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Theatrical dancers in caricatures and cartoons [graphic].

Title
Theatrical dancers in caricatures and cartoons [graphic].
Publication
[18--?]

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Additional Authors
Draner, 1833-1926.
Description
6 prints : chiefly lithograph, color or b&w; 39 x 32 cm. or smaller.
Uniform Title
  • Fischietto.
  • Trovatore.
Alternative Title
Types militaires.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Caricatures.
  • Cartoons (Commentary)
Note
  • Title devised by cataloger.
Source (note)
  • Lillian Moore.
  • Lincoln Kirstein.
Biography (note)
  • Draner was the pseudonym of the artist Jules Renard, a Belgian-born painter, illustrator, and caricaturist who also worked as a stage designer for various European theatres. He produced numerous lithographs of military subjects in Paris in the 1860s.
  • Strenna del fischietto was a satirical periodical published in Torino, Italy. Il trovatore, a journal published in Milano, covered literary, artistic, and theatrical subjects.
Contents
France, Vivandière des Zouaves; [numbered 35 above title]; Types militaires, pl. 81; Paris, Dusacq, [series published between 1862-1871] / [signed on stone] Draner ; dess. et lith. par Draner ; Imp. Lemercier -- Profezia per l'anno 1863 [handwritten]; Strenna del fischietto, Torino, 1863 [handwritten]; [includes a caricature of two ballet dancers captioned "E l'arte coreografica raggiungerà il non plus ultra del genere"] -- Wie man ein Ausstattungsstück macht; [numbered 4 at upper right]; 1864 / [initaled on stone] VK [?] ; druck v. Reiffenstein & Rösch, Wien -- Genus - Ballantes; Il Trovatore, Feb. 1873 [handwritten] / di Linneo - Teja -- Al ballo, no. 41; [includes a comic dialogue in Italian between a woman and a man with snail shells on their heads] / Lit. Paris -- Music-hall : Pas-de-deux [two female dancers, with satirical caption in French; on sheet with three other cartoons] / [signed] Mars [?].
Call Number
*MGZFX The 20-25
Title
Theatrical dancers in caricatures and cartoons [graphic].
Imprint
[18--?]
Summary
Collection culled from a variety of sources, chiefly dating from the nineteenth century. These prints depict theatrical dancers in humorous situations, or comment drolly on their vagaries.
Biography
Draner was the pseudonym of the artist Jules Renard, a Belgian-born painter, illustrator, and caricaturist who also worked as a stage designer for various European theatres. He produced numerous lithographs of military subjects in Paris in the 1860s.
Strenna del fischietto was a satirical periodical published in Torino, Italy. Il trovatore, a journal published in Milano, covered literary, artistic, and theatrical subjects.
Local Note
Cataloging funds provided by Friends of Jerome Robbins Dance Division.
Source
Vivandière des Zouaves, Profezia per l'anno 1863, Wie man ein Ausstattungsstück macht, Music-hall : Pas-de-deux Gift; Lillian Moore.
Al ballo Gift; Lincoln Kirstein.
Added Author
Draner, 1833-1926. Artist
Moore, Lillian. Donor
Kirstein, Lincoln, 1907-1996. Donor
Added Title
Fischietto.
Trovatore.
Types militaires.
Research Call Number
*MGZFX The 20-25
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