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Graphic Design Of Christiana Couceiro

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Jennifer Homans has written the only truly definitive history of ballet, tracing dance across four centuries of wars and revolutions, both artistic and political.

Ballets Russes (Bailes Rusos) Spanish version poster by Leon Bakst for Scheherazade

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Pôsteres em arte Deco de Mads Berg                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Pôsteres em arte Deco de Mads Berg

Orientalism-inspired wool coat (back view) c.1912. The arrival of the Ballets Russes in Paris in 1909 detonated an aesthetic bombshell in the West. Decors for the ballet by Russian painter Leon Bakst used exotic patterns, brilliant colors, and lush fabrics. The new trend in all the graphic arts was termed Orientalism. With its striking palette of orange, green and black, this brilliant coat perfectly captures the mood of the period.

Orientalism-inspired wool coat (back view) Before the early twentieth century, Oriental influence in fashion was confined to the design of textiles. The arrival of the Ballets Russes in Paris in 1909 detonated an aesthetic bombshell in the West.

. Scheherazade, 1914, Ballet Russes ProgramIllustration by Valentine Gross, Vera Fokina and Mikhail FokineCostumes: Leon Bakst

Ballets Russes Programme Officiel, front cover Valentine Hugo and Comœdia illustré. Program for the season of the Ballets Russes.

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Poster for the 1911 Ballet Russe season showing Nijinsky in costume for 'Le Spectre de la Rose', 1911 by Jean Cocteau.

Natalia Goncharova for Ballet Russe.

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Poster maquette by Georges de Pogédaïeff Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo, watercolor with gouache and pencil.

Affiche de Jean Cocteau pour les Ballets Russes représentant la danseuse Tamara Karsavina dans Giselle. 1911.

Jean Cocteau met Serge Diaghilev in 1909 and illustrated the poster for the Ballets Russes production of “Le Spectre de la Rose” at Paris’s Théatre du Chatelet in ✯ Ballet beautie, sur les pointes !

La Nuit au Temps des Ballets Russes, 1952. Paul Colin. Paper.

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