Bakst Designs

Bakst Designs
In the style of Leon Bakst, best known for his costume designs for the Persian ballet. They had Barbaric Oriental feeling expressed in a manner allied to the Futurist. Crude forms in strong colours without shading - vigorous and sensuous.

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