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Aleksandra Ekster Costume design for Salome by Oscar Wilde 1917

Remembering the work of Russian female artists under Stalin in the

Alexandra Exter (Russian, 1884 - 1949) Costume design for Romeo, 1920 via thirdorgan

Artwork by Alexandra Aleksandrovna Exster, Costume design for Romeo, Made of Oil on paper laid on board

Фото: Аэлита

Ioulia Solntseva - "Aelita: Queen of Mars" - Costume designer : Aleksandra Ekster.

Alla Nazimova in "Salome" (1923), one of the first art films to be made in the US

Alla Nazimova in Salome Photo by Arthur Rice. Alla Nazimova's costumes for her film adaptation of Oscar Wilde's play of the same name are perhaps some of my favourite costumes in the history of film.

Oscar Wilde in costume as Salome | This is perfect!

This is Alice Guszalewicz as Salome in the Richard Strauss opera, c. Richard Ellmann misidentified this photograph in his 1987 biography as "Wilde in costume as Salome," the error being finally corrected in

Oscar's Wilde's niece, Dolly Wilde had numerous affairs with women, including Natalie Barney and Janet Flanner.

Recognize that face? Cut the hair a little shorter and add a few green carnations, and the family resemblance between Oscar Wilde and his niece Dolly (born Dorothy, in is undeniable.

Walk like an E-gyption...  Alla Nazimova   ca. 1900

Alla Nazimova, Alla Nazimova was an American film and theater actress, a screenwriter, and film producer. She is perhaps best known as simply Nazimova, but also went under the name Alia Nasimoff. She emigrated to the United States from the Russian Empire.

Nazimova in Oscar Wilde's "Salome," directed by Charles Bryant 1922

Vintage Movie Poster 1922 Nazimova Salome Oscar Wilde