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Artist: Nicolas François Bocquet, French, died 1716 Artist: Nicolas François Bocquet, French, died 1716
After: Remigio Cantagallina, Italian, ca. 1582-1656
Designer: Giulio Parigi, Italian, 1571-1635
Sheet from Le Manifique Carousel fait sur le Fleuue de l'Arne
TL2005.198.14
Not on view
Artist: Nicolas François Bocquet, French, died 1716 Artist: Nicolas François Bocquet, French, died 1716
After: Remigio Cantagallina, Italian, ca. 1582-1656
Designer: Giulio Parigi, Italian, 1571-1635
Sheet from Le Manifique Carousel fait sur le Fleuue de l'Arne
TL2005.198.15
1664
Not on view
Artist: Nicolas François Bocquet, French, died 1716 Artist: Nicolas François Bocquet, French, died 1716
After: Remigio Cantagallina, Italian, ca. 1582-1656
Designer: Giulio Parigi, Italian, 1571-1635
Sheet from Le Manifique Carousel fait sur le Fleuue de l'Arne
TL2005.198.16
1664
Not on view
Printer: Nicolas Cochin, French, 1610-1686 Printer: Nicolas Cochin, French, 1610-1686
After: Remigio Cantagallina, Italian, ca. 1582-1656
Designer: Ludovico Cardi da Cigoli, Italian, 1559-1613
Sheet from Le Manifique Carousel fait sur le Fleuue de l'Arne
TL2005.198.17
1664
Not on view
Artist: Nicolas François Bocquet, French, died 1716 Artist: Nicolas François Bocquet, French, died 1716
After: Remigio Cantagallina, Italian, ca. 1582-1656
Designer: Jacopo Ligozzi, Italian, 1547-1627
Sheet from Le Manifique Carousel fait sur le Fleuue de l'Arne
TL2005.198.18
1664
Not on view
Artist: Nicolas François Bocquet, French, died 1716 Artist: Nicolas François Bocquet, French, died 1716
After: Remigio Cantagallina, Italian, ca. 1582-1656
Designer: Giulio Parigi, Italian, 1571-1635
Sheet from Le Manifique Carousel fait sur le Fleuue de l'Arne
TL2005.198.19
1664
Not on view
Artist: Giuseppe Cantoni, Italian
Scene design for an interior with views to the outdoors
TL2005.199
ca. 1840
Not on view
View of an audience at a production of Faust
TL2005.200.1
1827
Not on view
View of an audience at a production of Faust
TL2005.200.2
1827
Not on view
Artist: Charles-Nicolas Cochin, the younger, French, 1715-1790 Artist: Charles-Nicolas Cochin, the younger, French, 1715-1790
Ceremonie du Marriage de Louis Dauphin
TL2005.201.1
1746
Not on view
Artist: Charles-Nicolas Cochin, the younger, French, 1715-1790 Artist: Charles-Nicolas Cochin, the younger, French, 1715-1790
Decoration de la Salle de Spectacle during the performance of La Princesse de Navarre, during the wedding of Louis, Dauphin of France, and Marie-Therese, Infanta of Spain, at Versailles
TL2005.201.2
1745
Not on view
Artist: Charles-Nicolas Cochin, the younger, French, 1715-1790
Decoration du Bal Paré donné par le Roy
TL2005.201.3
1746
Not on view
Artist: Charles-Nicolas Cochin, the younger, French, 1715-1790
Decoration du Bal Masque donné par le Roy dans la Grande Galerie du Chateau de Versailles (Decoration for the Masked Ball for the King in the Grand Gallery of the Palace of Versailles)
TL2005.201.4
1745
Not on view
Designer: Simone Felice Delino, Italian, 1655-1697
Printer: Vincenzo Mariotti, Italian, ca. 1675-1738
Illustration of the festival celebrating King Louis XIV's recovery from a serious illness, April 11, 1687
TL2005.202.1
ca. 1687
Not on view
Illustration of the festival celebrating King Louis XIV's recovery from a serious illness, April 11, 1687
TL2005.202.2
ca. 1687
Not on view
Illustration of the festival celebrating King Louis XIV's recovery from a serious illness, April 11, 1687
TL2005.202.3
ca. 1687
Not on view
Artist: Louis-Jean Desprez, French, ca. 1743-1804
Scene design with a tent, possibly for an opera
TL2005.203
Not on view
Artist: Giovanni Battista Falda, Italian, ca. 1640-1678
Printer: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi, Italian, 1627-1691
Prospetto et Apparato del Palco. Dove la Maesta della Regina di Svetia. Ne Giorni del' Carnevale, si Trattiene a Vedere il Corso de' Pallii.
TL2005.204
1656
Not on view
Artist: Charles-Etienne Gaucher, French, 1741-1804 Artist: Charles-Etienne Gaucher, French, 1741-1804
After: Jean Michel Moreau, French, 1741-1814
The Crowning of Voltaire on the Stage of the Theatre Francais in Paris, after the sixth perfomance of Irene on March 30, 1778
TL2005.205
1782
Not on view
Artist: Alfred Jacobsen, Danish, ca. 1855-1929
Scene design for forest for a toy theatre
TL2005.206.1
ca. 1890-1930
Not on view
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