Vestire la scena: il sarto Lorenzo Gabbuggiani e lo spettacolo mediceo tra Sei e Settecento
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An unpublished and hitherto unknown Florentine source – four registers from the workshop of Lorenzo Gabbuggiani, a costume-maker, written between 1688 and 1731 – contains plenty of very useful information on the city of Florence’s artistic life. It also reveals a cross-section of the creativity and handicrafts that were vital to the history of drama and of artistic craftsmanship. An analysis of these rare documents unveils the hard, challenging work of a Florentine costume shop, where the workers created every kind of costume, altered and re-used them for many different performances, and sewed costumes for performances of the “drammi per musica”. The latter were the fashion of the moment, held either at the now lost private theatre in the Villa di Pratolino or at the theatre of the Villa di Poggio a Caiano, or to be staged at the grand “stanza” in Via della Pergola for the academicians’ delight.
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