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Watteau's Utopias of Music, Dance and Theatre: Visions of a New France

Professor Georgia Cowart illustrates how Watteau's paintings embody theatrical visions of music, dance, commedia dell'arte and love.

Professor Georgia Cowart, Case Western Reserve University, illustrates how the ideal of the theatrical utopia, emerging on the Parisian stage c. 1700, helps to explain certain examples of Watteau's paintings embodying theatrical visions of music, dance, commedia dell'arte and love.


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Date and Time:

20 May 2011 at 6:30 pm


1 hour



Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House
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