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  1. L'Hiver
  2. The Tango
  3. Farewell, 1920
  4. Persia, illustration from 'The Art of Perfume', 1912
  5. Woman Playing Piano
  6. On the Missouri, 1922
  7. Les Modes
  8. 'The Backless Dress', engraved by Henri Reidel, 1920
  9. Venus and Adonis
  10. The Taste of Shawls, 1922
  11. Worth Evening Dress, fashion plate from Gazette du Bon Ton, 1925
  12. The Madness of the Day
  13. 'Farewell at Night', design for an evening dress by Paquin
  14. Fireworks in Venice, illustration for 'Fetes Galantes' by Paul Verlaine
  15. Illustration for 'Fetes Galantes' by Paul Verlaine
  16. 'Incantation', illustration for 'Gazette du Bon Ton', 1922
  17. Le Feu
  18. Love, Desire and Death
  19. The Gourmands, 1920-30
  20. La Belle Missous from Personages de Comedie, pub. 1922
  21. La Belle Helene from Personages de Comedie, pub. 1922
  22. By the Railing
  23. L'Air
  24. 'My Guests Have Not Arrived', illustration of a woman in a dress by Redfern
  25. 'Love is Blind', engraved by Henri Reidel, 1920
  26. Ancient Greece, from 'The Art of Perfume', 1912
  27. Scene from 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses' by Pierre Chodlerlos de Laclos
  28. The Fashion for Lacquer, 1920
  29. Incantation By George Barbier
  30. Midnight! or The Fashionable Apartment, 1920
  31. Egypt, from 'The Art of Perfume', 1912
  32. Lady with a Dragon
  33. L'Eau
  34. Amalfi, illustration of a woman in a yellow dress by Worth, 1922
  35. La Villa d'Este
  36. Illustration from 'La Baionnette', 1917
  37. India, from 'The Art of Perfume', 1912
  38. 'Un Peu...', design for a country dress by Paquin, 1913
  39. Nijinsky in 'Le Festin/L'Oiseau d'Or', 1912
  40. Scheherazade, from the series 'Designs on the dances of Vaslav Nijinsky'
  41. Her and Him, Fashion Illustration, 1921
  42. La Comtesse from Personages de Comedie, pub. 1922
  43. The Birth of Venus
  44. Sloth, 1924
  45. Au Polo
  46. The Rainbow, 1920
  47. Tamara Karsavina as Columbine, Vaslav Nijinsky as Harlequin and Adolph Bolm as Pierrot
  48. Pantomime Stage, illustration for 'Fetes Galantes' by Paul Verlaine