Gentleman's formal attire

Sergey Sudeykin Russian

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Gentleman's formal attire, one of 34 Costume designs for N. Evreinoff's play 'The Chief Thing', produced at the Theater Guild, New York City, 1926. The costume is made up of a black redingote and wide, striped, black and white trousers, worn with a top hat, black cravat over a white shirt, and black and white Oxford (?) shoes. A black cape or coat hangs from his right arm, whose hand rests on his right him; his left hand, dressed with a white glove, holds a black cane.

Gentleman's formal attire, Sergey Sudeykin (Russian, Smolensk 1882–1946 Nyack), Graphite, brush and black ink, gouache, watercolor, traces of graphite framing lines

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