Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
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Identifier: MSE/REE 0035
Scope and Contents This collection consists of eleven color sketches for Andrey Tarkovsky’s stage production of Hamlet. The collection includes nine costume sketches and two stage sketches executed in pencil and French gouache on paper. The sketches were each created by costume and production designers Katya Kompaneyets or Tengiz Mirzashvili, with some in both hands, in 1976. The two sketches for set designs were created by Mirzoshvili. The designs were approved by Andrey...
Scope and Content Papers of Rufus Rauch, consisting of manuscript material related to his interest in Dante, with special attention to art based on or illustrating Dante's works; other material useful for the study of The Divine Comedy gathered in preparation for a never published book, A Companion to Dante; typewritten manuscripts of his Bachelor's thesis on Newman (1924), his Master's thesis on Chesterton (1925), and articles or drafts on T.S. Eliot,...
Scope and Content Manuscripts of books, articles, lectures, essays, sermons and the like, and books of notes, none of which are attributed to any author. Many are incomplete or fragmentary. Almost all deal with religious, theological, philosophical, or literary subjects. Includes a sketch of the life of Robert W. Healy, a Notre Dame graduate, Civil War general, US Marshal in Alabama, and post-Reconstruction Southern industrialist; an incomplete translation of John Baptiste de la Salle's Conduite...