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Harris, George W.
Costume design from William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. Man wearing a black robe, tunic, breeches, and hat, all with cream designs; white neck ruff; cream hose. [ca. 1920]. Designed using pencil, watercolour and gouache on a beige card. Acquired from McKenzie and Sutherland.
Sursmayer, élève et secrétaire de Mozart
The design is described as a man in blue tailcoat with navy blue collar; blue waistcoat; blue breeches; white shirt with jabot and ruffles at wrists; navy blue cape; holding navy blue bicorne hat in right hand; grey hose; black shoes with silver buckles. Designed using crayon and watercolour on cream...
Théocle Prince de Pyle
Costume design from Molière's La Princesse d’Élide. Man in blue tunic trimmed and ornamented in yellow; blue boots with yellow and green designs; blue helmet with large green plume; diaphanous cream coloured shirt with yellow bow tie; curved sword at left side. Théâtre de Molière, 1936. Designed...
Théodora’, rôle de Justinien
The design is described as a man in heavily decorated and jewel encrusted tunic of orange and gold; crimson cape decorated at neck; crown with eagle design; holding jewelled orb in left hand and sceptre in right hand; jewel encrusted shoes. Designed using pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache on cream...
Tircis berger chantant 3em intermède
Costume design from Molière's La Princesse d’Élide. Man in blue tunic over pink tunic with pink sleeves and with design of berries and green leaves; yellow breeches with same design as tunic; salmon coloured leggings; blue cloak with salmon coloured lining; white shirt with large bow tie; light blue...
Toilette de voyage – Aloyza Wéber
The design is described as a woman in grey winter coat with white frog closures and white fur trim at bottom, cuffs and collar; white fur muff; white fur hat with white plume; white gloves; white boots. Designed using charcoal and watercolour on cream card. Annotated in pencil and ink.
Turquie; l’officier turc
The design is described as a man in long burgundy and orange robe, with two swords in white kusak; white helmet with train and yellow plumes; burgundy and orange bulgha; long staff surmounted by crescent moon in right hand. Designed using crayon on cream paper. Annotated in pencil and ink.
Turquie; Soldat Turc
The design is described as a man in green pantaloon trousers; purple tunic with green collar, trim and wide sleeves; yellow kusak; white helmet with train and black plumes; red bulgha (slipper shoes); scimitar at left side. Designed using crayon on cream paper. Annotated in pencil and ink.
Costume design from Henri Fescourt's film Monte-Cristo (1929) featuring actress Marie Glory playing Valentine de Villefort. Woman wearing a blue-grey dress with white ruffles at neck, sleeves, and hem of dress; with wide red ribbon trim running through; white diaphanous chemise; blue-grey bonnet with...
Valets de chiens Prologue
Costume design from Molière's La Princesse d’Élide. Man with purple wig in orange and green tunic and short breeches; green boots with orange trim and heels; orange hat with green plumes; beige diaphanous shirt; holding spear in left hand. Théâtre de Molière, 1936. Designed using pencil, watercolour,...
The design is described as a man in tan doublet with brocade design and olive trim; olive breeches; white shirt with falling band with lace edging; brown cape; holding brown hat in left hand and walking stick in right hand; tall olive boots. Designed using crayon and watercolour on cream card. Annotated...
Van Hope and L'Espagnol
Costume design from Jean Boyer's film Les aventures de Casanova (1946). The film stars actor Jean Tissier. Man in dark green frock coat; dark green breeches; tan waistcoat; white shirt with jabot and ruffles at wrists; light green hose; black shoes. Man in black hat; black cape; dark grey jacket; dark...
The design is described as a woman in dress with long rust coloured skirt and jacket; white trim on jacket; purple shoes. Designed using pencil and gouache on tan paper. Annotated in coloured pencil and ink. Also annotated on verso.
Von Blutz 1er costume
The design is described as a man in white shirt with jabot and ruffles at wrists; yellow waistcoat with orange trim; navy blue breeches; light blue hose; navy blue tailcoat with gold trim and orange collar, cuffs and lining; white gloves; sword at right side; holding bicorne black hat with orange trim...
Von Blutz 2em costume
The design is described as a man in navy blue tailcoat with light green collar and cuffs, and floral designs; pale gold breeches and hose; white shirt with white jabot with orange tie and ruffles at wrists; gold and white striped waistcoat; navy blue hat with green band and orange buckle; navy blue shoes...
Von Blutz 3em costume
The design is described as a man in wine tailcoat with green and orange floral patterned trim along edges and sleeves and green lining; green patterned breeches; green patterned waistcoat with orange and green floral patterned trim; white shirt with black tie, jabot and ruffles at wrists; cream coloured...
Von Blutz 4em costume
The design is described as a man in purple waistcoat with purple and white striped collar; purple breeches; white shirt with jabot and ruffles at wrists; lavender hose and gloves; lavender overcoat with brown collar, cuffs, lining and decorations at buttons and pockets; purple hat with brown trim; brown...
Wall, L’Heure Bleue
Costume design from Kenneth MacMillan's ballet production La Fin du Jour. Man wearing a white tuxedo; blue lapels; red cummberbund. Designed using ink on white paper.
XVIII Siècle, modes Louis XV et Louis XVI
Three men in various costumes including details of ruffles, collars, ties, and night shirt “La dernière chemise de nuit de Louis XVI”. Pencil and ink on cream paper on cream card. Annotated in ink. Also annotated “21 Janvier 1793 mort du roi”.
XVIII Siècle, regnes de Louis XV et Louis XVI
Six women in various costumes including lingerie, hats, coats, redingote, “robe à l’anglaise” and “robe à la circassienne”. Designed using pencil and ink on cream paper on cream card. Annotated in ink.
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