Set design drawings
Found in 112 Collections and/or Records:
"Magenta" written on the middle to lower left corner.
Folded sheet includes multiple drawings on both sides. Includes details of a pillar and vases or urns for the banquet to Antony, as well as a male headdress.
Includes detailed sketches of three headdresses and annotations for the female figure.
The verso includes detail and color notes likely for another drawing. A "moustache" and "yew hedges" are mentioned, neither of which appear in the drawing.
Cavalier/17th Century (female) : drawings of two females in dresses, one on a river bank, circa 1886-1897
Includes detail and color notes for hair, dresses, water, leaves, cloak, etc.
Includes detail and color notes on tunics, boots, spurs, belts, hair, cloak, and a table and a chair. The sheet contains a fold across the middle separating the top and bottom sections.
Cavalier/17th Century (male) : drawings of a male in armor and a male in a plumed hat, circa 1886-1897
Includes detail and color notes on the helmet, tunic, cloak, hose, boots, moustache, etc.
The small sheet includes a sketch of a gondola-like boat, with passengers, on a canal. A second sheet (18 x 22.5 cm), once presumably used to protect the first, contains the notation, "Charles 1st (H.B. Irving)."
The sketch includes a male genuflecting before another male (presumably Charles I), while in the background a female looks on.
The reverse side includes the notation "Hampton Court" in the upper left corner.
Includes notes on the colors of flora, a fortress, and soldiers.
Includes notes on the colors of a temple, a vase, tents, cloaks, helmets, the ground, and symbols.
Includes detail and color notes for the jester's costume, some steps, and a balcony.
Includes detail and color notes for the tunic, belt, hose, boots, satchel, etc.
Sketch, 7.5 x 17 cm, appears on the top half of the page, and presumably depicts the cave of Belarius.