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Ballet--Anna Pavlova
ET LES PRINCIPAUX ARTISTES DE SA TROUPE... MAÎTRE DE BALLET: IVAN CLUSTINE, CHEF D'ORCHESTRE W. GOLSCHMANN. PARIS: PALAIS DU TROCADÉRO, JUIN 1921, PLAIN ILLUSTRATIONS, ORIGINAL WRAPPERS ILLUSTRATED BY N. REMISOV
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 2,400 GBP
JUMP TO LOT
157
Ballet--Anna Pavlova
ET LES PRINCIPAUX ARTISTES DE SA TROUPE... MAÎTRE DE BALLET: IVAN CLUSTINE, CHEF D'ORCHESTRE W. GOLSCHMANN. PARIS: PALAIS DU TROCADÉRO, JUIN 1921, PLAIN ILLUSTRATIONS, ORIGINAL WRAPPERS ILLUSTRATED BY N. REMISOV
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 2,400 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Ballet--Anna Pavlova
ET LES PRINCIPAUX ARTISTES DE SA TROUPE... MAÎTRE DE BALLET: IVAN CLUSTINE, CHEF D'ORCHESTRE W. GOLSCHMANN. PARIS: PALAIS DU TROCADÉRO, JUIN 1921, PLAIN ILLUSTRATIONS, ORIGINAL WRAPPERS ILLUSTRATED BY N. REMISOV

Opéra russe à Paris--Mussorgksy, M. Boris Godunov. Paris, no date, 5 coloured illustrations after designs by Ivan Bilibin mounted on card, plain illustrations, 4 printed slips pasted over cast list, printed advertisement leaf for "La voce del padrone" tipped inside upper wrapper, original gilt decorative wrappers 

Borowsky, Serge. Isba russe. No place, no date, original illustrated gilt wrappers

together 3 items, 4to


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Catalogue Note

Anna Pavlova (1881-1931), the most famous classical ballerina of her era, joined Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes for its first season in 1908. In 1912 she moved to London where she established her own school of dance, and after her last appearance in St Petersburg in 1913 spent most of the rest of her career touring the world, dying while on tour in the Netherlands in 1931. Inspired by Diaghilev's Ballets Russes, the company Isba Russe (from 'izba': a traditional Russian wooden dwelling) was founded by the famous Moscow Opera tenor Serge Borowsky in 1919.

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