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The Sorcerer

Poster
late 19th century (printed)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Poster advertising a touring production of The Sorcerer composed by Arthur Sullivan, written by W. S. Gilbert, performed by D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, unknown venues, late 19th century.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Colour lithograph
Brief Description
Poster advertising a touring production of The Sorcerer composed by Arthur Sullivan, written by W. S. Gilbert, performed by D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, unknown venues, late 19th century
Physical Description
Poster advertising a touring production of The Sorcerer composed by Arthur Sullivan, written by W. S. Gilbert, performed by D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, unknown venues, late 19th century. The poster features an illustration depciting a man wearing a black jacket, grey waistcoat and checkered trousers and is holding an exploding teapot. The poster includes a red background and black typography.
Dimensions
  • Poster height: 75cm
  • Poster width: 50.7cm
Marks and Inscriptions
Stamped with Enthoven collection, V.A.M. stamp.
Object history
Associated Production: The Sorcerer. The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Performance category: opera. Production type: tour.
Subject depicted
Summary
Poster advertising a touring production of The Sorcerer composed by Arthur Sullivan, written by W. S. Gilbert, performed by D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, unknown venues, late 19th century.
Collection
Accession Number
S.2797-1995

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record createdJuly 30, 2010
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