|<-- See earlier|
||Costume designs for two women
||Female costumes of 'Coppelia' and 'Svanilda'
||Painted set design for 'Le misanthrope'
||Painted titles for 'Arlequin' and 'Le misanthrope'
||Letter from Lydia Lopokova Keynes to Miss William of the Old Vic theatre
||Man holding a plant in one hand
||Two collage pictures
||Engravings from 'La belle assemblée or sketches of characteristic dancing'
||Engraving of Giulietta Grisi, opera singer
||Engraving of Maria Taglioni, ballerina
||Ballerina on her points, in the costume of a butterfly
The Papers of Lydia Lopokova Keynes
||1910–1936 ("The Ice Maiden" premiered in 1927 and was staged through 1936.)
|Extent and Medium
||14 prints in envelope; photographic print
|Content and context|
Photographs of Fedor Lopukhov, stage scenery and dancers performing Lopukhov's "The Ice Maiden". The principal male role of Asak was danced by Petr Gusev, and the principal female roles of the Ice Maiden and the girl Solveig were danced by Olga Mungalova. Russian captions appear on the reverse sides of eleven of the photographs. There is also a photograph of an unidentified man and woman seated in a park in Paris, signed 'Cecil', 1910.
Access and Use|
Lopukhov's "'Ice Maiden" is discussed in 'Dance Research Journal', 17/2 and 18/1, 1985-6, pages 14-18.
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