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Artist: Desmond Heeley, British, 1931-2016 Artist: Desmond Heeley, British, 1931-2016
Costume design for Kleopatra in The Diary of a Scoundrel
TL2005.136.1
ca. 1971
Not on view
Artist: Rouben TerArutunian, American, born Russia (now Georgia), 1920-1992 Artist: Rouben TerArutunian, American, born Russia (now Georgia), 1920-1992
Costume designs for the Count and Countess in The Unicorn, the Gorgon, and the Manticore
TL1999.354
1970
Not on view
Artist: David Hockney, British, born 1937 Artist: David Hockney, British, born 1937
Costume design for Harlequin in Parade
1994.10
1980
Not on view
Artist: Susan Hilferty, American, born 1953 Artist: Susan Hilferty, American, born 1953
Costume design for Marius in Lestat
2015.175.50
ca. 2005
Not on view
Artist: Donald Oenslager, American, 1902-1975 Artist: Donald Oenslager, American, 1902-1975
Scene design for Act III in Tristan und Isolde
TL1999.218
1934
Not on view
Artist: Robert Perdziola, American, born 1961 Artist: Robert Perdziola, American, born 1961
Costume design for The Nose
TL1999.240.3
1986
Not on view
Artist: Dan Hannon, American, 1934-2015 Artist: Dan Hannon, American, 1934-2015
Maquette for Cabaret
TL2000.1
1993
On view/Tobin Theatre Arts Gallery
Artist: Raoul Pène Du Bois, American, 1912-1985 Artist: Raoul Pène Du Bois, American, 1912-1985
Wig and makeup design for Doctor Jazz
2015.174.4
1974
Not on view
Artist: Léon Bakst, Russian, 1866-1924 Artist: Léon Bakst, Russian, 1866-1924
Costume design for Vaslav Nijinsky as Chinese Dancer in Les Orientales
TL1998.34
1917
Not on view
Artist: Jo Mielziner, American, 1901-1976 Artist: Jo Mielziner, American, 1901-1976
Scene design with McLevy's Window in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
TL1999.202
1951
Not on view
Artist: Eugene Berman, American, born Russia, 1899-1972 Artist: Eugene Berman, American, born Russia, 1899-1972
Scene design for Act I in Rigoletto
TL2001.29.6
1951
Not on view
Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940 Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940
Kiowa Lodge - It is a custom with the Kiowas for each chief to paint his lodge with a different design – This was the design of Cut-throat, nowd eceased from Sketchbook
1962.1.2
ca. 1887
Not on view
Scene design for Act II, scene 1, Cabinetti Amnesis in Aida Scene design for Act II, scene 1, Cabinetti Amnesis in Aida
TL2005.236.3
ca. 1874
Not on view
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