2 edition of decorative art of Le on Bakst. found in the catalog.
decorative art of Le on Bakst.
Arse ne Alexandre
|Statement||Appreciation by Arse ne Alexandre. Notes on the ballets by Jean Cocteau. Translated from the French by Harry Melvill.|
|LC Classifications||ND699.B3 A613 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||51|
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Decorative art, any of those arts that are concerned with the design and decoration of objects that are chiefly prized for their utility, rather than for their purely aesthetic qualities. Objects associated with the decorative arts include ceramics, glassware, jewelry, furniture, and clothing. Léon Bakst, Jewish Russian artist who revolutionized theatrical design both in scenery and in costume. His designs for the Ballets Russes, especially during its heyday (–14), were opulent, innovative, and extraordinary, and his influence on fashion and interior design was widespread. The.
Bakst (Rosenberg) Léon (Lev Samoylovich) Painter, graphic artist, stage and costume designer, illustrator. Léon Bakst, original name Lev Samoylovich Rosenberg (born April 27 [May 9, New Style], , Grodno, Russia [now Hrodna, Belarus]—died Decem , Paris, France), Jewish Russian artist who revolutionized theatrical design both in scenery and in costume. BAKST (LEON) ALEXANDRE (ARSÉNE) and JEAN COCTEAU. The Decorative Art of Léon Bakst, Fine Art Society, Sold for £ 1, (US$ 1,) inc. premium Fine Books, Maps and Manuscripts. 11 Nov , GMT London, Knightsbridge BAKST (LEON) ALEXANDRE (ARSÉNE) and JEAN COCTEAU. The Decorative Art of Léon.
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Out of 5 stars The Decorative Art of Leon Bakst. Reviewed in the United States on September 4, Verified Purchase. I've been doing art for about 3 years now and recently started drawing dancers. So this book was great as a resource for costume drawing. A bit wild, but really interesting/5(4).
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The Decorative Art of Leon Bakst (English and French Edition) (French) Paperback – June 1, by Arsene Alexandre (Author), Leon Bakst (Illustrator), Harry Melvill (Translator), Jean Cocteau (Contributor) & 1 more/5(4). This book presents, in 48 full color and 29 black and white plates, the art of Leon Bakst, from costumes and set designs to independent paintings.
Here are reproductions of Bakst's own water colors for the unforgettable costumes of L'Oiseu de Feu, Cleopatre, Scheherazade, Narcisse, Salome, Dphnis et Chloe, Carnaval and other major ballets.
The Decorative Art of Leon Bakst Hardcover – January 1, by Arsene Alexandre (Author), Jean Cocteau (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsReviews: 4.
Green, calf spine label. 51 pages; portrait frontispiece and 77 mounted plates, including 50 in color. Art decoratif de Leon Bakst; translated from the French by Harry Melvill.
"With the greatest economy of means he [Bakst] obtains the greatest sum of effect, and thus he realises an "orchestration" of colour in unison with the true colour of music.".
Leon Bakst, the Ballets Russes\'s costume and set designer, was an outstanding member of the group; his visual imagination is lastingly associated with the greatest years of the modern ballet.
This book presents, in 48 full color and 29 black and white plates, the art of Leon Bakst, from costumes and set designs to independent paintings. Léon Bakst; Jean Cocteau; Léon Bakst; Jean Cocteau: Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Description: 51 pages, 77 plates: illustrations (some color), portrait ; 41 cm: Other Titles: Art decoratif de Léon Bakst.
Responsibility: Appreciation by Arsène Alexandre. Notes on the ballets by Jean Cocteau ; translated from the French by. First Edition. The earliest of the major works on Leon Bakst, with notes on the ballets by Jean Cocteau. Printed at the De la More Press.
Leon Samoilovitch Bakst () was a Russian painter and scene and costume designer. He was a member of the Sergei Diaghilev circle and is best remembered for his set and costume designs for the Ballets.
Showcases the costumes, set designs, and paintings of Leon Bakst, the designer for the Ballets Russes. Notes on the ballets by Jean Cocteau. 53 pages, with 38 additional leaves of illustrations Translated from the French.4/5(65). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Facsimile reprint of: 1st ed., London: Fine Art Society, Description: ii-x, 53 pages, 77 pages of.
Buy The Decorative Art of Leon Bakst New edition by Alexandre, Arsene, Cocteau, Jean, Bakst, Leon, Melvill, H. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low. The decorative art of Léon Bakst. [Arsène Alexandre] -- Illustrations of Leon Bakst's stage sets and costumes for the Ballet Russe accompany synopses of the.
Frontis portrait. With 65 of 77 tipped-in plates (38 of 50 colour plates and 27 black & white plates). With twelve of the colour plates removed so they could be framed and sent to Nairobi in the s. Paperwork accompanying the plates to be framed loosely laid in.
The book was then rebound. The first major work on Bakst. Shop for the best selection of Leon Bakst Book Illustration art online. Everyday low prices, free shipping & returns, and custom framing options on all prints.
Bakst, Leon -- The decorative Art of Léon Bakst, Appreciation by Arséne Alexandre, Notes of the Ballets by Jean : The Fine Art Society, Folio (40 x cm.), portrait, 77 plates, some colour, original half vellum, title-lable on spine, t.e.g., others uncut.
As part of the Ballets Russes' very first programme in Paris, Bakst designed oriental-style decor and costumes for Michel Fokine's Egyptian themed ballet Cleopatre ().
His dramatic, innovative designs emphasised colour, violence and sensuality, energising the. Leon Bakst (illustrator). Eight full-page plates after Bakst water-colors, plus 3 pages of text, printed in double columns, salvaged from a damaged issue of The Century Magazine, Vol No.
5, March, Plates printed on both sides. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Decorative Art of Leon Bakst by Leon Bakst (, Trade Paperback, Reprint) at the best online prices at.
Heading: (Bakst, Léon)Author: Alexandre, ArséneTitle: The Decorative Art of Léon BakstPlace Published: LondonPublishe on Leon Bakst produced lavish sets and costumes for the ballet stage.
After graduating secondary school, he traveled to St. Petersburg to study at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts as an unenrolled student, working as a book illustrator to support himself. In order to help pay the bills, he also taught art to the children of Grand Duke Vladimir.The decorative art of Léon Bakst by Arsène Alexandre (Book) Bakst by Léon Bakst () Léon Bakst: the theatre art by Alexander Schouvaloff (Book).