Majorosi Géza

Majorosi Géza

Majorosi Géza
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Zanni: a peasant and trickster whose costuming typically consists of white baggy clothing.

Zanni: a peasant and trickster whose costuming typically consists of white baggy clothing.

Comico- connects characters and audience, not a member of a class

Comico- connects characters and audience, not a member of a class

Brighella (year 1570) - The name by itself (briga, brigare is Italian for quarrel, trouble, intrigue) explains this mask well enough: Brighella is colleric, violent, exaggerated in his behavior, womanizer. Catlike and sordid in his quest for food, confirmed liar and persuasive in his love pursuits, always ready for intrigue, always in search for the next fight.

Brighella (year 1570) - The name by itself (briga, brigare is Italian for quarrel, trouble, intrigue) explains this mask well enough: Brighella is colleric, violent, exaggerated in his behavior, womanizer. Catlike and sordid in his quest for food, confirmed liar and persuasive in his love pursuits, always ready for intrigue, always in search for the next fight.

Brighella-Costume Rendering by ScottAronow.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Brighella-Costume Rendering by ScottAronow.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Pantalone they are mean to there servants and they are greedy for money.

Pantalone they are mean to there servants and they are greedy for money.

La Máscara | The Fausto Rocks Yeah

La Máscara | The Fausto Rocks Yeah

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Trivellino. E’ la maschera gemella di Arlecchino, anche se porta un nome e un costume differenti: non è anzi da escludere che quello sia stato l’antico nome di Arlecchino, giacchè Trivellino significa appunto « uomo con l’abito trivellato ».

Trivellino. E’ la maschera gemella di Arlecchino, anche se porta un nome e un costume differenti: non è anzi da escludere che quello sia stato l’antico nome di Arlecchino, giacchè Trivellino significa appunto « uomo con l’abito trivellato ».

BRIGHELLA (1570) Illustrating the Italian Commedia dell'Arte, or Impromptu Comedy

BRIGHELLA (1570) Illustrating the Italian Commedia dell'Arte, or Impromptu Comedy

Vintage black and white table: Italian Commedia dell'Arte characters

Vintage black and white table: Italian Commedia dell'Arte characters