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Russian School of Painting   Alexandre Benois

Russian School of Painting

215x280 202 страниц. 1916 год.
Alfred A. Knopf
Издательство Alfred A.Knopf. Переплет: твердый. Формат: увеличенный. Alexandre Benois was an artist in the full sense of the word. He lived, breathed, wrote, created, and celebrated art, both on and off of the ballet stage. As an artist, Benois was not as prolific as a painter for the sake of painting or creating, but rather as a method of ballet set and stage design. He began his career at the Mariinsky Theatre as a scenic designer, and quickly expanded his role to be at the forefront of ballet set and costume design. His most famous production was Petrushka, in 1911, a production in which he also co-wrote the libretto with composer Igor Stravinsky. Benois was a founding member of the "World of Art" group, a collection of the artists and art critics of the day, and contributed to the group's expositions and magazine on a regular basis. As such, Benois was much more than a painter. He was also an art director, ballet librettist, museum curator, art critic, historian,...
 
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