Among Dover's best-selling books on costume design are those featuring fashions by Erté. A major influence on style and design of the twentieth century, this Russian-born designer created 250 covers and other drawings while at Harper's Bazaar. Thirty of his loveliest Art Deco costumes, dr... read more
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Erté Fashion Paper Dolls of the Twenties by Erté Celebrated fashion designer personally supervised adaptation of his striking designs for this set of 6 paper dolls with 43 costumes in full color. Svelte and elegant gowns, coats, hats, and accessories for every season.
Erté Stained Glass Coloring Book by Erté, Marty Noble Dripping with sensuality and elegance, 16 full-page renderings capture the exotic creations of one of the 20th century's preeminent fashion designers. Features a Madame Butterfly costume and plates of "Sleeping Beauty" and "The Slave."
Art Deco Designs Stained Glass Coloring Book by Marty Noble Sharp, smart, dazzling Art Deco designs literally shine through a striking mix of stained glass images. Sixteen ornate full-page illustrations include people, buildings, abstracts, and ironwork.
Godey's Fashions Coloring Book by Ming-Ju Sun Superb illustrations, adapted from Godey's Lady's Book, a popular 19th-century fashion magazine, provide authentic views of Victorian fashions — from lace-edged necklines and elongated bodices to fitted bonnets and extravagant bustles. 30 plates.
Chanel Fashion Review Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney This collection features 3 dolls and 28 authentic costumes, including the essential little black dress, Chanel suits, and other chic, classic styles by the legendary designer who sparked a fashion revolution.
Erté Postcards in Full Color by Erté 24 exquisite masterpieces by the greatest theatrical and fashion illustrator of the 20th century are reproduced in full color in postcard form for mailing. "Harlequin," "Oriental Tale," "Stolen Kisses" and more.
Erté's Fashion Designs by Erté Splendid selection of 218 black-and-white inventions from legendary designer's productions for Harper's Bazar, 1918–32. Also 8 pages of full-color covers, originals now prized collector's items. Captions. Publisher's Note.
Erté Graphics by Erté This volume provides a fascinating sample of Erté's very best graphic work, offering every plate from: The Alphabet (1977); The Numerals (1968); The Aces (1974); The Precious Stones (1969); and The Seasons (1970).
Among Dover's best-selling books on costume design are those featuring fashions by Erté. A major influence on style and design of the twentieth century, this Russian-born designer created 250 covers and other drawings while at Harper's Bazaar. Thirty of his loveliest Art Deco costumes, drawn for the magazine during the years 1915 to 1922, have been superbly adapted by Marty Noble for this dazzling collection. Colorists will enjoy adding their own hues to lovely figures in exotic garments accented with turbans and shawls, an elegant peasant-like tunic and trousers, a dancer's attire made up of flowing ribbons, and other fanciful designs
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