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1914 Léon Baskt costume for Mikhail Fokine et Vera Fokina of les Ballets Russes for 'Carnaval'.

1914 Léon Baskt costume for Mikhail Fokine et Vera Fokina of les Ballets Russes for 'Carnaval'.

Michel Fokine and Vera Fokina in Ballet Russes "Carnival," 1913-14

Michel Fokine and Vera Fokina in Ballet Russes "Carnival," 1913-14

Léon BAKST  designer Belarus (Russia) 1866 – France 1924  France from 1912    Paris  France producer 1909 – 1929    Marie MUELLE  costumier France      Costume for Queen Thamar c.1912  dress: acetate, silk, rayon, cotton, metallic braid, lamé, metal medallions, elastic; overskirt: silk, rayon, cotton, lamé, metallic braid, metal buckle, imitation turquoise; cropped vest: silk, lamé, metallic braid, metal medallions; crown: acetate, cotton, lamé, metallic braid, metal medallions, imitation…

Léon BAKST designer Belarus (Russia) 1866 – France 1924 France from 1912 Paris France producer 1909 – 1929 Marie MUELLE costumier France Costume for Queen Thamar c.1912 dress: acetate, silk, rayon, cotton, metallic braid, lamé, metal medallions, elastic; overskirt: silk, rayon, cotton, lamé, metallic braid, metal buckle, imitation turquoise; cropped vest: silk, lamé, metallic braid, metal medallions; crown: acetate, cotton, lamé, metallic braid, metal medallions, imitation…

Carnaval : [Michel Fokine (Arlequin) et Vera Fokina (Colombine)] / [photographie de Jaeger]

Carnaval : [Michel Fokine (Arlequin) et Vera Fokina (Colombine)] / [photographie de Jaeger]

Adolph Bolm and Tamara Karsavina in costume for the ballet Thamar, photograph by Waléry, 1912, V&A Theatre & Performance Collections

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Adolph Bolm and Tamara Karsavina in costume for the ballet Thamar, photograph by Waléry, 1912, V&A Theatre & Performance Collections

Bronislava Nijinska in ‘Petrouchka' (Ballets russes de Diaghilev), 1911 -Attributed to Eugène Atget [Nijinska was the first woman choregrapher in the history of dance]

Bronislava Nijinska in ‘Petrouchka' (Ballets russes de Diaghilev), 1911 -Attributed to Eugène Atget [Nijinska was the first woman choregrapher in the history of dance]

ballet art: vintage ballerina graphic, Marie Taglioni

ballet art: vintage ballerina graphic, Marie Taglioni

Nijinsky dans le Dieu bleu (Ballets russes, Opéra)

Nijinsky dans le Dieu bleu (Ballets russes, Opéra)

Anna Pavlova - Prima-ballerina of the St Petersburg Imperial Theatre

Anna Pavlova - Prima-ballerina of the St Petersburg Imperial Theatre

Russian ballet dancers Vaclav Nijinsky and Tamara Karsavina in “Le Spectre de la rose”, Paris, 1911

Russian ballet dancers Vaclav Nijinsky and Tamara Karsavina in “Le Spectre de la rose”, Paris, 1911

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