Glyndebourne 'Die Zauberflöte' Tea Towel by André Barbe

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Uniquely designed by André Barbe for Glyndebourne, this pure cotton tea towel features his costume designs for the Glyndebourne production of Die Zauberflöte.

Internationally acclaimed duo Barbe & Doucet - Renaud Doucet, Stage director & Choreographer, and André Barbe, Set & Costume Designer - have created the stage and costume designs for the Glyndebourne Festival 2019 production of Die Zauberflöte. Each of the colourful cast of characters have been meticulously hand-drawn by Andre Barbe himself. The Die Zauberflöte Collection is exclusive to Glyndebourne.

Flat size: L73 x H47cm

©André Barbe, Barbe & Doucet

Glyndebourne branded

Made in the UK

Machine washable

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Brand Glyndebourne
Country of Origin Made in the UK
Exclusive to Glyndebourne Yes
Material 100% Cotton
Pattern Die Zauberflöte Costume Designs
Orientation Portrait
Size L73 x H47cm
Artist André Barbe
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About The Artist

André Barbe

André Barbe received a bachelor of Fine Arts at Concordia University then studied at the National Theatre School of Canada under the tutelage of designer François Barbeau. Up to now he designed over 300 productions for Theatre, Television and Opera. He received the Irish Times Irish Theatre Award 2005 for best designer for the production of Pénélope at Wexford Festival Opera as well as the 2011 Rolf-Mares Prize for best sets and costumes for the production of La Cenerentola at the Hamburgische Staatsoper.