CodeDS/UK/159
Dates1916-2001
NameBuckle; Christopher Richard Sandford (1916-2001); writer, critic and exhibition designer
SurnameBuckle
ForenamesChristopher Richard Sandford
Epithetwriter, critic and exhibition designer
PublishedWorksJohn Innocent at Oxford (novel), 1939; The Adventures of a Ballet Critic, 1953; In Search of Diaghilev, 1955; Modern Ballet Design, 1955; The Prettiest Girl in England, 1958; Harewood (a guide-book), 1959 and (re-written and re-designed), 1966; Dancing for Diaghilev (the memoirs of Lydia Sokolova), 1960; Epstein Drawings (introd. only), 1962; Epstein: An Autobiography (introd. to new edn only), 1963; Jacob Epstein: Sculptor, 1963; Monsters at Midnight: the French Romantic Movement as a background to the ballet Giselle (limited edn), 1966; Nijinsky, 1971, 10th edn 1998; Nijinsky on Stage: commentary on drawings of Valentine Gross, 1971; (ed) U and Non-U revisited, 1978; Diaghilev, 1979; (ed) Self Portrait with Friends, selected diaries of Cecil Beaton, 1979; Buckle at the Ballet, 1980; (with Roy Strong and others) Designing for the Dancer, 1981; (contrib.) The Englishman's Room, ed A. Lees-Milne, 1986; (contrib.) Sir Iain Moncreiffe of that Ilk, ed J. Jolliffe, 1986; L'Apr├Ęs-midi d'un faune, Vaslav Nijinski (introd. only), 1983; (with John Taras) George Balanchine, Ballet Master, 1988; autobiography: 1, The Most Upsetting Woman, 1981; 2, In the Wake of Diaghilev, 1982.

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