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Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Portrait of Carlo Antonio Bertinazzi (1710-1783), 1740s
Portrait of Carlo Antonio Bertinazzi (1710-1783), 1740s
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Portrait of Jean-Gaspard Deburau (1796-1846), 1832. Creator: Trouvé
Portrait of Jean-Gaspard Deburau (1796-1846), 1832. Creator: Trouvé
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Dancing Mezzetin, ca 1720. Creator: Anonymous
Dancing Mezzetin, ca 1720. Creator: Anonymous
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: A troupe of Italian comedians (I Gelosi), c. 1580. Creator: Anonymous
A troupe of Italian comedians (I Gelosi), c. 1580. Creator: Anonymous
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Théâtre National de l Opéra, Grand bal de la Mi-Carême, 1921
Théâtre National de l Opéra, Grand bal de la Mi-Carême, 1921
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Dame mascherate, c. 1909. Creator: Ciardi, Emma (1879-1933)
Dame mascherate, c. 1909. Creator: Ciardi, Emma (1879-1933)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Masked Ball (Il ridotto), Mid of 17th cen.. Creator: Heintz, Joseph, the Younger
Masked Ball (Il ridotto), Mid of 17th cen.. Creator: Heintz, Joseph, the Younger
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Il secondo libro di prospettiva, 1566. Creator: Serlio, Sebastiano (1475-c. 1554)
Il secondo libro di prospettiva, 1566. Creator: Serlio, Sebastiano (1475-c. 1554)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: An actor declaiming, ca. 1600. Creator: Anonymous
An actor declaiming, ca. 1600. Creator: Anonymous
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Comedies de Terence by Jean de Roigny, 1552. Creator: Anonymous
Comedies de Terence by Jean de Roigny, 1552. Creator: Anonymous
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: The Strolling Players (Los comicos ambulantes), 1793
The Strolling Players (Los comicos ambulantes), 1793
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Casino (Il ridotto) in Venice, ca 1757
Casino (Il ridotto) in Venice, ca 1757
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: The Charlatan, ca 1757
The Charlatan, ca 1757
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Piazza San Marco, 1753
Piazza San Marco, 1753
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Carnival Parade in Piazza San Marco in Honour of the Conti Del Nord
Carnival Parade in Piazza San Marco in Honour of the Conti Del Nord
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Pantalone, Arlecchino, Capitano, c. 1680
Pantalone, Arlecchino, Capitano, c. 1680
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Masked Ball
Masked Ball
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Commedia dell arte Scene in an Italian Landscape
Commedia dell arte Scene in an Italian Landscape
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: The Italian Comedy, after 1716. Artist: Watteau, Jean Antoine (1684-1721)
The Italian Comedy, after 1716. Artist: Watteau, Jean Antoine (1684-1721)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: The Minuet. Artist: Tiepolo, Giandomenico (1727-1804)
The Minuet. Artist: Tiepolo, Giandomenico (1727-1804)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Carnival Scene (The Minuet). Artist: Tiepolo, Giandomenico (1727-1804)
Carnival Scene (The Minuet). Artist: Tiepolo, Giandomenico (1727-1804)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Casino (Il ridotto) in Venice. Artist: Guardi, Francesco (1712-1793)
Casino (Il ridotto) in Venice. Artist: Guardi, Francesco (1712-1793)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Casino (Il ridotto), Second Half of the 18th cen.. Artist: Longhi, Pietro, (Circle of)
Casino (Il ridotto), Second Half of the 18th cen.. Artist: Longhi, Pietro, (Circle of)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Mondo Novo, ca 1764-1765. Artist: Tiepolo, Giandomenico (1727-1804)
Mondo Novo, ca 1764-1765. Artist: Tiepolo, Giandomenico (1727-1804)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Harlequins, 1913. Artist: Somov, Konstantin Andreyevich (1869-1939)
Harlequins, 1913. Artist: Somov, Konstantin Andreyevich (1869-1939)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Columbina. Artist: Sapunov, Nikolai Nikolayevich (1880-1912)
Columbina. Artist: Sapunov, Nikolai Nikolayevich (1880-1912)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: The hour of the masked ball
The hour of the masked ball
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Rendezvous, c. 1918. Artist: Somov, Konstantin Andreyevich (1869-1939)
Rendezvous, c. 1918. Artist: Somov, Konstantin Andreyevich (1869-1939)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Jean-Gaspard Deburau as Pierrot, 1845. Artist: Bouquet, Auguste (1810-1846)
Jean-Gaspard Deburau as Pierrot, 1845. Artist: Bouquet, Auguste (1810-1846)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Carnival in Rome (Detail), c. 1650. Artist: Lingelbach, Johannes (1622-1674)
Carnival in Rome (Detail), c. 1650. Artist: Lingelbach, Johannes (1622-1674)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Pierrot Content, ca 1712. Artist: Watteau, Jean Antoine (1684-1721)
Pierrot Content, ca 1712. Artist: Watteau, Jean Antoine (1684-1721)
Commedia Dell Arte Gallery: Lions House or the Venice Carnival, 1762
Lions House or the Venice Carnival, 1762

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Commedia dell'arte is an Italian theatrical form that emerged in the 16th century and is still popular today. It is a form of improvisational theatre that is highly physical and relies heavily on stock characters and scenarios. The actors use masks, costumes, and props to create a comedic atmosphere.
The characters in commedia dell'arte are archetypes, such as the foolish old man, the boastful soldier, the clever servant, and the scheming lover. These characters interact with each other in a variety of scenarios, often involving mistaken identities and misunderstandings. The actors use improvisation to create dialogue and action, and the audience is encouraged to participate in the performance.
The physicality of commedia dell'arte is one of its most distinctive features. The actors use exaggerated gestures and facial expressions to convey emotion and create humor. They also use props, such as lazzi (jokes) and slapstick, to add to the comedy.
Commedia dell'arte has had a lasting influence on theatre and comedy. Many of the stock characters and scenarios used in commedia dell'arte can be seen in modern theatre, film, and television. The physicality of the form has also been adopted by many modern performers, such as the cast of Monty Python's Flying Circus.
Commedia dell'arte is an important part of Italian culture and has been enjoyed by audiences for centuries. It is a unique form of theatre that continues to be popular today.