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design for one of eight figurantes

Design
1897 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Attilio Comelli, pen and watercolour design for one of eight costumes for figurantes in the pantomime 'The Babes in the Wood'.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Additional TitleCostumes for the dancers in the ballet, Scene 7 (The Land of Orchids) (generic title)
Materials and Techniques
pen and watercolour
Brief Description
Attilio Comelli, one of 47 pen and watercolour designs for costumes in the pantomime, 'The Babes in the Wood', produced in London at the Drury Lane Theatre on December 27th, 1897.
Physical Description
Attilio Comelli, pen and watercolour design for one of eight costumes for figurantes in the pantomime 'The Babes in the Wood'.
Dimensions
  • Average size height: 14in
  • Width: 7in
Credit line
Given by the Directors of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
Subjects depicted
Associations
Bibliographic Reference
Department of Prints and Drawings, Theatre Costume Design in the Victoria and Albert Museum Colour Microfiche, Emmett Microform, 1983
Collection
Accession Number
E.2114-1931

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record createdJune 30, 2009
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