Mstislav Dobuzhinskiĭ papers and designs,

Title
Mstislav Dobuzhinskiĭ papers and designs, circa 1909-1952.
Author
Dobuzhinskiĭ, Mstislav Valerianovich, 1875-1957.

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Box 1Mixed materialSupervised useAvailable*T-Vim 2010-082 Box 1Performing Arts Research Collections - Theatre
Box 2Mixed materialSupervised useAvailable*T-Vim 2010-082 Box 2Performing Arts Research Collections - Theatre
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Details

Description
14 boxes; 73 x 58 cm. or smaller.
Genre/Form
  • Drawings.
  • Set design drawings.
  • Sketches.
Source (note)
  • Mstislav Dobuzhinskiĭ estate,
Biography (note)
  • Mstislav Valerianovich Dobuzhinskiĭ (1875-1957) was a Russian-born stage designer and painter who lived in New York City.
Language (note)
  • Materials in Russian, English, German and Lithuanian.
Call Number
*T-Vim 2010-082
Author
Dobuzhinskiĭ, Mstislav Valerianovich, 1875-1957.
Title
Mstislav Dobuzhinskiĭ papers and designs, circa 1909-1952.
Summary
Original set designs, working drawings and sketches, blueprints and notes by Mstislav Dobuzhinskiĭ for the following productions: Anne of England by Mary Cass Canfield and Ethel Borden adapted from Viceroy Sarah by Norman Ginsbury (1941); Boris Godunov opera by Modest Mussorgsky (n. d.); Don Giovanni music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and with an Italian libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte (1952); Das Dreimaderlhaus (House of the Three Girls) adapted into English language versions as Blossom Time and Lilac Time is a Viennese pastiche 'operetta' with music by Franz Schubert rearranged by Hungarian Heinrich Berte and a libretto by Alfred Maria Willner and Heinz Reichert (n. d.); Emilia Plater (Lithuanian National Theatre) (1939); Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man by Alexander Ostrovski (1953); Eugene Onegin (opera) by P. Tchaikovsky (different productions 1923-1953); The Fair at Sorochinsk book by Nicolai Gogol, music by Modest Mussorgsky (1942); The Four Ruffians by Edward J. Dent adapted from I Quattro Rusteghi by Goldoni music by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1951); Die Geburt der Salome (1944); Happy Endings by A. Chekhov (n.d.); Khovanshina by M. Mussorgsky (1948-1950); Love for three oranges (1949); Masked Ball music by G. Verdi (1940); A Month in the Country (1909); Queen of Spades by P. Tchaikovsky (1925-1931); Radvila Perkunas by Jurgis Karnavicius (1936); Wozzeck opera music by Allen Berg (1952). There are also a few designs for unidentified productions. Most of the designs and sketches are signed.
Biography
Mstislav Valerianovich Dobuzhinskiĭ (1875-1957) was a Russian-born stage designer and painter who lived in New York City.
Language
Materials in Russian, English, German and Lithuanian.
Note
Gift: Mstislav Dobuzhinskiĭ estate, 1958 or 1959.
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Research Call Number
*T-Vim 2010-082
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