Oil on canvas depicting the portrait of Tiberio Fiorilli (1608 - 1694) as Scaramouche, attributed to Pietro Paolini (Lucca 1603 - 1681).
In the center of the painting the actor Tiberio Fiorilli (1608-1694) is depicted in a dark robe with a white collar and headdress, eyes slightly reddened, half-closed and singing full of fervour.
On his left a young woman in a reddish robe with headdress and to his right, standing sideways, another man with a mask on his face.
All three actors of the Italian popular theatre are depicted during a show.
Tiberius Fiorilli was an Italian actor in the Commedia dell’Arte, who developed the role of Scaramouche.
He was particularly popular in France, where he was the head of the Comédie-Italienne company, which played at the Petit-Bourbon theatre and the Palais-Royal theatre in Paris.
93 x 132 cm without frame.
113 x 152 cm with frame.
- Pietro Paolini (Lucca, 1603 - 1681, Lucca)( Attribuito a)
- Titre de l'œuvre d'art
- Ritratto del cantante Tiberio Fiorilli come Scaramouche
- Huile sur toile
- Non signé(e)
- En bon état
- Vente avec cadre