Peter Greenaway: Artworks, 63-98
Morality plays were the main form of theatre in England between about 1400 and 1600. They usually portrayed a representative Christian figure locked in spiritual conflict. They have recently been revived as early examples of living theatre.
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100 Allegories 1991 Mixed media 1992 Photograph 66x45 Private collection Allegories to Represent anecdotes approx artist Audience of Macon body British Film Institute camera card 66x45 Private card 81 Catalogue published Chinese Wallet cinema collage collage on hardboard Collage on paper colour Dear Phone Draughtsman's Contract drawings Drowning by Numbers example excitement fascination figure film maker flatbed picture plane footage football frame Greenaway's grid Group exhibition half Women hardboard ideas Interview with Peter Kitaj Land art London Louis Andriessen media on card media on paper Michael Nyman Mixed media Modernist Monthly Film Bulletin Museum narrative Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery Noughts Oil and collage Oil on hardboard ORGANISING PRINCIPLES painter painting perhaps perspective Peter Greenaway Private collection Plate Prospero's Allegories Prospero's Books Represent the World Review of exhibition script Solo exhibition space stellarscapes text on card TV Dante Vertical Features Remake visual Walk Through H Water