Theatrical portraitsAdditional title: Irina Baronova collectionAdditional title: Galerie dramatique
NamesLacauchie, Alexandre (Artist)Maison Martinet (Paris, France) (Publisher)
Prints depicting dance
Theatrical dancers, singly or in pairs
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1848 - 1850 (Inferred)
Table of Contents427. Mlle. Lavoye, rôle de Georgette dans le Val d'Andorre, 2e acte, Théâtre de l'Opéra Comique -- 521. Melle. Luther, rôle de l'Amour dans Un mariage sous la Régence, Théâtre Français.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZFX Lac A The 9-10
TopicsHalévy, F., 1799-1862 -- Val d'AndorreEntertainers -- France -- Paris -- 19th centuryDancers -- France -- 19th century
NotesTitle devised by cataloger.Statement of responsibility: No. 427 is signed on stone: A. Lacauchie.Statement of responsibility: No. 521 is initialed on stone: A.L.No. 427 was published in Paris by Maison Martinet, Hautecoeur Frères.No. 521 was published in Paris by Maison Martinet.Statement of responsibility: Printed by Imp. Decan, Paris.Series caption title: Galerie dramatique.Funding: Purchased with funds from the Committee for the Jerome Robbins Dance Division.Acquisition: Purchase; Victoria Tennant, 2011.Biographical/historical: The works depicted are: Le val d'Andorre, an opéra-comique to music by Fromental Halévy, with a libretto by Henri de Saint-Georges, first presented at the Théâtre de l'Opéra-Comique in 1848; Un mariage sous la Régence, a comedy by Léon Guillard, presented at the Théâtre Français in 1850.Biographical/historical: Alexandre Lacauchie was a French painter, engraver, and lithographer active in the mid-19th century. His numerous prints capture lively images of the dancers, actors, and singers of his time.Biographical/historical: The printing and publishing house of Maison Martinet was founded in 1796 by Aaron Martinet, 1762-1841, who became well-known for publishing satirical prints. In 1822 the firm assumed the name Hautecoeur-Martinet, after Martinet's son-in-law Hermenégilde Hautecoeur, who became its head after Martinet's retirement in 1824. The brothers Eugène and Alfred Hautecoeur, the Hautecoeur Frères, managed the business from 1843 to 1867. Jules Hautecoeur, Alfred's son and the great-grandson of the founder, later became the sole proprietor of Ancienne Maison Martinet.Forms part of: Irina Baronova collection. Graphics.
Physical DescriptionLithographsExtent: 2 prints : lithograph, color ; 27 x 17 cm.
DescriptionRepresentations of performers appearing in theatrical works presented in Paris.
Type of ResourceStill image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 825067634NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b19758163Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 0f8a69f0-88fa-0134-5ed3-00505686a51c
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