Designing and Painting for the Theatre

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Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Sep 1, 1975 - Performing Arts - 412 pages
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The esthetics, principles, and processes of designing for the theater, opera, and ballet are presented from the perspective of the scenic artist as well as the stage designer

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User Review  - Janin - Goodreads

It was informative (if a bit dated) for an introduction to concepts, ideas and practices for Scene Design. Read full review

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Was the scene designer/painter's bible. Probably replaced, now. Read full review

Contents

The Demands of Scenic Design 2 Analyzing a Play 10 Types
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Designing in New York and Elsewhere
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The Metropolitan Opera 68
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