Theatrical costumes for Budapest. Costumes by Vienna Workshops

Costumes, Vienna Secession, Wiener Werkstätte, Workshops, Theatrical costumes

Theatrical costumes for Budapest

Costumes, Vienna Secession, Wiener Werkstätte, Workshops, Theatrical costumes

Theatrical costumes for Budapest

Theatrical costumes for Budapest. Costumes by Vienna Workshops 1917.

Vienna Workshops, (Vienna Secession) Cooperative enterprise for crafts and design founded in Vienna in 1903 (Wiener Werkstätte). Art nouveau period.

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Note:  Panel in Gesso and Mother of Pearls by Frederick Marriot.

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