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  • Author:
    Alexander Schouvaloff
  • ISBN:
    0856673730
  • ISBN13:
    978-0856673733
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  • Publisher:
    Sotheby Parke Bernet Pubns; First Edition edition (April 1, 1990)
  • Pages:
    248 pages
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    Performing Arts
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It was therefore in high spirits that this critic headed for the exhibition called ''Theater on Paper'' that can be seen through June 21 at the Drawing Center, 35 Wooster Street. Drawn entirely from the collections of the London Theater Museum in Covent Garden, it was chosen and catalogued by Alexander Schouvaloff, who had nurtured the museum through fair weather and foul before overseeing its inauguration in 1987. And we should be properly grateful to Mr. Schouvaloff, and to the the many other enthusiasts who made the London Theater Museum possible.

Alexander Schouvaloff, museum curator. Recipient Polonia Restituta, Polish Government, 1973. Served as 2nd lieutenant British Army, 1957-1959

Alexander Schouvaloff, museum curator. Served as 2nd lieutenant British Army, 1957-1959. Fellow Royal Society Arts; member Societé Internationale des Bibliotheques et des Musées des Arts du Spectacle (secretary-general). Assistant director Edinburgh International Festival, 1965-1967. Director Northwest Arts Association, Manchester, 1967-1974. Curator Theatre Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, since 1974. Director Rochdale Festival, England, since 1971, Chester Festival, England, 1973, Hampstead Theatre, England, 1973-1986.

A selection of 91 designs, by 73 artists, spanning three centuries from the collection of the Theatre Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum. From Parigi in 1608 to Yolanda Sonnabend in 1987, the artists include Clarkson Stanfield, Pablo Picasso, Edward Gordon Criaig, Paul Nash, Eiorgio de Chirico, Erté, Barbara Hepworth and other famous and not-so-famous names but all brilliant exponents of design for the theatre. Fully illustrated with many plates in colour, of the designers tackling of certain scenic and costuming problems, and how the successfully resolved them. The drawings are arranged in a number of specific groups in order that ready comparisons may be made of the different solutions. With a foreword by Sir John Gielgud. 248 pages, with 91 plates. cloth, dust jacket. 4to..