Set design drawings
Found in 112 Collections and/or Records:
Includes detail and color notes for the headdress, tunic, dress, underskirt, etc.
The watercolor (6 x 12.5 cm) is affixed to the larger sheet.
Possibly depicts dock scene.
Depicts shambles architecture.
Includes detail and color notes for the trees and clouds. The note may also identify the males in the drawing as "Dutchmen," however the handwriting cannot be confirmed.
Includes detail and color notes for the male's hood, cord, etc. Drawing is on a blue-grey sheet.
Includes brief detail and color notes.
Religious : drawings of a male wearing a mitre on stage, a queen on a throne, and a broken tree , circa 1886-1897
Includes detail and color notes for panels on the theater side walls, the table, a dress, and a bucolic scene.
The chamber scene, depicting four characters, appears on one side of the sheet. The verso features the soldier, musician, cardinal, and a female character, and includes color and detail notes.
Reverse side of drawing features the beginnings of a drawing of a structure.
Includes color and detail notes for Juliet's hair and dress, as well as set design notes for the balcony. One note says: "see Becket curtain, throne scene."
Includes color notes for the balcony.
Includes color and detail notes for Romeo's costume. The sheet on which the drawings were made is cut into an L-shape.
This collection consists of set and costume designs by Stephen O. Saxe, photographs of theatrical set designs and performances, photographs of the Saxe family, and other papers including printed materials, and writings. Also includes a set design by Robert Edmond Jones.
Drawing (3.5 x 7.5) is affixed to the larger sheet. Includes detail and color notes for the stone, the column, stray, etc.
The verso is an envelope mailed from the Bank of England to "Edgar HOCKLEY, Esq., 14, Prospect Road, Markhouse Road, WALTHAMSTOW, Essex." The envelope bears a postage mark from London. The British Postal Museum and Archive was contacted to ascertain the date of the postmark. The rates provided suggest the postmark dates between approximately 1870 and 1918.