Seventeen Miscellaneous Posters from the New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theatre
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- American & European Works of Art - 2673B
- Date / Time :
- September 20, 2013 10:00AM
Seventeen Miscellaneous Posters from the New York City Ballet and American Ballet
Theatre, c. 1980-2000
Twelve NYC Ballet Posters, including A Festival of Jerome Robbins' Ballets signed by Jerome Robbins, four
American Music Festival (1988) posters with contemporary art reproductions, and a 2001 poster featuring Helen Frankenthaler's Solar Imp; Five ABT Posters, including a performance at the Vienna Staatsoper.
Sizes to 47 x 33 in. (119.4 x 83.8 cm), unmatted, unframed.
Condition: Many with subtle handing creases, some with minor corner creases, mostly good.
New York City Ballet posters include: Balanchine Celebration, 1993; A Festival of Jerome Robbins' Ballets,1990 (signed by Jerome Robbins, watercolor by McMullan); The Nutcracker (Ira Robbins Design, Illustration by Donna Ruff); The Nutcracker (Illustration by R. Van Nutt ); The Sleeping Beauty (Design by David Mitchell); four posters from the 1988 American Music Festival featuring works by Francesco Clemente, Roy Lichtenstein, James Rosenquist, and Helen Frankenthaler; Lincoln Center Salutes the New York City Ballet, with a reproduction of Helen Frankenthaler's Solar Imp (Helen Frankenthaler, List Art Posters ©2001 Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.).
American Ballet Theatre posters include: New York Season at the Met, 1981, featuring Ed Baynard's watercolor DeRochschild Lilies; Paloma Herrera (Photograph by Michael O'Neil); American Ballet Theatre 1982, (Don Nice, serigraph by Fine Creations Inc., Poster Originals Limited #312); The American Ballet National Theater at the Staatsoper in der Volksoper, Vienna (Design by Schleinzer, Printed by Piller-Druck, Wein VIII).
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