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Léon Bakst, The Ballets Russes, costume for a Beotian shepherd from the ballet "Narcissus", 1911

Léon Bakst Costume for a Beotian Shepherd from Narcissus, 1911 painted cotton overall: 185 x 125 x 68 cm x 49 x 26 in.) height includes hat V, London

Léon Bakst, Costume for a nymph, c.1912. Silk chiffon, lamé, metallic ribbon, cotton centre back 90.0 h cm. Ballets russes de Serge Diaghilev

Léon BAKST designer Belarus (Russia) 1866 – France 1924 France from 1912 producer 1909 – 1929 Costume for a nymph silk chiffon, lamé, metallic ribbon, cotton centre back (h) cm Purchased 1973 National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

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.

Costume by Natalia Goncharova for Le coq d'or, 1914

Natalia Goncharova, Colonel W. De Basil's Ballets Russes Karinska, Barbara costume for a female subject of King Dodon.

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3 Simple Balance Checks for Center Work

16-11-11  Costume for Le Ballet Russe.

There is a show coming in the Fall at the Victoria and Albert in London of Ballet Russes costumes and props that I cannot wait for!

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pinkpagodastudio: Costumes from the Ballets Russes painted by Modigliani

Léon Bakst (Russian, 1866–1924). Fancy dress costume, 1919. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.  Gift of Flora M. Irving, 1980 (1980.176) #halloween #costume

yeoldefashion: “ A 1919 fancy dress costume by legendary Ballets Russes costume designer Léon Bakst.

A costume from the Ballet Russes, designed by Leon Bakst  From the Ballet 'Le Dieu Bleu' performed for the first time by the Diaghilev Ballet at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, 1912

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¤ A costume from the Ballet Russes, designed by Leon Bakst From the Ballet 'Le Dieu Bleu' performed for the first time by the Diaghilev Ballet at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, 1912

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

A Tranquil Townhouse: January 2011

~Léon Bakst Ballet Costume for a nymph, circa silk chiffon, lamé, metallic ribbon, and cotton~

Леон Бакст - дизайнер Костюм для балета "Синий бог" Русских сезонов Сергея Дягилева 1912 г.

Costume for the Blue God by Léon Bakst Les Ballet Russes De Serge Diaghilev

Costume from the Sir Thomas Beecham Opera Company, for a Prince Khovanski's servant in Moussorgski's Khovanshchina or The Khovansky Affair opera,  cotton dress, pencil painting

Costume from the Sir Thomas Beecham Opera Company, for a Prince Khovanski's servant in Moussorgski's Khovanshchina or The Khovansky Affair opera, cotton dress, pencil painting

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