Evgenia Georgiadis. Edited by Robert Oresko.
Olkos. Athens. 2004. First edition. English language edition, limited to 1,300 copies. Hardback; black cloth-bound boards, dust jacket. 397 pages. Over 450 illustrations in colour and b&w. English. 300 x 250mm. 2.8kg. 9608154332. Very good, in very good dust jacket; slight shelf wear; some dustiness and spotting to top edge, light lean to spine.
The definitive book on the work of painter and theatre designer Nicholas Georgiadis. Georgiadis dominated theatre, ballet and opera design in Britain during the second half of the twentieth-century. He collaborated closely with Kenneth Macmillan and Rudolf Nureyev. Nicholas Georgiadis is filled with illustrations of the artist's work, including the original drawings and period photographs. From the library of theatre designer David Collis, with his dated signature in pencil to front endpaper.