“Carmen” by Barbara Fracchia (Unframed Giclée Print on Canvas)

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“Carmen” by Barbara Fracchia (Unframed Giclée Print on Canvas)

Barbara Fracchia’s colorful interpretation of Carmen is a giclée reproduction on canvas of her original painting. A wire is attached to the back for hanging, and an artist info card is included.

Barbara is a classically trained artist and a lover of classical opera, ballet and symphonic music. She has been widely published in American Art Collector, Fine Art Connoisseur, Art of the West, San Francisco Opera Magazine and San Francisco Ballet Magazine.

  • Giclée print on canvas
  • Wire for hanging
  • 14” W x 11” H
  • Unframed


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History

Carmen

World premiere: 1887.

Georges Bizet’s original Carmen, takes place in and around Seville, Spain and tells of the downfall of a soldier, Don José, seduced by the wiles of the fiery Carmen. José abandons his sweetheart and his military duties for Carmen, yet loses her love to the glamorous matador Escamillo, after which José kills her in a jealous rage.

On January 9, 1884, Carmen premiered at the Metropolitan Opera. Thereafter it was quickly incorporated into the Met's regular repertory staging Carmen well-over a thousand times.  The Met Opera’s 2023-2024 Season debuts a vital new production of Carmen, reinvigorating the classic story with a staging that moves the action to the modern day and finds at the heart of the drama issues that could not be more relevant today: gendered violence, abusive labor structures, and the desire to break through societal boundaries.

Among the best-known of all operatic arias are Carmen’s “Habanera” from Act 1, sung by the title character and the toreador’s song, “Votre toast” in Act 2, performed by the matador Escamillo.

 

 

 

 

 

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