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  • Cat. No. 20 / File Name: 3413-036.jpg 
 Jean Cocteau 
 Vaslav Nijinsky from The Spirit of the Rose, poster for the opening season of the Thtre 
 des Champs-lyses, Paris, 1913 
 color lithograph 
 framed: 200 x 138.8 cm (78 3/4 x 54 5/8 in.) 
 V&A, London, Gift of 
 Mademoiselle Lucienne Astruc and Richard Buckle 
 in memory of the collaboration between Diaghilev 
 and Gabriel Astruc

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