Designing and painting for the theatre

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Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 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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Contents

Types of Stage Setting 14 Designing with a Unit Set or a Equipment 268 Scenery Glues and Binders 272 Applied
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Presentation Sketches 120 Painters Elevations 122 Collage 123 Curtains for Stage Settings 321
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FIVE Designing Stage Furniture 354 Wall DecorPictures Paintings Hanging Props 357
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