Abstract Dancers from le Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo!

Modern interpretation of cubist abstract dancers -- These beautiful colorful abstract dancers almost literally jump out of the design with their energy their style, their grace, their power and their passion.About the Design:

These beautiful colorful abstract dancers almost literally jump out of the design with their energy their style, their grace, their power and their passion.

Drawn in the Cubist style these dancers are a modern interpretation of a graphic used in a Ballet Russes Poster printed in the late 1930s.

The Ballet Russe was an itinerant ballet company based in Paris that performed between 1909 and 1929 throughout Europe and on tours to North and South America.

The group disbanded after its founder’s death in 1929, but member dancers took up the name in later years, including a branch which performed in, Monte Carlo.

Just as the group was reborn then, the art is reborn now and can be yours! Choose your favorite style, color, and DANCE!

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