Reproduction of Lillian Gaertner Palmedo's costume sketch for Egyptian Trainbearer, Elektra.
Reproduced courtesy of Metropolitan Opera Archives
An Egyptian revival period print.
Out-of-print vintage greeting card published by Pomegranate Publishers.
Back of card reads:
Richard Strauss' Elektra entered the Met repertory for the first time on December 3, 1933, in a production conducted by Artur Bodanzky. The title role was sung by Gertrude Kappel, and appearing with her were Karin Branzeli, Gota Ljungberg, Rudolf Laubenthal and Friedrich Schort, Joseph Urban provided the set and the costumes were by Lillian Gaertner Palmedo.
Size: 7 x 4-3/4 inches
A non-vintage envelope is included.
The greeting card is blank inside, and as with all of my vintage cards would make a great collectible or an intriguingly special card to send to someone.
It could even be used as an out-of-the-ordinary scrapbook paper embellishment.
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