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INTERNATIONAL 

THEATRE 
EXHIBITION 

DESIGNS AND MODELS 

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VICTORIA 65? ALBERT MUSEUM 
JUNE 3 -JULY 16, 1922 



CONTENTS 

Committees. 

{a) General Advisory Committee. 

(b) Selection Committee. 

(c) Publicity Sub-Committee. 

(d) Decoration Sub-Committee. 

(e) Finance Sub-Committee. 
(/) Patrons. 

Foreword. 

Introduction. 

Room I.— Great Britain. 

Room II. — Drawings, Etchings, and Marionette Woodcut*. 

Room III.— Models. 

Room IV. — Germany. 

Rooms V., VI. — Great Britain, America. 

Room VII. — France, Italy, etc. 

Room VIII. — Holland, Austria, etc. 

Room IX. — Russia. 

Room X. — ^America (contd.), Photographs, and Miscellaneous. 



COMMITTEES 



GENERAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE 






Chairman : — Sir Cecil Karcourt Smith, C.V.O., LL.D, 

Vice-Chairman : — Lord Howard de Walden. 

Oscar Asche, Esq. E. O. Hoppe, Esq. 

Granville Barker, Esq. Barry Jackson, Esq. 

Kenneth R. Barnes, Esq. Alfred Lugg, Esq. 

Colonel N. Barron, C.M.G., M.V.O. Miss Margaret Morris. 

Dr. Bisschop. Hermon Ould, Esq. 

Andre Chariot, Esq. Norman Page, Esq. 

Charles B. Cochran, Esq. Walter Payne, Esq. 

Miss Edith Craig. Nigel Playfair, Esq. 

Gordon Craig, Esq. Professor W. Rothenstein. 

Walter R. Creighton, Esq. Albert Rutherston, Esq. 

John Drinkwater, Esq. Horace Shipp, Esq. 

St. John Ervine, Esq. Miss Ellen Terry. 

Miss Elsie Fogerty, L.R.A.M. Miss Sibyl Thorndike. 

Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson. Miss Irene Vanbrugh. 

Mrs. Lovat Fraser. Fisher White, Esq. 

Sir J. Martin Harvey, F.R.S.L. Geoffrey Whitworth, Esq. 

St. Leger Hill, Esq. Norman Wilkinson, Esq. 

Martin Hardie, General Secretary. 



SELECTION COMMITTEE 

Miss Clare Atwood. Nigel Playfair, Esq. 

Basil Dean, Esq. *Charles Ricketts, Esq., A.R.A. 

J. Bernard Fagan, Esq. Professor Rothenstein. 

Mrs. Lovat Fraser. *A. Rutherston, Esq. 

G. W. Harris, Esq. Paul Shelving, Esq. 

E. O. Hoppe, Esq. Sir Cecil Harcourt Smith, C.V.O. 

Barry Jackson, Esq. Lord Howard de Walden. 

Geoffrey Norman, Esq. Fisher White, Esq. 

Norman Page, Esq. *Norman Wilkinson, Esq. 

*Martin Hardie, Esq. 

♦Hanging Committee. 



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PUBLICITY SUB'COMMITTEE 

St. John Ervine, Esq. Martin Hardie, Esq. 

Ivor Eraser, Esq. Walter Payne, Esq. 

E. O. Hoppe, Esq. Horace Shipp, Esq. 

Geoffrey Whitworth, Esq. 

DECORATION SUB-COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Lovat Eraser. Professor W. Rothenstein. 

Martin Hardie, Esq. A. Rutherston, Esq. 

Norman Wilkinson, Esq. 

The painted proscenium on the staircase and the decoration of ike 

doorways has been carried out by Mr, Capey and other 

students in the Royal College of Art, 

FINANCE SUB'COMMITTEE 

Lord Howard de Walden, Hon. Treasurer, 
Geoffrey Whitworth, Esq. Walter Payne, Esq. 

Martin Hardie, Esq. 

PATRONS 

Lord Howard de Walden. Frederick Harrison, Esq. 

The Shakespeare Association (per E. St. Leger Hill, Esq. 

Sir Israel Gollancz). Barry Jackson, Esq. 

Sir Oswald StoU. Somerset Maugham, Esq. 

Society of West End Theatre Sir Gerald Du Maurier. 

Managers. Nigel Playfair, Esq. 

Viscount Burnham. Miss Enid Rose. 

London Pavilion and New Oxford Lady Rothermere. 

Theatres (per Mr. Walter Payne). George Bernard Shaw, Esq. 

Anglo-Batavian League (per Dr. Col. John J. Shute. 

Bisschop). Miss Phyllis Neilson Terry. 

Sir James Barrie. Lady Wyndham. 

Andre Chariot, Esq. Gordon Selfridge, Esq. 

Lady Cunard. Arnold Bennett, Esq. 

Mr. and Mrs. Claud Eraser. J. T. Grein, Esq. 

Mrs. H. Granville-Barker. J. de Gruaff, Esq. 

George Grossmith, Esq. Percy B. Ingham, Esq. 

Sir John Martin Harvey. Norman Macdermott, Esq. 

Before the Exhibition could be brought from Amsterdam it was necessary 
to secure a considerable sum for expenses. The British Drama League 
opened a Fund for this purpose, and thanks are due to the above patrons and to 
all those others who made prompt and generous donations. 



INTRODUCTION 

IN writing this Introductory Note my main purpose is 
to explain the origin of the International Theatre 
Exhibition, and how it came to find a home in the Victoria 
and Albert Museum. 
In the course of last year a small number of theatre 
designs and models (which we hope will become the nucleus 
of a much larger permanent collection) were exhibited in 
the Department of Engraving, Illustration and Design. 
This somewhat meagre representation of Theatre Design, 
which was the best the Museum could supply, led to sugges- 
tions in the press and elsewhere that the Museum should 
hold an Exhibition of Theatrical Art on a much larger scale. 
At the time, however, seeing that an important Exhibition 
of this nature was being organised at Amsterdam, no im- 
mediate action was taken ; but when the Amsterdam 
Exhibition opened, Mr. Martin Hardie (Keeper of the 
Department of Engraving, Illustration and Design) was 
sent, with the approval of the Board of Education, to inspect 
the Exhibition, and to report on its nature and scope. 

The undoubted success of the Amsterdam Exhibition, 
which owed much to the energy and enterprise of Heer 
H. T. Wijdeveld, led to a movement in this country, notably 
on the part of Lord Howard de Walden, acting as President 
of the British Drama League, to transfer the Exhibition to 
London. The Society of West-End Theatre Managers and 
the Actors' Association promised support. Mr. Gordon 
Craig, who was working at Amsterdam in close co-operation 
with Mr. Wijdeveld and the Dutch Committee, gave strong 
support to this scheme. In order to concentrate the various 
efforts that were being made, and to permit general discussion 
of the possibilities, a meeting was held at the Museum on 
February 23rd last, to which representatives of the British 
Drama League and other Associations, as well as leading 
Play- Wrights, Managers, Actors, Artists and others con- 
nected with the Stage were invited. It gave me much 
pleasure when presiding at that meeting to announce that 
the President of the Board of Education was prepared to 
welcome the idea of transporting the Exhibition to London, 
and of allowing the Museum to offer the hospitality of its 



galleries to British and foreign exhibitors. It was under- 
stood, however, that while the Museum would give the 
necessary space and be responsible for all matters relating 
to administration, the Exhibition could not be held at the 
Government's expense, and must be open free to the public. 
Lord Howard de Walden, on behalf of the British Drama 
League, offered to raise a fund, for which he had already 
found several generous supporters, to cover the necessary 
expenses, and a definite decision was arrived at that the 
Exhibition should be held at the Victoria and Albert Museum. 

It is, we feel, particularly appropriate that this Exhibition, 
the first International Exhibition of this nature which has 
been held in England, should find a home in this Museum. 
The Museum is the officially constituted centre and home for 
all branches of Industrial Art and Design, and there is, 
obviously, no branch of Art covering quite so wide a field 
as the Theatre, which touches Architecture, Painting, 
Design, and Decoration in many forms. In this country, 
as on the Continent, there has been, during recent years, 
a serious and noteworthy progress in the treatment of 
dramatic scenery and stage setting ; and we hope that this 
Exhibition, by co-ordinating similar efforts made in other 
parts of the World, will set new standards before the public 
eye, and will serve a highly useful purpose in the encourage- 
ment of what is a very definite and very active branch of 
British Art and Design. 

The Exhibition will speak for itself. It might be added 
that efforts have been made, wherever practicable, to extend 
and enlarge its scope. The British and American Sections 
are notably more complete than they were at Amsterdam. 

The Museum has gladly undertaken the administration 
of the Exhibition, but the work could not have been carried out 
without the invaluable help given by special Committees 
chosen from those who are prominently connected with 
Theatrical Art and the production of plays. Whatever 
success the Exhibition may achieve will be largely due to the 
hearty co-operation and enthusiastic support of those whose 
names are given on the preceding pages. 

In the preparation of this Catalogue Mr. Martin Hardie 
has received valuable assistance from Mrs. P. E. Richards 
and Miss K. Sproule. 

CECIL HARCOURT SMITH, 

Director. 
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FOREWORD 



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■TWENTY to thirty years ago, some of us in the 
European Theatre feh that we could bring to 
the entertainment of the people something they 
might like to have. 

Entertainment can grow as dull as anything 
else, and we thought that here and there the Theatre was 
showing signs of growing dull. So we set to work. 

The drawings, models, plans, masks, and marionettes 
shown here are part of the results of our labour. 

Out of about 900 pieces exhibited here, at least two-thirds 
have been carried out in large on the stages in America, 
Austria, Belgium, England, France, Germany, Holland, 
Italy, Poland, Russia and Switzerland. In most of these 
lands the play-writer and the actor have welcomed our ideas — 
for it is ideas which we have brought to the Theatres, not 
merely sceneries and pictures. 

A new way of looking at an old thing — this was our principal 
idea, and this idea has freshened up that part of entertain- 
ment which was growing dull. 

Ours was no hideous "revolution" — no pompous 
" reform." We just made some most ordinary and desirable 
changes. 

We based our changes on some of the oldest and best 
traditions known to mankind, though we rejected that 
ancient, and for some unknown reason, respected Tradition 
which orders you to *' do as was done last time." 

We began to build our theatres differently, we set our 
stages with different scenes, and we acted our old and new 
plays differently — not in every land or in every city, but 
in nearly every land and in most cities. 

And this Exhibition is held in London so that England 
may prepare to do not merely what other lands have already 
done — but much more. 

GORDON CRAIG. 



CATALOGUE 

OF THE INTERNATIONAL THEATRE 

EXHIBITION, VICTORIA AND ALBERT 

MUSEUM, JUNE 3-JULY 16, 1922. 



ROOM I— GREAT BRITAIN 

HARRIS, George W. 

1 Design for Set Scene for an Eastern Play. 

2 Design for Painted Drop-scene for the Pantomime, " Sindbad the Sailor." 

ANDERSON, Percy. 

3 Costume Design for the Rajah of Chutneypoor in " The Nautch Girl." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre^ 1891. 

Presented to the Museum by R. D'Oyly Carte, Esq. 

4 Costume Designs for ** The Yeoman of the Guard." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1888. 

Presented to the Museum by R. D'Oyly Carte, Esq. 

5 Costume Design for a Mannequin in " Chu Chin Chow." 
Produced at His Majesty's Theatre, 1916. 

Presented to the Museum by Mrs. and Mr. Oscar Asche. 

6 Costume Design for Haji in " Kismet." 
Produced at the Garrick Theatre, 1910. 

Presented to the Museum by Mrs. and Mr. Oscar Asche. 

7 Costume Designs for the Husband and Abdullah in " Chu Chin Chow." 
Produced at His Majesty's Theatre, 1916. 

Presented to the Museum by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Asche. 

8 Costume Design for Aumerle in " King Richard II." 
Produced at His Majesty's Theatre, 1908. 
Presented to the Museum by Miss Viola Tree. 

9 Costume Design for Malvolio in " Twelfth Night." 
Produced at His Majesty's Theatre, 1901. 
Presented to the Museum by Miss Viola Tree, 

10 Costume Design for Currie in " The Nautch Girl." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1891. 

Presented to the Museum by R. D'Oyly Carte, Esq. 

11 Costume Design for the Duchess of Plaza-Toro in "The Gondoliers." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1889. 

Presented by R. D'Oyly Carte, Esq. 

12 Costume Designs for Jupiter and Hans Styx in " Orpheus in the Under- 
ground." 

Produced at His Majesty's Theatre, 1911. 
Presented to the Museum by Miss Viola Tree. 



HARRIS, George W. 

13 Design for Act II, Scene I, of" Will Shakespeare " (by Clemence Dane). 
Produced at the Shaftesbury Theatre^ 1921. 

14 Costume Design for the Dream King in " Fifinella." 
Produced at the Scala Theatre ^ 1920. 

15 Costume Design for Queen Elizabeth in " Will Shakespeare." 
Produced at the Shaftesbury Theatre, 192 1. 

16 Costume Design for the Dream Merchant in " Fifinella." 
Produced at the Scala Theatre , 1920. 

17 Costume Design for Mary Fitton in " Will Shakespeare." 
Produced at the Shaftesbury Theatre, 1921. 

18 Costume Design for Male Chorister in " Fifinella." 
Produced at the Scala Theatre, 1920. 

19 Design for a Painted Cloth for a Music Hall. 

20 Design for a Painted Cloth for a Music Hall. 

21 Design for a Painted Cloth for a Music Hall. 

SCHWABE, Randolph. 

22 Costume Design for Lady of the Time of Charles II, for " The 

Enchanted Cottage." 
Produced at the Duke of York*s Theatre, 1922. 

23 Costume Design for Gentleman, 1820, for " The Enchanted Cottage." 
Produced at the Duke of York^s Theatre, 1922. 

24 Costume Design for a Tudor Lady in " The Enchanted Cottage." 
Produced at the Duke of York's Theatre, 1922. 

25 Costume Design for Ballet, " Marie Antoinette." 
Produced at the Coliseum, 1922. 

26 Costume Design for a Tudor Gentleman in " The Enchanted Cottage." 
Produced at the Duke of York's Theatre, 1922. 

27 Costume Design for Lady, 1820, for " The Enchanted Cottage." 
Produced at the Duke of York's Theatre, 1922. 

28 Costume Design for a Gentleman of the Time of Charles II, for " The 

Enchanted Cottage." 
Produced at the Duke of York's Theatre, 1922. 

PENROSE, Alec. 

29 Design for Setting for " Troilus and Cressida " : Final Scenes on 

Battlefield. 
Produced by the Marlowe Society at the A.D.C. Theatre, Cambridge, 
March, 1922. To be revived at the Everyman Theatre, June ig'2/^th, 
1922. 



30 Design for Stage Setting for " Troilus and Cressida " : Troy, a Street 

(showing steps and proscenium doors to apron stage used throughout 
the play). 
Produced by the Marlowe Society at the A.D.C. Theatre, Cambridge^ 
March, 1922. To be revived at the Everyman Theatre, June i9-24th, 
1922. 

31 Design for Setting of " Troilus and Cressida " : Battlefield between 

Troy and Grecian Camp. 
Produced by the Marlowe Society at the A.D.C. Theatre, Cambridge^ 
March, 1922. To be revived at the Everyman Theatre, June 19-24^^, 
1922. 

FRASER, Claud Lovat. 

32 Costume Design for " Dr. Faustus " (by Marlowe). 

33 Costume Design for Lady Wishfort in " The Way of the World " 

(by Congreve). 

34 Costume Design for David Rizzio in " Mary Stuart." 

35 Costume Design for Ophelia in '* Hamlet." 

36 Design for Stage Setting for " Mary Stuart." 

37 Costume Design for a Witch in " Macbeth." 

38 Costume Design for Mary in ** Mary Stuart." 

39 Costume Design for Coreb, a Spirit, in " The Merry Devil of 

Edmonton " (i6th Century Play). 

40 Design for Stage Setting for *' Mary Stuart." Scene I. Mary's 

Room in Holyrood. 

41 Costume Design for " King Lear." 

42 Costume Design for Darnley in " Mary Stuart." 

43 Costume designed for Madame Karsavina in " The Two Blackbirds " 

(Nursery Rhymes). 

WOLMARK, Alfred A. 

44 Costume Designs (4) for " Hamlet " : Laertes, a Drummer, Torch- 

Bearer, Standard-Bearer. 

45 Costume Designs (4) for " Hamlet " : Cornelius, Voltimand, Hamlet, 

A Soldier. 

46 Costume Designs (4) for ** Hamlet " : Horatio, Laertes, Polonius, 

Ophelia. 

47 Costume Design for the Queen in " Hamlet." 

48 Design for Stage Setting for " The Blue Bird " (by Maeterlinck). 

49 Design for Stage Setting of " Timon of Athens, " 1913. 

50 Design for Stagej^Setting of Scene in " Timon of Athens," Banqueting 

Room in Timon's House, 1913. 

51 Design for Stage Setting: "Venice." 

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WALEY, Rhoda F. 

52 Design for Palace Scene in " Twelfth Night.* 

53 Design for Wood Scene, to be executed with curtains. 

54 Design for Street Scene (Comedy). 

LOCHER, R. 

55 Costume Design for The Lady who came in a Carriage in " Village Fair." 
Produced by the Greenwich Follies, New York, 1921. 

56 Costume Design for The Lady who came on Horseback in " Village 

Fair " 
Produced by the Greenwich Follies, New York, 1921. 

57 Design for Stage Setting for *' Village Fair." 
Produced by the Greenwich Follies, New York, 1921. 

BIDDLE, Marjorie. 

58 Design for Scene : An Entrance Hall. 

TRUE, Florence. 

59 Design for Stage Setting for Act H, Scene I, " Macbeth." 

60 Design for Stage Setting for *' Riders to the Sea " (by J. M. Synge). 

61 Design for Stage Setting for Act I, Scene VI, *' Macbeth." 

MILNE, Malcolm. 

62 Design for Setting for '* Callimachus." 
Produced at the Haymarket Theatre, December, 1919. 

HEMBROW, V. P. 

63 Design for a Ballet. 

DALE, Lawrence and Beatrice. 

64 Costume Designs (10) for " The Noah's Ark." 

65 Designs (4) for Scenery for " The Noah's Ark," by Lawrence and 

Beatrice Dale. 
Produced Privately, 191 5. 

SHELVING, Paul. 

66 Costume Design for Young Actor in '' David Garrick " (by Reginald 

Somerville). 
Produced at the Queen's Theatre, March 2nd, 1922. 

67 Costume Design for " The Potter's Shop " : Palace Guard. 
Produced at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 

68 Costume Design for a Dancer in Part H, '* King Henry IV." 
Produced at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 

69 Costume Design for " The Potter's Shop " : Chief Eunuch. 
Produced at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 

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70 Costume Design for a Masker in Act I, " David Garrick " (by Reginald 

Somerville). 
Produced at the Queen*s Theatre^ March 2nd, 1922. 

71 Costume Design for " The Potter's Shop " : Aza, 
Produced by the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 

72 Design for a Cut-cloth for " The Potter's Shop " : The Garden of a 

Thousand Trees. 
Produced hy the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 

73 Costume Design for " Othello " : Desdemona. 
Produced at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 

74 Costume Design for " The Witch " : The Leader of the Town Guard. 
Produced by the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 

75 Costume Design for " Othello " : Roderigo. 

76 Costume Design for " The Potter's Shop " : Nijam-el- Ahmed. 

77 Costume Design for an Actor in Act III, " David Garrick *' (by Reginald 

Somerville). 
Produced at the QueerCs Theatre ^ March znd^ 1922. 

77A Mask. 

LOWY, May. 

78 Figure Study : Gentleman of the i8th Century. 

79 Figure Study : Masked Gentleman. 

ZINKEISEN, Doris. 

80 Design for Stage Setting for " Hamlet " (Act I, Scene I). 

81 Design for Programme Cover. 

82 Design for Stage Setting for " Strife " (by John Galsworthy). 

83 Designs (2) for Stage Settings for " Make Believe " (by A. A. Milne) : 

The Drawing-room of the Hubbard Family ; Outside the Hubbards' 
House. 
Produced at the Playhouse, Liverpool, December, 1921. 

NASH, Paul. 

84 Designs for Costumes (6 in i frame) for " King Lear's Wife " (by 

Gordon Bottomley). 

85 Design for Drop-Curtain. 

86 Design for Stage Setting for " The Truth About the Russian Ballet " 

(by Sir James Barrie). 
Presented to the V. and A. Museum by some friends of the Museum. 

86a Designs for Costumes (4 in i frame) for " The Truth About the 
Russian Ballet " (by Sir James Barrie). 

87 Scene Drawn from a Model and representing " A Platform by the Sea, 

Night." 

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GARSIDE, John. 

88 Costume Design for Dona Sirena in " The Bonds of Interest." 
Produced at Everyman Theatre ^ September ^ 1920. 

89 Costume Design for Queen Isabella in ** Richard II." 
Produced at " The Old Vic" October, 1921. 

90 Costume Design for the King in " Richard II.** 
Produced at " The Old Vic,'* October, 1921. 

91 Costume Design for Leander in " The Bonds of Interest." 
Produced at Everyman Theatre, September, 1920. 

92 Costume Design for Crispin in " The Bonds of Interest.** 
Produced at Everyman Theatre, September, 1920. 

93 Costume Design for Sylvia in " The Bonds of Interest.** 
Produced at Everyman Theatre, September, 1920. 

RUTHERSTON, Albert. 

94 Costume Design for Miss Lillah McCarthy as Hermione in " A Winter *s 

Tale,** 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 19 12. 
Presented to the Museum by Miss Lillah McCarthy, 

95 Costume Design for Time in " A Winter's Tale.** 

Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 19 12. Lent by Miss Lillah McCarthy. 

96 Costume Design for Attendant to Hermione in " A Winter*s Tale." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1912. 

Lent by Miss Lillah McCarthy, 

97 Costume Design for Florizel (No. i Dress) in " A Winter's Tale.*' 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1912. 

Lent by Miss Lillah McCarthy. 

98 Costume Design for Mercure in the Ballet, " Le R^veil de Flore.** 
Produced at the Palace Theatre Special Matinie, 19 13, and in New York, 

and during Madame Pavlova's Season in the Americas, 1915-1918. 

99 Costume Design for M. Volinin as Zephyr in the Ballet. ** Le R6veil 

de Flore.'* 
Produced at the Palace Theatre, Special Matinie, 1914, and in New 
York, and during Madame Pavlova's season in the Americas, 1915-1918. 

100 Costume Designs for two Figurantes in Madame Anna Pavlova's Ballet, 

" Le Reveil de Flore." 
Produced at the Palace Theatre Special Matinie, 19 14, and in New York, 
and during Madame Pavlova's season in the Americas, 1915-1918. 

10 1 Costume Designs (2) for a Satyr and a Bacchant in the Ballet, " Le 

Reveil de Flore." 
Produced at the Palace Theatre Special Matinee, 19 14, and in New York, 
and during Madame Pavlova's Season in the Americas, 1915-1918. 

102 Costume Design for Miss Lillah McCarthy as Jennifer in " The 

Doctor's Dilemma." 
Produced at the St. James's Theatre, 1913. 

103 Design for Scenic Cloth (to hang in folds), for Madame Anna Pavlova. 
Presented to the Museum by C. L. Rutherston, Esq. 

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104 Working Design for Cut-Cloth in " Androcles and the Lion," (by 

Bernard Shaw), Act I, Scene I : Forest Scene. 
Produced at the St. James's Theatre, 1913, and in New York, 1914. 

105 Costume Design for Autolycus in '* A Winter's Tale." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 19 12. 

Lent by Miss Lillah McCarthy. 

106 Costume Design for Camillo in " A Winter's Tale." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1912. 

Lent by Miss Lillah McCarthy. 

107 Costume Design for Paulina in '* A Winter's Tale." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1912. 

Lent by Miss Lillah McCarthy. 

108 Costume Design for Madame Anna Pavlova as " Poup^." 
Produced in New York, 19 14. 

109 Costume Design for Madame Anna Pavlova as Flore in " Le R^veil 

de Flore." 
Produced at the Palace Theatre Special Matinie, 19 14, and in New York, 

and during Madame Pavlova's Season in the Americas, 1915-1918. 
no Costume Design for Madame Anna Pavlova as '* Amazon." 
Produced in New York, 19 14. 

RICKETTS, Charles, A.R.A. 

111 Costume Design for Attendant in " Judith." 

112 Costume Design for Servants of the Queen in " The Death of 

Tintagille " (by Maeterlinck). 
Produced at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin. 

113 Design for Stage Setting of " Eumenides." 

114 Costume Design for Drunken Ancestor in " The Betrothal " (by 

Maeterlinck). 
Produced at the Gaiety Theatre, 192 1. 

115 Costume Design for Sick Ancestor in " The Betrothal " (by Maeter- 

linck). 
Produced at the Gaiety Theatre, 1921. 

116 Design for Drop-scene for Act III, " The Betrothal " (by Maeterlinck). 
Produced at the Gaiety Theatre, 1921. 

117 Design for Stage Setting for Act III, '' The Betrothal " (by Maeterlinck). 
Produced at the Gaiety Theatre, 1921. 

118 Design for Drop-scene in Act II, " The Betrothal " (by Maeterlinck). 

119 Design for Stage Setting for " Salome." 
Produced at Tokio, 1922. 

120 Design for Stage Setting for " Salome." 
Produced at the National Sporting Club, 1906. 

121 Design for Stage Setting for Act II of " Parsifal." 

122 Costume Design for the King in " The King's Threshold." 

123 Costume Design for Goneril in " King Lear." 

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WILKINSON, Norman (of Four Oaks). 

124 Costume Design for Snout as the Wall in *' A Midsummer Night's 

Dream." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre^ iQiS* 

125 Costume Design for Snug as Lion in "A Midsununer Night's 

Dream," 1913. 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre y 1913. 

126 Costume Design for Flute as Thisbe in " A Midsummer Night's 

Dream," 1913. 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1913. 

127 Costume Designs for " Luria " (by Robert Browning) : Jacopo, 1913. 

128 Costume Design for " The Trojan Women " : Andromache. 
Produced in the United States, ^9^S- 

129 Costume Design for Viola in " Twelfth Night." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1912. 

130 Design for Curtain for " Twelfth Night." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1912. 

131 Designs (2) for Curtains in " A Midsummer Night's Dream." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 191 3. 

132 Sketch Design for the First Scene in " A Midsummer Night's Dream." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 191 3. 

133 Costume Design for Bottom as Pyramus in " A Midsummer Night's 

Dream." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 191 3. 

134 Costume Design for Viola in " Twelfth Night." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1912. 

135 Design for a Property Vase in " A Winter's Tale." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 19 12. 

136 Design for Folded Curtains for " A Midsummer Night's Dream." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1913. 

137 Costume Design for Luria (last dress) in ** Luria " (by Robert 

Browning). 

138 Costume Design for Luria (first dress) in " Luria " (by Robert 

Browning), 191 3. 

139 Costume Design for a Courtier in " Twelfth Night." 
Produced at the Savoy Theatre, 1912. 

140 Costume Design for Hecuba in " The Trojan Women." 
Produced in the United States in 1915. 

i40AMask Designed for Pallas Athene in " Iphigenia in Tauris.** 

FAULKNER, Alma. 

141 Costume Design for " The Rabbit Princess." 1922. 

142 Costume Designs (2) for " The Bluebeard Touch." 
Produced at the Apollo Theatre, London, September, 1921. 

143 Costume Design for " The Rabbit Princess." 1922. 

144 Costume Designs (2) for " Mary Stuart." 1921. 

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ATKINSON, Robert. 

145 — 148 Designs (4) for Decoration of the Regent Theatre, Brighton. 

THOMPSON, J. Denton. 

149 Design for the Ghost Scene in " Hamlet." 

SIME, Sidney H. 

150 Design for Stage Setting for " Children of Don," Prologue. Scene I. 

151 Design for Stage Setting for " The Pretenders." 

152 Costume Designs. 

153 Design for Stage Setting for ** The Pretenders." 

154 Design for Scene in " The Pretenders." 

155 Design for Stage Setting for " The Pretenders." 

156 Costume Designs. 

Nos. 150 — 1^6 presented to the Museum by Lord Howard de Walden, 

RUMBOLD, Hugo. 

157 Costume Design for An Old Lady in the Ball-room Scene in " The 

Marriage of Figaro." 
Produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and at Covent Garden. 

158 Costume Design for Doctor Bartollo in " The Marriage of Figaro." 
Produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and at Covent Garden. 

159 Costume Design for Count Almaviva in " The Marriage of Figaro." 
Produced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and at Covent Garden. 

160 Costume Designs (6) for " Jeames Yellowplush " : Mamma, Angelina, 

A Spurious Foreign Nobleman, A Gentleman of Distinction, A 
Gentleman of Distinction, The Polka. 
Produced at the Prince of Wales' Theatre. Lent by Mrs. J. Melvill. 
i6oACostume Designs (3) for " Patience " and " The Critic." 

SWAN, James H., and GEOFFREY, Norman (Architects). 

161 Half-scale Model of the Theatre of the Royal Academy of Dramatic 

Art, Bloomsbury. 
Model of building executed by J. Panichelli. Stage model executed by 
J. W. Cawdery & Co. 

i6iAPlan. 

i6iBElevation and Sections. 

DULAC, Edmond. 

162 Mask for the Young Man in " At the Hawk's Well " (by W. B. Yeats). 

163 Mask for the Old Man in " At the Hawk's Well " (by W. B. Yeats). 

REBURN, Lilian. 

164 Mask for " The Loves of the Elements." 
Produced by the Unnamed Society, 1919. 

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ROOM II. 

Drawings, Etchings and Marionette Woodcuts. 

CRAIG, Edward Gordon. 
171 — 180 

Group of 20 Etchings. Designs for the Scene. 1907. 

181 Photograph of Gordon Craig by E. O. Hopp6, Esq. 

APPIA, Adolphe. 

182 Design for Stage Setting for " Rheingold," Walhalla. 

183 Design for Stage Setting, " Projet d'espace." 

184 Design for Stage Setting for " Antigone," Grotto fun^bre. 

185 Design for Stage Setting for The Workshop of Prometheus in 

" Prometheus." 

186 Design for Stage Setting for " Parsifal." 

187 Design for Stage Setting of Act III of " Prometheus." The Work- 

shop destroyed. 

188 Design for Stage Setting for end of Act III of '' The Valkyries." 

189 Design for Stage Setting : The Sacred Forest, Act I, " Parsifal.** 

190 Design for Stage Setting for '' Orpheus," by Von Gliick. 

191 Design for Stage Setting : The Dungeon of Klingsor, Act II, 

" Parsifal." 

192 Design for Stage Setting : The Rock of the Valkyries in " The 

Valkyries." 

193 Design for Stage Setting : The Field of Flowers (Act III) in " Parsifal.*' 

194 Design for Stage Setting for " Orpheus." 

195 Design for Stage Setting for " Echo and Narcissus.** 

196 Design for Stage Setting for *' Tristan.'* Act III. 

197 Design for Stage Setting : The Elysian Fields in " The Valkyries,** 

by Von Gliick. 

198 Design for Stage Setting. 

199 Design of Stage Setting for " Prometheus,** Act II. L*Ile Heureuse. 

CRAIG, Edward Gordon. 

200 — 202 

Roman Actors (3). 1908. 

203 Susannah. 1908. 

204 ist Elder. 1908. 

205 Girl with Ball. 1908. 

206 2nd Elder. 1908. 

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207 Moses. 1909. 

208 Culture, Kultur, Cultura and Co. 1915. 

209 Hamlet and the Ghost. 

210 Priest. 1908. 

211 Lust. 1909. 

212 Fear. 1908. 

213 Beast. 1914. 

214 Beauty. 1914. 

215 Footlights for " Hamlet." 

216 Acis. 

217 Girl with Stick. 

218 Costume Design for " Peer Gynt." 1890. 

219 " The Blind Man " in " Bailees Strand " (by W. B. Yeats). 1912. 

220 Cuchulain. 19 14. 

221 Stage Setting for ** Hamlet." 19 10, 

222 Stage Setting for " The Tempest." 

223 Stage Setting for " Hamlet." 

224 Stage Setting for " Electra." 

Lent by Mrs. R. Bevan Williams. 

225 Design for an Open Air Theatre. 19 10. 

226 Stage Setting for '* The Tempest." 

227 Stage Setting for ** Hamlet." 

228 Lorenzo. 1909. 

229 Stage Setting for Irish Play : " On Bailees Strand." 

230 Stage Setting for " Hamlet." Last Act. 

231 Young Gobbo. 1909. 

232 " The Ghost " (in " Hamlet "). 1891. 

233 Costume Design for ** Much Ado About Nothing." 

234 An Actor, Hamlet. Act H, Sc. 2. 

235 Stage Setting for " Hamlet." Act I, Sc. i. 

236 Black Girl. 19 14. 

237 Dancing Girl. 1907. 

238 Hunger. 1908. 

239 Hecuba. 1908. 

240 Group of Eight Men. 1908. 

241 Electra. 1908. 
24a Eve. 191 5. 

243 Iphigenia. 1908. 

243A {hi centre of room.) Screens. Three Inventions. 1922. 

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MODELS 

CRAIG, Edward Gordon. 

244 " Hamlet " (last Act). 

245, 246 Two Models for " Hamlet." 

WILKINSON, Norman (of Four Oaks). 

247 Setting for the Phoenix Society Productions. 1921. 

248 " Macbeth," Scene, The Murder of Duncan. 1912. 

249 '' The Faithful " (by John Masefield). 
Produced by the Incorporated Stage Society^ 1919. 

VENESS, W. S. 

250 " Two Blind Beggars and One Less Blind '* (by PhiHp Moeller). 
Produced at the Everyman Theatre^ Hampstead, 

RUTHERSTON, A. 

251 ** Le Mariage Forc^ '* (by Moli^re). 
Produced at the St. Jameses Theatre, 1913- 

252 ** Androcles and the Lion " (by Bernard Shaw), Act HI, Scene 3. 

(One side of a double scene. The platform behind the inner pros- 
cenium revolved between the pillars to give a rapid change to the 
interior scene of which the side shown is the exterior). 
Produced at the St. Jameses Theatre, 191 3, and in New York, 1914. 

TRUE, Florence. 

253 Arrangement of Curtains for a Forest Scene. 

256 "■ Macbeth," Act I, Scene i. 

NASH, Paul. 

254 " King Lear*s Wife " (by Gordon Bottomley). 

255 *' Gruach " (by Gordon Bottomley). (The scene is lit by the fire- 

light and a glimmer from the snow outside.) 

SHELVING, Paul. 

257 " The Witch," Act H (by H. Wiers-Jenssen). 

Produced at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, February zyth, 1920. 

258 '* The Witch," Act I (by H. Wiers-Jenssen). 

Produced at the Birmingham Repertory l^heatre^ February zyth, 1920. 

BERNARD, Oliver P. 

259 Design for a Modern Proscenium and Stage Setting of a Cloister Scene. 
259AThe Hall of Chance, for " Whirligig." 

Produced at the Palace Theatre, 191 9. 

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FAG AN, James Bernard. 

260 Street Scene from " The Singer of Shiraz." 

261 " Heartbreak House " (Act I). 

262 Indian Scene from " The Singer of Shiraz.*' 

HARRIS, George W. 

263 *' The Wonderful Visit " : Act HI. 

Produced at St. Martin's Theatre, London, February, 1921. 

COOK, Job. 

264 Mountain Pass. 

HARRIS, George W. 

265 Scene for Modern Comedy. 

Produced at St. Martin's Theatre, London. 

WALEY, Rhoda F. 

266 '' Twelfth Night " : Palace Scene. 

HARRIS, George W. 

267 Model for Scene, afterwards altered for Wylie and Tate. 
Produced at the London Hippodrome, 1922. 

BIDDLE, Marjorie. 

268 " A Forest." 

LOWY, May. 

269 Street Scene. 

ZINKEISEN, D. 

270 " Make Believe " (by A. A. Milne), Scene 4 : The Court of Father 

Christmas. 
Produced at the Playhouse, Liverpool, December 2yd, 192 1. 

HEATH, C. Noel. 

271 ** Setna, a Tale of Ancient Egypt " (by N. and D. Heath and B. Murray). 

Final scene. 

MONCK, Nugent, and SMYTH, Owen P. 

272 Reconstructed Elizabethan Stage Set for " Twelfth Night." 
Produced at the Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich, April z^th-zgth, 1922. 

273 Maddermarket Theatre Stage, a Reconstructed Elizabethan Stage. 

THOMPSON, J. Denton. 

274 A Suggestion for Light Opera. 

275 False Proscenium and Boudoir Scene for " Ring Up." 

Produced at the Royalty Theatre, September yd-November 21st, and at 
the Vaudeville Theatre, November 2yd-December igth, 192 1. 

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JONES, Robert Edmond. 

276 ** Richard III " : The Tower of London (used as a permanent setting). 

277 ** George Washington " : The Tent Scene. 

278 " The Seven Princesses." 

BAUMEISTER, Willy. 

279 " Freiheit." 

POUTSMA, J. T., and MELSERT, M.A.v.d.Lugt. 

280 " Marikken van Nijmeghen." 

KEMPIN, Kurt. 

281 " Ein Geschlecht " (by Fritz von Unruh). 

GLIESE, Rochus. 

282 ** Don Juan," Act I, Scene i. 
KEMPIN, Kurt. 

283 '' The Magic Flute." 

GLIESE, Rochus. 

284 " Don Juan," Act I, Scene 3. 
GRANVAL, Charles (Com^die Francaise). 

285 " Les Fourberies de Scapin " (by MoH^re). 

Produced at the Comidie Frangaisey Paris ^ January^ 1922. 

KLIJN, E. C. W. 

286 *' The May Dream " (by A. S. C. Adama van Schehema). 

CZIOSSEK, F. 

287 " King Nicolo." 

Produced at the Wurtt-Landestheater ^ Stuttgart. 

SCHERL, F. X. 

288 '* Gas." 

MOLKENBOER, Antoon. 

289 '' Play of St. Francis." 

PANKOK, Bernhard. 

290 ** Don Juan." 

RONSIN. 

291 '' Romeo and Juliet " : The Tomb. 
Produced at the Comddie Franfaise, Paris y 1920, 



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SCHERL, F. X. 

292 " Gas." 

ARAVANTINOS. 

293 " Ritter Blaubart/' Act III. 

Produced at the Berlin State Opera House^ 1920. 

GIBBONS, Arnold O. 

294 " Faust " (Scene V, Auerbach's Cellar). 

HOLME, Geoffrey, and SHERINGHAM, George. 

295 ** Wapping Ballet," one of a series of Scenes designed for the 

Londoner. 

VENESS, W. S. 

296 '' The King's Jewry " (by Halcott Glover) : Act I. 
Produced at the Everyman Theatre^ Hampstead. 

PRENTICE, Herbert M. 

297 " As You Like It " : The Duke's Palace. 

SHELVING, Paul. 

298 " The Romantic Young Lady." 

BULL, John. 

299 Garden Scene. 

HILL, E. St. Leger. 

300 Design for a permanent Stage Setting for a Repertory Theatre. 

ENSOR, Aubrey Collen. 

301 " The Merry Wives of Windsor," Act III, Scene i : A Field Near 

Frogmore. 

MACDERMOTT, Norman. 

302 " Arms and the Man," Act II (by Bernard Shaw)» 
Produced at Everyman Theatre ^ March 1921. 

303 '* King Lear " (opening of play — Lear Dominant). 
To be produced at Everyman Theatre^ Autumn^ 1922. 

304 " King Lear " (close of play — Lear crushed). 

To he produced at Everyman Theatre, Autumn, igzz, 

WOLMARK, Alfred. 

305 " Hamlet." 

306 " Cleopatra." 

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KRUGER-GRAY, George. 

307 " Henry V." 

Produced by Sir John Martin Harvey. 

308 " Hamlet " (Graveyard Scene). 

Produced by Sir John Martin Harvey at Covent Garden Opera House^ 
1920. 



FRASER, Claud Lovat. 

309 Ballet Stage for Madame Karsavina. 

310, 311 " The Beggar's Opera " (2). 

Produced at the Lyric Theatre^ Hammersmith^ June, 1920. 

312 *' The Rivals " (by Sheridan). 

313 *' Nursery Rhymes " designed for Madame Karsavina. 

314 " La Serva Padrona " (by Pergolesi). 

Produced at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, January ^ 19 19. 

315 " As You Like It " : Forest Scene. 

316 ** As You Like It '* : Duke Frederick's Courtyard. 

THOMPSON, Woodman. 

317 " Romeo and Juliet " ; Capulet's Hall. 

318 " Romeo and Juliet " : A Street in Verona. 

319 '* Romeo and Juliet " : Juliet's Garden. 

These models are all made from one permanent and convertible skeleton set. In 
the original production at Carnegie Institute the play was given as written, with all 
its twenty or twenty-four changes of scene, and all the scene shifts were made in 
the dark. 

Produced at the Carnegie Institute. 

MACDERMOTT, Norman. 

320 " The Vikings at Helgeland " (by Ibsen), Act V. 

321 '* The Terrible Meek " (by Charles R. Kennedy). 

ASHWORTH, George Bradford. 

322 " Herod " (by Stephen Philips). 

RUMBOLD, Hugo. 

322A** La Fille de Madame Angot " (last Act). 

323 *' A Whackeray for Thackeray " (Music by Hugo Rumbold). From 

the Revue, " A to Z." 
Produced at the Prince of Wales* Theatre, 

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POELZIG, Hans. 

324 Costume Design for Ophelia in " Hamlet." 

325 Costume Designs for Hamlet and the Ghost in '* Hamlet." 

KEMPIN, Kurt. 

326 Design for Setting for *' Samson and Delilah." 

327 Designs (3) for " The Magic Flute." 

328 Design for Setting for " Demetrius." 

329 Design for Setting for " Aida." 

330 Design for Setting for ** The Woman without a Shadow." 

ARAVANTINOS, P. 

331 Design for a Ballet. 

332 Design for Stage Setting for " The Woman without a Shadow " (by 

Strauss). 

MAHNKE, Adolf. 

333 Design for Scenery for " Meroc." 

WILDERMANN, Hans. 

334, 335 Designs (2) for Stage Settings for " Parsifal." 

LUCKHARDT, W. 

336 Model of a Theatre. 
3 3 6a Model of a Theatre. 

SIEVERT, Ludwig. 

337 Design for Scenery for ** Judith." 

POELZIG, Hans. 

338—341 

Salzburg Theatre : — 
(a) First plan : Front, Sides, Back, Interior. 

342—343 

Designs (2) for Scenery for ** Hamlet." 

ORLIK, Emil. 

344 Rehearsal of ** Faust." 

SIEVERT, Ludwig. 

345—346 

Designs (2) for Scenery for *' The Magic Flute." 



GUTZEIT, Kurt. 

347 Designs (4) for Stage Setting for " Faust " (by Goethe) : (a) Prologue. 
Heaven. 
Design for Scene for '' Leonce and Lena " (by George Biichner). 
Produced at Munich. 
Design for Stage Setting for " The Fool and Death " (by Hofmannsthal). 

GUDURIAN, P. G. 

348 — 350 

Designs (6) for Scenery for " Die Wandlung " (by Toller). 
STERN, Ernst. 

351 Costume Design for ** Lysistrata.'* 

KAHLE, Kurt. 

352 Costume Designs for Dancers. 

STERN, Ernst. 

353 Costume Designs (2) for *' Der Weisse Heiland '* (by Gerhardt 

Hauptmann). 

354 Design for Stage Setting for " Der Weisse Heiland " (by Gerhardt 
Hauptmann). 

355 Design for Scene for " The Green Flute." 
Produced at the Deutsches Theatre, Berlin. 

356 Design for Scene for ** Much Ado About Nothing." 

357 Design for Scene for '* Don Juan." 

358 Design for Scenery for ** Danton " (by Romain Holland). 

359 Design for Stage Setting for " The Miracle." 
Produced by Max Reinhardt in London, 

360 Design for Stage Setting for " Sumurun." 
Produced at the Deutsches Theatre, Berlin. 

361 Design for Stage Setting for ** The Green Flute." 
Produced at the German Theatre, Berlin. 

362 Design for Stage Setting for " The Tempest." 
Produced by Max Reinhardt. 

363 Design for Scene for " Don Juan." 

364 Design for Scene for " The Two Shepherdesses." 

365 Design for Scene for " Turandot." 

366 Design for Scene for " Ariadne at Naxos." 

367 Design^for Stage Setting for " The Miracle." 
Produced by Max Reinhardt in London. 

368 Costume Design for " Lysistrata," 

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KAHLE, Kurt. 

369 Costume Designs for Dancers. 

GUDURIAN, P. G. 

370 Designs for Costume: Rudiger, Leonore. 

371 Designs (2) for Scenery for " Schloss Wetterstein ** (by Wedekind). 

372—373 

Designs for Scenes and Costumes for " Die Wandlung." 

REIGBERT, Otto. 

374 Design for Scene for '* The Son." 

375 Design for Scenery for " Caesar and Cleopatra." 

376 Design for Sc^ne for *' Caesar and Cleopatra." 

377 Design for Scene for " Caesar and Cleopatra." 

378 Design for Scene for ** The Son." 

379 Design for Scene for " The King " (by Johst). 

380 Design for Scene for " Die Verschwdrung des Fiesko." 
381—382 M ' 

Costume Designs. 

KEMPIN, Kurt. 

383 Designs (2) for Scenes for '* Lohengrin " showing views from right 

and from left. 
Produced at the Hessisches Landestheater ^ Darmstadt, 191 2. 

384 Design for Scene for '* Torquato Tosso." 

SIEVERT, Ludwig. 

385-387 

Designs (3) for Scenery for ** Orpheus and Eurydice." 

388 Design for Scene for " Parsifal." 

389 Design for Scenery in ** Judith." 

WILLENZ, Maria. 

391, 392 Costume Designs. 

FREY, Maxim. 

393 Design for Scene for " St. Jacobs Fahrt." 

394 Design for Scene for "St. Jacobs Fahrt." 

395 Design for Scenery for *' Gdtterprufung " (by Eisner). 

396 Design for Scene for ** Pericles of Tyre." 

397 Design for Scene for ** Pericles of Tyre." 

398 Design for Scene for *' Pericles of Tyre." 

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KLEIN, Cesar. 

399 Design for Scenery for " When we Dead Awake " (by Ibsen). 

400 Design for Scenery for " From Dawn to Midnight '* (by Kaiser). 

401 Design for Scenery for *' Holle weg Erde " (by Kaiser). 

STROM, Knut, and GLIESE, Rochus. 

403-409 Designs (8) for Scenery for " Macbeth." 
410, 411 Costume Designs for " Macbeth.** 

412 Design for Stage Setting for " The Piccolomini.*' 

413 Design for Stage Setting for " The Piccolomini.** 

RICHTER, Klaus. 

414 Design for Scene for a Drama of the Revolution, to be produced at 

the Grand Theatre, Berlin : Guillotine. 

415 Design for Scene for a Drama of the Revolution, to be produced at 

the Grand Theatre, Berlin : Court of Justice. 

416 Design for Scene for a Drama of the Revolution, to be produced at 

the Grand Theatre, Berlin : White House. 

417 Design for Scene for a Drama of the Revolution, to be produced at 

the Grand Theatre, Berlin : Gaming Table. 

418 Design for Scene for a Drama of the Revolution, to be produced at 

the Grand Theatre, Berlin : Street Scene. 

419 Design for Scene for a Drama of the Revolution, to be produced at 

the Grand Theatre, Berlin : Barricade. 

420 Design for Scene for a Drama of the Revolution, to be produced at 

the Grand Theatre, Berlin : Caf^ (drop-scene). 

421 Design for Scene for a Drama of the Revolution, to be produced at 

the Grand Theatre, Berlin : CM Marquee. 

422 Design for Scene for a Drama of the Revolution, to be produced at 

the Grand Theatre, Berlin : Prison. 

HAY, Julius. 

423—424 

Designs (2) for Scenery for " Timon of Athens.** 1920. 

425—426 

Designs (2) for Scenes for " Othello.'* 1921. 

CZIOSSEK, Felix, 

427 — ^428 

Designs (4) for Stage Scenery. 1921. 

429 Designs (2) for Stage Scenery, 1920, 1921. 

430 Designs (2) for Stage Scenery. 1921. 

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PANKOK, Bernhard. 
431—434 

Costume Designs (4) for " The Magic Flute " : Tamino, Peasant, 
Sarestro, the Prologue. 

SCHUMACHER, Fritz. 

435 Designs of Adaptable Apparatus for Theatre Scenery. 

436 Designs of Adaptable Apparatus for Theatre Scenery. 

SUHR, Edward. 

437 Design for Stage Setting for " Katchen von Heilbron " (by Von 

Kleist). 
Produced at Diisseldorf Theatre^ 1919* 

ORLIK, Emil. 

438 Costume Design for " The Thieves " : Spiegelberg. 

439 Design for Scene in ** A Winter's Tale." 

KAUFFMANN, Oskar, 

440 Theater am Kurffirstendamm at Berlin : Proscenium. 

ORLIK, Emil. 

442 ^444 

Designs (3) for Scenes for "A Winter's Tale." 1905. 

445—446 

Costume Designs (2) for "A Winter's Tale." 

447 — 447-^ 

Costume Designs (3) for ** The Thieves " : Franz-Moissi, Alte Mor 

and Schildkraut. 

CZIOSSEK, Felix. 

448—449 

Designs (4) for Settings for ** King Nicolo." 

450—451 

Designs (4) for Stage Scenery. 1920, 1921. 

SCHEURICH, Paul. 

452^Design for Scene for " The Crown Prince." 
453 Design for Scene for ** The Crown Prince." 

SUHR, Edward. 

454, 455' Designs (2) for Stage Setting for " Katchen von Heilbron " 
g^_(by Von Kleist). 
Produced at Dusseldorf Theatre^ I9i9' 

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TANNENBERG, Winkler. 

456 Design for Scenery for '* Der Tausch " (by Handel). 
Produced at the Tribune Theatre, Berlin. 

457 Design for Scenery for " The Magic Flute," Act 11, Sc. 2. 

458 Design for Scenery for '* Vezier von Lenkoran " (Act 11, Scene 5). 

45 8a Marionettes (3) for the Chinese Opera, ** Der Kreidkreis " : Herr 
Ma, Herr Ma's Friend, Landlord. 

SCHUMACHER, Fritz. 

459—460 

Designs (2) for Scenery for " Manfred." 

CZIOSSEK, Felix. 
461—463 

Designs (3) for Scener>' for '* King Nicolo " (by Wedekind). 

SCHUMACHER, Fritz. 

464 Design for Scene for *' Macbeth " (Act 111). 

465 — 466 

Designs (2) for Scenery for *' Macbeth." 

467 Design for Scene for '' Manfred " (Act 1). 

BERGER, Ludwig. 
468 — ^469 

Designs (2) for Scenery for " Much Ado About Nothing." 

470 Design for Scenery for " Hamlet." 

DELAVILLA, F. K. 

471 Design for Scenery for " Alcestes " (by Von Gliick). 

472—474 

Designs (3) for Scenery for ** The Woman Without a Shadow." 

GLIESE, Rochus. 

475 Costume Designs for " Jeppe vom Berge " (by Holberg). 

476 Costume Designs (2) for " Jeppe vom Berge " (by Holberg). 
See also Strom, Knut and Gliese, Rochus. 

BERGER, Ludwig. 

477—478 

Designs (2) for Scenery for " Measure for Measure." 

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ROOMS v., VI._GREAT BRITAIN— AMERICA 

SACHS, Edwin. 

486 Model of Auditorium of Covent Garden Opera House. 
Lent by Mrs. Sachs. 

MACDERMOTT, Norman. 

486A Architectural Model of a proposed new building for the Everyman 
Theatre, London. 

SIMMONDS, William G, 

487 Head of a Marionette (a Trojan). 
Lent by Professor Rothenstein. 

488 Group of Marionettes : Light o' Love, Old Man in Black, Dryad 

and Young Centaur. 

489 Small Puppet Show with figures. (Guignol.) 

490 Set of Puppets for Punch and Judy. (Guignol.) 
Lent by the Hon. Mrs, Claude Biddulph. 

BULL, John. 

491 Design for vScene in " Aladdin " : The Top of the Mountain. 
Produced at the Empire Theatre, London^ 1912. 

492 Design for Scene in ** Aladdin '* : The Road to the Palace. 
Produced at the Empire Theatre ^ London^ 191 2. 

493 Design for Scene in " The Coming Race " (by Lord Lytton) : 

A Garden in an Underground City. 
Produced at St, George's Hall, London, 1904. 

493 A Design for Drapery Set in Empire Design. 

Produced at the Empire Theatre of Varieties, London, 1902. 

BIDDLE, Marjorie. 

494 Costume Designs (2) for Ballet to the music, " L'Apprentier Sorcier." 

495 Designs (2) for Masks for the Theatre. 

WEIGALL, Arthur. 

496 Designs for Scenery for "A Winter's Tale " : Leontes' Palace, and 

Polixenes' Palace. 

GRIMMOND, WiUiam. 

497 Costume Design for Klesh in '* A Night at an Inn " (by Lord Dunsany). 
Produced by the Unnamed Society, Manchester, 1921. 

498 Setting for '' The Preservation of Daniel " (by F. Sladen- Smith). 

Designed for a curtained stage. 

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499 t)esign for Stage Setting for *' St. Simeon Stylites " (by F. Sladen- 

Smith). 
Produced by the Unnamed Society^ Manchester, 1919, atid 1921-22. 

500 Costume Design for Arphaxad in " The Tower of Babel " (by F. 

Sladen-Smith). 
Produced by the Unnamed Society, Manchester, 1920, 

501 Costume Design for Uzal in " The Tower of Babel " (by F. Sladen- 

Smith). 
Produced by the Unnamed Society, Manchester, 1920. 

502 Costume Design for Havilah in '* The Tower of Babel " (by F. 

Sladen-Smith). 
Produced by the Unnamed Society^ Manchester, 1920. 

503 Costume Design for the Queen in *' The Tower of Babel " (by F. 

Sladen-Smith). 
Produced by the Unnamed Society, Manchester, 1920. 

GIELGUD, John. 

504 Fantastic Design for a Small Theatre. 

HILL, E. St. Leger. 

505 Sketch Design for Costumes and Grouping for Act II of " All for Love " 

(by Dry den). 
Produced at Merton College, Oxford, February, 1922. 

506 Design for a '' Toy Ballet." 

COSOMATI, Aldo. 

507 Design for Stage Setting for " The Tragedy of Mr. Punch." 
Produced by the Grand Guignol Company at the Little Theatre, December, 

1920. 

SHERINGHAM, George. 

508 Sketch for Scene in " The Sneezing Charm." 

509 Designs (2) for Costumes in " The Sneezing Charm " : A Lady of the 
Harem, the Head Eunuch. 

510 Designs (3) for Costumes for " The Swinburne Ballet." 

STORIE, Andrew. 

511 Costume Design for a Ballet : Tibetan Dancer. 

MARZA, L 

512 Design for Carnival Dress. 

HORN, Isabel. 

513 Sussex Mummers in the Home-made Costumes, decorated with rags 

and coloured paper, worn in the old folk-play, ** King George and the 
Turkish Knight " : King George, Turkish Knight, Twin Twain and 
Father Christmas. 

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ADSHEAD, S. D. 

514 Designs for Costumes (4) in " Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme," by Moli^re : 

Cleonte en Turc, Dorimene Marquise, Madame Jourdain, Monsieur 
Jourdain. 

STEWART, William. 

515 Design, Full Set, for " Allah's Orchard " : Ruins Scene. 
Produced at the Theatre Royal ^ Hanky , June, 191 8. 

STOWITTS, H. J. 

516 Design fofStage Setting for " The Bucolics." 

BERNARD, Oliver P. 

517 Design for Act I, *' Tristan and Isolde.'* Composite Treatment with 

Draperies and concentration of Lighting. 
Produced by the British National Opera Company^ Co/vent Garden^ 
May, ^thy 1922. 

518 Design for Act II of *' Tristan and Isolde." 

Produced by the British National Opera Company, Covent Garden^ 
May ^thy 1922. 

519 Design for Act III of '' Tristan and Isolde." 

Produced by the British National Opera Company, Covent Garden, 
May ^th, 1922. 

520 Design for Stage Setting for " The Magic Flute." Symbolic Treat- 

ment with Draperies showing centre motive of Temple of the Sun. 
Produced by the British National Opera Company, Covent Garden, 
May, 1922. 

521 Design for Stage Setting for " The Magic Flute." Section of centre 

motive for Temple of Wisdom and Terrible Doors. 
Produced by the British National Opera Company, at Covent Garden, 
May, 1922. 

522 Design for Stage Settings for Acts II and III of " Madame Butterfly.** 

Idealistic Treatment with Draperies for Composite Setting of both 
interior and exterior scenes of this opera. 
Produced by the British National Opera Company, at Covent Garden, 
May, 1922. 

ADSHEAD, S. D. 

523 Design for Scene in " The Tempest.** 

524 Design for Scene in " The Tempest.** 

ARMFIELD, Maxwell. 

525 Group of Strolling Players, and a page from the producer's movement- 

script, *' The King's Progress." 
Written and produced by Constance Smedley, at the Greek Theatre, 
Berkeley, California, 19 19. 

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525A Designs for Costumes for Florizel and Perdita in "A Winter's Tale." 
Produced at the Berkeley Theatre of Allied ArtSy and also at The Little 
Theatre^ New York. 

526 Costume Design for " Miriam." 

527 Costume Designs for " Merry Christmas, Daddy," by Mary Austin, 

" The P'airy Princess," Delia. 

528 Designs for Stage Setting and for selected Costumes (2) for " Merry 

Christmas, Daddy," by Mary Austin. 
Produced at Cohan and Harris Theatre^ New York. 

529 Design for Scenery for Greek Stage. / 

530 Designs for Silver ware and for a small Window-poster Head for 

" A Winter's Tale." 
Produced at the Berkeley Theatre of Allied Arts, and at The Little 
Theatre, New York {special matinees). 

531 Poster Design for " Miriam," a Biblical Music Drama by Constance 

Smedley and Maxwell Armfield. 
Produced at the Greek Theatre, Berkeley, California, 191 9. 

HARRIS, George W. 

532 Costume Design for Pantaloon in " Fifinella." 
Produced at the Scala Theatre, 1920. 

HOPPE, E. o. 

533 Design for a Curtain in a Cabaret. 

534 Design for Setting for Act II of the Marionette Play, " The Lady in 

the Moon." 

535 Costume Design for the Little Faun in " The Lady in the Moon." 

536 Costume Design for the Lady in the Moon in *' The Lady in the 

Moon." 

537 Costume Design for the Man in the Moon in " The Lady in the Moon.'* 

DESBOROUGH, Philip. 

538 Design for Interior and Exterior (same set, different backcloth). 

539 Design for Scene for one of Shakespeare's Plays or for a Russian Ballet. 

DOYLE, Norah. 

540 Design for Stage Grouping for " Coriolanus." 

Produced at the Saraswati Theatre, Lahore, India, in November, 1913. 

541 Designs for Scenes for " Daler Kaur " (by Bawa Budh Singh). 

542 Costume Design for Beatrice in ** Much Ado about Nothing." 
Produced at the Gaiety Theatre, Manchester, December 2']th, 1909. 

543 Costume Design for Hero in " Much Ado about Nothing." 
Produced at the Gaiety Theatre, Manchester, December z^th, 1909. 

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WALSHE, Christina. 

544 Design for Scene in " Bethlehem." 
Produced at Glastonbury School Festival, 191 5. 

545 Backcloth Design for " Oithona." 
Produced at Glastonbury School Festival, 191 5. 

LOWY, May. 

546 Figure Study : Dancing Lady with Shawl. 

SHELVING, Paul. 

547 Design for a Backcloth for " Kit and the CockyoUy Bird," a Cannibal 

Island. 
Produced by the Birmingham Reportory Theatre. 

AMERICA 

GEDDES, Norman Bel. 

548 — ^555 Photographs (8) of Designs for Stage Setting of Dante's " Divina 
Commedia." 

556 Plan of the Stage for Dante's " Divina Commedia." 
JONES, Robert Edmond. 

557 Photograph of Model of Scene in " Macbeth." 
Produced at Plymouth Theatre, New York. 

558 Design for Stage Setting for " Swords." 
Produced by Brock Pemberton. 

559 Design for Scenery for " Richard III " : The Wooing of Lady Anne, 
Produced by Arthur Hopkins. 

560 Figure of The Sweetmeat Seller in " Til Eulenspiel." 
Produced by Nijinsky at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, 

561 Design for Scenery for " Macbeth." 

562 Design Showing Arrangement of Figures for a Community Drama. 

JONSON, Raymond. 

563 Design for Scene in " Mrs. Warren's Profession " (by Bernard 

Shaw), Act I. 

564 Design for Scene in " Mrs. Warren's Profession," Act IV. 

565 Design for Scene in " The Philanderer " (by Bernard Shaw). 

JONES, Robert Edmond. 

566—571 

Designs (6) for Scenery for " The Cenci." Lent by Mrs, Hopgood. 

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WEERTH, Ernest de. 

572 Design for Scenery for Act IV of " Joan of Arc." 
Margaret Anglim Production, 

573 Design for Scenery for one of Shakespeare's Tragedies. 

574 Photograph of a Design : Abundance. 

JONSON, Raymond. 

575 Design for Forest Scene in '* Deirdre of the Sorrows " (by Synge). 

WEERTH, Ernest de. 

576 Photograph of Design for Scenery for " Akenaton." 

577—578 

Designs (2) for Scenery for " Akenaton." 

579 Photograph of Scenery for " The Trojan Women." 

WENGER, John. 

580—581 

Designs (2) for Stage Setting for a Ballet. 

Produced at the Capitol Theatre, New York, and at the Rivoli 
Theatre, New York. 

582 Design for Stage Setting (Act I) for " Petrouchka." 
Produced at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, 

583 Design for Scenery for Anitra's Dance. 

584 Design for Stage Setting for an Interior. 

585 Design for Stage Setting for " Carnival." 
Produced at the Capitol Theatre, New York, 

586 Design for Stage Setting for an Imaginative Play. 

587 Design for Stage Setting for a Recital. 

lORELIK, Mordecai. 

588-591 

Designs (4) for Scenery for "The Power of Darkness" (by Tolstoi). 
59 1 A Colour Analysis of " The Power of Darkness " (by Tolstoi) : — 

Act I. Opening Scene. — Anisya and Nikita : Love Scene. Enter 

Matryona (abrupt change here). The Conference : Nikita 

Swears Falsely. Also : Enter Akim. — Nikita Repulses 

Marina. 
Act II. Peter is Poisoned. His Money is Stolen. 
Act III. Nikita Turns to AkouHna. — Adultery, Drunkenness and 

Misery in the Household. — The Quarrel. Akim Leaves .the 

House. 
Act IV. Nikita Smothers the Baby. — He Becomes Conscience-stricken. 
Act V. Nikita is Unable to Face the Wedding Guests. Nikita 's 

Talk with Mitritch. — Nikita Confesses. Closing Scene. 

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ROOM VII.-FRANCE, ITALY, Etc 
GEMIER, Firmin, and BATY, Gaston. 

592 Fixed Scene, with movable properties, for *' Faust." 

593 Fixed Scene, with movable properties, for " Les Caprices de Marianne." 

JOUVET, Louis. 

594, 594A Plans (2) of Stage for " Le Pauvre sous TEscalier " (by Gheon). 
1919, 1921. 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris, 

BERTIN, E. 

595 Design for Stage Setting for " CEdipus." 

LAGLENNE, Jean F. 

596 Costume Design for EHante in " Le Misanthrope " (by Moliere). 
Costume Design for C61imene in " Le Misanthrope " (by Moliere). 
Costume Design for Alceste in '' Le Misanthrope " (by MoHere). 
Costume Design for Arsinoe in " Le Misanthrope " (by Moliere). 
Costume Design for Oronte in " Le Misanthrope " (by Moliere). 
Costume Design for Philinte in " Le Misanthrope " (by Moliere). 

DOMERGUE, Jean Gabriel. 

597 Design for the Stage Setting of the Musical Tragedy, " Arlequin." 

598 Design for the Stage Setting of the Musical Tragedy, " Arlequin." 

599 Design for the Stage Setting of the Musical Tragedy, " Arlequin." 

600 Design for the Stage Setting of the Musical Tragedy, " Arlequin." 

601 Design for the Stage Setting of the Musical Tragedy, " Arlequin." 

602 Design for the Stage Setting of the Chinese Play, " Sin." 

603 Design for the Stage Setting of the Chinese Play, " Sin." 

604 Design for the Stage Setting of the Chinese Play, " Sin." 

FAUCONNET. 

606 Designs (6) for Costumes for ** A Winter's Tale " : Paulina, Polixenes 

Hermione, Dion, Leontes, Antigonus. 
Theatre du Vieux-Colomhier , Paris. 

PARIS : THEATRE DU VIEUX-COLOMBIER. 

607 Stage and Setting of the " Vieux-Colombier," 1919 (by Louis Jouvet). 
JOUVET, Louis. 

608 Design for Scenery for " La Mort de Sparte," 1921. 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier ^ Paris. 

609 Stage Setting for " Pelleas et Melisande." 

Theatre du Vieux-Colombier^ Paris. Produced in New Yorky 19 19. 

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PARIS : THEATRE DU VIEUX-COLOMBIER. 

6io Interior of the " Vieux-Colombier," 1919 (by Louis Jouvet). 

611 Interior of the '' Vieux-Colombier " in 1913 (by Louis Jouvet). 

JOUVET, Louis. 

612 Study for Setting of " Twelfth Night." 1919. 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

613 Study for Setting of " Twelfth Night," 1920. 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

614 Design for Scenery for " La Mort de Sparte." 1920. 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

615 Study for Setting of *' Le Pauvre sous I'EscaHer." 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

GEMIER, Firmin, and BATY, Gaston. 

616 Design for Scenery for " Le Simoon " (by H. R. Lenormand). 

GAMPERT, Louis. 

617 Costume Design for " Les Fourberies de Scapin " (by Moliere) : 

Valet de Leandre. 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

DETHOMAS, Maxim. 

618 Costume Designs (2) for Isabelle, Ariste and Leonore in " L'ficole de 

Maris " (by MoHere). 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

GHEORE, Henri. 

619 Design for Costume for Le Fruitier in " Le Pauvre sous TEscalier.** 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

„ Design for Costume for Le Fleuriste in " Le Pauvre sous I'Escalier." 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

GRANT, Duncan. 

620 Costume Design for Attendant of the Countess in " Twelfth Night." 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 
Costume Design for Gentleman in the Suite of the Duke in " Twelfth 

Night." 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

Costume Design for Captain of the Guard in " Twelfth Night." - 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

Costume Design for Attendant of the Countess in " Twelfth Night." 
Thedtre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 
Costume Design for Gentleman in the Suite of the Duke in " Twelfth 

Night." 
Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

Costume Design for Attendant of the Countess in " Twelfth Night." 
Thddtre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris. 

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MORAX, J. 

621 Design for Stage Setting of " King David " : Michars Chamber. 

MALPIERO, G. F. 

622 Designs (7) for Scenes for " Orpheus " : 

I Vagabondi, A Vespro, II Retorno, L'Ubriaco, La Serenata, II 
Campanarro, L'Alba delle Ceneri. 

CINGRIA, A. 

623 Costume Designs (2) for " King David " : Soldiers of Joab, Equerry 

of Urie. 

624 Costume Design for " King David " : Equerry of Goliath and Driver 

of King Akis. 

625 Design for Stage Setting for " King David." 

626 Costume Design for " King David " : Equerry and Servitor of Saul. 

627 Costume Design for " King David " : Philistine Ensign. 



PRAMPOLINI, E. 

628 Costume Design for Circe in " Glauco." 

629 Design for Scenery for " La Nuit Metallique." 

630 Design for Mask for " Renaissance de rEsprit/' 

631 Design for Scenery. 

632 Costume Design for " La Nuit Metallique." 

633 Design for Mask for " Renaissance de TEsprit.** 

MARC-HENRI and LAVERDET, Messrs. 

634 Design for Stage Setting for Act I, " L*Homme a la Rose '* (by 

Henri Bataille). 
Produced at the TMdtre de Paris, 1920. 

635 Design for Stage Setting for Act II, " L'Homme a la Rose." 
Produced at the Theatre de Paris , 1920. 

636 Sketches for Scenes i and 2 of " Romeo and Juliet." 
Produced at the Theatre de la Comedie Frangaise, Paris , 1920. 

637 Sketches for Scenes 3, 6, and 7, *' Romeo and Juliet." 
Produced at the Thddtre de la Comedie FrangaisCy Paris, 1920. 

638 Design for Stage Setting for " Fun of the Fayre," Scene i. 
Produced at the London Pavilion, 1921. 

639 Costume Designs for " The Fun of the Fayre." 
Produced at the London Pavilion, 1921. 

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640 Costume Designs for Act I of " The Fun of the Fayre." 
Produced at the London Pavilion^ 1921. 

641 Design for Stage Setting for " The Babes in the Wood " : Toy Land. 
Produced at the Oxford Theatre, London, 1921. 

642 Design for Stage Setting for " The Babes in the Wood " : The Club. 
Produced at the Oxford Theatre, London, 1921. 

643 Design for Stage Setting for " The Babes in the Wood " : The Wood. 
Produced at the Oxford Theatre, London, 192 1. 

644 Design for Scene for " Cinderella " (Act I, Scene i). 
Produced at Drury Lane Theatre, 191 9. 

GEMIER, Firmin. 

645 Stage Setting for " (Edipus," for the Grande Pastorale. 1920. 

MEDGES, Ladislas. 

646 Permanent Stage Setting for Historical Drama. 

647 Design for Stage Settings (2) for a Burlesque. 

GEMIER, Firmin. 

648 Stage Setting for " Antony and Cleopatra " : The Walls of Alexandria. 

649 Design for Scene in " The Merchant of Venice," 1913. 

BERTIN, E. 

650, 651 Sketch Designs (2) for Stage Setting for " L*Amour Mddecin." 
Produced at the Comedie Frangaise, Paris, January, 1922. 

652, 653 Sketch Designs (2) for Stage Setting for " Les Facheux." 
Produced by the Comedie Frangaise, Paris, January, 1922. 

654 Costume Designs for the Ballets, etc., of Moliere. 
Produced by the Comedie Frangaise, Paris, January, 1922. 

DRESA. 

655 Sketch Design for Stage Setting for " Aimer " (by Paul Geraldy). 
Produced at the Comedie Frangaise, Paris, January, 1922. 

656 Sketch Design for Stage Setting for " L'Etourdi " (by Moliere). 
Produced at the Comidie Frangaise, Paris, January, 1922. 

657 Costume Designs (4) for " L'Etourdi " (by MoH^re). 
Produced at the Comddie Frangaise, Paris, January, 1922. 

GRANVAL, Charles. • 

658 Costume Design for " Les Fourberies de Scapin." 
Produced at the ComSdie Frangaise, Paris, January, 1922. 

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ROOM VIII.-HOLLAND, AUSTRIA, Etc. 
ROOS, J. R. B. de. 

659 Design for Stage Setting for " La Peri " (by Dukas). 

660, 661 Designs (6) for Stage Settings for " Pelleas and Mdlisande *' 
(by Maeterlinck). 

662 Design for Stage Setting " Ma Mere I'Oye " (by Ravel). 

663 Design (3) for Stage Settings for " Pelleas and M61isande " (by 

Maeterlinck). 

LENSVELT, Frits. 

664 Design for Stage Setting of " The Annunciation " (by Claudel). 

665, 666 Designs (2) for Stage Settings for " Le Mariage de Figaro " 
(by Beaumarchais). 

667 Design for Stage Setting for " Notabilities " (by Kotzebue). 

668 Design for Stage Setting for " The Merry Wives of Windsor." 

669 Design for Stage Setting for " Faust." 

670 Design for Stage Setting for " Gysbrecht van Aemstel." 

LENSVELT, Frits, and BRONGER, Nell. 

671,672 Costume Designs (4 in each of 2 frames) for "Notabilities'* 
(by Kotzebue) 1915. 

BELGIUM 

VAN DE VELDE, Henry. 

Theatre for Congress of the Labour Union at Cologne in 1914 : 

673 (a) Plan. 

674 (b) Longitudinal Section. 

BODENHEIM, Nelly. 

675 Costume Designs for '' Jam o Jam Numar." 

ROSSE, Herman. 

676 Design for a Simple Architectural Stage. 

677 Design for a Stage. 

678 Design for a Stage. 

DAM, Jaap van. 

679 Design for Stage Setting for " Hamlet." * 

680 Design for Stage Setting for " Macbeth." 

681 Designs (2) for Stage Setting of " The Wandering Jew " (by Temple 

Thurston). 

WIJDEVELT, H. Th. 

682 Design for Stage Settings for " Hamlet." 
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LENSVELT, Frits. 

683 Design for Stage Setting for " (Edipus " (by Sophocles). 

684 Designs for Stage Setting for '' The Annunciation " (by Claudel). 

685, 686 Designs (2) for Stage Settings for "De Betooverde Bron" (by A. 
Verhaegen.) 

ROSSE, Herman. 

687 Design for a Stage with Moving Scenery. 

688 Design for a Stage. 

689 Design for Temporary Exhibition Stage. 

690 Design for Scenery for " Madame Chrysantheme." 

691 Design for Stage for Grotesque Dance. 

692 Design for a Small Theatre. 

693 Design for a Simple Architectural Stage. 

694 Design for a Simple Architectural Stage. 

695 Design for a Stage with Moving Scenery. 
695ADesign for Stage Setting. 

696 Design for Small Dismountable Stage. 

HUYSMANS, F. 

697, 699 Designs (3) for Stage Settings for " The Gods of the Mountain *' 
(by Lord Dunsany). 

WIJDEVELT, H. Th. 

700 Design for a National Theatre for Amsterdam : Front View. 

701 Design for National Theatre for Amsterdam : Grounds. 

702 Design for National Theatre for Amsterdam : Lake in Grounds. 

703 Design for National Theatre for Amsterdam : Bird*s-eye View of 

Buildings and Ground. 

704 Designs for Stage Setting for " Hamlet." 

705 Design for Stage Setting for " Pandora " (by Arthur Van Schendel). 

706 Photograph of Stage Setting for '* The Merchant of Venice." 

707 Design for Stage Setting for an Eastern Fairy Tale. 

708 Design for Stage Setting for " Everyman's Mirror of Bliss." 

709 Design for a National Theatre for Amsterdam : Interior. 

710 Design for a National Theatre for Amsterdam : Interior. 

711 Interior of an Actor's House. 

712 Design for a National Theatre, to be erected in Amsterdam in 1922 : 

Plan of Hall. 

713 Plan of Ground Floor. 

714 Perspective of Exterior. 

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BERLAGE, H. P. 

715 Design for a Wagner Theatre. 

716 Design for Front of a Wagner Theatre. 

717 Front View of a Theatre in Amsterdam. 

718 Plan of a Theatre. 

719, 720 Designs (2) for Stage Settings for " Gysbrecht van Amstel." 

LOW, Fritzi. 

721 Costume Designs. 

ROLLER, Alfred. 

{Design for Stage Setting for " Macbeth " (Act III, Scene 2, and Act IV, 
Scene 3) : Fores. 
Design for Stage Setting for " Macbeth " (Act V, Scene i) : Dunsinane. 
723 Designs (2) for Stage Settings of '* Fidelio " (by Beethoven). 

WIMMER. 

724, 725 Costume Designs (8). 

SCHNISCHEK, M. 

726 Costume Designs (4). 

LIKARZ. 

727 Costume Designs. 
STRNAD, Oskar. 

728 Interior of a Theatre. 

SCHNISCHEK, M. 

729 Costume Designs (3). 

ROLLER, Alfred. 

730 Lithographs (10) of Designs of Scenes in " Coriolanus,'* 1921. 

STRNAD, Oskar. 

731 Designs (16) for Scenery for Danton^s " Death " (by Biichner). 

GRiJNEWALD, Isaac. 

732 Costume Designs (8) for ** Samson and Delilah.'* 

733 Designs (2) for Scenes in " Samson and Delilah." 

STRNAD, Oskar. 

734 Plans (3) of a Theatre. 

735 Section of a Theatre (a Project by Strnad). 

PAUW and VAN HARDEVELD. 

735ATheatre and Small Concert Hall at Heerlen : — 
(a) Plaster Model. 



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ROOM IX.-RUSSIA 
GONTCHAROVA, Nathalie. 

736 Costume Design for " Triana." 

SCHERVASHIDSE, Alexandre. 

736ACostume Designs for the Pantomime, " El Dia de Musidora " (music 

by Constantin Landau). 

GONTCHAROVA, Nathalie. 

737 Design for Curtain for " Triana " (music by Albeniz). 

738 Costume Design for " Rhapsodic Espagnole " (music by Ravel). 

SOUDEIKINE. 

739 Design for a Curtain. 

740 Costume Designs (2). 

LARINOW, Michael. 

741 Design for Stage Setting for the Ballet, Baba Jaga, in " Contes Russes,* 

Act II (music by Liadoff). 
Produced at the Theatre de Chdtelet^ Paris, 1917. 

BENOIT, Alexandre. 

742 Design for Stage Setting for " Le Rossignol " (music by Stravinsky). 

743 Design for Stage Setting for " Le Rossignol" (music by Stravinsky). 

POLUNIN, Vladimir. 

744 Design for Drop Curtain for Cabaret in " Troika." 

Produced at the Princess Gallery Cabaret Performances , Autumn^ 1921. 

ROERICH, Nicholas K. 

745 The Polovetsky Camp : Design for Stage Setting for Diaghliev*s 

Ballet in " Prince Igor." 
Presented to the Museum by Comite d'Honneur, Roerich Exhibition y 
Goupil Gallery, 1920. 

GONTCHAROVA, Nathalie. 

746 Curtain Design for " Foire Russe." 

747—748 

Costume Designs (4) for " Coq d*Or " (music by Rimsky Korsakoff). 

Produced in Paris, 19 14. 
749 Costume Design for Orange Seller in " Rhapsodic Espagnole" (music 
by Ravel). 

Produced at St, Sebastian ^ 19 16. 

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LARINOW, Michel. 

750 Costume Design for " Contes Naturelles " (music by Ravel). 

750ACostume Design for " Contes Naturelles " (music by Ravel). 
Produced at the Thidtre de Chdtelet, PariSy 1917. 

751 Costume Design for " Kasatchok " (music by Lord Berners). 

752 Costume Design for Lele in " Soleil de Minuit '* (music by Rimsky 

Korsakoff). 

753 Design for Costume (Kikimora) in " Contes Russes " (music by 

Liadoff). 

754 Costume Design for " Le Canari " (music by Lord Berners). 

755 Design for Drop-scene for " Chout " (music by Prokofieff). 
Produced at the Gaietd Lyrique, Paris, 1921. 

756 Costume Design for Soldier in " Chout." 
Produced at the Gaieti Lyrique, Paris , 1921. 

757 Costume Design for " Chout." 
Produced at the GaietS Lyrique^ Paris, 1921. 

758 Costume Design for Sportsman in " Bova " (music by Liadoff). 

759 Costume Design for " Valse Sentimentale " (music by Lord Berners). 

POLUNIN, Vladimir. 

760 Design for Tschaikovsky's Overture, " 181 2." 
Produced at the Coliseum^ I9i4« 

761 Design for Setting for Act I of " Othello " (Opera by Verdi). 
Produced at Manchester, and at Drury Lane Theatre, 1915. 

GONTCHAROVA, Nathalie. 

762 Design for Stage Setting for " Foire Russe " (music by Rimsky 

Korsakoff). 

763 Costume Design for Apostle in " Liturgy " (a Mystery Play). 
Produced at Lausanne, 1915. 

763ACostume Design for Israelite Priest in " Liturgy " (a Mystery Play). 
Produced at Lausanne, 191 5. 

764 Costume Design for one of the Magi in " Liturgy " (a Mystery Play). 
Produced at Lausanne, 1915. 

765 Costume Design for Cherubim in " Liturgy " (a Mystery Play). 
Produced at Lausanne, 1915. \ 

766 Costume Design for the Apostle John in "Liturgy" (a Mystery Play). 
Produced at Lausanne, 191 5. 

767 Costume Design for Medusa in " Sadko " (music by Rimsky Korsakoff). 
Produced in New York, 1915. 

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KOMISARJEVSKY, Theodore. 

768 Design for Stage Setting for the last scene of "Gabriel John Borkman" 
(by Ibsen). 

Produced at the Everyman Theatre, London , 1921. 

769 Design of Stage Setting for a Harlequinade. 

770 Design for Scene for " Judas Iscariot " : The Cursed Tower. 
Produced at the Komisarjevsky Theatre, Moscow, 1915-1916. 

771 Design for Permanent Proscenium and Street Scene for ** Shylock." 

772 Design for Stage Setting for " La Cenadelle Beffe " (by S. Benelli). 
Produced at the Comedy Theatre, London. 

773 Costume Design for Prologue in " Henry IV." 

774 Design for Permanent Proscenium, Proscenium Curtains and Wood 
Scene (trees suggested by curtains), for " As You Like It." 
Produced at the Komisarjevsky Theatre, Moscow, 1915-1916. 

774ADesign for Scene for " Judas Iscariot " (by A. Remizoff) : Jerusalem. 
Produced at the Komisarjevsky Theatre, Moscow, 1915-1916. 



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ROOM X.-AMERICA(^o«^.)-PHOTOGRAPHS & 
MISCELLANEOUS. 

AMERICA 
SIMONSON, Lee. 

775 Photograph of Setting for Eden in " Back to Methuselah." 

776 Photograph of Setting for Mesopotamia in " Back to Methuselah." 

777 " Back to Methuselah " (by Bernard Shaw) : Temple Courtyard. 

778 " Back to Methuselah " (by Bernard Shaw) : Interior of the Temple. 

779 Photograph of Costume Design for Eve in " Back to Methuselah." 

780 Photograph of Setting for Interior of the Temple in " Back to 

Methuselah." 

781 Photograph of Setting for the Apparation of Lilith in As Far as Thought 

Can Reach in " Back to Methuselah." 

782 Photograph of Setting for As Far as Thought Can Reach in " Back to 

Methuselah." 

783 Photograph of Setting for Exterior of the Temple in " Back to 

Methuselah." 

784 Photograph of Setting for Galway Pier in " Back to Methuselah." 

785 Photograph of Setting for The Thing Happens in " Back to Methu- 

selah." 

786 Photograph of Costume Design for The Laphams in " The Rise of 

Silas Lapham." 

787 Photograph of Costume Design for Kira in " The Faithful " (by John 

Masefield). 

788 Photograph of Setting for " L*Homme a la Rose " (by Henri Bataille) : 

The Cathedral. 

789 Photograph of Setting for " Liliom " (by Franz Molnar) : Amusement 

Park, Budapest. 

790 Photograph of Setting for " Liliom " (by Franz Molnar) : The Park. 

791 Photograph of Setting for " Liliom " (by Franz Molnar) : Railway 

Embankment. 

792 Photograph of Setting for " Liliom " (by Franz Molnar) : Liliom*s 

Return. 

VIELE, Sheldon K. 

793 Photograph of The Chapter in " The Cloister " (by Verhaeren). 

794 Photograph of Setting for The Courtyard in " The Cloister " (by 

Verhaeren). 

795 Photograph of Design for Interior Setting for Spanish Play, 

GEDDES, Norman Bel. 

795 Costume Designs (6). 

796 Photograph of Model of Idol. 

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GEDDES, Norman Bel. 

797 Detail of Design for Idol. 

798 Design for Curtain. 

799 Design for Boudoir Scene. 

800 Design for Scene for " King Lear," 

801 Design for Scene for " King Lear." 

802 Design for Scene for " King Lear." 

803 Design for Scene in '* Pelleas and Melisande." 

804 Design for Scene in '* Pelleas and Melisande." 

805 Design for Scene in " Pelleas and Melisande." 

806 Design for Scene in " Pelleas and Melisande." 

807 Design for Scene in " Pelleas and Melisande." 

808 Costume Designs for " King Lear." 

THROCKMORTON, Cleon. 

809 Design for the Tower Scene in " The Verge " (by Susan Glaspell). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players, 

810 Design for the Steamer Deck in '' The Hairy Ape " (by E. O'Neill). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players. 

811 Design for The Woods in " The Emperor Jones " (by E. O'Neill). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players. 

812 Photograph of The Conservatory in *' The Verge " (by Susan Glaspell). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players. 

813 Photograph of The Tower Room in " The Verge " (by Susan Glaspell). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players. 

814 Photograph of The Slave Market in " The Emperor Jones " (by Eugene 

O'Neill). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players. 

815 Photograph of the Gorilla Cage in " The Hairy Ape " (by Eugene 

O'Neill). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players. 

816 Photograph of The Stoke Hole in " The Hairy Ape " (by E. O'Neill). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players. 

817 Photograph of the Jail in '' The Hairy Ape " (by E. O'Neill). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players. 

818 Photograph of the Forecastle in *' The Hairy Ape " (by E. O'Neill). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players. 

819 Photograph of the Steamer Deck in " The Hairy Ape " (by E. O'Neill). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players. 

820 Photograph of the Forecastle in '' The Hairy Ape " (by E. O'Neill). 
Produced by the Provincetown Players. 

URBAN, Joseph. 

821 Photograph of Design of Stage Setting for " L'Amore dei Tre Re " : 

The Crypt (Act HI). 
Produced by the Boston Opera Company ^ 1915. 

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URBAN, Joseph. 

822 Photograph of Stage Settings for " Pelleas and Melisande '* : 

King Arkers Room ; M^hsande^s Chamber. 
Produced by the Boston Opera Company, 1913- 

823 Photograph of Stage Setting for " Pell6as and M61isande " : 

Mehsande's Chamber. 
Produced by the Boston Opera Company y 191 3. 

824 Photograph of Stage Setting for " Monna Vanna " (by Maeterlinck). 
Produced by the Boston Opera Company , 1915- 

825 Photograph of Stage Setting for " The Tales of Hoffmann." 
Produced by the Boston Opera Company, 19 15. 

826 Photograph of Design for Setting in " The Merry Wives of Windsor " : 
• Street Scene in Windsor. 

Produced during the Shakespeare Celebration, 1916. 

827 Photograph of Design for Scenery for " The Jewess " : Setting for 

Cardinal's Cabinet. 
Made for the Metropolitan Opera, 1920. 

828 Design for Scenery for " Parsifal ; " Klingsor's Garden. 
Made for the Metropolitan Opera, 1920. 

SIMONSON, Lee. 

829—831 Photographs (3) of Scenes in " The Faithful." 

832 Photograph of Scene (Act III) in " Martinique." 

833 Photograph of Scene in " The Power of Darkness " (by Tolstoi). 

VIELE, Sheldon K. 

834 Photograph of the Setting for the Theatre Guild's Production of 

Verhaeren's " The Cloister." 

PHOTOGRAPHS 
BULL, John. 

835 Photographs (3) of Scenes in " Cherry," painted and designed by 

John Bull. 
Produced at the Apollo Theatre, London, 1920. 

836 Photographs (2) of Scenes in '' Eastward Ho," Painted and designed 

by John Bull. 

Produced at the Alhambra Theatre, 19 19. 

PAGAN, James Bernard. 

837 Photographs (2) of Scenes in ** Othello." 

838 Photographs (2) of Scenes in '* The Merchant of Venice." 
838APhotograph of Scene in 

ELIZABETHAN STAGE SOCIETY. 

839 Photographs of Three Scenes from '* Twelfth Night." 
Produced at the Middle Temple Hall, London, 1897. 

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MACDERMOTT, Norman. 

840 — 842 

Photographs (3) of Settings at Everyman Theatre, of Plays 
produced during the Autumn of 1920. 

SCHUMACHER, Fritz. 

843 Photographs (4) of Stage Settings for ** Hamlet." 

KAUFFMANN, Oskar. 
844—847 

Photographs (4) of the National Theatre at BerHn. 

POELZIG, Hans. 
848, 849 

Photographs (5) of the Grand Theatre, Berlin. 

AMSTERDAM : TOONEELSCHOOL. 

850 Photographs (5) of Pupils' Performance of " Everyman's Mirror of 

Bhss." 

VANDEVELDE, Henry. 

851 Photographs (6) of Cologne Cathedral. 

GRANVAL, Charles. 

852 Photograph of Costumes in *' Les Fourberies de Scapin." 
Produced at the Comedie Frangaise^ Paris ^ January, 1922. 

MODEL STAGE 

{Room VI.) 
HEMBROW, Victor P. 

853 Model Stage (with 3 Scenes). 

Lent by Messrs, Giles and Lyon Playfair, 

MODEL 

{Room /.) 
HILL, E. St. Leger. 

854 Stage Set for Act II and Act III, Scene 3, of an Out-door Performance 

of '' The Devil's Disciple " (by G. Bernard Shaw). 
Produced in Worcester College Garden, Oxford, June, 1921. 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS' NAMES 

Artists' addresses will be given on application to the Victoria and Albert Museum 



PAGS 

Adshead, S. D. - - - 32 
Amsterdam : Toonelschool 49 

Anderson, Percy - - 8 

Appia, Adolphe - - - 17 

Aravantinos, p. - - 22, 24 

Armfield, Maxwell - 32, 33 
AsHWORTH, George Bradford 23 

Atkinson, Robert - - 16 

Baty, Gaston - - 36, 37 

Baumeister, W. - - - 21 

Benoit, Alexandre - - 43 

Berger, Ludwig - - - 29 

Berlage, H. p. - - - 42 

Bernard, Oliver P. - 19, 32 

Bertin, E. - - 36, 39 

BiDDLE, MaRJORIE - II, 20, 30 

Bodenheim, Nelly - - 40 
Bronger, Nell - - - 40 
Bull, John - - 22, 30, 48 
CiNGRIA, A. - - - 38* 

Cook, Job - - - 20 

Cosomati, Aldo - - "3^ 
Craig, Edward Gordon 17, 18, 19 
CziossEK, Felix - 21, 27, 28, 29 
Dale, Lawrence & Beatrice 12 
Dam, Jaap van - - - 40 
Delavilla, F. K. - - 29 
Desborough, Philip - - 33 
Dethomas, Maxim - - 37 
Domergue, J. - - - 36 
Doyle, Norah - - - 33 
Dresa - - - - 39 

Dulac, Edmond - - - 16 
Elizabethan Stage Society 48 
Ensor, Aubrey Collen - 22 
Fagan, James Bernard 20, 48 
Fauconnet - - - 36 

Faulkner, Alma - - 15 

Eraser, Claud Lovat - 10,23 
Frey, Maxim - - - 26 
Gampert, Louis - - - 37 
Garside, John - - - 13 
Geddes, Norman Bel - 34, 46, 47 
Gemier, Firmin - 36, 37, 39 

Geoffrey, Norman - - 16 



PAGE 

Gheore, Henri - - - 37 

Gibbons, Arnold O. - - 22 

GiELGUD, John - - - 31 

Gliese, Rochus - - 21, 27, 29 
gontcharova, nathalie 43, 44 

Grant, Duncan - - - 37 

Granval, Charles -21,39,49 

Grimmond, William - 30, 31 

Grunewald, Isaac - - 42 

Gudurian, p. G. - 25, 26 

GuTZEiT, Kurt - - - 25 

Hardeveld, van - - 42 

Harris, George W. 8, 9, 20, 33 

Hay, Julius - - - 27 

Heath, C. Noel - - 20 

Hembrow, Victor P. - ii» 49 

Hill, E. St. Legbr - 22, 31, 49 

Holme, Geoffrey - - 22 

HoppE, E. O. - - - 33 

Horn, Isabel - - - 31 

Huysmans, F. - - - 41 

lORELIK, MoRDECAI - - 35 

Jones, Robert Edmond 21, 34 

JoNSON, Raymond - 34, 35 

JouvET, Louis - - 36, 37 

Kahle, Kurt - - 25, 26 

Kauffman, Oskar - 28, 49 
Kempin, Kurt - -21,24,26 

Klein, Cesar - - - 27 

Klijn, E. C. W. - - 21 

Komisarjevsky, Theodore - 45 

Kruger-Gray, George - 23 

Laglenne, Jean F. - - 36 

Larinow, Michel - 43,44 

Laverdet - - - 38, 39 

Lensvelt, Frits - - 40, 41 

Likarz - - - - 42 

Locher, R. - - - II 

Low, F. - - - - 42 
LowY, May - - 12, 20, 34 

luckhardt, w. - - -24 
Macdermott, Norman 22, 23, 30, 

49 
Mahnke, Adolf - - - 24 
Malpiero, G. F. - - 38 



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PAGE 




PAGE 


Marc -Henri 


38,39 


Shelving, Paul -ii, 12, 19 


, 22, 34 


Marza, I. - 


- 31 


Sheringham, George - 


22, 31 


Midges, L. 


- 39 


SlEVERT, LUDWIG 


24,26 


Melsert, M. a. v.d. Lugt. 21 


Sime, Sidney H. 


- 16 


Milne, Malcolm 


- II 


Simmonds, W. G. 


- 30 


Molkenboer, Antoon 


- 21 


Simonson, Lee - 


46,48 


MoNCK, Nugent 


- 20 


Smyth, Owen P. 


- 20 


MoRAx, J.- 


- 38 


SOUDEIKINE 


- 43 


Nash, Paul 


12, 19 


Stern, Ernst 


- 25 


Orlik, Emil 


24,28 


Stewart, William 


- 32 


Pankok, Bernhard 


21.28 


Storie, Andrew - 


- 31 


Paris : Theatre du Vieux- 


Stowitts, H. J. - 


- 32 


COLOMBIER 


36,37 


Strnad, Oskar - 


- 42 


Pauw - - - 


- 42 


Strom, Knut 


- 27 


Penrose, Alec 


9,10 


SuHR, Edward - 


- 28 


PoELZiG, Hans - 


24,49 


Swan, James H. - 


- 16 


Polunin, Vladimir 


43»44 


Tannenberg, Winkler 


- 29 


POUTSMA, J. T. - 


- 21 


Thompson, J. Denton 


16,20 


Prampolini, E. - 


- 38 


Thompson, Woodman 


- 23 


Prentice, Herbert M. 


- 22 


Throckmorton, C. 


- 47 


Reburn, Lilian - 


- 16 


True, Florence - 


II, 19 


Reigbert, Otto - 


- 26 


Urban, Joseph - 


47,48 


RicHTER, Klaus - 


- 27 


Van de Velde, Henry 


40,49 


RicKEi'is, Charles, A.R.A. 


- 14 


Veness, W. S. - 


19,22 


ROERICH, N. 


- 43 


ViELE, Sheldon K. 


46,48 


Roller, Alfred - 


- 42 


Waley, Rhoda F. 


II, 20 


RONSIN - - - 


- 21 


Walshe, Christina 


- 34 


Roos, J. R. B. DE 


- 40 


Weerth, Ernest de 


- 35 


Rosse, Herman - 


40,41 


Weigall, Arthur 


- 30 


Rumbold, Hugo - 


16,23 


Wenger, John - 


- 35 


Rutherston, Albert - 13, 


14, 19 


Wijdevelt, H. Theodore 


40,41 


Sachs, Edwin 


- 30 


Wilderman, Hans 


- 24 


Scherl, F. X. - 


21, 22 


Wilkinson, Norman 




SCHERVASHIDSE, ALEXANDRE 


- 43 


(of Four Oaks) 


15,19 


ScHEURiCH, Paul 


- 28 


WiLLENZ, Maria - 


- 26 


SCHNISCHEK, M. - 


- 42 


Wimmer 


- 42 


Schumacher, Fritz - 28, 


29,49 


WoLMARK, Alfred A. - 


10,23 


ScHWABE, Randolph - 


- 9 


ZiNKEiSEN, Doris 


12, 20 



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THE JAPANESE DRAMA 

Japanese Prints and Drawings, illustrating 
Japanese theatrical dances and the drama, 
selected from the Museum collection, with 
additional subjects lent by Sir R. Leicester 
Harmsworth, Bart., M.P., are exhibited in 
Room 70 (Dept. of Engraving, Illustration 
and Design). 

A separate Catalogue, with an Introduction by 

Lt.'Col. E. F. Strange, who has selected and 

arranged the exhibits, can be purchased at the 

Museum Bookstall (price 6d.). 



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T* T-T F 

BRITISH DRAMA 
LEAGUE 

is a Federation of Societies and Individuals 
working for the development of the Drama 
as an art and as a social and educational force 

Its President is LORD HOWARD DE WALDEN 

Its Chairman is Mr. H. GRANVILLE-BARKER 

and its Committees include most of the prominent 

Theatre names of the day. 

Membership entails the following among many other privileges: 

(i) The right to consult the League's Information Bureau on all questions 
relating to the Drama. 

(2) The right to borrow Plays from the League's Library. 

(3) Expert Criticism of Plays. 

(4) Free Receipt of the League's monthly magazine and notification of all 
Meetings, etc., organised by the League. 

(5) The knowledge that you are helping in the movement for a better and 
a freer Theatre. 



TN connection with the International Theatre 
-■* Exhibition, the League has organised a series of 
SIX LECTURES at the Victoria and Albert 
Museum, free to members of the League, and open 
to the public at a small charge. 

The Lecturers include : 
Mr. GORDON CRAIG Sir J. MARTIN HARVEY 

Mr. H. GRANVILLE'BARKER Mr. JOHN DRINKWATER 
Mr. BERNARD SHAW Mr. BASIL DEAN 

Full particulars will be found at the Museum, or may be had on application 
from the Hon. Secretary of the British Drama League, 10, King Street, 
Covent Garden, London, W.C.2. Telephone No. : Gerrard 3157. 

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THE SHAKESPEARE 
ASSOCIATION 

INCORPORATING 

THE SHAKESPEARE DAY COMMITTEE 

Preiidcnt : H.E. The Hon. Col. GEORGE HARVEY, American Ambassador. 

Hon. Treasurer: Sir CHARLES WAKEFIELD, Bart. 

Chairman: Sir ISRAEL GOLLANCZ, Litt.D. 

nPHE Shakespeare Association was founded in 
^ connection with the Shakespeare Tercen- 
tenary, 1916, its purpose being to maintain and 
strengthen some of the efforts put forth on that 
occasion notwithstanding the pre-occupations of 
the time. 

The aims of the Association are : 

(i) To promote the study and interpretation of Shakes^ 
pearc. 

Qi) To further the appreciation of Shakespeare in the 
Hfe of the nation and the EngHsh^speaking peoples, 
and in other countries. 

(in) To advance Shakespearian research, and to help 
forward investigations in dramatic and other 
literature, history, bibliography, and the various 
branches of learning bearing on the Poet and his 
work. 

(iv) To record the progress of studies and activities 
relating to Shakespeare. 

(v) To hold meetings for discussions and to pubHsh 
papers and monographs on Shakespearian subjects. 

(vi) To promote the observance of an Annual Shakes^ 
peare Day in the schools and other institutions, 
and generally. 

The Meetings are usually held at King's College, Strand, the head^ 
quarters of the Association. The Annual Subscription is 5/^, or £ 1 
for four years. The Composition Fee for life membership is £5. 
Forms for membership may be obtained from the Honorary Secretaries, 

KING'S COLLEGE, ELEANOR CALVERT, 

STRAND, w.c.2. ALLARDYCE NICOLL. 

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