Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Aristocracy

BRITAIN/
RTR38FLD
September 25, 2012
Debutante Ella Venables is taught to waltz by a guest in the spacious ladies' toilets at Queen Charlotte's...
London, United Kingdom
Debutante Ella Venables is taught to waltz by a guest in the spacious ladies' toilets at Queen Charlotte's...
Debutante Ella Venables is taught to waltz by a guest in the spacious ladies' toilets at Queen Charlotte's Ball in central London September 14, 2012. Ella is anxious because she will have to dance with her father but does not know how to waltz. Queen Charlotte's Ball is the crowning event of the London Season, a programme for a hand-picked group of girls from rich backgrounds, normally between 17 and 20 years old, involving meetings with aristocracy, etiquette classes, and charity fund-raising. Picture taken September 14, 2012. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)

ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 23 OF 26 FOR PACKAGE 'THE DEBUTANTES BALL' SEARCH 'DEBUTANTES' FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN/
RTX15OGG
September 14, 2012
Debutantes rehearse for Queen Charlotte's Ball in central London September 14, 2012. Queen Charlotte's...
London, United Kingdom
Debutantes rehearse for Queen Charlotte's Ball in central London
Debutantes rehearse for Queen Charlotte's Ball in central London September 14, 2012. Queen Charlotte's Ball is the crowning event of the London Season, a programme for a hand-picked group of girls from rich backgrounds, normally between 17 and 20 years old, involving meetings with aristocracy, etiquette classes, and charity fund-raising. Picture taken September 14, 2012. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR38FL7
September 14, 2012
Debutantes rehearse for Queen Charlotte's Ball in central London September 14, 2012. Queen Charlotte's...
London, United Kingdom
Debutantes rehearse for Queen Charlotte's Ball in central London
Debutantes rehearse for Queen Charlotte's Ball in central London September 14, 2012. Queen Charlotte's Ball is the crowning event of the London Season, a programme for a hand-picked group of girls from rich backgrounds, normally between 17 and 20 years old, involving meetings with aristocracy, etiquette classes, and charity fund-raising. Picture taken September 14, 2012. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 19 OF 26 FOR PACKAGE 'THE DEBUTANTES BALL' SEARCH 'DEBUTANTES' FOR ALL IMAGES


FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E9BM0U1701.
PERU-HORSES/
RTR2GR4Q
July 26, 2010
Riders on Peruvian Paso horses guide their horses past a judge during the National Show in Mamacona near...
Lima, Peru
To match Reuters Life! PERU-HORSES/
Riders on Peruvian Paso horses guide their horses past a judge during the National Show in Mamacona near Lima February 12, 2010. In the shadow of the Pre-Incan ruin of Pachacamac, Peruvians in straw hats and white ponchos saunter around a lawn at a beauty contest for one of the most enduring symbols of Spanish colonialism -- the horse. The contests at Mamacona, a colonial hacienda that is home to Peru's main association of horse breeders, are held to celebrate the breed's elegance, which has long appealed to Peru's old aristocracy and, increasingly, to wealthy professionals.
Picture taken February 12, 2010. To match Reuters Life! PERU-HORSES/ REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
PERU-HORSES/
RTR2GR4O
July 26, 2010
Riders on Peruvian Paso horses guide their horses past a judge during the National Show in Mamacona near...
Lima, Peru
To match Reuters Life! PERU-HORSES/
Riders on Peruvian Paso horses guide their horses past a judge during the National Show in Mamacona near Lima February 12, 2010. In the shadow of the Pre-Incan ruin of Pachacamac, Peruvians in straw hats and white ponchos saunter around a lawn at a beauty contest for one of the most enduring symbols of Spanish colonialism -- the horse. The contests at Mamacona, a colonial hacienda that is home to Peru's main association of horse breeders, are held to celebrate the breed's elegance, which has long appealed to Peru's old aristocracy and, increasingly, to wealthy professionals.
Picture taken February 12, 2010. To match Reuters Life! PERU-HORSES/ REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
ITALY/
RTX6N5W
June 08, 2008
Debutantes dress backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome, June 7, 2008. The...
Rome, Italy
Debutantes dress backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
Debutantes dress backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome, June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTX6N5U
June 08, 2008
Debutantes chat as they wait backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7,...
Rome, Italy
Debutantes chat as they wait backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
Debutantes chat as they wait backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTX6N5T
June 08, 2008
Partners of debutantes dress backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7,...
Rome, Italy
Partners of debutantes dress backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
Partners of debutantes dress backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTX6N5S
June 08, 2008
Debutantes wait backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The...
Rome, Italy
Debutantes wait backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
Debutantes wait backstage before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTX6N5Q
June 08, 2008
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome, June 7,...
Rome, Italy
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome, June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTX6N5P
June 08, 2008
Debutantes prepare before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes...
Rome, Italy
Debutantes prepare before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
Debutantes prepare before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTX6N5O
June 08, 2008
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7,...
Rome, Italy
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTX6N5N
June 08, 2008
Debutantes stand during a pause at a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome, June 7, 2008. The...
Rome, Italy
Debutantes stand during a pause at a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
Debutantes stand during a pause at a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome, June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTX6N5K
June 08, 2008
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7,...
Rome, Italy
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTX6N5H
June 08, 2008
Debutantes stand in line during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes...
Rome, Italy
Debutantes stand in line during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
Debutantes stand in line during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTX6N5D
June 08, 2008
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7,...
Rome, Italy
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
Debutantes dance with their partners during a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTX6N5C
June 08, 2008
A debutante gets ready before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes...
Rome, Italy
A debutante gets ready before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome
A debutante gets ready before a ball at Chigi Palace in Ariccia, south of Rome June 7, 2008. The debutantes ball was held for members of the aristocracy and high society. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
LIFE-PORTUGAL/KING
RTR1ROF7
July 10, 2007
Dom Duarte, the Duke of Braganza, talks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon in this June 15, 2007...
Lisbon, Portugal
To match LIFE-PORTUGAL/KING
Dom Duarte, the Duke of Braganza, talks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon in this June 15, 2007 file photo. Duarte, a relic of the Portuguese aristocracy, may not enjoy the riches or influence of the former kings of Portugal, but he'd be happy to take the throne if it was on offer. Although Portugal has been a republic since 1910, Duarte told Reuters he'd like to see a referendum on whether the constitution can be changed to bring back the monarchy and allow him to regain the family throne. To match LIFE-PORTUGAL/KING REUTERS/Nacho Doce/Files (PORTUGAL)
LIFE-PORTUGAL/KING
RTR1ROF6
July 10, 2007
Dom Duarte, the Duke of Braganza, poses during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon in this June 15, 2007...
Lisbon, Portugal
To match LIFE-PORTUGAL/KING
Dom Duarte, the Duke of Braganza, poses during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon in this June 15, 2007 file photo. Duarte, a relic of the Portuguese aristocracy, may not enjoy the riches or influence of the former kings of Portugal, but he'd be happy to take the throne if it was on offer. Although Portugal has been a republic since 1910, Duarte told Reuters he'd like to see a referendum on whether the constitution can be changed to bring back the monarchy and allow him to regain the family throne. To match LIFE-PORTUGAL/KING REUTERS/Nacho Doce/Files (PORTUGAL)
PORTUGAL/
RTR1ROF2
July 10, 2007
Dom Duarte, the Duke of Braganza poses after an interview with Reuters in Lisbon in this June 15, 2007...
Lisbon, Portugal
To match feature LIFE PORTUGAL/KING
Dom Duarte, the Duke of Braganza poses after an interview with Reuters in Lisbon in this June 15, 2007 file photo. Duarte, the Duke of Braganza and a relic of the Portuguese aristocracy, may not enjoy the riches or influence of the former kings of Portugal, but he'd be happy to take the throne if it was on offer. Although Portugal has been a republic since 1910, Duarte told Reuters he'd like to see a referendum on whether the constitution can be changed to bring back the monarchy and allow him to regain the family throne. To match feature LIFE PORTUGAL/KING REUTERS/Nacho Doce/Files (PORTUGAL)
LIFE-PORTUGAL/KING
RTR1ROEQ
July 10, 2007
Dom Duarte, the Duke of Braganza, talks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon in this June 15, 2007...
Lisbon, Portugal
To match LIFE-PORTUGAL/KING
Dom Duarte, the Duke of Braganza, talks during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon in this June 15, 2007 file photo. Duarte, a relic of the Portuguese aristocracy, may not enjoy the riches or influence of the former kings of Portugal, but he'd be happy to take the throne if it was on offer. Although Portugal has been a republic since 1910, Duarte told Reuters he'd like to see a referendum on whether the constitution can be changed to bring back the monarchy and allow him to regain the family throne. To match LIFE-PORTUGAL/KING REUTERS/Nacho Doce/Files (PORTUGAL)
ITALY/
RTR1M8OK
February 10, 2007
Diplomats and Roman aristocracy attend a costume ball, held by the Roberto Wirth fund to mark the start...
Rome, Italy
Diplomats and Roman aristocracy attend a costume ball at the French embassy in Rome
Diplomats and Roman aristocracy attend a costume ball, held by the Roberto Wirth fund to mark the start of carnival, at the French embassy in Rome February 10, 2007. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTR1M8OF
February 10, 2007
Diplomats and Roman aristocracy attend a costume ball, held by the Roberto Wirth fund to mark the start...
Rome, Italy
Diplomats and Roman aristocracy attend a costume ball at the French embassy in Rome
Diplomats and Roman aristocracy attend a costume ball, held by the Roberto Wirth fund to mark the start of carnival, at the French embassy in Rome February 10, 2007. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
RUSSIA
RTR1CVU2
April 28, 2006
A woman unveils a statue in the Summer Garden in St. Petersburg April 28, 2006. The 91 marble statues...
St.Petersburg, Russia
Woman unveils statue in Summer Garden in St Petersburg
A woman unveils a statue in the Summer Garden in St. Petersburg April 28, 2006. The 91 marble statues in the 18th century Summer Garden, which used to be a popular place for relaxation for the Russian aristocracy, are sheltered every year from severe frost by linen clothes and wooden boxes and revealed to the public in May. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
RUSSIA
RTXO784
February 06, 2006
A man walks near an ice palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St.Petersburg, February 6, 2006. The ice palace...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A man walks near an ice palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St.Petersburg, February 6, 2006. The ice pal.....
A man walks near an ice palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St.Petersburg, February 6, 2006. The ice palace is the exact copy of the one designed for the local aristocracy in 1740 by architect Georg Kraft. The temperature in St Petersburg reached - 21 degrees Celsius (-6 Fahrenheit) on Monday.
RUSSIA
RTR1A15K
February 06, 2006
A man walks near an ice palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St.Petersburg, February 6, 2006. The ice palace...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A man walks near an ice palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St Petersburg
A man walks near an ice palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St.Petersburg, February 6, 2006. The ice palace is the exact copy of the one designed for the local aristocracy in 1740 by architect Georg Kraft. The temperature in St Petersburg reached - 21 degrees Celsius (-6 Fahrenheit) on Monday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
RUSSIA
RTR1A155
February 06, 2006
People walk past an ice palace in front of the Winter Palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St.Petersburg,...
St.Petersburg, Russia
People pass an ice palace in front of the Winter Palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St Petersburg
People walk past an ice palace in front of the Winter Palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St.Petersburg, February 6, 2006. The ice palace is the exact copy of the one designed for the local aristocracy in 1740 by architect Georg Kraft. The temperature in St Petersburg reached - 21 degrees Celsius (-6 Fahrenheit) on Monday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
RUSSIA
RTR15WVZ
February 06, 2006
A man walks near an ice palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St.Petersburg, February 6, 2006. The ice palace...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A man walks near an ice palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St Petersburg
A man walks near an ice palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St.Petersburg, February 6, 2006. The ice palace is the exact copy of the one designed for the local aristocracy in 1740 by architect Georg Kraft. The temperature in St Petersburg reached - 21 degrees Celsius (-6 Fahrenheit) on Monday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
RUSSIA
RTR15WVV
February 06, 2006
People walk past an ice palace in front of the Winter Palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St.Petersburg,...
St.Petersburg, Russia
People pass an ice palace in front of the Winter Palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St Petersburg
People walk past an ice palace in front of the Winter Palace in Dvortsovaya Square in St.Petersburg, February 6, 2006. The ice palace is the exact copy of the one designed for the local aristocracy in 1740 by architect Georg Kraft. The temperature in St Petersburg reached - 21 degrees Celsius (-6 Fahrenheit) on Monday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
RTR1YY8
August 22, 2003
Japanese Kyogen, a more humorous performing art against the serious Noh
play, is staged at Tokyo's Sensoji...
Japan
JAPANESE KYOGEN PERFORMANCE IS STAGED AT TOKYO'S SENSOJI TEMPLE.
Japanese Kyogen, a more humorous performing art against the serious Noh
play, is staged at Tokyo's Sensoji Temple for a summer performance in
Tokyo August 22, 2003. As a component of Noh, Kyogen had received the
patronage of Japan's military aristocracy in earlier centuries, and is
today performed both independently and as part of Noh programmes.
REUTERS/Eriko Sugita REUTERS

ES
RTR1YXY
August 22, 2003
Japanese Kyogen theatre is performed at Tokyo's Sensoji Temple August
22, 2003. As a component of Noh,...
Japan
JAPANESE KYOGEN THEATRE IS PERFORMED IN TOKYO.
Japanese Kyogen theatre is performed at Tokyo's Sensoji Temple August
22, 2003. As a component of Noh, the more humorous Kyogen stage had
received the patronage of Japan's nilitary aristocracy in earlier
centuries, and is today performed both independently and as part of Noh
programmes. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita REUTERS

ES
LIFE INDIA ROYALS
RTRJBP4
February 16, 2003
The Maharawal of Jaisalamer, Brijesh Singh, 36, poses for pictures with
his wife Raseshwari Rajya Laxmi...
Jaisalmer, Republic of India
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE LIFE INDIA ROYALS.
The Maharawal of Jaisalamer, Brijesh Singh, 36, poses for pictures with
his wife Raseshwari Rajya Laxmi and his two-year-old son Janmejaya Raj
Singh in Jaisalamer in the northwestern state of Rajasthan. Fifty-five
years after India's birth, its once omnipotent royals find themselves
trapped in a time wrap where demands on them have not faded but their
power and wealth have. Picture taken February 16, 2003. TO ACCOMPANY
FEATURE LIFE INDIA ROYALS REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski

JSG/RCS
POLAND
RTXKJ8U
May 26, 2001
A group of idle men loiter outside a liquor store in the northern Polish town of Bialogard May 24, 2001....
Warsaw, Poland
A group of idle men loiter outside a liquor store in the northern Polish town of Bialogard May 24, 2.....
A group of idle men loiter outside a liquor store in the northern Polish town of Bialogard May 24, 2001. The old walled town is the centre of a district with 35 percent unemployment. The area has been particularly badly hit by rising unemployment because of the collapse of collective farms which were created under communism on old German estates once owned by the Prussian aristocracy. National unemployment in Poland has risen by half over the past four years to 16 percent, and voters are expected to punish the right-wing minority government as a result at a general election in September.
POLAND
RTXKJ8T
May 26, 2001
A man leans out of his window, together with his dog, in the northern Polish town of Bialogard May 24,...
Warsaw, Poland
A man leans out of his window, together with his dog, in the northern Polish town of Bialogard May 2.....
A man leans out of his window, together with his dog, in the northern Polish town of Bialogard May 24, 2001. The run-down town has struggled to cope with spiralling unemployment since the collapse of communism in 1989. The unemployment rate is 35 percent in Bialogard district, which has a population of 50,000. Many rural dwellers have lost their work on collective farms - based on old German estates once owned by the Prussian aristocracy - which have gone bankrupt in recent years. National unemployment in Poland has risen by half over the past four years to 16 percent, and voters are expected to punish the right-wing minority government as a result at a general election in September.
POLAND
RTXKJ1Y
May 26, 2001
A small girl plays on her bicycle in a courtyard in Bialogard May 24, 2001. The run-down town in Poland's...
Warsaw, Poland
A small girl plays on her bicycle in a courtyard in Bialogard May 24, 2001. The run-down town in Pol.....
A small girl plays on her bicycle in a courtyard in Bialogard May 24, 2001. The run-down town in Poland's northwest has struggled to cope with spiralling unemployment since the collapse of communism in 1989. [The unemployment rate is 35 percent in Bialogard district, which has a population of 50,000. Many rural dwellers have lost their work on collective farms - based on old German estates once owned by the Prussian aristocracy - which have gone bankrupt in recent years. National unemployment in Poland has risen by half over the past four years to 16 percent, and voters are expected to punish the right-wing minority government as a result at a general election in September. ]
CARRINGTON
RTXK5H4
November 29, 2000
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian...
Mexico City, Mexico
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bo.....
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian Roma district of Mexico City November 11, 2000, where she has lived for the past 50 years. Carrington was born into the British aristocracy but ran off to Paris at the age of 19 with her lover, the [Surrealist painter Max Ernst], where she hung out with other [Surrealists like Salvador Dali, Andre Breton and Marcel Duchamp.]
CARRINGTON
RTXK5H3
November 29, 2000
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian...
Mexico City, Mexico
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bo.....
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian Roma district of Mexico City November 11, 2000, where she has lived for the past 50 years. Carrington was born into the British aristocracy but ran off to Paris at the age of 19 with her lover, [the Surrealist painter Max Ernst, where she hung out with other Surrealists like Salvador Dali, Andre Breton and Marcel Duchamp.]
CARRINGTON
RTXK5H2
November 29, 2000
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian...
Mexico City, Mexico
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bo.....
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian Roma district of Mexico City November 11, 2000, where she has lived for the past 50 years. Carrington was born into the British aristocracy but ran away with her lover, [the Surrealist painter Max Ernst, to Paris], where her work was first shown in an exhibition of Surrealist art in 1938. Her sculptures of fabulous creatures and mystical monsters adorn Mexico City.
CARRINGTON
RTXK5H1
November 29, 2000
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian...
Mexico City, Mexico
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bo.....
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian Roma district of Mexico City November 11, 2000, where she has lived for the past 50 years. Carrington was born into the British aristocracy but ran off to Paris at the age of 19 with her lover, the [Surrealist painter Max Ernst where she hung out with other Surrealists like Salvador Dali, Andre Breton and Marcel Duchamp.]
PEOPLE MEXICO CARRINGTON
RTRBF8N
November 11, 2000
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talksduring an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian...
Mexico City, Mexico
BRITISH ARTIST LEONORA CARRINGTON POSES DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS.
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talksduring an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian Roma district of Mexico City November 11, 2000, where she has lived for the past 50 years. Carrington was born into the British aristocracy but ran away with her lover, the Surrealist painter Max Ernst, to Paris, where her work was first shown in an exhibition of Surrealist art in 1938. Her sculptures of fabulous creatures and mystical monsters adorn Mexico City.

DA/RCS
MEXICO FEATURE CARRINGTON
RTRBF8I
November 11, 2000
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian...
Mexico City, Mexico
BRITISH ARTIST LEONORA CARRINGTON DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS.
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian Roma district of Mexico City November 11, 2000, where she has lived for the past 50 years. Carrington was born into the British aristocracy but ran off to Paris at the age of 19 with her lover, the Surrealist painter Max Ernst where she hung out with other Surrealists like Salvador Dali, Andre Breton and Marcel Duchamp.

DA/MMR
MEXICO FEATURE CARRINGTON
RTRBF6Q
November 11, 2000
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian...
Mexico City, Mexico
BRITISH ARTIST LEONORA CARRINGTON TALKING DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS.
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian Roma district of Mexico City November 11, 2000, where she has lived for the past 50 years. Carrington was born into the British aristocracy but ran off to Paris at the age of 19 with her lover, the Surrealist painter Max Ernst, where she hung out with other Surrealists like Salvador Dali, Andre Breton and Marcel Duchamp.

DA/RCS
MEXICO FEATURE CARRINGTON
RTRBF6K
November 11, 2000
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian...
Mexico City, Mexico
BRITISH ARTIST LEONORA CARRINGTON TALKING DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS.
British artist Leonora Carrington, 84, talks during an interview with Reuters in her house in the bohemian Roma district of Mexico City November 11, 2000, where she has lived for the past 50 years. Carrington was born into the British aristocracy but ran off to Paris at the age of 19 with her lover, the Surrealist painter Max Ernst, where she hung out with other Surrealists like Salvador Dali, Andre Breton and Marcel Duchamp.

DA/RCS
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 2