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Type: Image
Title: Illustrations of some of Leon Bakst's designs for the Ballets Russes.
Author: Bakst, Leon
Citation: The decorative art of Leon Bakst / Appreciation by Arsene Alexandre. Notes on the ballets by Jean Cocteau. Translated from the French by Harry Melvill. London : Fine Art Society, 1913. L'oeuvre de Leon Bakst pour La belle su bois dormant: ballet en cinq actes d'apres le conte de Perrault, musique de Tchaikovsky / preface d'Andre Levinson. Paris : M. de Brunoff, 1922.
Issue Date: 1913
1922
Abstract: Leon Bakst was an extraordinary costume and scene designer who was closely associated with artists like Sergei Diaghilev and Alexandre Benois. He produced many designs for the Ballets Russes, some of which we present here.
Keywords: Bakst, Leon, 1866-1924
Ballet Russes
Costume design
Description: Images scanned from two Bakst works held in Special Collections.
Call number: SR Theatre Oversize 792.8 A381a SR Theatre 792.8 B169o
Appears in Collections:Ballets Russes images

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