other parts of the United Kingdom, and are be used to express emotions, tell stories, or simply provide entertainment. There are many different styles such as ballet, contemporary, jazz, hip-hop and tap. Each style requires its own set of skills which must be mastered before performing it on stage or in front of an audience. It also provides a great way for people to stay fit and healthy as it helps build strength and stamina while improving flexibility and can also help reduce stress levels by providing an outlet for creative expression.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Dance collection from Media Storehouse features a wide range of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that capture the essence of dance in London. Our collection showcases stunning images of dancers in various forms including ballet, contemporary dance and street dance. These beautiful pieces are perfect for anyone who loves to express themselves through movement or appreciates the beauty and grace of dance. Each piece is carefully crafted using high-quality materials to ensure longevity and durability. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your living room or a unique gift for someone special, the Dance collection has something to suit every taste and budget. From black and white photographs to vibrant color prints, our collection offers an extensive selection of styles that will complement any decor style. With its focus on capturing the energy and passion of dancers in motion, the Dance collection is sure to inspire creativity and add a touch of elegance to any space it graces.
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What are Dance (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Dance art prints from London, England, United Kingdom, Europe are a collection of stunning images that capture the beauty and grace of dance. These prints showcase various styles of dance such as ballet, contemporary, jazz and more. They feature talented dancers in motion, captured by skilled photographers who have an eye for detail and composition. These art prints are perfect for those who appreciate the elegance and energy of dance. They can be used to decorate homes or offices with a touch of sophistication and creativity. The Dance art prints available at Media Storehouse come in different sizes to suit your needs. Whether you're a dancer yourself or simply admire the art form, these prints will bring joy and inspiration to any space they adorn. With their high-quality printing techniques on premium paper stock, we offer exceptional clarity and vibrancy that will last for years to come.
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What Dance (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of dance art prints that capture the beauty and energy of London's vibrant dance scene. From classical ballet to contemporary street dance, our collection features stunning images that showcase the diversity and creativity of this dynamic art form. Our selection includes iconic photographs of famous dancers and performances, as well as striking abstract compositions inspired by movement and rhythm. Whether you're a fan of traditional ballet or cutting-edge modern dance, we have something to suit every taste and style. All our prints are produced using high-quality materials and state-of-the-art printing techniques, ensuring that each image is sharp, vivid, and long-lasting. So whether you're looking for a beautiful piece to hang in your home or office or a unique gift for a fellow dance enthusiast, we have you covered with our extensive range of dance art prints from London England United Kingdom Europe.
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How do I buy Dance (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

To purchase Dance art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before completing your order. We offer a variety of sizes and framing options for their prints, so be sure to select the one that best fits your needs. We also offer a range of other products featuring this artwork, such as canvas prints or posters. If you have any questions about the ordering process or need assistance selecting the right product for you, we have a helpful customer service team available via phone or email. With our easy-to-use website and high-quality products, purchasing Dance art prints from Media Storehouse is simple and convenient.
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How much do Dance (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Dance art prints from London, England, United Kingdom and Europe. The cost of these prints varies depending on the size and type of print you choose. We have different options available such as framed or unframed prints, canvas prints or photographic paper prints. Our prices are competitive and reflect the quality of our products. We take pride in offering high-quality dance art prints that capture the essence and beauty of this expressive form of art. Whether you're looking for contemporary or classic styles, we have something to suit your taste. Our collection includes images featuring ballet dancers, modern dancers, ballroom dancing couples and more. Each piece is carefully selected to ensure it meets our standards for quality and artistic merit. If you're interested in purchasing one of our dance art prints from London England United Kingdom Europe please browse through our website to find the perfect piece for your home or office decor needs.
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How will my Dance (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Dance art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. Your prints will be carefully packaged using high-quality materials to prevent any damage during transit. We use trusted delivery partners who have a proven track record of delivering items on time and in excellent condition. Once your order has been processed, we will send you an email confirmation with the details of your shipment. You can also track the progress of your delivery online using our tracking service. We understand how important it is for you to receive your artwork promptly, which is why we aim to dispatch all orders as quickly as possible. However, please note that delivery times may vary depending on your location and other factors beyond our control. Rest assured that when you order from Media Storehouse, you can expect nothing but the highest level of service and quality.