Costume design drawing, Spanish dance couples, Las Vegas, circa 1970s

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Costume design drawing, Spanish dance couples, Las Vegas, circa 1970s
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Two couples in rust and peach-colored flamenco costumes. Women are in beaded long silk dresses, men in boleros trimmed with jewels, frilled shirts and high-waisted trousers; one woman has fox fur trim on her dress and is wearing a tiara-type headpiece, all the others are wearing felt hats. Notations on back of sketch: "Danseurs Espagnols. Opening: Femme - Robe en faille recouverte en strass, chapeau et boucles d'orielles. Homme - Pantalon et gilets alpaga marron, chemise avec jabot dentelle. Reuers veste et garniture en strass - chapeau feutre. Finale: Robe en satin brodee de strass - Renard beige - boucles - peignes - bracelets - et boules pendantes en strass. Boy: Pantalon en alpaga - gilet satin - garnitures en strass - chapeau beige feutre."
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Name of Performance
MS 2003-10 B2
Original Collection
1970; 1971; 1972; 1973; 1974; 1975; 1976; 1977; 1978; 1979
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Is Part Of,5
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24 bit color; 8 bit gray-scale; 300 ppi

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