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A Natalia Goncharova costume from "Sadko," Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, 1909-1929.

A Natalia Goncharova costume from "Sadko," Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, 1909-1929.

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…

Léon BAKST  designer Belarus (Russia) 1866 – France 1924  France from 1912    producer 1909 – 1929    Marie MUELLE  costumier France      Costume for Shah Shahriar 1910–30s  coat: silk velvet and appliqué, lamé, metallic braid, painted wooden beads, rayon satin; trousers: rayon satin; hat: silk velvet, rayon, glass and metal imitation jewels  Purchased 1973  National Gallery of Australia, Canberra  NGA 1973.270.50.A-C

Léon BAKST designer Belarus (Russia) 1866 – France 1924 France from 1912 producer 1909 – 1929 Marie MUELLE costumier France Costume for Shah Shahriar 1910–30s coat: silk velvet and appliqué, lamé, metallic braid, painted wooden beads, rayon satin; trousers: rayon satin; hat: silk velvet, rayon, glass and metal imitation jewels Purchased 1973 National Gallery of Australia, Canberra NGA 1973.270.50.A-C

Aleksandr GOLOVIN  designer Russia 1863 – Russia 1930  France 1887-89, and regular visits thereafter    Paris  France producer 1909 – 1929    Léon BAKST  designer Belarus (Russia) 1866 – France 1924  France from 1912    Costume for an attendant of the Immortal Köstchei 1910  robe: stencilled cotton, metallic brocade ribbon and fringe, lamé, rayon, paint, metal fasteners, skirt hoop; belt: stencilled cotton, rayon, paint, metal fasteners  'Young, Balotine' inscribed on belt ribbon. De Basil…

Aleksandr GOLOVIN designer Russia 1863 – Russia 1930 France 1887-89, and regular visits thereafter Paris France producer 1909 – 1929 Léon BAKST designer Belarus (Russia) 1866 – France 1924 France from 1912 Costume for an attendant of the Immortal Köstchei 1910 robe: stencilled cotton, metallic brocade ribbon and fringe, lamé, rayon, paint, metal fasteners, skirt hoop; belt: stencilled cotton, rayon, paint, metal fasteners 'Young, Balotine' inscribed on belt ribbon. De Basil…

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

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

1912 Costume from Le Dieu Bleu (Blue God), designed by Leon Bakst. Bakst's renderings are stunning!

1912 Costume from Le Dieu Bleu (Blue God), designed by Leon Bakst. Bakst's renderings are stunning!

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