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Design Heroes- Leon Bakst and Ivan Bilibin

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Costume designs and illustrations of Leon Bakst and Ivan Bilibin. My design heroes

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Leon Bakst. Эскиз костюма носителя священных даров. Costume of the carrier of the Holy Sacraments. Sketch "Синий Бог" 1912 "The Blue God" Music by Reynaldo Hahn. Textile Patterns, Clothing Patterns, Textiles, Theatre Costumes, Ballet Costumes, Ivan Bilibin, Storyboard Artist, Islamic Fashion, Russian Folk

Leon Bakst. Эскиз костюма носителя священных даров. Costume of the carrier of the Holy Sacraments. Sketch "Синий Бог" 1912 "The Blue God" Music by Reynaldo Hahn.

Stravinsky: Scherzo Fantastique, The Cleveland Orchestra, Pierre Boulez "Alkonost", illustration by Ivan Bilibin Ivan Bilibin, Russian Folk, Russian Art, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Eslava, Maleficarum, Sphinx, Bird People

The Alkonost is, according to Russian folklore, a creature with the body of a bird but the head of a beautiful woman. It makes sounds that are amazingly beautiful, and those who hear these sounds forget everything they know and want nothing more ever again, rather like the sirens of Greek myth. The alkonost lays her eggs on a beach and then rolls them into the sea. When the alkonost's eggs hatch, a thunderstorm sets in and the sea becomes so rough that it is untravelable.

ivan bilibin︎Artist, Illustration, Russian, Folk ︎Melt Ivan Bilibin was a Russian illustrator and stage designer who took part in the. Painting Snow, Winter Painting, Painting & Drawing, Winter Landscape, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Art Abstrait, Russian Art, Winter Scenes

A Repository of Paintings - Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin (1876-1942). Creek, 1917....

Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin (1876-1942). Creek, 1917....

Pike, by Ivan Bilibin russian folklore illustration early C. Ivan Bilibin, Some Beautiful Images, Academic Art, Digital Museum, Commercial Art, Art Database, Design Graphique, Russian Art, Art And Illustration

Illustration for Alexander Pushkin's 'Fairytale of the Tsar Saltan', 1905 - Ivan Bilibin - WikiArt.org

‘Illustration for Alexander Pushkin's 'Fairytale of the Tsar Saltan'’ was created in 1905 by Ivan Bilibin in Art Nouveau (Modern) style. Find more prominent pieces of illustration at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

イワン・ビリービン Ivan Bilibin Иван Билибин 叙事詩「ヴォリガ」Illustration for the epic Volga Иллюстрация к былине Ivan Bilibin, Firebird, Art Nouveau, Russian Folk Art, Historical Art, Canvas Prints, Art Prints, Fairy Tales, Illustration Art

The Horses of Ivan Bilibin

Bogatyr Volga with his army pt 2 ; The Horses of Ivan Bilibin BiliwarIvan was a Russian painter, born in St. Petersburg in 1876. He was raised fairly isolated from the traditional Russian art community and found himself inspired by Russian folk art & fairy tales.

Design for 'Felicita' in 'The Good Humoured Ladies', Leon Bakst, Museum no. Design for 'Felicita' in 'The Good Humoured Ladies', Leon Bakst, Theatre Costumes, Ballet Costumes, Dance Costumes, Alphonse Mucha, Léon Bakst, Ivan Bilibin, Costume Design Sketch, Ballet Russe, Paul Poiret

By Leon Bakst (1866-1924), 1 9 1 7, The ballet Les Femmes de Bonne Humeur (The Good-Humoured Ladies) is based on a play by the Venetian dramatist Carlo Goldoni.

Vengeful Sultan is one of artworks by Lev (Leon) Bakst. Artwork analysis, large resolution images, user comments, interesting facts and much more. Theatre Costumes, Ballet Costumes, Russian Painting, Russian Art, Léon Bakst, Art Nouveau, Empire Ottoman, Theater, Russian Ballet

Le sultan vindicatif, 1922 - Leon Bakst - WikiArt.org

‘Le sultan vindicatif’ was created in 1922 by Leon Bakst in Art Nouveau (Modern) style. Find more prominent pieces of design at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.