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Fri Mar 21 17:11:52 2014 UTClccn-n500477980.29Léon Bakst : set and costume designs, book illustrations, paintings and graphic works /0.570.97Si︠e︡rov i i︠a︡ v Gret︠s︡īi : dorozhnyi︠a︡ zapisi /56729112Léon_Bakstn 5004779882877Bakesite, Li'ang, 1866-1924Bakst 1866-1924Bakst, L. S. 1866-1924Bakst, LeonBakst, Léon, 1866-1924Bakst, Leon NikolaievichBakst, Leon Nikolajewitsch 1866-1924Bakst, Léon S. 1866-1924Bakst, Léon Samojlovič 1866-1924Bakst, LevBakst, Lev 1866-1924Bakst, Lev Nikolaevič 1866-1924Bakst, Lev Nikolaïevitch 1866-1924Bakst, Lev SamoĭlovichBakst, Lev Samoĭlovich, 1866-1924Bakst, Lev SamojlovičBakst, Lev Samojlovič, 1866-1924Bakst, Lew Samoilowitsch 1866-1924Bakst, Rozenberg Lev SamoilovichLéon BakstLev Samoilovich RozenbergRosemberg, Lev Samojlovich, 1866-1924Rosemberg, Ljev SamojlovichRosemberg, Ljev Samojlovich, 1866-1924Rosenberg, Léon Samoilowitsch 1866-1924Rosenberg, LevRosenberg, Lev SamoïlevitchRosenberg, Lev Samoïlevitch, 1866-1924Rosenberg, Lev SamoïlovichRosenberg, Lev Samoi͏̈lovitchRosenberg Lev Samoïlovitch 1866-1924Rosenberg, Lev Samojlović.Rosenberg, Lev Samojlovič, 1866-1924Rosenberg, Lev SamoylovichRosenberg, Lew 1866-1924Rozenberg, Lejb-Chaim Izrailevič 1866-1924Rozenberg, LevRozenberg, Lev, 1866-1924Rozenberg, Lev 1866-1924 Wirklicher NameRozenberg, Lev S. 1866-1924Rozenberg, Lev S. 1866-1924 Wirklicher NameRozenberg, Lev SamoĭlovichRozenberg, Lev Samoĭlovich, 1866-1924Rozenberg, Lev Samoilowitsch 1866-1924 Wirklicher NameRozenberg, Lev Samojlovič 1866-1924 Wirklicher NameБакст, Л. С. (Лев Самойлович), 1866-1924Бакст, Лев СамойловичБакст Лев Самуилович 1866-1924Розенберг, Лев Самойлович, 1866-1924באקסט, לאוןבאקסט, ליאוןבאקסט, ליאון, 1866-1924lccn-n83229395Ballets russesproprfdnclccn-n83132619Alexandre, Arsène1859-1937lccn-n83064225Spencer, Charles1920-lccn-n80116884Schouvaloff, Alexanderlccn-n50049123Levinson, André1887-1933lccn-n81042475Pruzhan, Irina Nikolaevnaedtlccn-n79081931Diaghilev, Serge1872-1929rcplbtedtviaf-247540978Ingles, Elisabethlccn-no2005086642Nezhnai︠a︡, Anna1970-stdcstlccn-no2010058385Kuznetsov, IlyadncBakst, Léon1866-1924IllustrationsCatalogsBiographyExhibition catalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcPortraitsGenealogyPictorial worksFilmed performancesBakst, Léon,Theaters--Stage-setting and sceneryCostumeBallet--CostumeBallets russesBallet--Stage-setting and sceneryBalletRussiaBalletsSwitzerland--LuganoSammlung Thyssen-BornemiszaDrawing--Private collectionsEngland--GloucestershireSpi︠a︡shchai︠a︡ krasavit︠s︡a (Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich)Soviet UnionCostume designDiaghilev, Serge,Ballet in artDance postersTheaterSet designersCostume designersBenois, Alexandre,Russia (Federation)DanceScene paintingSleeping beauty (Choreographic work : Nijinska after Petipa, M)ArtistsPainting, RussianArt, RussianTheater in artFestivals in artNew York (State)--New YorkGraphic artsArt dealersWilliam H. Schab GalleryDancersSleeping Beauty (Tale)Waddesdon Manor (Waddesdon, England)Cocteau, Jean,De Rothschild, J. A.--(James Armand),Great BritainRothschild familyTobin, RobertMarion Koogler McNay Art MuseumTheater architectureWatercoloristsGreeceTravelSerov, Valentin Aleksandrovich,18661924190019031904190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251927192819291930193119351936193719381939194019411945194719481950195219531954195619601961196219641967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931995199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201381299301209792.80250924ND699.B3ocn451510365ocn778803906ocn691897553ocn691886711ocn691605722ocn438187910ocn691918119ocn691770607ocn691856462ocn691860778ocn451510365ocn778803906ocn691897553ocn691910317ocn691886711ocn691918119ocn691770607ocn691860246ocn691767561ocn691887706ocn176875645ocn074895006ocn028867732ocn312141856ocn313329967ocn311588942ocn461907245ocn311773014ocn314050536ocn417359114ocn795454351ocn795468751ocn762610495ocn691770324ocn691527197ocn825562712ocn691916441ocn693464608ocn667589556ocn762741854ocn779642248ocn779660219ocn779639058ocn779639062ocn779639060ocn779639061ocn779639064ocn762907784ocn779639057ocn779653485ocn058413789ocn842156651ocn691860881ocn122305583ocn691621173ocn691801698ocn249167146ocn469471620ocn469471556ocn469518393ocn795454351ocn693442840ocn762741199ocn762741854ocn762855911ocn185498572ocn459157909ocn080893272ocn078945599ocn084094868ocn762711825ocn459044086ocn8246106583653ocn451510365visu20090.31Stravinsky, IgorStravinsky et les Ballet russes Stravinsky and the Ballets russesIn celebration of the debut of the Ballets Russes in Paris in 1909, this wonderful Stravinsky evening at the Mariinsky Theatre showcases the original Nijinsky version of The Rite of Spring for the first time on DVD along with The Firebird, both conducted by Valery Gergiev. Thanks to the relentless work of Millicent Hodson, Nijinsky's original choreography has now been recreated, performed by the lead dancers and Ballet Company of the Saint Petersburg's Mariinsky Theatre conducted by Valery Geriev, known the world over for his interpretation of Stravinsky's works3328ocn000124152book19230.73Bakst, LéonThe designs of Léon Bakst for the Sleeping princess, a ballet in five acts after PerraultIllustrations993ocn001571549book19160.81Metropolitan Ballet Company (New York, N.Y.)SouvenirStories, plots, etc962ocn040218455book19980.84Bowlt, John ETheater of reason, theater of desire : the art of Alexandre Benois and Léon BakstCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs+-+46593663333246214ocn059204075book19130.53Alexandre, ArsèneThe decorative art of Léon BakstPictorial works"Léon Bakst (1866-1924) was a Russian portraitist and designer who spent much of his career in Paris. This book reflects his extraordinary collaborative work with Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes as well as the dancers Ida Rubinstein and Vaslav Nijinsky. The costumes and set designs in the book demonstrate his modern yet exotic aesthetic as well as a consistently brilliant and detailed use of color. The book itself is a remarkable example of collaboration: the preface was provided by Arsène Alexandre (the art critic of the French newspaper Figaro) and the summaries for each ballet were written by Jean Cocteau (the French poet, playwright and filmmaker)."569ocn018334164book19860.29Bakst, LéonLéon Bakst : set and costume designs, book illustrations, paintings and graphic worksCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogs521ocn003677506book19750.94Pruzhan, Irina NikolaevnaLev Samoĭlovich Bakst485ocn014973690book19160.86Metropolitan Ballet Company (New York, N.Y.)Souvenir Serge de Diaghileff's Ballet RussePortraitsStories, plots, etc472ocn007019886book19120.73Svi︠e︡tlov, ValerīanLe ballet contemporain423ocn027056248book19920.94Souhami, DianaBakst : the Rothschild panels of the Sleeping beautyGenealogyPortraitsIllustrations382ocn015093765book19850.84Marion Koogler McNay Art MuseumBakst and Benois : the Tobin wing, 1985CatalogsExhibition catalogs354ocn505261082visu20090.33Stravinsky, IgorStravinsky and the Ballets RussesFilmed performancesFilmed balletsL'oiseau de feu: Ivan Tsarevich enlists the help of the Firebird to free his beloved Tsarevna from the grasp of the cruel magician, Kostchei; Le sacre du printemps: A pagan Slavonic tribe assembles on the occasion of a feast devoted to the sacred spring. One of the girls has to be made a human sacrifice to the Sun God according to the choice of the Possessed. The choice is the beloved of the Shepard who has to find a way of saving her. A protest against barbarity and brutality starts to rage in his heart335ocn017342770book19210.94Remizov, AlekseĭT︠S︡arʹ Dodon273ocn013634076book19110.96Svi︠e︡tlov, ValerīanSovremennyĭ balet. Izdano pri neposredstvennom uchastīi L.S. Baksta234ocn006729206book19680.92Haags GemeentemuseumBallet in beeld bij Bakst. [Tentoongstelling] Haags Gemeentemuseum, 17 januari-3 maart 1968Exhibition catalogs222ocn010006489book19270.66Bakst, LéonLeon Bakst; 42 Tafeln und 6 Abbildungen mit einer Einleitung213ocn031751152book19930.66Bakst, LéonLeon Bakst, sensualismens triumf : Dansmuseet 29.4-5.9.1993Exhibition catalogs194ocn018368499book19230.97Bakst, LéonSi︠e︡rov i i︠a︡ v Gret︠s︡īi : dorozhnyi︠a︡ zapisi191ocn123480651book19270.66Bakst, Lev SamojlovičInedited works of Bakst161ocn853795125visu20130.86Stravinsky et les ballets RussesThe Mariinsky Ballet performs reconstructions of Nijinsky's original choreography of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring and Michael Fokine's choreography of The Firebird92614ocn000606106book19130.53Alexandre, ArsèneThe decorative art of Léon BakstPictorial works"Léon Bakst (1866-1924) was a Russian portraitist and designer who spent much of his career in Paris. This book reflects his extraordinary collaborative work with Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes as well as the dancers Ida Rubinstein and Vaslav Nijinsky. The costumes and set designs in the book demonstrate his modern yet exotic aesthetic as well as a consistently brilliant and detailed use of color. The book itself is a remarkable example of collaboration: the preface was provided by Arsène Alexandre (the art critic of the French newspaper Figaro) and the summaries for each ballet were written by Jean Cocteau (the French poet, playwright and filmmaker)."7799ocn000866107book19730.47Spencer, CharlesLeon BakstBiography44912ocn002983869book19770.53Bakst, LéonBakst"This illustrated book concerns Leon Bakst (!866-1924), a Russian artist and a founding member of the Mir iskusstva (World Art) association, a group organized in St Petersburg in the late 1890s by artists and art lovers, led by Alexander Benois and Sergei Diaghilev. It contains colour reproductions of his paintings, book illustrations and set designs for which he was most noted. His stage sets and costumes are known for their elements of fantasy, beauty and historical accuracy. He made a unique contribution to the promotion of Russian art in Western Europe as the leading designer for the Russian ballet."--Amazon4195ocn044739964book20000.31Bakst, LéonBakstCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial works+-+04490440363847ocn023463046book19870.29Bakst, LéonLéon Bakst : set and costume designs, book illustrations, paintings and graphic worksCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogs3702ocn024702762book19910.63Schouvaloff, AlexanderLéon Bakst : the theatre artBiography3233ocn000118027book19230.70Levinson, AndréBakst, the story of the artist's life2523ocn303042614book20090.66The Ballets russes and the art of designHistory+-+69078453062021ocn014272275book19870.59Schouvaloff, AlexanderSet and costume designs for ballet and theaterCatalogs1842ocn033925771book19950.76Spencer, CharlesLeon Bakst and the Ballets RussesBiography+-+33985490363241335ocn003607718book19760.79Fine Art SocietyBakst : centenary 1876-1976 : [catalogue of an exhibition]Exhibition catalogs1313ocn001966791book19280.73Gregor, JosephDas russische Theater; sein Wesen und seine Geschichte mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der RevolutionsperiodeHistory831ocn000271676book19290.39Gregor, JosephThe Russian theatreHistory601ocn000811994book19270.79Bakst594ocn001539570book19540.66Lister, RaymondThe Muscovite peacock; a study of the art of Léon Bakst511ocn002099822book19220.81Bakst, LéonL'œuvre de Léon Bakst pour La belle au bois dormant; ballet en cinq actes d'après le conte de Perrault; musique de Tchaïkovsky; préface d'André LevinsonIllustrations513ocn006251666book19790.95Borisovskai︠a︡, Natalʹi︠a︡ AnatolʹevnaLev BakstBiography473ocn006611167book19220.81Levinson, AndréBakst, the story of Leon Bakst's life463ocn004454640book19780.88William H. Schab GalleryTheater and festival etchings and master prints and drawings : from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuryExhibition catalogs462ocn028867765book19920.95Lev Bakst : zhivopisʹ, grafika, teatralʹno-dekorat︠s︡ionnoe iskusstvo+-+4659366333324+-+4659366333324Fri Mar 21 15:08:16 EDT 2014batch42308