Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser (Wagner), by Reutlinger around 1910s ( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar (lyric soprano) 1882-1967. She spent 16 seasons as a lyric soprano at the Metropolitan Opera

“Do not forget that I am a star.”

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser (Wagner), by reutlinger around 1910s ( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser (Wagner), by reutlinger around 1910s ( first Representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger Handing colored around 1910s edides by GG( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger Handing colored around 1910s edides by GG( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907 [ I found this one on a great flickr ‘s ollector but not with the good credit( GG as PC As SAPI as A. Noyer, is un editor of postards)]

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By Sapi ( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By Sapi ( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

 

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By Sapi ( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By Sapi ( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By ?.( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907)

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By ?.( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907)

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By GG( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By GG( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By GG( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By GG( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By GG( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

Geraldine Farrar as as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser, by reutlinger around handing colored,around 1910s edited By GG Co( first representation was at the Metropolitan Opera House February 6, 1907

 

 You can find the date here on metoperafamily.org and Here

This pic was published in  « Interpreters » By Carl Van Vechten , June 26, 2010

Listen Her singing in Tannhäuser, in Rec. of October 1, 1909 ( registration is not very good, but no matter it’s nice to listen)

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Reutlinger -Autoportrait avec Germaine Schroeder( poètesse ) vers 1913

« Fils, petit-fils et petit-neveu de photographes professionnels parisiens, Jean Reutlinger pratique entre autres la photographie au cours d’une brève existence qui s’achèvera à vingt-trois ans dans les premiers combats de la Grande Guerre. C’est un jeune homme exalté et sensible, cultivant avec ferveur son corps comme son esprit, poète collaborant avec son amie Germaine Schroeder à la revue La Vasque mais aussi champion d’athlétisme, et lié au coureur allemand Hans Braun. Son ouvre photographique, nus, portraits, paysages, est d’un classicisme épuré servi par de beaux tirages aux pigments. Ses portraits évoquent le pictorialisme retenu de Steichen plutôt que celui de l’école française.
Dans une série d’autoportraits avec Germaine Schroeder, dont la BNF ne possède que les négatifs, il explore une voie différente, intime et forte. Cette chronique d’un amour cisaillé par la guerre laisse deviner qu’il aurait été un acteur important du retour à la « photographie pure ». » BNF

John Léo (dit Jean) Reutlinger (1891-22 août 1914) Autoportrait avec Germaine Schroeder( poètessse) [1&2] vers 1913

John Léo (dit Jean) Reutlinger (1891-22 août 1914) -Autoportrait avec Germaine Schroeder( poètesse [1] vers 1913

John Léo (dit Jean) Reutlinger (1891-22 août 1914) -Autoportrait avec Germaine Schroeder( poètesse [1] vers 1913

John Léo (dit Jean) Reutlinger (1891-22 août 1914)Autoportrait avec Germaine Schroeder( poètesse) , vers 1913

John Léo (dit Jean) Reutlinger (1891-22 août 1914)Autoportrait avec Germaine Schroeder( poètesse) , vers 1913

John Léo (dit Jean) Reutlinger (1891-22 août 1914)- Portrait de la poètesse Germaine Schroeder  vers 1913 source bnf exposition

John Léo (dit Jean) Reutlinger (1891-22 août 1914)- Portrait de la poètesse Germaine Schroeder vers 1913 source bnf exposition

John Léo (dit Jean) Reutlinger (1891-22 août 1914)portrait de Germaine Schroeder  vers 1913 source bnf exposition

John Léo (dit Jean) Reutlinger (1891-22 août 1914)portrait de Germaine Schroeder vers 1913 source bnf exposition

John Léo (dit Jean) Reutlinger (1891-22 août 1914)- Portrait de la poétesse Germaine Schroeder dans son appartement du 52, rue Madame, vers 1913 source bnf exposition

John Léo (dit Jean) Reutlinger (1891-22 août 1914)- Portrait de la poétesse Germaine Schroeder dans son appartement du 52, rue Madame, vers 1913 source bnf exposition

Source Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la photographie

Reutlinger- Portrait of Melle de Villiers, Paris, 1900’s

Reutlinger- Portrait of Melle de Villiers, Paris, 1900’s  diffusion SIP via Chickeyonthego            

Reutlinger-  Melle de Villiers, photomontage, French postscard

Reutlinger- Melle de Villiers, photomontage, French postscard

Reutlinger – Portrait d’une femme, circa 1920.

Reutlinger - Portrait d'une femme, circa 1920.

Reutlinger – Portrait d’une femme, circa 1920. source Verdeau

Reutlinger– Portrait d’une femme

Reutlinger– Portrait c.1910

Reutlinger– Portrait c.1910

Reutlinger – Portrait d’une femme, circa 1920. source Verdeau

Reutlinger -Lina Cavalieri, vers 1900

Reutlinger -Lina Cavalieri,artiste, chanteuse, vers 1900 épreuve sur papier albuminé , ©photo musée d’Orsay -rmn

Reutlinger -Lina Cavalieri,artiste, chanteuse, vers  1900 épreuve sur papier albuminé , ©photo musée d'Orsay -rmn

Reutlinger -Lina Cavalieri,artiste, chanteuse, vers 1900 épreuve sur papier albuminé , ©photo musée d’Orsay -rmn