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Onegin enters the ballroom 

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fairytale city

illustration of the title character from ‘Eugene Onegin’, the opera by Tchaikovsky (to a text by Pushkin) - here shown facing a quartet of female admirers with suitably aristocratic airs, not to mention eccentric hair. The complete image is three times as tall, and goes right up to a decorative chandelier; it was created for my ‘Mariinsky’ exhibition at Symphony Hall, Birmingham, in 2006
Next illustration of another ‘Mariinsky’ exhibition piece depicting the ‘star-crossed lovers’ in their famous balcony scene from Prokofiev’s ballet (and William Shakespeare’s play)

Romeo and Juliet

the title character from ‘Eugene Onegin’, the opera by Tchaikovsky (to a text by Pushkin) - here shown facing a quartet of female admirers with suitably aristocratic airs, not to mention eccentric hair. The complete image is three times as tall, and goes right up to a decorative chandelier; it was created for my ‘Mariinsky’ exhibition at Symphony Hall, Birmingham, in 2006

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