Egyptian Revival Risque Dancer Postcard
Samia Gamal on the cover of the French "Noir et Blanc", October 11, 1950. سامية جمال
Massin sisters, Luxor, Egypt. note rolled belts w/ hanging strips of embroidered/brocade (?) fabric or ribbon.
This looks like Nelja Ates, a Turkish Bellydancer famous for being in The Son of Sinbad. Not sure, though, but the fascinator cap looks like...
Gunnar Berndtson - Almée, an Egyptian Dancer  by Gandalf’s Gallery on Flickr.
Henri Adrien Tanoux (1865-1923) - Harem Beauty. Oil on Canvas. Circa 1890-1900. 106.6cm x 80.6cm.
Group of Guedra dancers from Goulimine, called “Blue Women” because of the Pondicherry indigo cloth used to dye their fabric, having tea, Morocco, 1959.
Samia Gamal Belly Dance