Arturo de Navas(?) dancing with another man, Buenos Aires, 1903

Ray Batchelor revised this on 23 November 2018: This detail of the magazine page (the text is chopped off) was downloaded in 2016 from the website of Tangology 101, where this caption accompanies it: “1903 – El Tango Criollo In 1903, the Buenos Aires publication Caras y Caretas published the

Men dancing (?) tango with each other in Buenos Aires – date?

Ray Batchelor writes [and adds, 15 01 2020 – see below]: “Downloaded from Wikimedia Commons. Beyond believing what most sources indicate – that these are men, that they are dancing (or practicing, or posing) with each other in a street in Buenos Aires at some time in the 20th century,

Brigitta Winkler and Agelika Fischer dance tango in the 1980s

Ray Batchelor writes: “Downloaded from a Facebook posting by Bruce Stratton, posted on 18th June 2015. Next to the image, Brigitta Winkler has written: “this is a picture from myself and my grande looking girlfriend angelika in the good old tango days of the 80 ties ….I found it today

The dance of the closing of Lorea market. Detail. 1909.

  Ray Batchelor writes (15 01 2020): I urge you to enlarge this high quality image and look at it very carefully. It is a detail taken from this larger photograph, “El baile de clausura” which appeared in the popular Buenos Aires magazine Caras y Caretas (“Faces & Masks) in 1909.

1912 – Outdoor Paris Dance

Ray Batchelor writes: The title I have given this image is taken from the “Tangology” website:   I find this image interesting because it shows women same sex couples in public. I expect the identification of the location according to Tangology is accurate, although I have seen the same

Racing Driver, Juan Fangio, dancing tango while on military service in Argentina, 1932

Ray Batchelor writes: Fangio had a tango composed in his honour: UN TANGO PARA FANGIO – Letra: Delfino Martinez / Musica: Nino Valinotti   For information (in Italian) about him:   In Spanish:   This image is a screenshot made by me on 14th February 2016 from:

Ève Lavallière and Andrée Spinelly in tango pose, Paris 1913

Ray Batchelor writes: “I have this information from the source: Titre : Mr et Mme Richepin, Spinelly et Lavallière [les deux femmes dansant le tango] : [photographie de presse] / [Agence Rol] Auteur : Agence Rol. Agence photographique Date d’édition : 1913 Sujet : Richepin, Jean (1849-1926) — Résidences et

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