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1 Title:   French and Italian costume sketches  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Unknown  
  Dates:   1750-1850  
The collection consists of original French and Italian costume sketches, undated, but possibly from 1750-1850. The artist of the sketches is unknown.
  Identifier:   ms2458  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   Paris and London music hall costume designs  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Shanks, Alec  
  Dates:   1930-1939  
The collection consists of four original watercolor sketches of costumes designed for the Paris music hall. Two of the sketches are by Ladislaus Czettel (one featuring two women holding a wreath, the other featuring a man holding a crook covered in flowers) and two are by Alec Shanks (entitled Violets and Orchidees, both for the Prince of Wales Theatre).
  Identifier:   ms3341  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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3 Title:   Paris Music Hall collection  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Weldy, Max  
  Dates:   circa 1920-1939  
The Paris Music Hall Collection comprises over 6,000 original renderings of costume designs and 1,000 original renderings of curtain designs for the music halls of Paris from 1920 to 1938. The collection, acquired in 1968 by the Library, was originally the property of Max Weldy who provided the elaborate costumes and curtains to the Folies Bergere, Moulin Rouge and other popular cabarets and music halls. Weldy maintained a stable of young, extraordinarily imaginative designers who flocked to Paris from all over Europe to establish a name for themselves. Among the first of Weldy's artists was Romain de Tirtoff, a fledgling designer from Russia, who would later be internationally renowned as Erté. After the owners and artistic directors of the music halls determined the annual theme for the shows, various tableaux were created to fill an evening's entertainment. Most of these were simply spectacles serving as vehicles for the star artists such as Mistinguett, Maurice Chevalier, Josephine Baker, and the Dolly Sisters. The tableaux varied widely to include comic, dramatic and historic subjects, but musical entertainment was always the focal point. The costumes reflected the themes such as "the French Revolution", "Jewels", "The Garden of Metal", "The Seven Deadly Sins", "Flowers", as well as various animals, food, and sports. Most of the sketches are in color, done on tracing paper or watercolor paper. A few have fabric swatches attached. The collection includes designers such as Erté, Serge Kojan, Alex Shanks, Freddy Wittop, José Zamora, and Zig.
  Identifier:   ms714  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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