Iconography

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The archive’s iconographic collection is from the 19th and 20th centuries. The archive has about 600 original stage designs, mostly from the premieres of the respective works, starting with the designs for Verdi’s Attila by Giuseppe Bertoja up to Nicola Benois’s designs for Respighi’s La Fiamma from the 1930s. For some operas there are different variations, such as for Puccini’s Tosca and La bohème, depending on the size of the intended theater. Secondly, the picture collection consists of a collection of thousands of individual costume designs, most of them created by famous designers.

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Iconographies Description ID Date
Johnson
Giacomo Puccini, NULL
ICON000869
costume design
1905
Johnson
Giacomo Puccini, NULL
ICON000870
costume design
1905
JOHNSON:<.....E come non potrei? Fu pel sentier che mena a Monterey>
Giacomo Puccini, NULL
ICON011685
other
1905
RANCE: <Mister Johnson, voi m'avete seccato!>
Giacomo Puccini, NULL
ICON011686
other
1905
JOHNSON: <.....Anche a chi non volesse rubare più che un bacio? >
Giacomo Puccini, NULL
ICON011689
other
1905
MINNIE: <Su, su, come le stelle>
Giacomo Puccini, NULL
ICON011690
other
1905
MINNIE: <Ecco, Johnson, perché chi vuol quest'oro, prima passerà su di me!>
Giacomo Puccini, NULL
ICON011691
other
1905
JOHNSON: <Come siete graziosa!>
Giacomo Puccini, NULL
ICON011695
other
1905
JOHNSON: <Se volete. Vi piacciono?>
Giacomo Puccini, NULL
ICON011698
other
1905