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Vor der Halle der Gibichungen (1876), by Victor Angerer (1839-1894), of the set design by Josef Hoffman (1831-1904), for Act 2 of Götterdämmerung (1874), by Richard Wagner (1813-1883).

Vor der Halle der Gibichungen (1876), by Victor Angerer (1839-1894), of the set design by Josef Hoffman (1831-1904), for Act 2 of Götterdämmerung (1874), by Richard Wagner (1813-1883).

Set design (1871), by Édouard Desplechin (1802-1871), for Act 2, Scene 2, of Aida (1871), by Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901).

Set design (1871), by Édouard Desplechin (1802-1871), for Act 2, Scene 2, of Aida (1871), by Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901).

palais garnier gounod polyeucte ballet - Google Search

palais garnier gounod polyeucte ballet - Google Search

Der junge Siegfried im Wald an einer Quelle (1895), painting by Ferdinand Leeke (1859-1937), from Act 2 of Siegfried (1871), by Richard Wagner (1813-1883).

Der junge Siegfried im Wald an einer Quelle (1895), painting by Ferdinand Leeke (1859-1937), from Act 2 of Siegfried (1871), by Richard Wagner (1813-1883).

Jacques-Emile Blanche (1861-1942). Portrait of Ida Rubinstein as Zobeïde in Schéhérazade, undated. Oil on canvas. Howard D. Rothschild Collection. Framed storage. MS Thr 414.4 (43). Bequest, 1989.

Jacques-Emile Blanche (1861-1942). Portrait of Ida Rubinstein as Zobeïde in Schéhérazade, undated. Oil on canvas. Howard D. Rothschild Collection. Framed storage. MS Thr 414.4 (43). Bequest, 1989.

Set design (1885), by Philippe Chaperon (1823-1906), for Act 3 of “Rigoletto” (1851), by Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901).

Set design (1885), by Philippe Chaperon (1823-1906), for Act 3 of “Rigoletto” (1851), by Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901).

Set design (1679), by Carlo Vigarani (1637-1713), for Bellerophon, by Jean Baptiste Lully [born Giovanni Battista Lulli] (1632-1687).

Set design (1679), by Carlo Vigarani (1637-1713), for Bellerophon, by Jean Baptiste Lully [born Giovanni Battista Lulli] (1632-1687).

Stage Set Design - Leon Bakst - Scheherazade - Ballet Russes

Stage Set Design - Leon Bakst - Scheherazade - Ballet Russes

Pallas (1890), costume design by Charles Bianchini (1860-1905), for “Ascanio” (1888), by Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921).

Pallas (1890), costume design by Charles Bianchini (1860-1905), for “Ascanio” (1888), by Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921).

Set design (1883), by Philippe Chaperon (1823-1906), for “Saute, marquis!” (1883), by Paul Cressonnois (1849-1904).

Set design (1883), by Philippe Chaperon (1823-1906), for “Saute, marquis!” (1883), by Paul Cressonnois (1849-1904).

The Valkyries--Born from a maiden warrior who cries out for the Norse gods Woden and Freya as her death cry in battle. Struck by lightning, she is then transformed into a valkyrie and taken to Valhalla.  They need not eat, but take nourishment from electrical energy and lightning. They are immortal in lifespan and strength and speed.  They are acquisitive by nature, loving shiny things.   The Valkyrie live communally with their sisters. Their home outside New Orleans, LA is called Val Hall.

The Valkyries--Born from a maiden warrior who cries out for the Norse gods Woden and Freya as her death cry in battle. Struck by lightning, she is then transformed into a valkyrie and taken to Valhalla. They need not eat, but take nourishment from electrical energy and lightning. They are immortal in lifespan and strength and speed. They are acquisitive by nature, loving shiny things. The Valkyrie live communally with their sisters. Their home outside New Orleans, LA is called Val Hall.

Evocation d'Erda (1886), by Henri Fantin-Latour (1836-1904), from Act 3 of Siegfried (1871), by Richard Wagner (1813-1883).

Evocation d'Erda (1886), by Henri Fantin-Latour (1836-1904), from Act 3 of Siegfried (1871), by Richard Wagner (1813-1883).

Costume design by Leon Bakst for La légende de Joseph, 1914

Costume design by Leon Bakst for La légende de Joseph, 1914

Costume design (1921), by Léon Bakst [Левъ Самуиловичъ Бакстъ] (1866-1924), for a Chinese woman, in “Sleeping Beauty” [Спящая Красавица] (1889), by Pyotr Tchaikovsky [Петръ Ильичъ Чайковскiй] (1840-1893).

Costume design (1921), by Léon Bakst [Левъ Самуиловичъ Бакстъ] (1866-1924), for a Chinese woman, in “Sleeping Beauty” [Спящая Красавица] (1889), by Pyotr Tchaikovsky [Петръ Ильичъ Чайковскiй] (1840-1893).

Set design (1869), by Theodor Pixis (1831-1907), for Scene 4 of Das Rheingold (1854), by Richard Wagner (1813-1883).

Set design (1869), by Theodor Pixis (1831-1907), for Scene 4 of Das Rheingold (1854), by Richard Wagner (1813-1883).