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Original Affiche Poster Circus Circus Triumph Clown Popol - Milo Trombone

Original Affiche Poster Circus Circus Triumph Clown Popol - Milo Trombone

Original Affiche Poster Circus Circus Triumph Clown Popol - Milo Trombone   Original Affiche Poster Circus Circus Triumph Clown Popol - Milo Trombone
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The Russian clown oleg popov. A clown, pit or mat is a comic character. From the world of the circus.

Faces disappearing under the make-up, dressed in spectacular fashion, clowns traditionally share themselves in \"augusts\" and \"white clowns\". Pierrot and harlequin (Fat Tuesday). 1888, characters of the commedia dell'arte. At the origin of the white clown and the august.

Since the second half of the. In the sense of \"rusty man, peasant.\" Hence \"buffoon, crazy.\" And more specifically, from the. \"pantomime, character of the harlequinades and the circus.

\" The word that comes from Germanic. Klinne means \"rustic, balourd man\" from a word originally referring to a \"clod of earth.\" In English, we also find clod and clot, meaning both \"clod\" and \"balourd, scoundrel\".

The English word clown first referred to a peasant and then a rusty. He went into the vocabulary of the theatre to refer to a \"country buffoon.\" As a result of ben jonson. Some authors have considered English. As a derivative of Latin.

The word clown is therefore said to have a Latin origin \"colonus\", the colonist who pronounces himself \"couloun\" in Occitan. These were the Roman settlers, \"retired\" legionnaires who were assigned land in the provinces, including the Narbonnaise, which corresponded geographically largely to Provence and Languedoc. These stripped-down \"coulouns\", a little strange in the eyes of the local natives, were gladly mocked by the local population.

By extension the word designated peasants a little retarded, rough and switched to the English language after the long period of English presence in the south-west Occitan. Clown is attested from the beginning of the 20th century. It appears for the first time in. Under the claune spelling, quoted as. \"exact pronunciation of the English word.

\" In the first edition of the learned animals. Clown spelling is attested as soon as. In the room eusèbe London diorama. Who was responsible for attracting the public by infringing the tricks of strength or skill of his comrades.

The clown at the circus. Even if he draws his parentage from ancient grotesque characters, especially those of the commedia dell'arte. The clown itself is a relatively recent creation. It appears for the first time in England. The directors of these establishments, in order to expand their programs, hired farm boys who could not ride horses to intersperse the performance of the real riders.

Installed in a role of stupid servant, they made them laugh as much by their peasant costumes, alongside the clothes of light of other artists, as by the comic postures they adopted, sometimes at their expense. The clowns followed the movement of the numbers presented, caricatured them to make them laugh (the jumping clown, the acrobatic clown). This character evolved to become less and less comic: distinguished, adopting clothes with noble fabrics and heavier with the use of sequins, he teamed up with the august.

The latter became the comic character par excellence, the clown serving as a showman. This is the configuration we know today.

The august gradually took its autonomy, when some found a way to make the room laugh without the need for the glittery clown. The august then established himself as a solitary artist, sometimes proposing to a spectator to serve as his partner. The clown can wear a pseudonym inspired by the childish language. (in French, the use of syllable or sound repetition is thus common), such as jojo, kiki, etc. The white clown, master of the track, apparently worthy and serious, is the oldest type of clown. The august red-nosed, wacky and grotesque character, made his entrance around 1870.

With the trios of clowns, created at the beginning of the 19th century. Century, appeared the counter-pitre, the clown who never understands anything. The white clown, dressed in a white suit, is, on the surface, dignified and authoritarian.

He wears the lunar mask of the pierrot. A white makeup, and an eyebrow (more rarely two) drawn on his forehead, called signature, which reveals the character of the clown. Red is used for lips, nostrils and ears. A fly, a definite reference to the marquees, is placed on the chin or cheek.

The white clown is beautiful, elegant. Aerial, bubbly, mischievous, sometimes authoritarian, he argues the august, highlights it.

The august wears a red nose, a make-up using black, red and white, a wig, burlesque clothes of bright color, huge shoes; he is totally sassy, launches into all the antics. It destabilizes the white clown whose businesses it constantly fails, even if it is full of good will. The august must perform in a number in which accidents follow one another. His world often clashes with that of the white clown that dominates him.

The counter-pitre is the second of the august and its opposite. \"August of the August\" is a clown who understands nothing, forgets everything, and whose initiatives end in disasters, reviving laughter. After the 1890s, acrobatic clowns also became talking clowns. \"the most famous clown duo of the good old days\" invent clown comedy.

Without neglecting the repertoire of their predecessors, they are no longer content to parody the circus acts that preceded them, they also seek their characters in social life. White master and black valet, they reproduce the violence of social and racial relations. They are also inspired by mimodrame and transformationism, as in the cleopatra parody played by foottit in 1890 imitating sarah bernhardt. With them the game of the clown is closer to the play of the actor, but an actor without psychology who, as stone etaix says. \"exists only in the time when he acts\" and of which henri miller.

Says he is a \"poet in action.\" From the 1920s the fratellini. At three, they form a real small troupe and their entrances, taking up more and more space in the show as they become famous, are almost short comedies.

In his authoritative book Clowns, writes that they concentrate within them the three essential aspects of clown comedy: \"Francis, the Clown, the last incarnation of Latin-minded fantasy; paul, the august, a type of Germanic origin, who, francized, has turned the corner from his ancestor the clumsy groom and to whom dignity restores emphasis and responsibility; and finally, Albert, the pitre, refuge of the supreme exaggerations of the English pantomime. All the clowns who will work in companies after them, like the theater licedei.

And the new noses in France, the colombaioni. In the Czech Republic, they will be indebted to them for changing this genre. The clown out of the circus.

Illustration depicting richard tarlton, Elizabethan clown (1580). The clown was a traditional character in the Elizabethan theatre. If he was a blundering, heavy-hearted and ridiculous, he also showed great common sense, and sometimes even a cynicism close to that of the jester.

He appeared in the popular theater in England. And replaced the character of old vice (too old and not convenient enough to make you laugh) who was none other than the servant. And the devil's henchman. Of course, the clown being a comedy character, he was never up to the devious tasks entrusted to him by his master, which obviously served the dramaturgy. The name of this character was clod, this name evolved we do not know how to clown. In the theatre, some artists wanted to mix shakespeare. It was a total failure, the audience wanting acrobatics, not text. Even if some clowns are famous thanks to the few phrases they threw like \"1, 2, 3\" or \"music!\", this does not necessarily make them clown-actors. Make their appearance as raymond devos. Who, in all their shows, have kept in their gestures and state of mind a typical attitude of the clown. In the second half of the.

Experiences of encounter and fusion between different clown genres and theatre took place. A number of \"types\" have emerged all over the world. Accessories include clothes, often colorful, ridiculous and too big, pranks and catches.

In general (watering button), and cream pies. The clown character has evolved powerfully. Its territory is no longer just the circus. The definition below, in theory, illustrates the creative abundance of this character. The theatre clown can be a theatre of improvisation, focused on feelings, on what he feels. To explain it clearly, it must go through the presentation of the three layers of \"individual behaviour\" (lack of a better name). There is the \"I,\" the everyday one, the one we are naturally, with family or friends. He who lives things with his personality, his job, his age, his righteous feeling. There's the actor, you; who play another one. Then there's the clown. The clown is the part of you that is not socially visible. He's there, he feels the things you're going through but doesn't say it, because you don't let him express himself.

It might be too eccentric, excessive, angry, etc. It is a rough diamond that has not been shaped by society, which reacts in its own way; singularly.

Unlike you who have taboos, ideology, ethics, morality, politeness, and prohibitions. He can kill, he can spit, he can burp, he can love like never before you have loved. With words it may seem schizophrenic, but once you put your nose on and come on stage you understand what it means to be a clown. Perhaps the word clown is not best suited to the situation, because of all its more or less pejorative connotations in the ear of others. The clown wears a red nose, of course, but is not there to make the \"guignol\".

He can be depressed, angry, disgusted, happy, in love or all at the same time. He relies on the public by giving them to see how they feel, they need that audience to exist, otherwise they are nothing. The clown feels, unlike the actor who can only pretend to feel.

If he's with another clown, he shows him what it feels like to be with him, how he lives it. And send it back to the public. Moreover, as an audience, nothing is more enjoyable than a clown on stage who shows us what he has in him with a simple look.

So we know where he is, in him. When he's not looking at us, he's not taking us into his universe. But these public glances are automatisms, as the clown realizes that he needs to look at his audience to continue to exist through the other. What would be the definition of clown that would encompass all the diversity of characters, themes and styles in this artistic field? Here's a proposal from peter drunk.

\"The clown is an actor who has his means perfectly while pretending to master nothing.\" He looks silly, ugly or even poorly trained, he moves badly, he drops everything... (instead of the \"actor,\" one can also write the \"artist,\" extending the term to other genres than theatre). Of course, if he does it just to humiliate the human being that it is to give his complicated spectators the impression of not being the dumbest and most miserable poor consolation, but so appreciated by the poorest! , this is more a matter of medical prophylaxis than of art the majority of men have good reasons to underestimate themselves - or society is in charge of persuading them...

It can also be self-therapy, which often seems to be the main motivation for \"clowning\". The best clowns seem to have assimilated Taoist metaphorism: \"the sea is lower than the rivers and yet it dominates them... Although for clowns, it is not a matter of dominating the spectators, but of breaking the barriers of prejudices and clichés that prevent them from seeing through their own eyes. By the playful childlike spirit that he knew how to keep, the clown gives us back the freshness of the look of our own childhood. A strongly typed character, the clown, originally a burlesque character, saw his image hijacked: first appeared the archetype of the sad clown, \"forced to make people laugh even when his heart is big\" (the white clown is also close, with a few glitters, to the nostalgic lunar pierrot); then characters of evil clowns.

Who use the attraction they exert with children to kill them such as the protean monster of that. , torturing or raping them such as tweedles.

From the avant-garde group the residents. In recent years, the clown character has been integrated into a form of punk rock. In particular by the French black-like groups. As well as by the clown insane posse.

We can also note the emergence of krump. Current dance from los angeles. , at the instigation of tommy the clown. We even talk about clown core, a mixture of metal and rap, in a dark atmosphere led by evil clowns; one example is bawdy festival.

The clandestine insurgent rebel clown army, the great army of clowns. The clandestine insurgent rebel clown army. (circa) is a parody army of rebellious clowns born in the United Kingdom. In 2003, when the anti-lirak went to war. The idea was to extend a festive and subversive dimension stemming from the old popular cultures of transgression (carnival, feast of the fools), to get out of the traditional plan-plan events, to allow everyone to bring their own ideas and motivation through a completely horizontal organization.

Among the clowns who have had international fame, we can mention. Played by the comedian marc favreau. Goblet played by comedian luc durand. These two clown characters appear in the Quebec children's television show. (and in France): floor and cup.

Played by the comedian Jacques desrosiers. Alexis gress and andré gràss. \"The clown will never die.\" You have to call a clown a clown, stone and so. \"On the sixth day, God created the clown, antonet.

Paul, Albert and French fratellini. On the seventh day he had to rest so much he was still laughing! The Clown, Fifty-five squared dialogues, the theatre front-stage, 2002. Representations of the clown in art. At the Red Mill (1895).

The clown character in the movies. He who gets slapped , from victor sjostrom.

Laugh, clown, laugh, from herbert brenon. Three ring circus , by joseph pevney.

The wing or the thigh. Based on the novel by Michel quint. Fear of clowns is called coulrophobia.

And can cause spasms in the person. The clown character in literature. Wrote a famous poem, clown , particularly representative of his personal universe, his philosophical and ontological position. In smile at the foot of the ladder. The clown character in music.

Well done for the clown, edith piaf. The clown of gianni esposito. Also interpreted by angelic ionatos. Tears of a clown , smokey robinson - the miracles. The clown (I would become king) , the charlots.

The little clown in your heart. The death of a clown, the kinks.

Send the clowns, didier barbevien. Said the clown , manfred mann. The little clown, henri salvador. Everybody loves a clown, gary lewis - the playboys. Everyone laughs at a clown, french claude.

A clown doesn't cry, christopher laird. The item \"original poster poster circus circus circus triumph clown popol - milo trombone\" is on sale since Friday, September 8, 2017.

It is in the category \"collections-calendars, tickets, posters and old pub posters\". The seller is \"posterstudio-france\" and is located at/in workshop displays mill port salomon damiatte. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.

  1. : 44 x 32 cm
  2. modified object: no
  3. impression: color
  4. : retro (1900-1979)
  5. manufacturing country: france
  6. theme: old circus poster

Original Affiche Poster Circus Circus Triumph Clown Popol - Milo Trombone   Original Affiche Poster Circus Circus Triumph Clown Popol - Milo Trombone