Freitag, 1. Juli 2011

Was

würde wohl Ilona sagen?


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ahh Ilona...

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Paul-René Larthe (French, fl. 1930s to 1940s)
Art Deco Costume Design
French: c. 1930s-1940s
Signed pencil lower right Stamped upper right: 8797
Gouache and watercolor on paper 13.5 x 9.5 inches
Provenance: Sotheby's, London $950
Art Deco costume design in gold, blue and black, probably created for a ballet or opera, possibly the Paris Opera, where Larthe did the design work for which he is best known.  This costume features a short black vest, blue and gold loincloth, beaded necklace, bracelets, and a large round hat with long dangling tassels.  It seems to be derived from a combination of exotic, non-Western styles, the hat and the hanging-lantern prop evoking the Far East, the vest and loincloth reminiscent of ancient Egypt.
Paul-René Larthe was a French costume and set designer for several ballets and operas performed at the Paris Opera during the 1930s.  Ballet credits include sets and costumes for dances choreographed by Serge Lifar and Albert Aveline, including Lifar’s Alexandre le Grand and Icare and Aveline’s Coppélia (sets only) and Les Deux Pigeons.  Opera credits include the set designs for Camille Saint-Saëns’s Samson et Delila.  Larthe is known for his neoclassical style.
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Ilona, I miss you !

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