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  1. Lídia Vasilyevna Lopokova, Baronesa Keynes ( São Petersburgo, 21 de outubro de 1892 — 8 de junho de 1981) em russo: Лидия Васильевна Лопухова) foi uma bailarina russa, famosa durante o início do século XX. É também conhecida como Lady Keynes, por ter sido a esposa do economista John Maynard Keynes.

  2. Lydia Lopokova, Baroness Keynes (born Lidiya Vasilyevna Lopukhova, Russian: Лидия Васильевна Лопухова; 21 October 1891 – 8 June 1981) was a Russian ballerina famous during the early 20th century. Lopokova trained at the Imperial Ballet School.

  3. 30 de jun. de 1981 · Lydia Lopokova, a leading ballerina of Serge Diaghilev's Ballets Russes and a popular figure on the English social and ballet scenes, died June 8 in England. She was 88 years old.

  4. Well-known Russian-born ballerina who performed mainly in the U.S., Britain, and Western Europe and married the noted English economist John Maynard Keynes. Name variations: Lopukhova or Lopoukhova; Loppy; Lady Keynes. Pronunciation: Lopokova:LOW-poe-KOE-va; Keynes: KAYNES.

  5. Lydia Lopokova. (1892-1981), Ballet dancer; wife of Baron Keynes. Lydia Lopokova (Lady Keynes) Sitter in 22 portraits. Russian ballerina Lopokova joined the Ballets Russes in 1910 but it was not until 1918 that she was first seen in London when she appeared as a principal dancer alongside Massine at the Coliseum.

  6. Lydia Lopokova. (1891—1981) ballet dancer. Quick Reference. ( b St Petersburg, 21 Oct. 1891; d Seaford, 8 Jun. 1981) Russian-British dancer, sister of Andrei and Fyodor Lopukhov. She studied at the Imperial Theatre School with Fokine, making her debut when still a child and graduating in 1909 into the Mariinsky Theatre.

  7. This collection comprises materials related to the performances of Lydia Lopokova Keynes, pieces of her writing, correspondence, and other items that chronicle her life, including photographs, diaries, scrapbooks and reminiscences by others.