Graphics

Golovin Alexander. Coviello
Golovin Alexander
Coviello
1917

Costume design to "Masquerade", drama by Mikhail Lermontov

Alexandrinsky Theatre, Petrograd, 1917

Lead pencil, ink, pen, watercolour, whitewash, bronze and silver paint on paper. 35 × 31 cm

Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Irina Shumanova

16490
Golovin Alexander. Boulevard by the Volga
Golovin Alexander
Boulevard by the Volga
1916

Set design. "The Storm" by Alexander Ostrovsky (Director: Vsevolod Meyerhold)

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd, 1916

Gouache on cardboard. 69.4 × 98.2 cm (without frame)

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16493
Golovin Alexander. Ravine
Golovin Alexander
Ravine
1916

Set design. "The Storm"  by Alexander Ostrovsky

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd, 1916

Gouache on cardboard. 69.8 × 98.8 cm (without frame)

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16494
Golovin Alexander. Feklusha
Golovin Alexander
Feklusha
1916

Costume design. "The Storm" by Alexander Ostrovsky

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd, 1916

Ink, gouache, watercolour on paper mounted on cardboard. 34.7 × 29.1 cm

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16495
Golovin Alexander. Varvara
Golovin Alexander
Varvara
1916

Costume design. "The Storm" by Alexander Ostrovsky

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd, 1916

Watercolour, ink, whitewash on paper. 34.3 × 28.7 cm

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16496
Golovin Alexander. Kudryash (Curly-Haired)
Golovin Alexander
Kudryash (Curly-Haired)
1916

Costume design. "The Storm" by Alexander Ostrovsky.

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd, 1916

Watercolour, ink on paper. 34.3 × 28.7 cm

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16497
Golovin Alexander. Smeraldina
Golovin Alexander
Smeraldina
1917

Costume design. “Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov. Scene 2

(Director: Vsevolod Meyerhold. Composer: Alexander Glazunov)

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd, Premiered on February 25, 1917

Silver paint, ink and watercolour, whitewash, graphite pencil and pen on paper on cardboard. 34 × 31,2 cm

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16498
Golovin Alexander. Mauve Domino
Golovin Alexander
Mauve Domino
1917

Costume design. “Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov. Scene 2

(Director: Vsevolod Meyerhold. Composer: Alexander Glazunov)

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd, Premiered on February 25, 1917

Graphite pencil, ink and watercolour and pen on paper on cardboard. 35 × 31.3 cm

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16499
Golovin Alexander. The Scene with Card Players
Golovin Alexander
The Scene with Card Players
1917

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Set design. Scene 1

(Director: Vsevolod Meyerhold. Composer: Alexander Glazunov)

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd, Premiered on February 25, 1917

Gouache, silver paint on cardboard, ink, reed pen. 68.7 × 97.5 cm

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16500
Golovin Alexander. Sketch of the Curtain for Scene 8 (Ballroom)
Golovin Alexander
Sketch of the Curtain for Scene 8 (Ballroom)
1917

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

(Director: Vsevolod Meyerhold. Composer: Alexander Glazunov)

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd, Premiered on February 25, 1917

Gouache, silver and bronze paint on cardboard, ink, reed pen. 77.5 × 95.2 cm

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16501
Golovin Alexander. Dwarf
Golovin Alexander
Dwarf

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Costume design. Scene 2

Graphite pencil, watercolour, white paint on paper, ink, pen. 34.5 × 28.9 cm

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16502
Golovin Alexander. Jester
Golovin Alexander
Jester

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Costume design. Scene 2

Graphite pencil, watercolour, silver paint on paper, ink, pen. 35.2 × 30.7 cm

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16503
Golovin Alexander. Domino
Golovin Alexander
Domino

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Costume design. Scene 2

Paper on cardboard, graphite pencil, watercolour, white and silver paint, ink, pen. 34.6 × 29.1 cm

Сollection of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

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Natalya Makerova

16504
Golovin Alexander. Masquerade Hall
Golovin Alexander
Masquerade Hall

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Set design. Scene 2

Gouache, silver and bronze paint on cardboard, ink, reed pen. 70 × 100 cm

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Natalya Makerova

16505
Golovin Alexander. Blue Pierrot
Golovin Alexander
Blue Pierrot

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Costume design. Scene 2

Pencil, watercolour,  ink, pen, bronze on paper. 34.5 × 30.9 cm

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Natalya Makerova

16506
Golovin Alexander. Turk
Golovin Alexander
Turk

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Costume design. Scene 2

Graphite pencil, watercolour, white, bronze and silver paint on paper, ink, pen. 34.5 × 30.9 cm

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Natalya Makerova

16507
Golovin Alexander. Sprich
Golovin Alexander
Sprich

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Costume design. Scenes 1, 2 ,4, 5

Graphite pencil, watercolour,  ink, pen, whitewash, silver and bronze on paper

37.4 × 28.7 cm

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Natalya Makerova

16508
Golovin Alexander. Arbenin
Golovin Alexander
Arbenin

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Costume design. Scenes 1, 2 ,8, 9

Graphite pencil, watercolour,  ink, pen, silver and bronze on paper. 34.5 × 30.9 cm

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Natalya Makerova

16509
Golovin Alexander. Zvezdich’s House
Golovin Alexander
Zvezdich’s House

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Set design. Scene 6

Gouache, silver paint on cardboard. 67.5 × 97.2 cm

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Natalya Makerova

16510
Golovin Alexander. Arbenin’s Study
Golovin Alexander
Arbenin’s Study

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Set design. Scene 5

Gouache, silver paint, pastel on cardboard, ink, reed pen. 63.5 × 93.2 cm

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Natalya Makerova

16511
Golovin Alexander. Ball Scene
Golovin Alexander
Ball Scene

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Set design. Scene 8

Gouache, silver and bronze paint, ink, reed pen on cardboard. 71.2 × 102.2 cm

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Natalya Makerova

16512
Golovin Alexander. Nina
Golovin Alexander
Nina

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Costume design. Scenes 8 and 9

Graphite pencil, watercolour, white paint, silver and bronze paint on paper, ink. 39.9 × 28.9 cm

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Natalya Makerova

16513
Golovin Alexander. Prince Zvezdich
Golovin Alexander
Prince Zvezdich

“Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Costume design. Scenes 6 and 8

Graphite pencil, watercolour, silver paint, ink, pen on paper on cardboard. 35.8 × 29.1 cm

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Natalya Makerova

16514
Golovin Alexander. Cherubino
Golovin Alexander
Cherubino

Costume design for  “The Marriage of Figaro, or The Day of Madness”, comedy by Pierre Beaumarchais

Gouache, ink, pen on paper. 35 × 25 cm

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

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Margarita Chizhmak

16516
Golovin Alexander. Marceline
Golovin Alexander
Marceline

Costume design for  “The Marriage of Figaro, or The Day of Madness”, comedy by Pierre Beaumarchais

Gouache, ink, pen on paper. 36 × 26 cm

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

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Margarita Chizhmak

16517
Golovin Alexander. Suzanne
Golovin Alexander
Suzanne

Costume design for  “The Marriage of Figaro, or The Day of Madness”, comedy by Pierre Beaumarchais

Gouache, ink, pen on paper. 34.5 × 26 cm

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

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Margarita Chizhmak

16520
Golovin Alexander. Figaro
Golovin Alexander
Figaro

Costume design for  “The Marriage of Figaro, or The Day of Madness”, comedy by Pierre Beaumarchais

Gouache, ink, pen on paper. 35.5 × 25.5 cm

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

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Margarita Chizhmak

16521
Golovin Alexander. Сount
Golovin Alexander
Сount

Costume design for  “The Marriage of Figaro, or The Day of Madness”, comedy by Pierre Beaumarchais

Gouache, ink, pen on paper. 34.5 × 25 cm

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

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Margarita Chizhmak

16522
Golovin Alexander. Сountess
Golovin Alexander
Сountess

Costume design for  “The Marriage of Figaro, or The Day of Madness”, comedy by Pierre Beaumarchais

Gouache, ink, pen on paper. 35 × 25.5 cm

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

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Margarita Chizhmak

16523
Golovin Alexander. Othello
Golovin Alexander
Othello

Costume design for “Othello ”, tragedy by William Shakespeare

Watercolour, whitewash, lead pencil on paper. 37.5 × 25 cm

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

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Margarita Chizhmak

16526
Golovin Alexander. Desdemona
Golovin Alexander
Desdemona

Costume design for “Othello ”, tragedy by William Shakespeare

Watercolour, whitewash, lead pencil on paper. 38.7 × 30 cm

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

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Margarita Chizhmak

16527
Golovin Alexander. Musicians
Golovin Alexander
Musicians

Costume design for “Othello ”, tragedy by William Shakespeare

Watercolour, whitewash, lead pencil on paper. 36 × 33 cm

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

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Margarita Chizhmak

16528
Golovin Alexander. Remendado
Golovin Alexander
Remendado
1908

Male costume design to  “Carmen”, opera by Georges Bizet, stage director Vasily Shkafer

Acts 2,3

Imperial Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, premiere 1908

Watercolour, pencil on cardboard. 32.1 × 24.1 cm

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Anastasia Dmitrieva, Maria Lipatova

16529
Golovin Alexander. Arbenin. No. 89
Golovin Alexander
Arbenin. No. 89
1917

Male costume design to  “Masquerade”, drama by Lermontov, stage director Vsevolod Meyerhold

Scenes 5, 6, 7, 10

Alexandrinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, premiere on February 25, 1917

Lead pencil, ink, pen. 39.8 × 28.9 cm

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Anastasia Dmitrieva, Maria Lipatova

16530
Golovin Alexander. Design of side curtain to “Eugene Onegin”, opera by Tchaikovs
Golovin Alexander
Design of side curtain to “Eugene Onegin”, opera by Tchaikovsky (1925)
1925

(production was not realised)

Pencil, tempera on plywood. 74 × 87.5 cm

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Anastasia Dmitrieva, Maria Lipatova

16531
Golovin Alexander. Set design (development version) to “The Nightingale”, opera
Golovin Alexander
Set design (development version) to “The Nightingale”, opera by Igor Stravinsky
1918

Stage director Vsevolod Meyerhold, conductor Albert Coates

Mariinsky Theatre, Petrograd, premiere May 30, 1918

Watercolour, pencil, gouache, ink. 54.5 × 65 cm

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Anastasia Dmitrieva, Maria Lipatova

16532
Golovin Alexander. Portrait of Golovin-Kotova
Golovin Alexander
Portrait of Golovin-Kotova

Reverse: identical

Lead pencil on paper. 28.6 × 19.7 cm

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Anastasia Dmitrieva, Maria Lipatova

16533
Golovin Alexander. Set design to Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera “The Maid of Pskov”
Golovin Alexander
Set design to Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera “The Maid of Pskov”
1901

Director R. Vasilevsky

Act 2, scene 2

Imperial Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow, 1901

Gouache, bronze paint on cardboard. 51.2 cm × 92.2 cm (without frame); 66.1 × 107.4 cm (frame)

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Anastasia Dmitrieva, Maria Lipatova

16535
Golovin Alexander. Parts of set model for “La Traviata”, opera by Verdi
Golovin Alexander
Parts of set model for “La Traviata”, opera by Verdi
1925

Odessa National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet, Ukraine, 1925 (production was not realised)

Watercolour, pencil on cardboard

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Anastasia Dmitrieva, Maria Lipatova

16536
Golovin Alexander. Yury Bakhrushin in childhood. 1897
Golovin Alexander
Yury Bakhrushin in childhood
1897

Black chalk, charcoal on cardboard. 85 × 63.5 cm

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Anastasia Dmitrieva, Maria Lipatova

16537
Golovin Alexander. Male costume design for the dance “Lezghinka”
Golovin Alexander
Male costume design for the dance “Lezghinka”
1904

Сostume design for “Ruslan and Lyudmila”, Оpera by Glinka, stage director Osip Palecek

Imperial Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, premiere on December 10 1904

Pencil, watercolour, gouache, bronze paint on paper.  35 × 25.7 cm

© The Museum of Theatre and Music, St. Petersburg

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Maria Goukhberg

16541
Golovin Alexander. Lyudmila’s costume design. Act 3
Golovin Alexander
Lyudmila’s costume design. Act 3
1904

Сostume design for “Ruslan and Lyudmila”, Оpera by Glinka, stage director Osip Palecek

Imperial Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, premiere on December 10 1904

Pencil, watercolour, whitewash on paper.  33.1 × 25.1 cm

© The Museum of Theatre and Music, St. Petersburg

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Maria Goukhberg

16542
Golovin Alexander. Lezghinka
Golovin Alexander
Lezghinka
1904

Сostume design for “Ruslan and Lyudmila”, Оpera by Glinka, stage director Osip Palecek

Imperial Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, premiere on December 10 1904

Watercolour, gouache, graphite pencil, whitewash, golden paint on paper. 35.8 × 25.5 cm

© The Museum of Theatre and Music, St. Petersburg

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Maria Goukhberg

16545
Golovin Alexander. Portrait of Gurly Telyakovskaya. 1910s
Golovin Alexander
Portrait of Gurly Telyakovskaya
1910s

Watercolour, pencil on paper. 21 × 13 cm

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Maria Goukhberg

16547
Golovin Alexander. In an Icon-Painting Workshop. An Old Russian Icon Painter. 18
Golovin Alexander
In an Icon-Painting Workshop. An Old Russian Icon Painter
1894

Pastel and tempera on paper glued to cardboard. 63 × 42 cm

Tretyakov Gallery

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Yelena Terkel

16548