Scenery, setting and stages in late renaissance commedia dell'arte performances: some pictorial evidence

Katritzky, M. A. (1996). Scenery, setting and stages in late renaissance commedia dell'arte performances: some pictorial evidence. In: Cairns, Christopher ed. Scenery, set and staging in the Italian renaissance: studies in the practice of theatre. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 209–288.

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Abstract

The first part of this article presents art-historical case-study investigations into three groups of images: the Corsini illustrations and images relating to carnival pictures by Frans Boels and Antonio Tempesta. The second part provides a more general classification of depictions of scenery, settings and stages relating to the early commedia dell'arte.

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