Tatiana Guéorguiévna Bruni (November 6, 1902-September 19, 2001) was a Russian costume and set designer, painter, graphic artist, and teacher. She created designs for more than two hundred productions. Biography on ARTinvestmentRU: https://artinvestment.ru/en/auctions/808/#bio
Marie Laurencin (October 31, 1883-June 8, 1956) was a French painter, printmaker, illustrator, and stage designer. Although influenced by cubism and fauvism, she developed her own delicate approach. Biography on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie_Laurencin
From 1909 onwards, Demuth maintained a romantic relationship with Robert Evans Locher, an Art Deco interior decorator and stage designer [and illustrator, educator, and industrial designer]… ~Wikipedia
…a third theme of Demuth’s work was homosexuality…When Demuth died, he left his Lancaster partner Robert Locher his watercolors and works on homosexual themes. ~https://explorepahistory.com/
Artistic and personal partners for more than fifty years, Ricketts and Shannon designed and illustrated books, established an occasional art journal, The Dial, in 1889 and founded the Vale Press in 1894. Named after their house, The Vale, in Chelsea, they published a total of about 75 books, including a complete reprint of the works of Shakespeare. ~The Fitzwilliam Museum
What Russian painter and designer followed her early Impressionist period in the early 1900s with a succession of styles including a near-abstract Rayonist style, Cubism, Futurism and other idioms?
What artist, closely associated with the development of Pop art in the early 1960s, frequently affixed everyday objects such as tools, rope, shoes, articles of clothing, and even a bathroom sink to his canvases?