1) Catalogue-booklet 22,5 х 27 сm from Neues Kunst Zentrum, 1968.
2) Catalogue-booklet 25,7 х 27 сm from Galerie Rene Drouet, 1969.
3) Complimentary leaflet from Erte's exhibition, in french. 21,5 х 27 сm. 1968
4) Leaflet from the exhibition "Numbers" at Grosvenor Gallery. 19,9 x 21. Includes a printed description of the series.
5) Postcard with reproductions of the angels costume from Metropolitan museum of art. 12 х 16,5 сm. 1967
6) Booklet 21 х 13,4 сm from Galerie ror Volmar, 1964. Includes an invitational ticket.
7) Catalogue-booklet 20,4 х 20,2 сm from Sears Vincent Price Gallery, 1967-68. Includes a leaflet.
8) Catalogue 23,4 х 16,7 сm from Galleria d'Arte Cavalletto, 1967
Small catalogues from Galerie Rene Drouet (1969),small catalogue 20,4 х 20,2 сm from Vincent Price Gallery (1967-68), small catalogue 21 х 31,5 см (1964) and several booklets.
Erte (born as Romain de Tirtoff, 1892-1990) - changed his name, as he has left St. Petersburg and the destined military career for Paris in 1912. He began to work as a stage and costume designer. He worked closely with Paul Poiret and designed costumes for such ballet and stage stars as Mata Hari, Anna Pavlova, George Balanchine and Lilian Gish. Erte also created a number of covers for Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue magazine. When Erté reached an advanced age, he engaged in lithography and serigraphy (one of the most complicated printing techniques of his time).