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Stage spectacles of P.J. de Loutherbourg

Ralph G. Allen

Stage spectacles of P.J. de Loutherbourg

by Ralph G. Allen

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Published by University Microfilms International in London .
Written in English

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  • Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques De.

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    See Part V, Sc. 1 of A Christmas Tale [], Becket, London; also exhibition notes to ‘Every Look Speaks: Portraits of David Garrick’, Holburne Museum of Art, Bath, ‘de Loutherbourg worked closely with Garrick to devise spectacular scenes for the play, including a burning castle and forest where foliage turned from green to blood. The life of artist and scenographer Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg, and the role of the occult in the history of special effects. By Andrew McConnell Stott An Audience Watching a Play at Drury Lane Theatre, by Thomas Rowlandson, c.

    We begin this special issue with an article by Shearer West on ‘Virtual Reality Avant la Lettre: Loutherbourg and the Origins of Urban Spectacle’ in which she explores Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg’s work for David Garrick at Drury Lane in pantomimes such as The Wonders of Derbyshire in and in his Eidophusikon in relation to the. Phillip James De Loutherbourg (), oversaw creation of spectacle under Garrick's direction at Drury Lane. This led to increased illusion of perspective through set pieces, as well as the inclusion of miniatures for scale.

    tive heavily trod the stage. But in the fifth place, largely due to Garrick's efforts a decade earlier, and with the invaluable aid of Philippe de Loutherbourg, London audiences enjoyed to the hilt scenic spectacles, magic changes visible on stage, two or three-level stages, new angles of perspective, lushness and color.Y The scenic. The Coleridge Bulletin. The Journal of the Friends of Coleridge. New Series 29 (NS) Summer stage shows, spectacles, and what were called burlettas, consisting of recitative. 1. and especially after the arrival of Philip de Loutherbourg, brought over from Paris by David Garrick in to work at.


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Stage spectacles of P.J. de Loutherbourg by Ralph G. Allen Download PDF EPUB FB2

In England, Loutherbourg was introduced to David Garrick by a letter from Jean Monnet, director of the Ope´ra Comique, describing Loutherbourg as “un de nos plus grand peintres [“one of our greatest painters”].” Garrick employed him as his chief stage designer at Drury Lane Theatre, for the sum of £ per Size: 67KB.

Philip James de Loutherbourg RA (31 October – 11 March ), whose name is sometimes given in the French form of Philippe-Jacques, the German form of Philipp Jakob, or with the English-language epithet of the Younger, was a Franco-British painter who became known for his large naval works, his elaborate set designs for London theatres, and his invention of a mechanical theatre called.

The stage spectacles of Philip James de Loutherbourg by Ralph G Allen painted by P.J. de Loutherbourg, Esq. R.A.: representing Earl Howe's victory over the French fleet, June the first, ; and the grand attack on Valenciennes, by the combined armies, under the command of His Royal Highness the Duke of York, July the 25th, De Loutherbourg’s creation of the Eidophusikon (or Eidophusicon, meaning ‘image of nature’) followed on from David Garrick’s initial proposal of the concept in the mid-eighteenth century.

By construction, it was a 7ft by 3ft by 10ft stage, fronted with a curtain and stage area, placed in parallel to an auditorium; a contraction of a theatre in its near entirety.

More than anyone else, De Loutherbourg was responsible for freeing stage spectacle from the rigidities of the conventional wing and border system, thus preparing the way for Capon, Planché.

Verdi noted that, "Between and at least eight Deluges were exhibited in England, among them a large painting by P.J. de Loutherbourg [illus Fig], which was completed in " (p). Verdi shows how the prominent central figure in De Loutherbourg's painting was derived from Poussin's.

Loutherbourg, Philippe-Jacques de, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) P-J de Loutherbourg [?] Loutherbourg, Philippe-Jacques de, The stage spectacles of Philip James de Loutherbourg / Ralph G. Allen Allen, Ralph G. The graphic and historical illustrator; an original miscellany of literary, antiquarian, and topographical information, embellished with one hundred and fifty woodcuts.

stage, and De Loutherbourg lost hisappointment; and what they had jointly done inthis work of reformation, vas left for John Kembleto improve, which, by successive years devoted tothat important desideratum, he achieved almost. Philippe-Jacques de Loutherbourg, né en et mort en à Londres, fut un artiste aux nombreuses facettes et aux multiples passions.

Peintre de paysage avant tout, il fut également peintre d'histoire, décorateur de théâtre, l'inventeur d'un spectacle qui préfigure les Dioramas, mais également un homme passionné par l'occultisme, qui abandonnera pour un temps la peinture afin de.

De Loutherbourg was celebrated for his dramatic depictions of maritime disasters and sea battles. The subject here is the decisive moment in the battle of Camperdown, off the Dutch coast, in A British fleet defeated the Dutch, who were then allied with the French.

The flagship Venerable fires its last broadside at the Dutch Vrijheid (Freedom). One might further argue that Loutherbourg deserves some acknowledgement as an inventor. Inusing his knowledge of stage design, he constructed the Eidophusikon, a small mechanical theater, where strings on pulleys moved cardboard actors, horses, and carriages across the small stage while backdrops and the sky moved in the opposite direction, colored filters produced a.

de Loutherbourg’s increasing fascination with the theatre led him to accept an offer by David Garrick, the greatest actor of the day (who wrote Heart of Oak) to move to London.

Here, at the Drury Lane Theatre, de Loutherbourg designed scenery, costumes and, most significantly, stage effects of ever-greater sophistication. P.J. De Loutherbourg R.A.

del.t. Hill sculp.t. Pub.d Oct.r 1, by I. & W. Macgavin, No. New Bond Street, London. Fine coloured aquatint, x mm (15¼ x 21¾"), on paper watermarked 'J.

Whatman ', with wide margins. The harbour of Margate, Kent, from Philip James De Loutherbourg's great work 'Picturesque Scenery of Great. 23 Feb - Explore flight's board "Philip James de Loutherbourg" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Painting, Art and Google art project pins.

It was a capstone to nearly half a century of amazing spectacles. Panoramas and dioramas, pantomimes with amazing transformations, naval battles staged in tanks of real water at Sadler’s Wells, trained dogs, child actors, plays advertising special scenery (often painted to match actual travels) by de Loutherbourg— the stage in the Romantic.

By far the best analysis of Garrick’s and Loutherbourg’s stage innovations is C. Baugh () ‘Philip James de Loutherbourg and the Early Pictorial Theatre: Some Aspects of its Cultural Context’, in J.

Redmond (ed.) The Theatrical Space (Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press), pp. In the autumn ofshortly after being elected to the British Academy of Art as a landscape painter, Alsatian-born artist Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg was hired by the wealthy young aesthete William Beckford to prepare a private birthday spectacle at his mansion in Wiltshire.

De Loutherbourg, who was also chief scenographer at Drury Lane theatre and the inventor of a recent commercial. by P. de Loutherbourg WHEN the Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg exhibition was being prepared by Kenwood inthe organizers tried to locate the painting A Visitor to a Ruined Churchyard (Fig).

1 The picture had been in a London art sale in but had disappeared since. Several months after the. loutherbourg, p.j. de > Aquatint Copperplate process by which the plate is “bitten” by exposure to acid. By changing the areas of the plate that are exposed and the length of time the plate is submerged in the acid bath, the engraver can obtain fine and varying shades of.

Philip James de Loutherbourg (31 October – 11 March ), whose name is sometimes given in the French form of Philippe-Jacques, the German form of Philipp Jakob, or with the English-language epithet of the Younger, was a Franco-British painter who became known for his large naval works, his elaborate set designs for London theatres, and his invention of a mechanical theatre called the.

Who was Phillippe de Loutherbourg? Born Oct. 31, — died Ma Was an early Romantic painter, illustrator, printmaker, and scenographer, especially known for his paintings of landscapes and battles and for his innovative scenery designs and special effects for the theatre.

A view of Philip James de Loutherbourg’s Eidophusikon (), British Museum (via Wikipedia) Source: Ephraim Hardcastle [W.H.

Pyne], extracts from chapter ‘Dr Loutherbourg’s Eidophusikon’, in Wine and Walnuts, or, After dinner chit-chat (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, ), pp., Text: The stage on which the Eidophusikon was.

A complete bibliography and index from 'Art in Britain ' (Yale Pelican History of Art) by David Solkin ‘The Stage Spectacles of Philip. James de Loutherbourg’, Ph.D. dissertation.