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ISBN:0442275277
Author: Irene Sharaff
ISBN13: 978-0442275273
Title: Broadway & Hollywood: Costumes designed by Irene Sharaff
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Language: English
Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co; First Edition edition (1976)
Pages: 136

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Personal Name: Sharaff, Irene. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Van Nostrand Reinhold C. (c)1976. Physical Description: 136 p. : ill. (some co. ;, 24 cm. General Note: Includes index. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Broadway & Hollywood : costumes designed by Irene Sharaff, Irene Sharaff.

Films, plays, Broadway musicals, ballets - Irene Sharaff had done it all, and she did it with a wry humility that belied the utter confidence and professionalism she showed in her craft. Here's a woman who was brilliant at her job, who worked tirelessly for decades to reach the very top of her game in every area of this industry - but who never lost her sense of whimsy and the love she had for design. Sharaff built a peculiar, sketchy world influenced closely by John Tenniel's illustrations from the book Alice in Wonderland - at least one of which was in turn inspired by Quinten Massys' 1513 painting "A Grotesque Old Woman. Below: Tenniel's illustration, Massys' painting, Sharaff's costume design).

Sharaff wrote about Streisand in her 1976 book Broadway & Hollywood: Costumes Designed by Irene Sharaff. Barbra with her logorrhea expressed her opinions freely and endlessly about everyone and everything, including the technique of movie making, Sharaff also wrote. Ms. Sharaff's FUNNY GIRL Costumes. Above: This is the evening dress Streisand wears during the scenes on the ship to Europe. Above: The People gown for the movie was very similar to the Broadway stage version-Sharaff designed a beautiful beaded dress of olive green silk marquisette over pink satin. Streisand has the show dress displayed in her Califormia home. A private collector owns the movie dress.

Irene Sharaff - Writer. Nationality: American. Broadway and Hollywood: Costumes Designed by Irene Sharaff, New York, 1976. By SHARAFF: article-. Is Fashion an Art?" in Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin (New York), November 1967. Les costumes de Cléopâtre," in Positif (Paris), May 1977. Sharaff succeeded quickly as a New York stage designer. She showed a clever use of color in her costumes for Irving Berlin's Easter Parade. For this stage revue, various shades of browns, tans, and other neutrals mimicked the pages of the New York Times rotogravure. Sharaff's designs for Alice in Wonderland won acclaim as reconstructions of the original Tenniel illustrations. These successes caught the attention of MGM filmmakers who hoped to translate Sharaff's theatrical skills into bankable Hollywood ventures.

Irene Sharaff (January 23, 1910 – August 10, 1993) was an American costume designer for stage and screen. Her work earned her five Academy Awards and a Tony Award. Sharaff was born in Boston and studied at the New York School of Fine and Applied Arts, the Art Students League of New York, and the Académie de la Grande Chaumière in Paris. After working as a fashion illustrator in her youth, Sharaff turned to set and costume design

TDF/IRENE SHARAFF AWARDS VOTING COMMITTEE: The awardees were selected by the TDF/Irene Sharaff Awards Voting Committee, which is comprised of leading members of the theatrical costume design community. They are: Stephen Cabral, Chair; Gregg Barnes, Suzy Benzinger, Dean Brown, Traci DiGesu, Linda Fisher, Lana Fritz, Rodney Gordon, Allen Lee Hughes, Holly Hynes, Carolyn Kostopoulous, Anna Louizos, Mimi Maxmen, David Murin, Sally Ann Parsons, Robert Perdziola, Gregory Poplyk, Carrie Robbins, Tony Walton, Patrick Wiley and David Zinn. ABOUT THE AWARDEES: HOLLY HYNES (TDF/Irene Sharaff Lifetime Achievement Award) has designed more than 250 ballets in her career as a costume designer. For 21 years, she was Director of Costumes for the NYC Ballet (1985-2006) where she designed more than 70 ballets.

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Irene Sharaff: Irene Sharaff, . costume designer (born 1910, Boston, Mass. died Aug. 16, 1993, New York, . Originally published in the Britannica Book of the Year. Presented as archival content. This article was originally published in the Britannica Book of the Year, an annual print publication that provides an overview of the year’s most-notable people and events. Unlike most articles on Britannica. Rather, they are presented on the site as archival content, intended for historical reference only.

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This remarkable account of Irene Sharaff's star-studded career leads readers backstage and into the dressing rooms of a dazzling array of such stage and screen notables as Gypsy Rose Lee, Judy Garland, Yul Brynner, Elizabeth Taylor, Rex Harrison, Gertrude Lawrence, Gene Kelly, Barbra Stresisand, and many others.

Presented here are Miss Sharaff's personal and professional notes on her apprenticeship to Aline Bernstein and first steps for Broadway in the thirties and Hollywood in 1942, and on the training of eye, mind, and hand in the metier of costume designing -- from drawing board to choosing materials, from fittings to the final results. Especially interesting are her comments on the contrast between designing for the stage and for films, particularly in the handlding of color for the two different mediums, and on the relationship of designing for entertainment and for the world of fashion.

Full-color and black-and-white illustrations include reproductions of Miss Sharaff's working sketches, costumes, test stills, and photographs taken on the set and on location. Miss Sharaff's working sketches, professional notes, and keen observations will fascinate not only designers, but also every show-business buff -- from Broadway to Hollywood!