Commedia Dell'Arte - Carnival of Comedy Players: Exquisite Ceramics from the World's Museums
Arnoldsche, 2001 - Ceramic sculpture - 336 pages
The colourful scenes from the Comedia dell'arte produce an entrancing vibrancy in the nearly 400 fascinating humorous figurines of porcelain and faience brought together from 60 museums from all over the world. A comprehensive European survey. A standard reference work.
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Introduction 38 Melitta KunzeKollensperger
Reinhard Jansen 55 Plaue an der Havel Chronology
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18th century actors Ansbach Arlecchino artistic attributed Berlin Bustelli Capodimonte Carl Carnival cat.no Ceramic characters Chelsea Closter Closter Veilsdorf Collection colour Columbine comedian Comedy figures Comedy players Commedia dell'arte Commedia dell'arte figures copied costume court dancing Harlequin decoration depicted Doccia Dottore Dresden dress Ducret Duke engravings example faience Faience Manufactory female Ferdinandea figurines Fiirstenberg Frankenthal Frankfurt Franz Franz Anton Bustelli French Friedrich Fulda gesture Ginori Gricci hand Hanswurst Harlequin Hochst ibid inv.no inventory Italian Comedy Kandler Kelsterbach known Kunst ladies lequin London Ludwig Ludwigsburg Mainz manu mark mask Meissen Mezzetin model number moulds Munich Museum fur Naples Nymphenburg painted painter pair Pantalone Pfranger pieces Pierrot porce porcelain factory porcelain figures porcelain manufactory Porzellan prints production Pulcinella Reinicke Robert Metzkes role Sammlung Scapin Scaramouche scenes sources theatre theatrical tion troupe ures Vienna Watteau Weissenfels Wilhelm Wurzburg