Tag Archives: E.O. Hoppe

Bronislava Nijinska – “downright difficult and determined”

To be the sister of Vaslav Nijinsky would be a difficult role, firstly because of his immense fame and secondly

Nijinksy through the eyes and lens of E O Hoppé

Having just finished Julian Barnes’s compelling new novel, The Sense of an Ending, I’ve been thinking about the tricks that

When Fonteyn and BQ called on E.O. Hoppé

Margot Fonteyn was 16 when she visited the London studio of Emil Otto Hoppé. The year was 1935, and by