Barry Kay, internationally acclaimed stage and costume designer, photographer, born 1932 Melbourne Australia, died 1985 London England





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The Barry Kay Archive, a non-profit oriented organization without external funding, needs to be self-supporting. To help financially maintain our Archival work and allow for periodically expanded online releases, and to secure the continuance of the Archive's web presence, we are offering a range of Gift Cards for sale.

These Gift Cards - exclusively published by the Berry Kay Archive - feature Stage and Costume Designs by Barry Kay as well as his Photographic Creations, covering a variety of subjects.

Considering that our online publication is accessible to everyone, and free of charge, perhaps providing you entertainment and pleasure, or research value, you might wish to support our efforts in acquiring some of our Gift Cards.

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Theatre


Set and Costume Designs



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Barry Kay costume design pen drawing for a 'Relative' in Kenneth MacMillan's 3-act three-act ballet 'Anastasia', Act II, premiered with The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in 1971. The woman who believed to be Anastasia, daughter of the last Tsar.


Barry Kay costume designs pen drawing for the 'Doctor' and 'Four Nurses' in Kenneth MacMillan's 3-act three-act ballet 'Anastasia', Act III, premiered with The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in 1971. The woman who believed to be Anastasia, daughter of the last Tsar.





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Anastasia
three-act version


Act III, costume design
Relative
Reference AA001


Act III, costume designs
Doctor and four Nurses
Reference AA002 - GBP4.00 each



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Barry Kay costume design feltpen drawing of a 'Relatve' in Kenneth MacMillan's 3-act three-act ballet 'Anastasia', Act III, premiered with The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in 1971. The woman who believed to be Anastasia, daughter of the last Tsar.


Barry Kay costume design feltpen drawing of a 'Guest' dressed in an ermine cloak in Kenneth MacMillan's 3-act three-act ballet 'Anastasia', Act II, premiered with The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in 1971. The woman who believed to be Anastasia, daughter of the last Tsar.





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Act III, costume design
Relative
Reference AA003


Act II, costume design
Guest
Reference AA004 - GBP6.00 each



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Barry Kay costume design pen drawing of the headdress for 'Alice' in Kenneth MacMillan's first-time ever drama diection of August Strindberg's play 'Dance of Death', Act II, premiered at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, 1983.







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Dance of Death


Act II, headdress design for Alice
Reference DD001 - GBP4.00





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Barry Kay set design gouache and watercolour scenery for Rudolf Nureyev's 'Don Quixote', Act II, Scene 2, the Enchanted Garden, 'Kitri's' garden, revival production, State Opera Ballet Company, Vienna, Wiener Staatsopernballet, Wiener Staatsoper, first night Novemer 1, 1978





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Don Quixote


Act II, Scene 2, stage production, set design, the Enchanted Garden
Reference DQ001 - GBP4.00



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Barry Kay costume design crayon drawing for a black 'Angel' in Kenneth MacMillans' ballet 'The Four Seasons', 'Les Quatre Saisons', Ballet de l'Opera Paris, Paris Opera House, premiere November 23, 1978, occasion: Soiree de MacMillan.


Barry Kay set design model maquette for Kenneth MacMillans' ballet 'The Four Seasons', 'Les Quatre Saisons', Ballet de l'Opera Paris, Paris Opera House, l'Opera National de Paris, premiere November 23, 1978, occasion: Soiree de MacMillan. Actual stage set furnised with inflatable balloons representing clouds PVC



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The Four Seasons


Costume design for an Angel
Reference FS001


Set design, maquette
Reference FS002 - GBP4.00 each



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Barry Kay props and costume designs crayon and ink drawing of 'Bacchus' with 'Graces' and 'Seleni' for Kenneth MacMillans' ballet 'The Four Seasons', 'Les Quatre Saisons', Ballet de l'Opera Paris, Paris Opera House, l'Opera National de Paris, premiere November 23, 1978, occasion: Soiree de MacMillan. Ingeniously witty costumes, drawings marvellous craftsmanship, 'Bacchus' on a chariot daringly dressed constructed as penis, dick, cock, phallus symbol





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Bacchus with Graces and Seleni
Reference FS003 - GBP6.00


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Barry Kay set scenery design gouache watercolor, 'Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg', 'The Mastersingers of Nuremberg', Act 1, set design, interior of St. Martha in Nuremberg, where the Meistersingers gathered in the 15th/16th century. The Royal Opera, premiere 1969, conductor Georg Solti, production Rudolf Hartmann.





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Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg


Act 1, set design, interior of St Martha
Reference MN001 - GBP4.00





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Barry Kay set scenery décor etching cum lithograph of 'Métaboles', ballet by Kenneth MacMillan, Ballet de l'Opera Paris, Paris Opera House, l'Opera National de Paris, premiere November 23, 1978, occasion: Soiree de MacMillan. stage panorama screen of x-rays.





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Métaboles


Set design, from an etching cum lithograph
Reference MB001 - GBP4.00


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Barry Kay set scenery décor model maquette for 'Solitaire', ballet by Kenneth MacMillan choreography, The Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet, premiere Sadler's Wells Theatre, London, April 28, 1978, inflatabe PVC tree, model preserved at V&A/Theatre Museum London.





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Solitaire


Set design, maquette
Reference ST001 - GBP4.00





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Photography


Performing Arts and Other Subjects



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Barry Kay Photography shot of stage action and performers performing artists singers in opera by Ian McQueen 'Mirror of the Truth', Nederlandse Opera, 'Muziektheater' at Holland Festival, premiere June 12, 1982. Characteristic of Kay's photographic work, these images reveal his gifted, sensuous perception in capturing distinctive facets of human countenance, something he never took for granted, and as his compassion for fellow human beings and his subtle approach testify.







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Performers


Stage shot of a singer in Mirrors of the Truth
Reference PY-MT001 - GBP4.00


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Barry Kay Photography shot of 'Makeup' for publication 'Changing Bodies', photographs created 1979-1983, completed 1983.  A comprehensive account of extraordinary images and compositions reflecting the human endeavour in beautifying the body by transformation or remodelling, ranging from make-up to body-building and extensive corrective surgery.





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Changing Bodies


Makeup IV
Reference PY-CB001 - GBP4.00


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Barry Kay Photograph, studio shot taken by himself of his costume he designed for ballerina Merle Park for the leading role in 'Isadora', ballet by Kenneth MacMillan choreography, the life of Isadora Duncan, lesbian dance troupe, Loie Fuller, Butterfly Dance, The Royal Ballet, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, premiere April 30, 1981. Barry Kay distinguished photographer with a sharp eye.







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Isadora


Studio shot of Merle Park in her costume for the leading role in Isadora
Reference PY-IS001 - GBP4.00



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