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Theatre and Opera Framed Print Collection

Step into the world of grandeur and elegance with our Theatre and Opera Framed Prints collection. Each piece showcases the beauty and emotion of the performing arts, capturing the essence of a live performance in stunning detail. From the ornate architecture of an opera house to the passionate expressions of performers on stage, these framed prints are a breathtaking addition to any home or office space. Perfect for art lovers and theatre enthusiasts alike, these high-quality prints are sure to evoke a sense of wonder and inspiration with every glance. Bring the magic of the theatre into your daily life with our Theatre and Opera Framed Prints collection.

Theatre and opera are two forms of performing arts that have been around for centuries

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44 Framed Prints

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Wotans Farewell

Wotans Farewell
WOTANS ABSCHIED Wotans farewell to Brunnhilde

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Bayreuth 1951

Bayreuth 1951
A minimalist production at the Buhnenfestspiele, Bayreuth 1951 - Brunnhilde confronts Wotan in the middle of nowhere

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Lohengrin Arrives

Lohengrin Arrives
Lohengrin arrives in a boat drawn by Elsas brother Godfrey, who has been transformed by Ortruds witchcraft into a swan

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Madame Butterfly

Madame Butterfly
Cover of the score of Madame Butterfly by Puccini

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: La Boheme Opera Score by Giacomo Puccini

La Boheme Opera Score by Giacomo Puccini

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Tristan & Isolde (Price)

Tristan & Isolde (Price)
The lovers in the forest

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Puccini / Turandot

Puccini / Turandot
Portrait of Princess Turandot

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Tosca - Music Cover

Tosca - Music Cover
Sarah Bernhardt in the title role of Puccinis Tosca

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Advert / Verdi Opera 1953

Advert / Verdi Opera 1953
Verdi Festival at Verona, in the course of which we shall watch performances of Aida, Il Trovatore and La Forza del Destino

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Beggars Opera Poster

Beggars Opera Poster
Poster for production at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith (London)

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Mikado / Music Sheet 2

Mikado / Music Sheet 2
featuring the Mikado in person

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Mikado / Music Sheet

Mikado / Music Sheet
Three little maids from school Date: first produced 1885

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Wagner / Dutchmans Ship

Wagner / Dutchmans Ship
The red-sailed ship of the Flying Dutchman

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Dancing Girl / 1895

Dancing Girl / 1895
A dancing girl with tambourine and ribbons - the back cover of a programme for the Empire Theatre of Varieties, London

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Advert / Gaiety Girl 1896

Advert / Gaiety Girl 1896
Poster for A Gaiety Girl

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Star and Stargazer 1926

Star and Stargazer 1926
THE STAR AND THE STAR-GAZER An actress in her dressing room receives a friendly visit from a lover of the theatre

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: The Valkyrie

The Valkyrie
Die Walkure, (The Valkyrie) Agnes Borgo as Brunnhilde, at the Paris Opera

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Ballet Russses / Cover

Ballet Russses / Cover
Cover programme design for Col de. Basils Ballet Russes, at the Royal Opera House at Covent Garden, for June-September 1936

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Couple at Opera C1875

Couple at Opera C1875
Anticipation: an engaged couple in their box at the opera - she is still wondering whether he loves her

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Offenbach Hoffmann

Offenbach Hoffmann
(The Tales of Hoffmann) The closing scene of the Venetian episode : Hoffmann watches as Guilietta goes off with another lover

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Lady and 3 Admirers

Lady and 3 Admirers
A lady and three attendant males in a theatre box

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: The Queen's Theatre and Opera-house, Edinburgh, 1857. Creator: Unknown

The Queen's Theatre and Opera-house, Edinburgh, 1857. Creator: Unknown
The Queen's Theatre and Opera-house, Edinburgh, 1857. This newly-built theatre, designed by Mr. Bryce, is considered to be creditable to the taste and skill of the architect

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Ivory pass for Kings Theatre and Opera House, London Haymarket, 1795 (ivory)

Ivory pass for Kings Theatre and Opera House, London Haymarket, 1795 (ivory)
2959898 Ivory pass for Kings Theatre and Opera House, London Haymarket, 1795 (ivory) by English School, (18th century); Timothy Millett Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Foundation Stone for New Brixton Theatre 1894

Foundation Stone for New Brixton Theatre 1894
Henry Irving laying the foundation stone of the new Brixton Theatre and Opera House. Built by theatre architect, Frank Matcham

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: The Queens Theatre and Opera-House, Edinburgh (engraving)

The Queens Theatre and Opera-House, Edinburgh (engraving)
1587334 The Queens Theatre and Opera-House, Edinburgh (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Queens Theatre and Opera-House, Edinburgh)

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Floor plan for the Teatro Santi Giovanni e Paolo in Venice, designed by Carlo Fontana

Floor plan for the Teatro Santi Giovanni e Paolo in Venice, designed by Carlo Fontana
3318672 Floor plan for the Teatro Santi Giovanni e Paolo in Venice, designed by Carlo Fontana, 1654 (ink in paper) by Bezzi, Tomaso (fl.1650); Courtesy of the Trustees of Sir John Soanes Museum

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Ivory pass for Kings Theatre and Opera House, London Haymarket, 1795 (ivory)

Ivory pass for Kings Theatre and Opera House, London Haymarket, 1795 (ivory)
2959897 Ivory pass for Kings Theatre and Opera House, London Haymarket, 1795 (ivory) by English School, (18th century); Timothy Millett Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Advert / Cinderella 1896

Advert / Cinderella 1896
Cinderella arrives at the ball, the footmen bow deferentially, the major-domo waves her in

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Advert / Gay Parisienne

Advert / Gay Parisienne
Poster for The Gay Parisienne

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Advert / Little Christophe

Advert / Little Christophe
Poster for Little Christopher, Garden Theatre, New York

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Faust Courts Marguerite

Faust Courts Marguerite
FAUST Faust courts Marguerite in her garden

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Alhambra Chorus Line

Alhambra Chorus Line
A chorus line at the Alhambra theatre

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Sarah Payne, Judi Trott and Patrick Mower in Dick Whittington

Sarah Payne, Judi Trott and Patrick Mower in Dick Whittington, the pantomime at the Tyne Theatre and Opera House. c.1980

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Sarah Payne, Judi Trott and Patrick Mower in Dick Whittington

Sarah Payne, Judi Trott and Patrick Mower in Dick Whittington, the pantomime at the Tyne Theatre and Opera House

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Grand Theatre, Woolwich

Grand Theatre, Woolwich
Promotional postcard showing the facade of the Grand Theatre Woolwich. Considering the size of its employed population and the substantial army presence

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Advertisement for Grand Theatre, Woolwich, SE London

Advertisement for Grand Theatre, Woolwich, SE London
Advertisement for Grand Theatre and Opera House, Woolwich, south east London, with a photo of the interior. Date: circa 1905

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Prince of Wales Theatre, Liverpool, 1866

Prince of Wales Theatre, Liverpool, 1866
The New Prince of Wales Theatre and Opera House, Lime Street, Liverpool in the year that it first opened. Later the building would be pulled down

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: View of the Grand Theatre, Warsaw, engraved by Adam Pilinski (1810-87) (engraving)

View of the Grand Theatre, Warsaw, engraved by Adam Pilinski (1810-87) (engraving)
XJF265829 View of the Grand Theatre, Warsaw, engraved by Adam Pilinski (1810-87) (engraving) (b/w photo) by Corazzi, Antonio (1792-1877) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Metropole Theatre

Metropole Theatre
circa 1879: Publicity material for the Metropole Theatre and Opera House at Camberwell, London, owned and managed by J B Mulholland

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Russian Opera at Paris

Russian Opera at Paris
Russian opera - headed by the singer Chaliapin - visits Paris

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: HER MAJESTY S, 1809

HER MAJESTY S, 1809
In the Haymarket, London, this is at this time the largest theatre in Britain : used only for opera productions, it is known simply as The Opera House

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: The Forty Theives by Ian Query

The Forty Theives by Ian Query
Promotional postcard for The Forty Thieves by Ian Query, Artist: Will True. The image shows a flier for shows at the Borough Theatre and Opera House, Stratford East, London. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: SCOTLAND: THEATRE, 1857. The Queens Theatre and Opera House at Edinburgh, Scotland

SCOTLAND: THEATRE, 1857. The Queens Theatre and Opera House at Edinburgh, Scotland. Wood engraving, English, 1857

Background imageTheatre and Opera Framed Print Collection: Music / Opera / Mozart

Music / Opera / Mozart
DON GIOVANNI The Commendatore accepts the Dons supper invitation


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Theatre and Opera Framed Print Collection

Theatre and opera are two forms of performing arts that have been around for centuries. Theatre involves live performances of plays, musicals, and other dramatic works in front of an audience. It often includes acting, singing, dancing, and elaborate sets and costumes. Opera is a form of theatre that focuses on music and singing as the primary means of storytelling. It typically features large orchestras and choruses along with solo singers who perform in a language other than English. Both theatre and opera require skilled performers who can convey emotion through their voices or physical movements to create a powerful experience for audiences.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Theatre and Opera collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning selection of wall art and framed prints that capture the beauty, drama, and elegance of these two iconic performing arts. Our collection features a wide range of images, from classic productions to modern interpretations, showcasing the rich history and diversity of theatre and opera. From colorful stage sets to intricate costumes, each piece in our collection is carefully curated to showcase the unique style and creativity that goes into bringing these performances to life. Whether you're a fan of grand operas or intimate plays, there's something for everyone in this impressive collection. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials such as fine art paper or canvas, these pieces are sure to make an impact in any room they're displayed in. Perfect for adding a touch of sophistication to your home or office decor, the Theatre and Opera collection from Media Storehouse is a must-have for any lover of the arts.
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What are Theatre and Opera (Arts) art prints?

Theatre and Opera art prints are a collection of high-quality reproductions of famous artworks related to theatre and opera. These prints capture the beauty, drama, and emotion of live performances in stunning detail. They feature iconic scenes from some of the world's most beloved plays, musicals, operas, ballets, and other theatrical productions. These art prints showcase the creativity and talent of renowned artists who have captured these moments on canvas or paper. The collection includes works by famous painters like Edgar Degas, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Pablo Picasso as well as photographers such as George Hurrell. Theatre and Opera art prints are perfect for anyone who loves theatre or opera or wants to add a touch of elegance to their home decor. They make great gifts for fans of these performing arts too. Whether you're looking for classic images from Shakespearean plays or contemporary pieces inspired by modern productions - there is something here for everyone.
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What Theatre and Opera (Arts) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Theatre and Opera art prints that are perfect for any lover of the arts. You can choose from a variety of stunning images featuring famous productions, iconic performers, and breathtaking stage designs. Whether you're looking for classic black and white photographs or vibrant color prints, we have something to suit every taste. Some popular options include prints featuring legendary actors such as Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh in their most famous roles, as well as striking images of opera singers like Maria Callas and Luciano Pavarotti performing on stage. There are also many beautiful depictions of set designs from some of the world's most beloved productions. With so many incredible options available, it's easy to find the perfect Theatre or Opera art print to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your home or office décor.
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How do I buy Theatre and Opera (Arts) art prints?

To buy Theatre and Opera art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images featuring iconic performances, actors, and sets. Once you have found the print that you want to purchase, simply select the size and framing options that suit your preferences. We offer a range of framing styles to choose from including classic wood frames or contemporary metal frames. You can also opt for unframed prints if you prefer to frame them yourself. Once you have made your selection, proceed to checkout where you will be prompted to enter your payment details. We accept all major credit cards as well as PayPal payments. After completing your order, your print will be carefully packaged and shipped directly to your door. Whether it's for personal enjoyment or as a gift for someone special, buying Theatre and Opera art prints from Media Storehouse is an easy and convenient way to add some culture into any space.
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How much do Theatre and Opera (Arts) art prints cost?

The cost of Theatre and Opera art prints can vary depending on a number of factors such as the artist, size, and quality of the print. Generally speaking, limited edition prints tend to be more expensive than open edition prints due to their rarity. Additionally, larger sized prints may also come with a higher price tag. When it comes to purchasing Theatre and Opera art prints from Media Storehouse, there are a variety of options available at different price points. You can choose from a range of sizes and finishes including framed or unframed options. Ultimately, the cost of Theatre and Opera art prints will depend on individual preferences and budget constraints. However, we offer a wide selection at varying prices so that you can find something that fits their needs without breaking the bank.
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How will my Theatre and Opera (Arts) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Theatre and Opera art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives safely and securely. Your print will be carefully rolled and placed inside a sturdy tube, which is then sealed with protective caps at both ends. We work with trusted shipping partners who specialize in the safe delivery of fragile items such as art prints. Once your order has been dispatched, you will receive a tracking number so that you can monitor its progress. When your package arrives, it's important to handle it with care. Remove the protective caps from each end of the tube and gently unroll your print onto a flat surface. If necessary, allow some time for any creases or curls to relax before framing or displaying. We are committed to providing our customers with high-quality products and excellent service every step of the way.