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Victorian Costume Designs for the Plays of Moliere

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19th Century French CostumeDesigns for the Plays of Moliere

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These plates are useful and interesting, not only as19th Century French Theatre costumes, but also show fairly accurately the normal dress ofMoliere's time (late 17th Century). The exceptions to this rule show variouslyCommedia del'arte dress *, 18th Century dress **, and 17th/18th century style Frenchtheatrical dress ***.

TheatreMoliereO10.jpgLeMedicin Malgre Lui: Sganarelle*

TheatreMoliereO11.jpgLe Tartuffe: Tartuffe

TheatreMoliereO13.jpgl'Avare: Harpagon

TheatreMoliereO14.jpgM.dePourceaugnac: l'Apothicare

TheatreMoliereO15.jpgGeorgesDandin: Lubin

TheatreMoliereO17.jpgLe Bourgeois Gentilhomme: M. Jourdain

TheatreMoliereO18.jpgLes Fourberies de Scapin: Scapin*

TheatreMoliereO19.jpgLes Femmes Savantes: Chrysale

TheatreMoliereO2.jpgl'Etourdi: Lelie

TheatreMoliereO9.jpgLe Misanthrope: Alceste

TheatreMoliereO4.jpgLes Precieuses Ridicules: Madelon

TheatreMoliereO6.jpg LeMariage Force: Dorinene**

TheatreMoliereO7.jpg LaPrincesse d'Elide: La Princesse d'Elide***

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