Skip over navigation
Polunin, Vladimir (1880-?)
by Scholes, Robert


This object is available for public use. Individuals interested in reproducing this object in a publication, web site or for any commercial purpose must first receive written permission from the Brown University Library.

For further information, please contact:
Modernist Journals Project
Box 1597, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912
Robert_Scholes@brown.edu

Vladimir Polunin (1880 - )

Mainly a scene painter, he came to England as Diagalev's main designer for the Russian Ballet and remained to introduce scene painting as a school subject at the Slade School of Art. He did set design and also painted theaters themselves, producing, for example, copies of famous Italian artworks to decorate London's Phoenix Theatre. His book The Continental Method of Scene Painting, is an interesting combination of memoir and methodology.

We always try to locate images of the specific works discussed in the journal. As you might expect, this is often impossible. Failing that, we seek out similar or typical work by the artist. In this case, we are still seeking appropriate images.

    Retrieve Images