|Title||Le Train Bleu|
The painting "Le Train Bleu" by William Roberts (English painter, 1895-1980) depicts dancers in a production of Le Train Bleu a ballet created in 1924 by Serge Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, with the story by Jean Cocteau, costumes by Coco Chanel and a curtain painted by Pablo Picasso. The original Le Train Bleu, known officially as the Calais-Mediterranée Express, was a French night express train which operated from 1922 to 2007.
|Medium/Material||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||H-21.125 W-17.125 inches|
20th century AD
|Exhibition and Publication History||*Exhibited: The Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1931, "England Ireland 1890-1930 Scotland Wales"|