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Opera Greetings Card Collection

Introducing the Opera collection from Media Storehouse - a captivating assortment of greeting cards inspired by the enchanting world of Paris, France, and the iconic Opera House. Each card is a work of art, featuring intricate designs and vibrant colors that transport you to the heart of Europe's cultural hub. Perfect for expressing your deepest sentiments, these cards are a thoughtful and elegant way to brighten someone's day. Whether it's for a special occasion or just to say hello, the Opera collection from Media Storehouse is sure to leave a lasting impression.

Opera is a form of musical theatre that originated in Europe during the 17th century, and is traditionally performed in an opera house

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Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Le chevalier aux fleurs (The Knight of the Flowers), 1894

Le chevalier aux fleurs (The Knight of the Flowers), 1894. Found in the Collection of the Musee d Orsay, Paris

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Opera House Plan

Opera House Plan
circa 1865: A floor plan of the Paris Opera house. The building was designed by architect Charles Garnier and opened in 1875

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Music / Opera / Verdi / Aida

Music / Opera / Verdi / Aida
AIDA Mlle Soyer as Amneris in a production at the Academie Nationale de Musique, Paris

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: N : Cleopatre Diane de Merode, called Cleo de Merode, dancer from la Belle Epoque

N : Cleopatre Diane de Merode, called Cleo de Merode, dancer from la Belle Epoque
DUV4221540 N : Cleopatre Diane de Merode, called Cleo de Merode, dancer from la Belle Epoque, trained at the Opera de Paris - Theatre des Folies Bergere, Paris - Alphabet in postcard

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: The Dance Class, 1873-74 (oil on canvas)

The Dance Class, 1873-74 (oil on canvas)
XOS1127595 The Dance Class, 1873-74 (oil on canvas) by Degas, Edgar (1834-1917); 83.5x77.2 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: Class conducted by Jules Perrot)

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: In a Theatre Box

In a Theatre Box
In a box at the Opera Comique, Paris, their evening dresses by Molyneux (2), Beer and Premet can hardly be seen : but when the interval comes, things will be different

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Margot Fonteyn, Rudolf Nureyev and Princess Grace of Monaco

Margot Fonteyn, Rudolf Nureyev and Princess Grace of Monaco
Margot Fonteyn (R) speaks 02 July 1968 with Soviet born ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev (C) and Princess Grace of Monaco in front of the stage setting for the Third International Ballet Festival in

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: The Valkyrie

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

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Advert for Soiree perfume as used by Lilan Davies

Advert for Soiree perfume as used by Lilan Davies, the opera singer, 1926 Date: 1926

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Garnier Opera House, Paris

Garnier Opera House, Paris
Antique illustration of a Garnier Opera House, Paris

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Joseph Isidore Samson (1793-1871) in the role of Figaro in The Barber of Seville

Joseph Isidore Samson (1793-1871) in the role of Figaro in The Barber of Seville
XIR172277 Joseph Isidore Samson (1793-1871) in the role of Figaro in The Barber of Seville, engraved by Choubard (fl.1810-30) (coloured engraving) by Lecurieux (19th century)

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Opera / Paris / 1905 / Inside

Opera / Paris / 1905 / Inside
The main staircase of the Paris Opera House called l escalier d Honneur. Date: circa 1900

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Maggie Teyte / Theatre 07

Maggie Teyte / Theatre 07
MAGGIE TEYTE (Maggie Tate) English operatic soprano, seen here in the role of Glycere in Circe at the Opera Comique, Paris

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Verdi conducts Aida

Verdi conducts Aida
Giuseppe Verdi conducts his Aida at the Paris Opera, 1880

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: The Opera House, Paris, France

The Opera House, Paris, France. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Palais Garner / Opera Garnier, Paris, France

Palais Garner / Opera Garnier, Paris, France
Palais Garner/Opera Garnier, Paris, France

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Sacre Coeur & Notre Dame de Lorette, Paris, France

Sacre Coeur & Notre Dame de Lorette, Paris, France Sacre Coeur & Notre Dame de Lorette, Paris, France FRANCE-PARIS-Opera: View of Sacre Coeur & Notre Dame de Lorette Churches / Evening © Walter

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: La Loge (The Theatre Box), 1874. Artist: Renoir, Pierre Auguste (1841-1919)

La Loge (The Theatre Box), 1874. Artist: Renoir, Pierre Auguste (1841-1919)
La Loge (The Theatre Box), 1874. Found in the collection of the Courtauld Institute of Art, London

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: France, Paris, Sketch of costume for flamenco dancers for Carmen by Georges Bizet

France, Paris, Sketch of costume for flamenco dancers for Carmen by Georges Bizet
Sketch by Multzer of one of the costumes for the flamenco dancers for the first performance of Carmen, by Georges Bizet at the Opera Comique Theater in Paris (March 3rd 1875)

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Costume design for a Ballets Russes production of Scheherazade (colour litho)

Costume design for a Ballets Russes production of Scheherazade (colour litho)
6030994 Costume design for a Ballets Russes production of Scheherazade (colour litho) by Bakst, Leon (1866-1924) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: The interior of the Paris Opera showing Le Bal du Grand Prix

The interior of the Paris Opera showing Le Bal du Grand Prix (1925) Date: 1925

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Mme. Larina, from the opera Eugene Onegin by Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky (1840-93)

Mme. Larina, from the opera Eugene Onegin by Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky (1840-93)
XJL158459 Mme. Larina, from the opera Eugene Onegin by Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky (1840-93) (gouache on paper) by French School, (19th century); Bibliotheque de l Opera Garnier, Paris

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: France, Paris, attic room, set design for act III in opera La boheme by Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)

France, Paris, attic room, set design for act III in opera La boheme by Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)
Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924), La bohA

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: The ballerina Emilie Bigottini 1784-1858

The ballerina Emilie Bigottini 1784-1858 dancing in the opera Nina, o sia la pazza per amore (Nina or the girl driven mad by love) by Giovanni Paisiello at the Opera Theatre, Paris, 1816

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: The Opera, Paris, 1875-80 (litho)

The Opera, Paris, 1875-80 (litho)
992376 The Opera, Paris, 1875-80 (litho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: L Opera. The Palais Garnier is a 1, 979-seat opera house)

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Manuscript page from the score of Les Huguenots

Manuscript page from the score of Les Huguenots
XOT366590 Manuscript page from the score of Les Huguenots by Meyerbeer, Giacomo (1791-1864); Biblioteca Civica Bertoliana, Vicenza

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Madame Malibran (1808-36) in the Role of Desdemona, 1830 (oil on canvas)

Madame Malibran (1808-36) in the Role of Desdemona, 1830 (oil on canvas)
XIR161035 Madame Malibran (1808-36) in the Role of Desdemona, 1830 (oil on canvas) by Decaisne, Henri (1799-1852); Musee de la Vie Romantique, Paris

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: France, Paris, Costume sketch for Tosca in act II inopera tosca by Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)

France, Paris, Costume sketch for Tosca in act II inopera tosca by Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)
Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924), " Tosca". Costume sketch for Tosca by Jacques Noel, act III, for a performance at Paris OpA

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: France, Paris, Sketch of costume for Michaela for Carmen by Georges Bizet

France, Paris, Sketch of costume for Michaela for Carmen by Georges Bizet
Sketch by Multzer of one of the costumes for Michaela, for the first performance of Carmen, by Georges Bizet at the Opera Comique Theater in Paris (March 3rd 1875)

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Wagner / Materna / Kikeriki

Wagner / Materna / Kikeriki
RICHARD WAGNER German composer, with the celebrated opera singer Mme Materna, taking part in a Wagnerian performance on a hot day in Paris in 1890

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Costume design for a Ballets Russes production of Scheherazade (colour litho)

Costume design for a Ballets Russes production of Scheherazade (colour litho)
6030985 Costume design for a Ballets Russes production of Scheherazade (colour litho) by Bakst, Leon (1866-1924) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Poster for 'Madame Butterfly 'and child with American flag

Poster for "Madame Butterfly "and child with American flag
LSE4093280 Poster for " Madame Butterfly " and child with American flag, poster for the opera by Giacomo Puccini, n.d. deb. 20th S.Ricordi editore

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Les Choristes (The Chorus Singers), 1877. Creator: Degas, Edgar (1834-1917)

Les Choristes (The Chorus Singers), 1877. Creator: Degas, Edgar (1834-1917)
Les Choristes (The Chorus Singers), 1877. Found in the Collection of Musee d Orsay, Paris

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Headgear designed for Ida Rubinstein in the ballet Scheharazade, 1910

Headgear designed for Ida Rubinstein in the ballet Scheharazade, 1910. Found in the collection of Bibliotheque-Musee de l Opera Garnier, Paris

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Aida by Verdi

Aida by Verdi
AIDA the triumph of Rhadames, Act 2: first Paris performance, at the Paris Opera Date: 1880

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Portrait of Charles Garnier, from Galerie Contemporaine, c. 1865 (b / w photo)

Portrait of Charles Garnier, from Galerie Contemporaine, c. 1865 (b / w photo)
XIR887496 Portrait of Charles Garnier, from Galerie Contemporaine, c.1865 (b/w photo) by Adam-Salomon, Antoine-Samuel (1818-81); Archives Larousse, Paris

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Verdi Falstaff Paris

Verdi Falstaff Paris
GIUSEPPE VERDI the Italian opera composer rehearsing Falstaff at Paris in 1894 Date: 1813-1901

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Stage Effects / Prompt

Stage Effects / Prompt
Cross-section of the stage (and below) at l Opera, Paris, showing the Prompt in his box

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Louis-Marie Pilet, Cellist in the Orchestra of the Paris Opera, 1868-1869

Louis-Marie Pilet, Cellist in the Orchestra of the Paris Opera, 1868-1869. Artist: Degas, Edgar (1834-1917)
Louis-Marie Pilet, Cellist in the Orchestra of the Paris Opera, 1868-1869. Found in the collection of the Musee d Orsay, Paris

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: The Opera Orchestra, c. 1870 (oil on canvas)

The Opera Orchestra, c. 1870 (oil on canvas)
XIR16124 The Opera Orchestra, c.1870 (oil on canvas) by Degas, Edgar (1834-1917); 56.5x46 cm; Musee d Orsay, Paris, France; French, out of copyright

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Facade of L Opera de Paris, illuminated at night, Paris, France, Europe

Facade of L Opera de Paris, illuminated at night, Paris, France, Europe

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: LIGHTING AT L OPERA 1887

LIGHTING AT L OPERA 1887
The illumination of the new stage lighting and gas and electric lights at l Opera, Paris

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Puccini / Boheme / Paris

Puccini / Boheme / Paris
LA BOHEME assorted scenes from the first Paris performance

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Social / Paris Opera 1912

Social / Paris Opera 1912
The audience arrives at the Opera, Paris Date: circa 1912

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Tonights The Night by Fred Thomson

Tonights The Night by Fred Thomson
Promotional postcard for Tonights The Night by Fred Thomson from Les Dominos Roses by Alfred Hennequin & Alfred Delacour (Theatre du Vaudeville, Paris, 17th April 1876); music Paul Rubens

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Europe, France, Paris. Interior of Paris Opera house

Europe, France, Paris. Interior of Paris Opera house. Credit as: Bill Young / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: Opera Garnier, Paris, France, Europe

Opera Garnier, Paris, France, Europe

Background imageOpera Greetings Card Collection: The Three Graces, 1872. Creator: Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux

The Three Graces, 1872. Creator: Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
The Three Graces, 1872. The Graces, often three in number, were goddesses who represented such qualities as charm, beauty, and creativity



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Opera Greetings Card Collection

Opera is a form of musical theatre that originated in Europe during the 17th century, and is traditionally performed in an opera house, such as the Palais Garnier in Paris, France. Opera combines music, drama, and dance to tell stories through song and movement. The main characters are typically sung by professional opera singers who use their voices to convey emotion and character development. The orchestra provides accompaniment for the singers and helps to create atmosphere throughout the performance. Opera has been popular for centuries due to its combination of art forms that can be both entertaining and emotionally moving. It continues to be a popular form of entertainment today with many performances taking place all over Europe each year.
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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 Opera collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards. Our collection features breathtaking images of the iconic Paris Opera House in France. Each piece captures the grandeur and beauty of this magnificent building with its ornate architecture and rich history. Whether you are looking to add a touch of elegance to your home or office décor or searching for unique gift ideas for friends and family members who appreciate fine art, the Opera collection has something for everyone. From classic black-and-white photographs to vibrant color images that showcase every detail of this architectural masterpiece, there is no shortage of options to choose from. With high-quality printing techniques that ensure vivid colors and sharp details on each piece, the Opera collection offers an exceptional way to bring a little bit of Parisian charm into your life.
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What are Opera (Paris France Europe) art prints?

Opera art prints are high-quality reproductions of iconic images related to the Paris Opera House. These prints showcase the stunning architecture and intricate details of this historic building, which has been a symbol of French culture for over 150 years. The Paris Opera House is renowned for its opulent decor, including its grand staircase, ornate chandeliers, and colorful ceiling paintings. Many artists have captured these features in their work, creating beautiful pieces that celebrate the beauty and elegance of this landmark. Opera art prints are perfect for anyone who loves French culture or appreciates fine art. They make great additions to any home or office space and can be displayed on their own or as part of a larger collection. Whether you're looking to add some sophistication to your living room or want to give a unique gift to someone special, Opera art prints from Media Storehouse are an excellent choice.
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What Opera (Paris France Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Opera art prints from Paris, France, Europe. These prints capture the beauty and grandeur of some of the most famous opera houses in the world such as Palais Garnier and Opéra Bastille. The collection includes stunning photographs showcasing intricate details of these iconic buildings, including their ornate interiors and exteriors. In addition to architectural shots, Media Storehouse also features images that depict live performances on stage. These include captivating scenes from popular operas like Carmen or La Traviata. Whether you are an avid opera fan or simply appreciate fine art photography, there is something for everyone in this collection. The Opera art prints available at Media Storehouse come in various sizes and formats to suit your preferences. They make excellent additions to any home or office décor and can be framed to match your personal style. With so many options available, finding the perfect piece has never been easier.
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To purchase Opera art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. Once you have found the print that you would like to buy, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information. We offer a variety of sizes and framing options for their art prints, so be sure to select the one that best fits your needs. We also offer a range of paper types including fine art paper and photographic paper. If you have any questions about the ordering process or need assistance selecting a print, we have customer service representatives available via phone or email who are happy to help. With our easy-to-use website and high-quality selection of artwork, purchasing Opera art prints from Media Storehouse is simple and convenient.
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How much do Opera (Paris France Europe) art prints cost?

As a provider of Opera art prints, we offer a wide range of options to choose from. The cost of these prints can vary depending on factors such as the size, quality and type of print chosen. However, you can expect to find affordable prices for their desired Opera art prints. Media Storehouse is committed to providing high-quality products that meet the needs and preferences of its customers. Whether you are looking for classic or contemporary Opera art prints, there is something for everyone at Media Storehouse. You can browse through an extensive collection of Opera art prints online and select their preferred option based on personal taste and budget. With competitive pricing and excellent customer service, Media Storehouse ensures that every purchase made by its customers is worth it in terms of both quality and value for money.
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We take great care in ensuring that your Opera art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. All of our prints are carefully packaged using high-quality materials to ensure that they arrive at your doorstep in pristine condition. We use reliable delivery services to ship your order directly to you. Depending on the size and destination of your order, we may use a variety of shipping methods including standard mail or courier services. Rest assured that we will keep you informed throughout the entire process, from the moment your order is placed until it arrives at its final destination. We understand how important it is for our customers to receive their orders promptly and efficiently, which is why we strive to provide fast and reliable shipping options for all of our products. So sit back, relax, and let us take care of delivering your beautiful Opera art prints right to your door.