We are happy to call you during the auction and place bids on your behalf. To arrange phone bidding, please call Swann's bid department during business hours.
(212) 254-4710 ext. 0
Mon - Fri 10AM - 6PM
Or, e-mail a list of lots with the sale number and your contact information to email@example.com. Be sure to include a phone number where we can reach you.
Bids may also be submitted via fax. Send a list of lots with the sale number and your contact information to (212) 979-1017. You will receive a confirmation before the sale.Sale 2511 | Lot 97
Price Realized: $1,750 With Buyer's Premium Show Hammer Price
Click Image To EnlargeAdditional Images
Sale 2511 Lot 97
Archive . Over 30 theater set and costume designs for stage productions in New York during the 1950s and 60s; this lot also includes a small envelope of fabric and ribbon swatches, and 16 pages of notes containing measurements, tailoring notes, personal contacts and doodles. Various media, including pen, ink, crayon, gouache, and watercolor on different papers, some with fabric swatches pinned to sheet. Designs vary in size, the largest sheets measuring approximately 305x227 mm; 12x9-inches.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500
George's quick hand, attention to detail, and his senses of color and humor are evident in these studies from his personal collection. The majority of costume designs are for Shakespeare's "A Winter's Tale" and "Julius Caesar," and Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest." The set designs are for Philip King's "See How They Run." Notes and other sketches concern performances including Abe Burrows and Richard and Marian Bissell's "Say, Darling," Richard Rodney Bennett's "The Mines of Sulphur."Price Realized (with Buyer's Premium) $1,750