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Léon Bakst, born Leyb-Khaim Izrailevich Rosenberg (Russian: Леон (Лев) Самойлович Бакст, Лейб-Хаим Израилевич Розенберг; 27 January (8 February) 1866 – 27 December 1924) was a Russian painter and scene and costume designer of Jewish origin. He was a member of the Sergei Diaghilev circle and the Ballets Russes, for which he designed exotic, richly coloured sets and costumes. He designed the décor for such productions as Carnaval (1910), Spectre de la rose (1911), Daphnis and Chloe (1912), The Sleeping Princess (1921) and others.
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Russian stage designer and artist.
Russian, Judaism, Belarusian
Artist, Manufacturer, Decorative Painter, Interior Decorator, Fashion Designer, Designer, Graphic Artist, Illustrator, Painter, Lecturer
Léon Bakst, Leon Bakst, Lev Rosenberg, Lev Samoylovich Rosenberg, Lev Samoïlevitch Rosenberg, Lev Samoïlovich Rosenberg, Lev Samoĭlovich Rozenberg, Lev Samoilovich Rozenberg, Lev Samoĭlovich Bakst, Ljev Samojlovich Rosemberg, Leon Nikolaievich Bakst, Rozenberg Lev Samoilovich Bakst, Lev Samolilovich Bakst, לאון באקסט, ליאון באקסט, Léon Nicolaevitch Bakst, Léon Nikolaievich Bakst, Léon Nikolaïevitch Bakst, Leon Nikolajewitsch Bakst, Lev Samoilovich Bakst, Lev Samojlovitsj Bakst, Lev Schmule Rozenberg, Leib Haim Israilevich Rosenberg
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