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BAKST, Leon, designer  Russia 1866 – France 1924-12-27  France from 1912, with regular visits to Europe and North Africa  Costume for a brigand  Daphnis et Chloe

Photography costume worn with boots in the presentation of Polovetsianas Dances Prince Igor (Paris, Ballets Russes Company Theatre S.

Léon BAKST designer Belarus (Russia) 1866 – France 1924 France from 1912 Paris France producer 1909 – 1929 Marie MUELLE costumier France Costume for Queen Thamar c.1912 dress: acetate, silk, rayon, cotton, metallic braid, lamé, metal medallions, elastic; overskirt: silk, rayon, cotton, lamé, metallic braid, metal buckle, imitation turquoise; cropped vest: silk, lamé, metallic braid, metal medallions; crown: acetate, cotton, lamé, metallic braid, metal medallions,..

Léon BAKST designer Belarus (Russia) 1866 – France 1924 France from 1912 Paris France producer 1909 – 1929 Marie MUELLE costumier France Costume for Queen Thamar Purchased 1973 National Gallery of Australia, Canberra NGA

Costume designed by Natalia Gontcharova for Sea Princess in Adolph Bolm's ballet 'Sadko' (Front view) Diaghilev Ballets Russes - 1916

Ballets Russes Costumes Leon Bakst design for the Chief Eunuch 'Schéhérazade' I know the Ballets Russes is one of those su.

BALLET RUSSES – Pulcinella: Giorgio de CHIRICO, designer (Greece 1888 – Italy 1979); Dress, 1932:  wool, cotton, paint. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

1932 Giorgio de Chirico 'Pulcinella' costume for les Ballets Russes; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

Ballets Russes - Costume from The Sleeping Princess, designed by Leon Bakst

Léon Bakst, Costume for a ‘Negro Lackey’ from The Sleeping Princess, ‘Described as a ‘gorgeous calamity’ by critics, The Sleeping Princess ran for 115 performances but nearly bankrupted Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes.

BALLET RUSSES – Le Coq d'Or [The Golden Cockrel]; Natalia GONCHAROVA (designer Russia 1881 – France 1962), Costume for a peasant woman c.1937  dress and blouse: cotton, wool, metal fasteners, linen, paint. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

1937 costume for a peasant woman from 'The Golden Cockerel' (Le coq d'or) performed by Ballets Russes.

Fancy dress costume  Léon Bakst  (Russian, Grodno 1866–1924 Paris)  Designer: Textile by Raoul Dufy (French, Le Havre 1877–1953 Forcalquier) Date: 1919 Culture: American Medium: silk, glass, plastic

Fancy dress costume Léon Bakst (Russian, Grodno Paris) Designer: Textile by Raoul Dufy (French, Le Havre Forcalquier) Date: 1919 Culture: American Medium: silk, glass, plastic

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