Francisco de Goya (1746–1828) Itinerant Actors (1793) Los comicos ambulantes - Museo del Prado, Madrid
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Francisco de Goya y Lucientes. The Strolling Players. 1793. Oil on canvas. 43x32cm. Genre painting. Museo del Prado, Madrid.
Francisco Goya (Spanish 1746–1828) [Romanticism] The Strolling Players, 1793. Museo del Prado, Madrid.
1940's Harlequin Garden Stools from Italy Italy 1940's Unusual and Rare harlequin garden stools handmade in Italy. Extremely rare. Each stool is individually painted and therefore will have its own unique paint and characteristics.
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1940's Harlequin Garden Stools from Italy Italy 1940's Unusual and Rare harlequin garden stools handmade in Italy. Extremely rare. Each stool is individually painted and therefore will have its own unqiue paint and characteristics.
1719 MRS HESTER BOOTH AS HARLEQUIN | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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1719 MRS HESTER BOOTH AS HARLEQUIN 212 Newer Older J.ELLYS PORTRAYED HESTER SANTLOW "ENGLAND FIRST BALLERINA" DEBUTED IN 1706 IN DRURY LANE
Hester Santlow (circa 1690–1773), dressed as a harlequin (attributed to John Ellys, 1719) (Hester Santlow (married name Hester Booth; c. 1690 – 1773) was a noted British dancer and actress, who has been called "England's first ballerina". She was influential in many spheres of theatrical life).
Italian Comedy | Commedia dell'Arte | Innamorati | Lovers / Lelio (year 1726)
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The innamorati was the male partner of the innamorata. The innamorte never wore masks.
Males- Silvio, Fabrizio, Aurelio, Orazio, Ottavio, Ortensio, Lelio, Leandro, Cinzio, Florindo
Gli Innamorati (The Lovers) - This image is the male lover, Lelio (year 1726). Very flat personality (he's desperately in love *cough Jacob/Edward cough*), a little touch of soap opera, dressed in the latest vogue fashions, young, wearing no mask, and the action often revolves around these two lovers.
Italian Comedy | Commedia dell'Arte | Innamorati | Lovers / Corallina (year 1744)
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Italian Comedy | Commedia dell'Arte | Innamorati | Lovers maurice sand Corallina year 1744
Pietro Bertelli - "Zanne Maschere" - engraving (1642) - Typical feature of the Zanni: poor, desperate, ignorant but smart in his own way, everybody makes fun of him. In a second period he gets his revenge, though, and outsmarts many. He's constantly hungry, and constantly exploited, the primo Zanni is smart the second Zanni hopelessly stupid. Zanni is friend / antagonist of Harlequin, of which he shares not only the roots, but the basic needs, food and lack of nobility.
Commedia dell'Arte | Zanni
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Italian Comedy | Commedia dell'Arte | Harlequin | Zanni | Zany Cornetto
Zanni, as much as Harlequin, is originary from Bergamo. The lower Bergamo of course, "Bergam de hüta", where all the poor come from, and he's part of that emigrant population that has to mingle into an hostile environment to survive. Zanni means the first name "Giovanni" in the dialect of Bergamo, the most common of all Italian names, sort of a John Doe of the times.
Un vero esperto di commedia dell'arte avrebbe puntato subito il dito sul naso, simile al becco di un corvo: quel genere di maschera era adatto a uno Zanni, non a Scaramouche.
Zanni are the lower class servants in the Commedia world. There are two kinds of Zanni: the dumb ones the smart ones (arlecchino fits into this one) you can tell which is which by the size of their noses. The dumb ones had longer noses and the smarter ones had shorter noses.
Attributed to Marco Marcola (Verona 1740-1793) | Arlecchino, Colombina and other Commedia dell'Arte characters
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Arlecchino, Colombina and other Commedia dell'Arte characters sold by Christie's, New York, on Tuesday, September 30, 2003
Attributed MARCOLA (MARCUOLA) Marco, 1740-1793 (Italy) Title : Arlecchino, Colombina and other Commedia dell'Arte characters
The Italian Comedians, Jean-Antoine Watteau, about 1720. The J. Paul Getty Museum
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The Italian Comedians, Antoine Watteau, about 1720. Oil on canvas, 50 3/4 x 36 3/4 in. The J. Paul Getty Museum, 2012.5
Klimt. Columbine. 1915
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Columbine's Little Tongue, 1915 Konstantin Somov
The Tongue of Colombina by Russian artist Konstantin Somov
Meissen figurine, Harlequin
Scent Bottle Kloster-Veilsdorf Porcelain Manufactory Modeler: Model attributed to Friedrich Wilhelm Eugen Döll (1750–1816) Date: ca. 1775 Culture: German (Thuringia) Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
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theatre national de l'opera / leonetto cappiello / 1921
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Antique French CIRCUS clown ads advertising poster - 1920s. $9.00, via Etsy.
Gino Severini 1938 “Arlequin. Portrait de Nino Franchina”
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Arlequin. Portrait de Nino Franchina - Gino Severini 1938
The Proposal by Giacomo Mantegazza (1853-1920)
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GIACOMO MANTEGAZZA 1853 -1920
The Proposal by Giacomo Mantegazza (1853-1920)
Musical Interlude. Woman And Harlequin by Jules Worms (French 1832 - 1924)
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Jules Worms Musical Interlude. Woman And Harlequin.
GOLD AND ENAMEL BROOCH, CARLO GIULIANO, 1880S Designed as a Harlequin carrying a slapstick whilst climbing a ladder, decorated in polychrome enamel, maker's mark for Carlo Giuliano.
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Lot | Sotheby's - Carlo Giuliano - 1880 -gold & enamel Harlequin carrying a slapstick while climbing a ladder
Hester Booth (1680-1773) as a Harlequin Woman, John Ellys, Museum no. S.668-1989
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Hester Booth (ca.1690-1773) was a leading dancer and actress on the London stage in the 1710s and 1720s, and was well known for her appearances as a female Harlequin. Born Hester Santlow, she trained with the French dancer and choreographer René Cherrier and made her stage debut at Drury Lane Theatre on 28 February 1706. love comedia costumes
Hester Booth 18th century actress
Portrait of Actress Hester Booth as a Female Harlequin, by John Ellys
Hester Booth as a Female Harlequin, oil painting by John Ellys, England, about 1722-25. Museum no. S.668-1989
Century, Art Commedy, Carnival Dresses Ball Theatre, Panto Harlequinade Vanda1 Jpg, Dell Arte Illustrations, Clowns Pierrots Harlequins, 20Th Century, Hands Colour Photolithograph, Albert Museums
Hand-coloured photolithographs of Harlequins, early 20th century reprint of original by William West, 1824. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Fotolitos coloreado a mano de los Harlequins, a principios del siglo 20 de la reimpresión original de William West, 1824.
* Léonide Massine as Pulcinella in Pulcinella, 1920. photo Emil Otto HOPPÉ (1878-1972)