Katritzky, M. A.
Harlequin in renaissance pictures.
Renaissance Studies, 11(4) pp. 381–419.
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Identifies and classifies early modern depictions of Harlequins and other comic performers in patched costume. The Harlequin costume can e traced to the commedia dell'arte tradition and seems to have been a role first established by Tristano Martinelli (1557-1630) while performing in Paris. Some early Harlequin depictions reflect specific performances by Martinelli himself, some are general depictions of stage practice and custom, and others are based on iconographic precedents.
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