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Designs, possibly for a stage set, showing a church interior planned centrally around a catafalque or altar

RIBA20828
Massazza, Giovanni Battista (fl. 1731-1735)
NOTES: Giovanni Battista Massazza was recorded as a woodworker who in 1735 received a contract to execute Filippo Juvarra's design for a funeral monument for the Princess Polizena of Hesse in Turin cathedral. This drawing is in the style of Juvarra.

Architectural cappriccio depicting a piazza featuring an arcade, an obelisk and statuary, with fragments of stonework shown in the foreground

RIBA21194
NOTES: This composition, by an artist of the School of Bibiena, may have been drawn by a non-Italian or possibly by an Italian artist working in Germany in about 1750. It appears to derive from Giuseppe Bibiena's designs and possibly quotes in part from a stage design engraved as plate 7 in Part I of his 'Architettura e Prospettive' (1740), as well as from his designs for imaginary piazzas.

Design for a mausoleum possibly intended as a stage set

RIBA21214
Badiali, Giuseppe (1798-1859)
NOTES: This drawing has been attributed to Giuseppe Badiali.

Design for Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London: cross section showing proscenium and part of auditorium

RIBA21428
Wyatt, Benjamin Dean (1775-1855)
NOTES: Wyatt's newly designed Theatre Royal replaced the previous theatre, which had burned down in 1809.

Forum of Minerva, possibly intended as a stage set

RIBA22098
NOTES: This drawing is by an unidentified 18th century English architect.

Design for a stage set: elevation and section of archways supported on Ionic columns and pilasters

RIBA22208
NOTES: This drawing is by an unidentified 18th century Italian architect.

Unifinished design for a domed church interior from the nave looking towards apse

RIBA22210
NOTES: This drawing is by an unidentified 18th century Italian architect.

Three sketches for Baroque altars and altar tops

RIBA22213
NOTES: This drawing is by an unidentified 18th century Italian architect. The verso of the drawing includes a sketch of an archway.

Design for a stage set featuring arches and a staircase

RIBA22214
Massazza, Giovanni Battista (fl. 1731-1735)

Design for stage sets: two sketches for proscenium arches

RIBA22215
NOTES: This drawing is by an unidentified 18th century Italian architect.
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