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Léon Bakst - Ballets Russes - Costume (Détail) - Tamara Karsavina - l'Oiseau de Feu - 1910

Léon Bakst - Ballets Russes - Costume (Détail) - Tamara Karsavina - l'Oiseau de Feu - 1910

Aleksandr GOLOVIN, Léon BAKST
Costume for one of Köstchei's women  c.1910
silk, paint, cotton, imitation jewels, lamé, metallic braid, gelatine sequins
outer sleeve 55.0 (h) cm
Purchased 1973
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Aleksandr GOLOVIN, Léon BAKST Costume for one of Köstchei's women c.1910 silk, paint, cotton, imitation jewels, lamé, metallic braid, gelatine sequins outer sleeve 55.0 (h) cm Purchased 1973 National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Roerich, Nicholas. Photography costume worn with boots in the presentation of Polovetsianas Dances Prince Igor (Paris, 1909). Ballets Russes Company Theatre S. P. Diaghilev (Paris, 1909-1929).

Roerich, Nicholas. Photography costume worn with boots in the presentation of Polovetsianas Dances Prince Igor (Paris, 1909). Ballets Russes Company Theatre S. P. Diaghilev (Paris, 1909-1929).

Designs by Russian painter Leon Bakst used bold hues, embroideries, heavy appliqué and ‘harem’ silhouettes, inspired by Orientalism.

Designs by Russian painter Leon Bakst used bold hues, embroideries, heavy appliqué and ‘harem’ silhouettes, inspired by Orientalism.

Leon Bakst fabric design

Leon Bakst fabric design

the-paintrist:  books0977:  Natalia Goncharova (Russian, 1881-1962) - Queen Of Shamakhan from Le Coq d’Or from the Ballet Russes (1913).    Pencil, gouache, watercolour and gold paint on paper.  Goncharova began work on the Ballet Russes production of Le Coq d’Or in 1913. This unusual production married the traditions of opera and ballet on stage.

the-paintrist: books0977: Natalia Goncharova (Russian, 1881-1962) - Queen Of Shamakhan from Le Coq d’Or from the Ballet Russes (1913). Pencil, gouache, watercolour and gold paint on paper. Goncharova began work on the Ballet Russes production of Le Coq d’Or in 1913. This unusual production married the traditions of opera and ballet on stage.

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