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The Russian Ballet in Western Europe 1909-20

Author:
p W. A. Propert (British, early 20th century)
Author:
Essay on Music by Eugene Goossens (British, 1893–1962)
Publisher:
p John Lane (British, West Pulford, Devon 1854–1925 London)
Designer:
Portrait of S. Diaghelev after Valentin Aleksandrovich Serov (Russian, St. Petersburg 1865–1911 Moscow)
Designer:
Portrait of V. Nijinsky after Jacques-Émile Blanche (French, Paris 1861–1942)
Designer:
Portrait of L. Massine after Pablo Picasso (Spanish, Malaga 1881–1973 Mougins, France)
Designer:
Portrait of T. Karsavina after Glyn Warren Philpot (British, 1884–1937)
Designer:
Portrait of I. Stravinsky after Jacques-Émile Blanche (French, Paris 1861–1942)
Designer:
Léon Bakst (Russian, Grodno 1866–1924 Paris) (8 works; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
Alexander Benois (Russian, St. Petersburg 1870–1960 Paris) (4 works; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
André Derain (French, Chatou 1880–1954 Garches) (2 works; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
Ivan Fedorovsky (Russian, active early 20th century) (4 works; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
Aleksandr Yakovlevich Golovin (Russian, Moscow 1863–1930 Detskoye Selo) (2 works; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
Natalia Goncharova (French (born Russia), Nagaevo 1881–1962 Paris) (9 works; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
Mikhail Larionov (Russian, 1881–1964) (5 works; scenes, costume, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
Henri Matisse (French, Le Cateau-Cambrésis 1869–1954 Nice) (2 works; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, Malaga 1881–1973 Mougins, France) (9 works; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
Nicholas Roerich (Russian, St. Petersburg 1874–1947 Nagar, India) (2 works; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
Valentin Aleksandrovich Serov (Russian, St. Petersburg 1865–1911 Moscow) (1 work; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
José Maria Sert Y Badia (Spanish, 1874/76–1945) (7 works; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
Sergej Jur'evic Sondeikine (Russian, ca. 1888–1946) (2 works; scenes, costumes, curtains for ballet)
Designer:
Natalia Goncharova (French (born Russia), Nagaevo 1881–1962 Paris) (title page, vignettes)
Published in:
London
Date:
1921
Medium:
Illustrations: photomechanical reproductions
Dimensions:
13 1/16 x 10 1/4 x 1 7/8 in. (33.1 x 26 x 4.8 cm)
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
Gift of Estate of Jane Erdmann Whitney, 1986
Accession Number:
1986.1145.35
Not on view
Inscription: Front edge page "the White Leopard from Johnnie July 13, 1928" in ink.
Inside front cover "18oo as is/ 25 oo net" in graphite
The Estate of Jane Erdman Whitney; Donor: The Estate of Jane Erdman Whitney
Exhibition catalogue, Les Ballets Russe de Serge Diaghilev, 1909-29, Strasbourg, A l'Ancienne Douane; 15 Mai - 15 Sept. 1969, p. 54 (Bakst), p. 324, bibliography.
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