Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence. The Pyrrhic dance. Opus LXIX. Painting, oil on canvas. 1869.

Maenad with sword and dismembered animal, flutist playing double flute. Painting on a vase, 500 B.C., approximately.

Dancer holding spear and shield; double-flute player.
Painting, vase, 500 B.C., approximately.

Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence (painting), Garnier, Ed. (sketch). The Pyrrhic dance. Print, 1880 approximately.
11 x 21.5 cm.
Greece, Athens, collection Alkis Raftis.

Hadjimichail, Theophilos. Albanians dancing (Oi Alvanoi chorevontes). Painting, 1932. 71 x 122 cm.

Leblanc, Théodore (drawing); de Gihaut (engraving). Dance by warriors before Athens (Danse de palikares devant Athènes). Print, lithograph, color, 1823 approximately.  23.5 x 36 cm.

Danse guerrière (War dance).
Print, lithograph, color, 1930 approximately.

Gérôme, Jean-Léon (1824-1904). The pyrrhic dance (La danse pyrrhique). Painting, oil on canvas, 1880 approximately.
 63.5 x 89 cm.

Vryzakis, Theodore. Dancers dressed in “fustanela”. Drawing, pencil on paper, 1865 approximately. 19 x 27 cm.

Hadjimichail, Theophilos. General of the Peloponnese Theodore Kolokotronis. Painting, 1933. 78 x 164.5 cm.

Wierusz-Kowalski, Anton. A Greek dancing with swords. Painting, oil on canvas, 1930 approximately. 75 x 100 cm.

Paglianti, Giovanni (engraving). Danza pirrica (Pyrrhic dance). Print, monochrome, 1890 approximately.
Greece, Athens, collection Alkis Raftis.

Worriors’ chorus dancing. Fêtes de Delphes, fondées par Angelos Sikelianos.
Print, monochrome, 1930.

Tsipis, K.. Hashish smokers entertaining themselves.
Drawing, 1935 approximately. 

Girl dancing the Pyrriche with female aulos-player. Painting, clay vase, -420 B.C., approximately. 29.6 x 5.1 cm diam..