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Leigh and Lomazzo on the Virtue of Colours (Reniassance Colour Symbolism III) By Roy Osborne
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Leigh and Lomazzo on the Virtue of Colours (Renaissance Colour Symbolism III) brings together relevant extracts from four sixteenth-century sources. The first is The Accedens of Armory, published in... More > London in 1562 by Gerard Leigh (c. 1520-63). The second is the Trattato dell’arte della pittura, scoltura, et archittetura, published in Milan in 1584 by Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo (1538-92). Those parts selected are accompanied by English translations by Richard Haydocke (1570-1642), taken from A Tracte Containing the Artes of Curious Paintinge, Carvinge and Buildinge, published in Oxford in 1598. Also included is the Trattato de i colori nelle arme, nelle livree, et nelle devise, the Italian translation of Le Blason des couleurs en armes, livrees, et devises, by 'Sicillo Araldo' (the Sicily Herald), originally by Jean Courtois and Gilles Corrozet and published in Paris in 1527.< Less
Drift By Sarah Baker
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Drawings, sketches and expressive art through the eyes of a Sydney based artist and designer. The pages within are printed in black and white while the front cover remains in colour.
The Mad Tea Party and Other Festival Skits By Alan Lance Andersen
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The Mad Tea Party and Other Festival Skits offers schools and small theatre groups an opportunity to stage short humorous scripts that have been produced at Renaissance Faires and street festivals... More > around Iowa and the Midwest. Alice in Wonderland was written for British readers in the 19th Century, and there are a number of things that modern Americans need to know if they are to capture the book’s full wit and flavour. In The Mad Tea Party, author Lewis Carroll attempts to remedy the problem by inviting the fictional Alice and some of her mad friends from Wonderland to re-create the notorious tea party while he attempts to explain a few of his little inside jokes -- with unexpected results when his own characters don’t exactly go along with the plan. Oliver’s Birthday Picnic brings to the festival stage a number of beloved characters from the Golden Age of Comedy, including Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy; Barcelona is an offbeat medieval adaptation of the old Vaudeville favorite "Slowly I Turned."< Less
The Mad Tea Party and Other Festival Skits By Alan Lance Andersen
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The Mad Tea Party and Other Festival Skits offers schools and small theatre groups an opportunity to stage short humorous scripts that have been produced at Renaissance Faires and street festivals... More > around Iowa and the Midwest. Alice in Wonderland was written for British readers in the 19th Century, and there are a number of things that modern Americans need to know if they are to capture the book’s full wit and flavour. In The Mad Tea Party, author Lewis Carroll attempts to remedy the problem by inviting the fictional Alice and some of her mad friends from Wonderland to re-create the notorious tea party while he attempts to explain a few of his little inside jokes -- with unexpected results when his own characters don’t exactly go along with the plan. Oliver’s Birthday Picnic brings to the festival stage a number of beloved characters from the Golden Age of Comedy, including Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy; Barcelona is an offbeat medieval adaptation of the old Vaudeville favorite "Slowly I Turned."< Less

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