SIGN UP TO OUR NEWSLETTER

Sign up to receive regular updates, curated lists, catalogues, and information about fairs and events.

Russian ballet

 

Filter

Showing 1-10 of 13 Results

View as List Grid
Set Descending Direction
Page
per page
  1. Small folio (32 x 24.5 cm); 13 black and white illustrations; original stapled wrappers with pochoir illustration by Nikolai Remisov, an excellent example.

    £650
  2. Photographic halftone print with gold border (image size 150 x 100 mm), signed in black ink 'W. Nijinsky' and mounted (180 x 265 mm).

    £9,500
  3. First edition, 8vo; presentation copy, inscribed twice by Lifar, first on the front free endpaper 'a Marie-Louise Trilling son ami Serge Lifar' with a full page ink and coloured crayon drawing, the second on the half-title to her husband, 'A Monsieur Ossia Trilling Ami tres cher des Arts - ces Pensees et leurs applications de la France et du Ballet Mondial avec l'amitie de Serge Lifar, 2 Mai 58'; original printed wrappers, slightly sunned, tears to spine repaired with tape, in a custom made box with Lifar's design on the upper cover.

    £1,250
  4. Limited edition, one of 999 copies, on papier japon; 4to (30.7 x 30.1 cm); 6 plates by Paul Iribe each with verse by Jean Cocteau; original printed wrappers with later tie cords, some minor creasing to margin of wrapper, an excellent example.

    £1,500
  5. Folio (31 x 24 cm); 24pp.; 10 illustrations by Annenkov, text in French and German; original printed wrappers, slightly age toned, a fine copy.

    £975
  6. First edition, folio (32 x 24.5 cm); 16pp., illustrations by Sudeikin and Remizov; original printed wrappers designed by Sudeikin with hand-colouring, an excellent copy.

    £650
  7. Limited edition, one of 600 copies, this being copy number one; folio (34 x 26 cm); 127pp., with 30 plates by Bakst, including 20 coloured by pochoir, 5 colour printed and mounted and 5 plain, lettered tissue guards, black and white and colour illustrations in the text, some restoration to gutter, very minor spotting; original cloth backed boards with vignette printed to centre of upper cover, slight browning, original printed dust jacket with Bakst's design, spine replaced and covers repaired, a very good copy.

    £7,500
  8. First edition, number 30 of 325 copies, numbered and signed by the editor M. de Brunoff; 4to; text in French, woodcuts by D. Galanis, 22 plates with tissue-guards, numerous in-text illustrations and photographic reproductions; contemporary red pebble-grain morocco, upper cover with gilt lettering and calligraphic flourish, raised bands, spine panels with gilt sultana centerpiece, gilt titling, mustard yellow endpapers, edges untrimmed, modern marbled paper slipcase, a fine copy.

    £2,000
  9. First edition, folio (41.3 x 28.5 cm); photographic portrait frontispiece, & 77 plates tipped-in (including 50 colour); very occasional marginal spotting; original publisher's half vellum over marbled boards; small stains to vellum.

    £4,500
  10. Manuscript letter in French on blue card with signed envelope; small 8vo (9 x 11.6 cm); card headed with address '112 Boulevard Malesherbes [Paris]', signed 'Leon Bakst' and dated '16 Janvier 1914', with autograph envelope stamped and addressed to 'Miss Ella Hepworth Dixon. 6 St Jame's Terrace, Regents Park, London'; slight wear top of envelope but otherwise in very good condition

    £1,500
 

Filter

Showing 1-10 of 13 Results

View as List Grid
Set Descending Direction
Page
per page

Contact us for more information about Russian ballet

+44 (0)20 7493 0876