Bronze sculpture “Pas de Deux” shows a male and female ballet dancer who are performing a choreography together. The French term “pas de deux” means “duet” and was often used in the early times of ballet to open a ballet performance. During the Baroque the couple danced synchronized, but later in the Romantic period the man took a more supportive role during the act of pirouettes, arabesques and attitudes. The Pas de Deux is often used to express courtschip and symbolizes the love between two people. For more bronze statues with ballet, see also Bronze sculptures “Three Ballerinas”.