From art to theatre; form and convention in the renaissance [by] George R. Kernodle.


Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1944] .

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Subjects Drama.
Renaissance.
Theater -- History.
Theater.
Theaters -- Stage-setting and scenery.
Théâtre -- Décors.
Théâtre -- Histoire.
Description ix, 255 pages illustrations 29 cm
Copyright Date [1944]
Notes Bound in blue cloth over boards; spine stamped in gold; black, red, and white dust-jacket; signature of James G. McManaway on front free endpaper.
Without thesis note.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 220-243).
Thesis/Dissertation PH. D Yale University 1937
Contents Introduction: The problem of the Renaissance theatre -- Part I: The roots of theatre form and convention: painting, sculpture, and the tableaux vivants -- The beginning of scenic background: primitive ceremonial, the Greek theatre, and medieval art -- Show-picture and show-architecture: the tableaux vivants -- Part II: The theatres of architectural symbol: the Terence Academy façade: the Flemish, Elizabethan, and Spanish popular theatres -- The first stage façade: the Rederyker stage in the Netherlands -- The second stage façade: the Elizabethan stage -- Arcade façade and curtain façade: the curtain stages of Germany and Spain, the schools, the Jesuit stage, and the Teatro Olimpico -- Part III: The theatres of pictorial illusion: the Italian perspective scene: compromise in France and England, the baroque setting of wing and backdrop, of proscenium and painted picture -- The Italian perspective scene -- Framing the perspective scene: the inner stage, the prescenium, and the front curtain -- Compromises in France and England: the baroque scene -- Conclusion: The pictorial heritage of the theatre.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)317852
(OCoLC)ocm00317852
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Kernodle, George Riley, 1907-
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