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This drawing is a costume design on an off-white background. The costume has single sleeve, on the right, in the form of a simple grey cord that continues along the neck line of the costume; it is echoed by two grey cords, one at the top and one at the bottom of the narrow white flounce that serves as a skirt. The bodice is orange. 
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Coppelia' by Delibes: Automat
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.220
This costume design for a male dancer shows short, pale yellow pants with orange trim, a tight orange shirt or vest, and a light blue jacket with white lapels and brown belt.
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Coppelia' by Delibes: Bauernburschen
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.226
This costume design for a male dancer shows short, pale yellow pants with orange trim, a tight white shirt/vest, an orange jacket with white lapels, and a brown and black belt.
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Coppelia' by Delibes: Bauernburschen
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.227
This costume design shows a long black dress with a flaring skirt; white polka dots cover only the bottom left side. There is also a brown shawl with white scalloped edges and a bonnet, black inside and brown outside, with a blue feather. 
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Coppelia' by Delibes: Die alten Frauen
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.229
This is a drawing of a costume design on an off-white background. A faceless outline of a standing male figure, without hands or feet, is dressed in tight-fitting, high waisted blue shorts with a black waistband, and a tight-fitting short-sleeved white shirt with red horizontal stripes.
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Le Train Bleu' by Milhaud: 1. Les Gigolos
1930
Museum Purchase
1948/1.230
This is a drawing of a costume design on an off-white background. A faceless outline of a standing female figue (without hands or feet) is dressed in tight-fitting red shorts with a black waistband, and a tight-fitting sleeveless red and white striped shirt. 
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Le Train Bleu' by Milhaud: 2. Les Poules
1930
Museum Purchase
1948/1.231
This costume design shows a woman in a one piece bathing suit with a blue tank top and brown, high waisted, mid-thigh length shorts. An umbrella rests on the ground behind her. 
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Le Train Bleu' by Milhaud: 9. Schirmdamen
1930
Museum Purchase
1948/1.238
This costume design shows a tall man dressed in high-waisted light blue, loose pants with three wavy white bands along the hem. The top is white, short-sleeved, with light blue trim at sleeve and neck edges and a few blue polka dots. 
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Le Train Bleu' by Milhaud: 3. Beau Gosse
1930
Museum Purchase
1948/1.240
This costume design shows a dancer leaning back to the right with golf club in the right hand. The dancers wears a white top with short sleeves and yellow culottes with brown and black trim at waist and along the side of the left leg.
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Le Train Bleu' by Milhaud: Joueur de Golf
1930
Museum Purchase
1948/1.242
White neckband of leno weave in a stripe.  Silk leno crepe with twill design of fans among waves.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Pale aqua silk underkimono with woven designs of fans scattered among waves
1950 – 1999
Gift of Howard and Patricia Yamaguchi
2005/1.396
This drawing is a costume design on an off-white background. The costume has a fitted bodice, very short skirt, and short sleeves. The hems of the sleeves and skirt are scalloped. It is light blue with dark polka dots except for the sleeves, which are white. 
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Coppelia' by Delibes: Automat
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.219
This is a horizontal drawing of curtains for a stage with green swags. Red curtains are at left and right. The center is light blue with clouds floating over both the blue and the red curtain to the right. 
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Curtain for 'Coppelia' by Delibes
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.216
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