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Bakst

Leon Nikolayevich . 1866--1924, Russian painter and stage designer, noted particularly for his richly coloured sets for Diaghilev's Ballet Russe (1909--21)
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She also highlights the performative nature of Casati's Saint Sebastian costume, commissioned from Bakst and complete with illuminated arrows, which unfortunately short-circuited, causing the Marchesa to somersault backwards with such force that she missed the party.
In contrast, early studies have indicated that a larger number of sperm after intrauterine insemination move to the infundibular SST than to the UVJ-SST (Zavaleta and Ogasawara, 1987; Bakst et al.
Elevated testosterone levels are also characteristic of the period surrounding hatching in several precocial species, including Japanese Quail (Ottinger and Bakst 1981, Schumacher et al.
Chagall began to display his artistic talent while studying at a secular Russian school, and despite his father's disapproval, in 1907 he began studying art with Leon Bakst in St.
Daniel Lloyd Bakst, Wellington Admitted 1965; Died May 26, 2009
Designs created in the wake of the tours for the Kirsova, Borovansky and The Australian Ballets by William Constable and Kenneth Rowell--from the Barr Smith's Keith Glennon Collection--provide an insight into the direct influence of the Ballets Russes designers Bakst, Benois, Gontcharova and Masson on Australia artists.
During their twenty-year run (the company disbanded in 1929 after Diaghilev's death), the Ballets Russes collaborated closely with dancers, choreographers and visual artists that included George Balanchine (1904-1983), Vaslav Nijinsky (1890-1950), Tamara Karsavina (1885-1978), Mikhail Fokine (1880-1942), Leonide Massine (1896-1979), Leon Bakst (1866-1944), Georges Braque (1882-1963), and Pablo Picasso (1881-1973).
He had painted portraits of Jean Cocteau, Raymond Radiguet, Leon Bakst and Juan Gris, as well as others whose fame was more spurious, such as Guillaume Apollinaire, a naturalised Pole with the real name of Kostrowitski, who wrote copious bogus experimental French verse; not to speak of all 300 lb.
The cosmic catastrophe is portrayed by Bakst with a bolt of lightning from heaven that splits the canvas in two, tearing continents apart.
Lynch is an attorney in the Boca Raton firm of Elk, Bankier, Christu & Bakst LLP.
Daren Bakst, president of the Council on Law in Higher Education, says that if the stiff-pending reauthorization of the Higher Education Act includes an amendment allowing the Department of Education to seize Social Security payments, then that would turn the tables against Lockhart.