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Casanova : décors et costumes
Barbier, George, 1882-1932
Comelli, Attilio, 1858-1925
Costume design from production of Cinderella staged at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (1905-1906). Music by James M. Glover. Based on the book by F.C. Burnand, J. Hickory Wood and Arthur Collins.
Comte de Guiche Ve Acte
Costume design from a production of Cyrano de Bergerac. Man in short brown doublet; brown breeches with white ruffles at knees; white shirt with lavender bows on ruffled sleeves; black hat with lavender plumes; red cape with yellow trim and blue lining; brown hose; black shoes with lavender bows; holding...
Costume design from Richard Henry's The Count of Monte Cristo Junior. The production was staged at the Gaiety Theatre, London (1886). Woman wearing a black skirt; red blouse; white cummerbund with black polka-dots; red cloak trimmed in white, black and red; black stockings and shoes; black and red scarf...
Costume design from a production of Rob Roy. Man in a kilt; armour; tam; sword in right hand and shield in left hand. Designed using watercolour and ink mounted on cream paper.
Anisfeld, Boris Israelevich
Costume design from a production of the opera The Blue Bird, which was commissioned by the The Metropolitan Opera House in 1919. The opera was based on the play by Maurice Maeterlinck, and was composed by Albert Wolff. The design is described as a woman wearing a cubist-style dress of orange, pink and...
Costume design from Richard Henry's The Count of Monte Cristo Junior. The production was staged at the Gaiety Theatre, London (1886). Man wearing black breeches; white shirt, elaborate dark grey cloak and hat with white and red designs; black hose and shoes with silver buckles. Designed using ink and...
Costume design from the ballet production A Day in Paris, featuring actress Adeline Genée. The ballet was staged at the Empire Theatre, London, 1908. Dancer wearing a lavender and white dress; bodice constructed of paint tubes and ribbons; hat in shape of palette with brushes; lavender stockings; silver...
Costume design from the ballet production A Day in Paris, featuring actress Adeline Genée. Woman dressed as a vivandiere in red, white, and blue stripes with gold trim; white gloves; small keg at waist suspended from shoulder strap; red cap with tricoleur decoration; white gaiters over black shoes....
Costume Design (Skelt)
Costume designs from Edward Fitzball's The Red Rover. Skelt’s characters & scenes in 6 plates. [6 handcoloured plates of costume designs for this production]. Designed using watercolour and ink on cream paper.
Costume design of seven different devils for a 1961 production of Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe. Designed using ink, watercolour and gouache on manilla paper. Three labels on verso of mat: Galerie Kiatowisch, Basel; Annely Juda Fine Art, London; Galerie Bargera, Cologne, Germany. Attributed:...
Duke, Act. I
Costume design from a production of Measure for Measure, staged at The Old Vic (1933). Man wearing a black robe and cape with leafy designs; black hose; black pointed shoes; black hat with black plumes; gold chain at his neck, and gold sleeves with black design. There is a sketch in pencil on verso....
Girl of the Streets
Design for a production of Brecht’s The Threepenny Opera, at the Marionetteatern, Stockholm 1966, directed by Michael Meschke. The finished designs were in the form of flat ‘body-masks’, life-size drawings, painted on board, that were operated from behind by puppeteers dressed in black. Gouache...
Costume design from a production of John Murrell's Farther West, staring Barbara Budd and staged at Theatre Calgary (1982). The design is described as a woman wearing a full-length skirt; quilted jacket; hat; boots; holding a handkerchief in her left hand; open parasol at feet. Designed using pencil...
Costume design from a production of John Murrell's Farther West, staring Martha Henry and staged at Theatre Calgary (1982). The design is described as a woman wearing a full-length skirt; blouse; camisole; and apron. Designed using pencil on onion skin.
Engraved dramatic portraits
A collection of engraved portraits, mainly of actors but also including a few theatre managers and playwrights. A good representative collection of the British stage at the turn of the eighteenth century.
Costume design from a production of William Shakespeare's As You Like It (1907). Man wearing a white shirt; brown tunic and breeches; tan vest and boots; tan hat; mauve scarf draped over arm; tan purse suspended from belt; sword at waist; holding spear in right hand. Designed using pencil and watercolour...
Papillon, Act. I
Costume design from Ivan Caryll's opera The Duchess of Dantzig. The production was staged at the Lyric Theatre, London (1903). Man wearing white breeches; blue and white striped jacket and hose; cloak lavishly decorated with ribbons; black shoes with silver buckles; carrying large musical instrument...
Bakst, Leon, 1866-1924
Costume designs and set designs of individual ballerinas, and chorus, as well as original designs for a production of "Papillons."
Costume design from Kenneth MacMillan's ballet production La Fin du Jour. Woman wearing a beige gown with green trim. Designed using ink and watercolour on white paper.
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