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Henri-Gabriel Ibels
Rehearsal, from the portfolio "Le Café Concert"
1893
Museum Purchase
1949/2.76

Henri-Gabriel Ibels
Performer, from the portfolio "Le Café Concert"
1893
Museum Purchase
1949/2.77

Henri-Gabriel Ibels
Performer, from the portfolio "Le Café Concert"
1893
Museum Purchase
1949/2.79

Charles-Melchior Descourtis
Foire de Village
1787
Museum Purchase
1974/2.48

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Une Spectatrice, from the portfolio "Le Café Concert"
1893
Museum Purchase
1949/2.73

Gustave Doré
Rats (of the Opera), number 7 from The Parisian Menagierie [Rate (d'opéra), La M
1854
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1969/2.110
This print shows a corner of the interior of a theater. A small part of the stage is visible, and two performers stand on the stage. To the left, engulfing the view of the stage, the balconies wind from the lower right to the upper left and fill the top third of the print. The audience is portrayed as dark strokes of seated figures that are not detailed or well defined. The audience sits in darkness.
Oda Kazuma
In the Imperial Theater (Teigeki nite)
1920
Gift of the artist, through Mr. and Mrs. Yoshito Yamamoto
1950/2.3

Ruth Weisberg
Performers
1964
Gift of Edward E. Smith
1988/2.31

Clara Skinner
Theatre No. 1
1930 – 1940
Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, New Deal art project
1935.13
In the forefront both men and women are dipicted as watching the concert.  One man has his head resting on his hand.  At the center of the piece lies the orchestra, and more prominently the conductor.  The stage is surrounded by curtains.
Max Liebermann (German (culture or style))
The Concert
1847 – 1935
Museum Purchase
1953/1.40
At the center of the print, a figure leans forward with her arms outstretched and one leg pointed behind. The figure wears a large, puffy skirt, with a sleevless top—she is a ballerina. The background is dark and sketchy, and the figure is outlined in strong black lines.
Edgar Degas (French (culture or style))
Danceuse sur scène, salutant
1891 – 1892
Gift of Ruth W. and Clarence J. Boldt, Jr.
2008/2.435

Charles-Nicolas Cochin (French (culture or style))
Decoration de la Salle de Spectacle...la Princesse de Navarre
1745
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
2001/1.333
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