Costumes of the Ballets Russes

Bell, Robert
September 2008
Artonview;Spring2008, Issue 55, p32
This article features the Ballets Russes collection of the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, the Australian Capital Territory. According to the article, the costumes worn by ballet dancers of Russian arts producer Serge Diaghilev form the main part of the collection. It notes that the collection is one of the major asserts of the museum and is one of the world's largest collections of the material. It states that selections from the collection are regularly displayed in the International Art galleries to show their relationship to other design and decorative arts.


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