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№ 64-67. Russian ballet. To the 175th birth anniversary of M.I.Petipa.

14.01.1993

Painter – Artsymenev Y.

Stamps per sheet: 36 (3x3 se-tenants of 2x2 stamps).
Paper - coated; manufacturing process - offset; perforation - comb 12 x 12½.
Se-tenant print quantity - 1500000.

64 65
66 67

M.I.Petipa (1818-1910), a ballet-master, was born in Marseille and a was of French extraction. In 1838-46 he worked as a dancer and a choreographer in the theatres of Bordeaux, Nantes and Madrid. In 1847 he moved to Russia. In 1855-86 he he taught in the St.Petersburg theatre studio. In the 1890s M.I.Petipa worked side by side with P.I.Tchaikovsky and A.K.Glazunov. Such ballets as "The Sleeping Beauty" (1890), "Raimonda" (1898), the classical duet of Odillia and the Prince from "The Swan Lake" (1895) have not lost their value to the present time. The stamps feature the scenes from these ballets.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used
64 25.00 42×30 A picture of M.I.Petipa (1818-1910). multicolor 25.00 5.00
65 25.00 42×30 A scene from the ballet "The Sleeping Beauty". multicolor 25.00 5.00
66 25.00 42×30 A scene from the ballet "The Swan Lake". multicolor 25.00 5.00
67 25.00 42×30 A scene from the ballet "Raimonda". multicolor 25.00 5.00

Category:
History : The great names of history
Culture and art : Ballet

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