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American, 20th century, male.

Born 1929, in Brooklyn (New York City).

Illustrator, graphic designer, theatre director. Stage costumes.

Remy Charlip studied at Black Mountain College. He became a professor at the University of California and settled in San Francisco. He is also a dancer and choreographer who worked for 11 years with the Merce Cunningham Company as a dancer, stylist and set designer. He has won numerous prizes, including the Boston Globe - Horn Book, two Obie Awards and three Isadora Duncan Awards. He has also been laureate of the San Francisco Public Library. For three years running, his books were recognised by the ...


French, 20th century, male.

Born 1930; died 1978.

Painter, poster artist, lithographer. Figures, landscapes, scenes with figures, horse racing scenes. Stage costumes, advertising art.

Jean Charnotet trained under Paul Colin and Vertès. He exhibited in Paris, Deauville, Brussels and Rome. He did a great deal of work in the advertising industry....


Valerio Rivosecchi

(b Faenza, Aug 4, 1909; d Rome, April 5, 1981).

Italian painter, illustrator and stage designer. He began his training in Faenza in the workshop of the Italian painter and ceramicist Mario Ortolani (1901–55). After living briefly in Bologna (1927) and Paris (1928) he settled in Rome in 1929, first exhibiting his work at the Venice Biennale in the following year. His paintings at this time, such as Nude (Susanna after her Bath) (1929; Faenza, Pin. Com.), were characterized by an emphasis on tonal relationships and on the influence of the Scuola Romana. In 1934 he began to work with growing success as an illustrator for the journals Quadrivio and Italia letteraria. The contacts he established with Paris were intensified with his move there in 1947, resulting in three one-man shows at the Galerie Rive Gauche (in 1950, 1953 and 1957), and in his paintings he evolved a cautious balance between the representation and the disassembling of the image. Some of his best-known series of paintings date from this time, including his ...


Belgian, 20th century, male.

Born 1879 or 1880, in Liège; died 1956, in Brussels.

Painter, draughtsman, watercolourist, decorative designer, poster artist. Portraits. Stage costumes.

Georges Koister designed stage costumes and contributed to a number of papers in France and Belgium.

Liège: Portrait of Mme F. W....


French, 20th century, female.

Born 27 July 1923, in Paris.

Painter, watercolourist, graphic designer. Stage sets, stage costumes.

Yahne Le Toumelin is the daughter of a sailor. She spent a large part of her youth in Croisic. The sea is always a presence in her paintings, transparent even in her least figurative work. Initially, in ...


Romanian, 20th century, male.

Active in Italy from 1971.

Born 20 April 1927, in Chisinau-Cris.

Painter, sculptor, graphic designer, designer, interior designer, scenographer. Stage sets, stage costumes, advertising art.

Ion Mitrici graduated from the N. Grigorescu Institute of Fine Arts in Bucharest in 1954. He was a member of the Union of Plastic Artists of Romania ...


French, 19th – 20th century, male.

Born 1866, in Angers; died 1937, in Marly-le-Roi.

Painter, draughtsman, poster artist, designer. Stage sets, stage costumes.

Mültzer was attached to the Opéra-comique. He designed many sets and costumes over a period of about 40 years.


Spanish, 20th century, male.

Active in France from 1920.

Born 1889, in Madrid; died 3 December 1971, in Sitges (Catalonia).

Draughtsman, illustrator. Stage costumes.

From 1915, José de Zamora worked as an illustrator for Madrid magazines such as Nuevo Mundo and La Esfera. In 1915...