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Commedia Gallery

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Choose from 81 pictures in our Commedia collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Commedia dell'arte Characters Featured Print

Commedia dell'arte Characters

Four Characters from Commedia dell'arte, an improvised kind of popular comedy in Italian theatres in the 16th18th centuries, based on stock characters. Actors adapted their comic dialogue and action according to a few basic plots (commonly love intrigues) and to topical issues. Date: circa 18th century

The Divine Comedy. Dante and Virgil in Hell. Folio 25 r. 148 Featured Print

The Divine Comedy. Dante and Virgil in Hell. Folio 25 r. 148

The Divine Comedy. Poem by Dante Alighieri (1265-1321). Miniature depicting Dante and Virgil in Hell. The meeting of Dante with Farinata degli Uberti and Cavalcante de Cavalcanti. Folio 25 r. 1480-1482. Painted by Guglielmo Giraldi (active 1445-1490). Vatican Apostolic Library. Vatican City

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The Death of Pierrot by Aubrey Beardsley Featured Print

The Death of Pierrot by Aubrey Beardsley

The Death of Pierrot by Aubrey Beardsley. Accompanying the illustration in The Savoy, volume 6, was this text: "As the dawn broke, Pierrot fell into his last sleep. Then upon tiptoe, silently up the stair, noiselessly into the room, came the comedians, Arlecchino, Pantaleone, Il Dottore, and Columbina, who with much love carried away upon their shoulders the white-frocked clown of Bergamo; whither, we know not." Date: 1896

© Mary Evans Picture Library