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Selva di Diana (1637), etching by Stefano della Bella (1610-1664), of the set design by Alfonso Parigi [the Younger] (1606-1656), for Scene 2 of “Le Nozze degli Dei” (1637), by Marco da Gagliano (1582-1643).

Selva di Diana (1637), etching by Stefano della Bella (1610-1664), of the set design by Alfonso Parigi [the Younger] (1606-1656), for Scene 2 of “Le Nozze degli Dei” (1637), by Marco da Gagliano (1582-1643).

Through every passion raging (1910), caricature by Sir Luke Fildes (1843-1927), of Charles Workman (1873-1923) as Jack Point, in The Yeomen of the Guard (1888), by Sir Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900).

Through every passion raging caricature by Sir Luke Fildes of Charles Workman as Jack Point, in “The Yeomen of the Guard” by Sir Arthur Sullivan

Avviso di Mercurio a Berecintia Dea della Terra, et alle Ninfe de Campi (1628), etching by Alfonso Parigi [il Giovane] (1606-1656), of his set design for Act 1 of “La Flora” (1628), by Marco da Gagliano (1582-1643) and Jacopo Peri [il Zazzerino] (1561-1633), published in the libretto.

Avviso di Mercurio a Berecintia Dea della Terra, et alle Ninfe de Campi (1628), etching by Alfonso Parigi [il Giovane] (1606-1656), of his set design for Act 1 of “La Flora” (1628), by Marco da Gagliano (1582-1643) and Jacopo Peri [il Zazzerino] (1561-1633), published in the libretto.

Quarta Scena di Mare (1637), etching by Stefano della Bella (1610-1654), of the set design by Alfonso Parigi [the Younger] (1606-1656), for Scene 4 of “Le nozze degli Dei” (1637), by Marco da Gagliano (1582-1643).

Quarta Scena di Mare (1637), etching by Stefano della Bella (1610-1654), of the set design by Alfonso Parigi [the Younger] (1606-1656), for Scene 4 of “Le nozze degli Dei” (1637), by Marco da Gagliano (1582-1643).

Set design (1878), by Philippe Chaperon (1823-1906), for Act 1 of “Les Noces de Fernande” (1878), by Louis Deffès (1819-1900).

Set design (1878), by Philippe Chaperon (1823-1906), for Act 1 of “Les Noces de Fernande” (1878), by Louis Deffès (1819-1900).

Lithograph (1924), by Max Slevogt (1868-1932), of “Il dissoluto punito, ossia il Don Giovanni” (1787), by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [born (Joannes Chrisostomus) Wolfgang Gottlieb Mozart; ennobled as Cav. Amadeo Wolfgango Mozart] (1756-1791).

Lithograph (1924), by Max Slevogt (1868-1932), of “Il dissoluto punito, ossia il Don Giovanni” (1787), by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [born (Joannes Chrisostomus) Wolfgang Gottlieb Mozart; ennobled as Cav. Amadeo Wolfgango Mozart] (1756-1791).

Siegfried Meeting the Wanderer (1876), photograph by Victor Angerer (1839-1894), of the set design by Josef Hoffman (1831-1904), for Act 3, Scene 2, of “Siegfried”  (1871), by Richard Wagner (1813-1883).

Siegfried Meeting the Wanderer photograph by Victor Angerer of the set design by Josef Hoffman for Act Scene of “Siegfried” by Richard Wagner

The Great Oak Tree (1890), by Sir William Gilbert (1836-1911) [published in “Songs of a Savoyard”, page 131], from Act 2 of “Ruddygore” (1887), by Sir Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900). There grew a little flower / 'Neath a great oak tree: / When the tempest 'gan to lower / Little heeded she: / No need had she to cower, / For she dreaded not its power— / She was happy in the bower / Of her great oak tree!

The Great Oak Tree (1890), by Sir William Gilbert (1836-1911) [published in “Songs of a Savoyard”, page 131], from Act 2 of “Ruddygore” (1887), by Sir Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900). There grew a little flower / 'Neath a great oak tree: / When the tempest 'gan to lower / Little heeded she: / No need had she to cower, / For she dreaded not its power— / She was happy in the bower / Of her great oak tree!

Set design (1877), by Philippe Chaperon (1823-1906), for Act 3, Scene 2, of “Sylvia” (1876), by Léo Delibes (1836-1891).

Set design by Philippe Chaperon for Act Scene of “Sylvia” by Léo Delibes

Set design (1878), by Philippe Chaperon (1823-1906), for Act 5, Scene 1, of “La statue” (1861), by Ernest Reyer [born Ernest Rey] (1823-1909).

Set design by Philippe Chaperon for Act Scene of “La statue” by Ernest Reyer [born Ernest Rey]

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