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Culture for Your iPad: Wallpapers from the Getty Research Institute’s Print Collection

Detail from Portrait of Edouard Dagoty, Inventor of Color Printing / Carlo Lasinio

A sampling of the 27,000 prints held in the Research Institute’s special collections went on view this Saturday in the new exhibition The Getty Research Institute: Recent Print Acquisitions. It features selections from four centuries of printmaking, from a rare… More»

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      Masked Harlequin, the commedia dell’arte’s leading man, lures an innocent, elegantly dressed young lady into the world of prostitution. She’s caught the eye of a displeased young man, dressed in dapper clothes. They stand out in this scene of costumed characters in exaggerated clothing. 

      Gillot’s light, quick brushstrokes mimics the satirical subject and lighthearted portrayal of human folly.

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      Scene from the Italian Comedy (recto), about 1700, Claude Gillot. The J. Paul Getty Museum

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