The stock characters of Italian comedy gather in this Rococo fantasy by Marcellus Laroon the Younger. Inconsistencies in tone, saturation and lighting contribute to the uncanny mood of the piece. The son of a Dutch-born painter and engraver, Laroon frequented the world of actors and artists around London’s Covent Garden, and is said to have painted for pleasure, rather than profit.
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Marcellus Laroon the Younger : “Scene in a Park, with Figures from the Commedia dell’Arte (A Harliquinade)” (c. 1735)
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