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Nude with Violin By Noël Coward,

  • Title: Nude with Violin
  • Author: Noël Coward
  • ISBN: 9780573013157
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Paperback
  • Noel Coward attempts to satirize modern art in a comedy about the death of an artist whose work was, in fact, painted by at least three others It opened in 1954 and was slated by many critics but ran for a year in London.
    Nude with Violin Noel Coward attempts to satirize modern art in a comedy about the death of an artist whose work was in fact painted by at least three others It opened in and was slated by many critics but ran

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    1. bbc programmes b055f6vqDescription In Paris 1956, artist Paul Sorodin dies His hoax on the art world shocks his family, but his valet knows all Stars Aubrey Woods The Diaries4 Blithe Spirit5 Private Lives3 Present Laughter2 The Vortex3 Brief Encounter2 This Happy Breed3 Nude with ViolinCR Suite in Three Keys

    2. Nude with Violin by Noel CowardThe play is not spectacular but can be enjoyed.The play exposes a point of view that I share.It is a critique of modern art and a look at the way we sometimes overvalue work that is not really so magnificent.While I was listening to the play, I thought of Damien Hirst and his famous dead animals, cut in half and exposed as works of art.Of course, trying to define especially modern art is no easy task and experts know better than the amateurs But I just happen to fe [...]

    3. The story follows a family who is mourning their father, a world renowned painter of fine art They discover secrets thanks to the butler, who seems to have too many skeletons in his closet At times it is funny, but it feels quite dated when performed on the stage.

    4. This was just ok for me I would like to see it performed live sometime though The subtle humor would play out well onstage.

    5. A nice, fun, light read Coward has a breezy, commandingly humorous voice and his skewering of the modern art movement would be a great evening of comic theater.

    6. Funny little play with lots of that clever repartee that you seldom see now Maybe I don t read enough plays any, but this one reminds me of plays from the 60s a lot of double entendre and witty remarks It was a nice change of pace for me Not serious at all.

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