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    A Costume Design Sketch by Gilbert Adrian from the Broadway Musical "Camelot." Executed in pastel and pencil on blue paper, depicting Lady Guenevere, signed in pencil in the lower right corner "Adrian;" according to Wikipedia, Adrian passed away in 1959 while working on the show's costume design; the show starred Richard Burton, Julie Andrews, Robert Goulet, and Roddy McDowall, ran from 1960 to 1963, won four Tony Awards, and inspired Jacqueline Kennedy to name her husband's presidency after it. (Please note a few small paint smudges not affecting the illustration.)
    Matted: 30.5" x 25"; Sketch Only: 24" x 19"


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    June, 2016
    24th-25th Friday-Saturday
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