Anna Pavlova at the Castello di Vigoleno, 1925. Photo: Studio fotografico Moreschi.

Anna Pavlova at the Castello di Vigoleno, 1925. Photo: Studio fotografico Moreschi.

Anna Pavlova as the Dying Swan in Swan Lake. For more dance, art, food and travel, head to theculturetrip.com.

Anna Pavlova as the Dying Swan in Swan Lake. For more dance, art, food and travel, head to theculturetrip.com.

Anna Pavlova ♡ www.theworlddances.com/ #throwback #dance

Anna Pavlova ♡ www.theworlddances.com/ #throwback #dance

Anna Pavlova, Russian ballerina. While touring in The Hague, Pavlova was told that she had pneumonia and required an operation. She was also told that she would never be able to dance again if she went ahead with it. She refused to have the surgery, saying "If I can't dance then I'd rather be dead." She died of pleurisy, three weeks short of her 50th birthday. She was holding her costume from The Dying Swan when she spoke her last words, "Play the last measure very softly."

Anna Pavlova, Russian ballerina. While touring in The Hague, Pavlova was told that she had pneumonia and required an operation. She was also told that she would never be able to dance again if she went ahead with it. She refused to have the surgery, saying "If I can't dance then I'd rather be dead." She died of pleurisy, three weeks short of her 50th birthday. She was holding her costume from The Dying Swan when she spoke her last words, "Play the last measure very softly."

Anna Pavlova as a bacchante in Marius Petipa and Alexander Glazunov’s ballet Les Saisons. c. February 1900 ( wikimedia )

Anna Pavlova as a bacchante in Marius Petipa and Alexander Glazunov’s ballet Les Saisons. c. February 1900 ( wikimedia )

Anna Pavlova in The Pharaoh's Daughter by klimbims on DeviantArt

Anna Pavlova in The Pharaoh's Daughter by klimbims on DeviantArt

Anna Pavlova's dying swan

Anna Pavlova's dying swan

Anna Pavlova and Jack. The compassionate friend can be identified by four things: by not rejoicing in your misfortune, delighting in your good fortune, preventing others from speaking ill of you, and encouraging others who praise your good qualities.

Anna Pavlova and Jack. The compassionate friend can be identified by four things: by not rejoicing in your misfortune, delighting in your good fortune, preventing others from speaking ill of you, and encouraging others who praise your good qualities.

❤️Anna Pavlova with her pet swan, Jack.

❤️Anna Pavlova with her pet swan, Jack.

"Anna Pavlova" by John Lavery, 1911, kelvingrove art gallery/museum, glasgow

"Anna Pavlova" by John Lavery, 1911, kelvingrove art gallery/museum, glasgow

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