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Blow Your Own Trumpet

Drawing
11/08/1943 (produced)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Designs for the costumes of Rosa, Maestro Servandoni, Israel Altmeyer and Lorenzo Taruffi in a set of four pen and ink drawings, coloured in ink wash and watercolour, for Peter Ustinov's 'Blow Your Own Trumpet', produced by the Old Vic Theatre at the Playhouse Theatre, London. Pattern of red material attached to E.56.


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Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Pen and ink drawings, coloured in ink wash and watercolour
Brief Description
Designs for the costumes of Rosa, Maestro Servandoni, Israel Altmeyer and Lorenzo Taruffi in Peter Ustinov's 'Blow Your Own Trumpet', at the Playhouse Theatre, London. Great Britain, 1943.
Physical Description
Designs for the costumes of Rosa, Maestro Servandoni, Israel Altmeyer and Lorenzo Taruffi in a set of four pen and ink drawings, coloured in ink wash and watercolour, for Peter Ustinov's 'Blow Your Own Trumpet', produced by the Old Vic Theatre at the Playhouse Theatre, London. Pattern of red material attached to E.56.
Dimensions
  • Average size of sheets height: 15.875in
  • Width: 12.875in
Dimensions taken from Victoria & Albert Museum Department of Engraving Illustration and Design & Department of Paintings, Accessions 1946. London: Published under the Authority of the Ministry of Education, 1949.
Marks and Inscriptions
Inscribed with notes in pencil
Credit line
Given by the Artist
Subjects depicted
Bibliographic Reference
Victoria & Albert Museum Department of Engraving Illustration and Design & Department of Paintings, Accessions 1946. London: Published under the Authority of the Ministry of Education, 1949.
Collection
Accession Number
E.56-1946

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