Framed Lithograph: Giulia Grisi & Giovanni Mario in "Il Trovatore"
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Framed Lithograph: Giulia Grisi and Giovanni Mario in Il trovatore
Exclusive to the Met Opera Shop, an original lithograph from the mid-19th century by English artist John Brandard, depicting star tenor Giovanni Mario (1810-1883) and star soprano Giulia Grisi (1811-1869) in Verdi’s Il trovatore. Beautifully framed.
- Black & white lithograph
- Grey mat
- Silver/pewter frame
- Frame: 15” W x 19.5” H
- Photo: 9” W x 13” H
Giuseppe Verdi’s Il Trovatore
One of the most enduringly popular operas in the repertoire, Il Trovatore was first seen at Rome’s Teatro Apollo in 1853. Together with Rigoletto and La Traviata, it forms the “trilogy” of works that premiered in rapid succession over a period of just two years and firmly established Verdi as the leading opera composer of his time. The challenges of Il Trovatore’s leading roles famously led Enrico Caruso to remark that all you needed to stage it were the “four best singers in the world.”
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