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Opera is a form of musical theatre that originated in Germany and Europe during the 17th century

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Background imageOpera Collection: The Palace of the Queen of the Night, set design for The Magic Flute by

The Palace of the Queen of the Night, set design for The Magic Flute by
XPH73638 The Palace of the Queen of the Night, set design for The Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91) for a production in Berlin, 1816 (w/c) by Schinkel

Background imageOpera Collection: Italy, Milan, Scene from Valkyrie (1870) by Richard Wagner (1813-1883)

Italy, Milan, Scene from Valkyrie (1870) by Richard Wagner (1813-1883)
Germany - 19th century. Scene from The Valkyrie (1870) by Richard Wagner (1813-1883)

Background imageOpera Collection: Valkyrie (1st Act): Sieglinde and her brother Siegmund

Valkyrie (1st Act): Sieglinde and her brother Siegmund. Private Collection

Background imageOpera Collection: The Rhine Maidens obtain possession of the ring and bear it off in triumph, 1924

The Rhine Maidens obtain possession of the ring and bear it off in triumph, 1924. Illustration from Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods

Background imageOpera Collection: Poster for the Opera Iris by Pietro Mascagni, 1898

Poster for the Opera Iris by Pietro Mascagni, 1898. From a private collection

Background imageOpera Collection: Punch cartoon: A Warning - Wagners Ring Cycle (engraving)

Punch cartoon: A Warning - Wagners Ring Cycle (engraving)
6034909 Punch cartoon: A Warning - Wagners Ring Cycle (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Punch cartoon: A Warning - Wagners Ring Cycle)

Background imageOpera Collection: Germany, Bayreuth, Scenic design for Temple of the Holy Grail

Germany, Bayreuth, Scenic design for Temple of the Holy Grail, first act of Parsifal by Richard Wagner
Paul von Joukowsky (1845-1912), Max Bruckner (1836-1918) and Gotthold Bruckner (1844-1892), scenic design for the Temple of the Holy Grail, first act of Parsifal (1882) by Richard Wagner (1813-1883)

Background imageOpera Collection: Vienna State Opera House, c. 1869 (engraving)

Vienna State Opera House, c. 1869 (engraving)
XAM79078 Vienna State Opera House, c.1869 (engraving) by Alt, Rudolph von (1812-1905); Wien Museum Karlsplatz, Vienna, Austria; Austrian, out of copyright

Background imageOpera Collection: Christmas market, Opera Palace, Berlin, Germany, Europe

Christmas market, Opera Palace, Berlin, Germany, Europe

Background imageOpera Collection: Der Ring des Nibelungen, 1897

Der Ring des Nibelungen, 1897. Private Collection

Background imageOpera Collection: The Walkuren (Valkyrien), ca 1899

The Walkuren (Valkyrien), ca 1899. Found in the Collection of Biblioteca de Catalunya

Background imageOpera Collection: Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (b / w photo)

Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (b / w photo)
3637533 Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Royal Opera House, Covent Garden)

Background imageOpera Collection: Vasco da Gama and Selika, from Giacomo Meyerbeers opera L Africaine (chromolitho)

Vasco da Gama and Selika, from Giacomo Meyerbeers opera L Africaine (chromolitho)
1093475 Vasco da Gama and Selika, from Giacomo Meyerbeers opera L Africaine (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Vasco da Gama and Selika)

Background imageOpera Collection: Frank Castorfs Der Ring des Nibelungen in Bayreuth, 2013

Frank Castorfs Der Ring des Nibelungen in Bayreuth, 2013. Found in the Collection of Richard Wagner Museum, Bayreuth

Background imageOpera Collection: Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) at the first performance of his opera L Incontro

Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) at the first performance of his opera L Incontro
XTD84131 Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) at the first performance of his opera L Incontro Improvviso in the Esterhazy theatre, 29th August 1775 (w/c on paper) by Travaglia

Background imageOpera Collection: Opera Parsifal by Wagner, 1903 (poster)

Opera Parsifal by Wagner, 1903 (poster)
GIA4769173 Opera Parsifal by Wagner, 1903 (poster) by Palanti, Giuseppe (1881-1946); Private Collection; (add.info.: Poster of Parsifal by Richard Wagner directed by G)

Background imageOpera Collection: An art-deco scene from an opera box, Germany, 1924

An art-deco scene from an opera box, Germany, 1924
An art-deco scene from an opera box, with glamorous 1920s partygoers, Germany, 1924 Date: 1924

Background imageOpera Collection: Scene from Richard Wagners opera, Tannhauser (colour litho)

Scene from Richard Wagners opera, Tannhauser (colour litho)
3641279 Scene from Richard Wagners opera, Tannhauser (colour litho) by Wichera, Raimund Ritter Von Brennerstein (Raimund Wichera) (1862-1925); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageOpera Collection: Amalie Materna (1844-1918) as Brunnhilde in Opera Der Ring des Nibelungen by R. Wagner, 1876

Amalie Materna (1844-1918) as Brunnhilde in Opera Der Ring des Nibelungen by R. Wagner, 1876. Private Collection

Background imageOpera Collection: Richard Strauss (1854-1949). German composer of the late Rom

Richard Strauss (1854-1949). German composer of the late Romantic. Portrait. Photo. Colored

Background imageOpera Collection: Jenny Lind, 1845. Creator: Louis Asher

Jenny Lind, 1845. Creator: Louis Asher
Jenny Lind, 1845

Background imageOpera Collection: Plate 6 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger

Plate 6 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger
Plate 6 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Almanac: Berlin Genealogical Calendar, 1775

Background imageOpera Collection: Plate 3 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger

Plate 3 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger
Plate 3 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Almanac: Berlin Genealogical Calendar, 1775

Background imageOpera Collection: Plate 8 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger

Plate 8 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger
Plate 8 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Almanac: Berlin Genealogical Calendar, 1775

Background imageOpera Collection: AI IMAGE - Portrait of Richard Wagner standing in a concert hall, late 19th century, (2023)

AI IMAGE - Portrait of Richard Wagner standing in a concert hall, late 19th century, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images
AI IMAGE - Portrait of Richard Wagner standing in a concert hall, late 19th century, (2023). Wagner (1813-1883) was a German composer, theatre director, polemicist, and conductor

Background imageOpera Collection: AI IMAGE - Portrait of Richard Wagner standing in a concert hall, late 19th century, (2023)

AI IMAGE - Portrait of Richard Wagner standing in a concert hall, late 19th century, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images
AI IMAGE - Portrait of Richard Wagner standing in a concert hall, late 19th century, (2023). Wagner (1813-1883) was a German composer, theatre director, polemicist, and conductor

Background imageOpera Collection: Mdlle. Titiens, of Her Majesty's Opera, 1876. Creator: Unknown

Mdlle. Titiens, of Her Majesty's Opera, 1876. Creator: Unknown
Mdlle. Titiens, of Her Majesty's Opera, 1876. Engraving of a German opera singer Therese Tietjens, from a photograph by R. Mora, of Broadway, New York. The recent return of Mdlle

Background imageOpera Collection: Caroline Botgorschek, 1839. Creator: Ernst Oertel

Caroline Botgorschek, 1839. Creator: Ernst Oertel
Caroline Botgorschek, 1839

Background imageOpera Collection: Plate 5 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger

Plate 5 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger
Plate 5 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. From almanac: Berlin Genealogical Calendar, 1775

Background imageOpera Collection: Plate 4 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger

Plate 4 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger
Plate 4 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. From almanac: Berlin Genealogical Calendar, 1775

Background imageOpera Collection: Plate 2 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger

Plate 2 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger
Plate 2 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. From almanac: Berlin Genealogical Calendar, 1775

Background imageOpera Collection: Plate 1 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger

Plate 1 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger
Plate 1 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. From almanac: Berlin Genealogical Calendar, 1775

Background imageOpera Collection: Plate 12 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger

Plate 12 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger
Plate 12 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. From almanac: Berlin Genealogical Calendar, 1775

Background imageOpera Collection: Plate 11 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger

Plate 11 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger
Plate 11 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. From almanac: Berlin Genealogical Calendar, 1775

Background imageOpera Collection: Plate 9 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger

Plate 9 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. Creator: Daniel Berger
Plate 9 from The Deserter by Sedaine, 1775. From almanac: Berlin Genealogical Calendar, 1775

Background imageOpera Collection: View of the Opernhaus in Berlin, 1700-1799. Creator: Remondini family

View of the Opernhaus in Berlin, 1700-1799. Creator: Remondini family
View of the Opernhaus in Berlin, 1700-1799. Vista de la Casa Real de l'Opera, hazia el Palacio Real a Berlin'. On the right is St. Hedwig's Cathedral. Attributed to the Remondini family

Background imageOpera Collection: Set design for Opera Tannhäuser by Richard Wagner. Creator: Brückner, Max (Maximilian) (1836-1919)

Set design for Opera Tannhäuser by Richard Wagner. Creator: Brückner, Max (Maximilian) (1836-1919)
Set design for Opera Tannhauser by Richard Wagner. Private Collection

Background imageOpera Collection: Tannhäuser and Venus in the Venusberg. Creator: Leeke, Ferdinand (1859-1937)

Tannhäuser and Venus in the Venusberg. Creator: Leeke, Ferdinand (1859-1937)
Tannhauser and Venus in the Venusberg. Private Collection

Background imageOpera Collection: The Valkyrie. Creator: Sandberg, Johan Gustaf (1782-1854)

The Valkyrie. Creator: Sandberg, Johan Gustaf (1782-1854)
The Valkyrie. Private Collection

Background imageOpera Collection: The Nibelungen's End - The Death of Kriemhild, 1845. Creator: Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld

The Nibelungen's End - The Death of Kriemhild, 1845. Creator: Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld
The Nibelungen's End - The Death of Kriemhild, 1845

Background imageOpera Collection: Hagen Leaves Siegfried's Body to be Carried Home from the Forest, n.d

Hagen Leaves Siegfried's Body to be Carried Home from the Forest, n.d. Creator: Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld
Hagen Leaves Siegfried's Body to be Carried Home from the Forest, n.d

Background imageOpera Collection: Mademoiselle Johanna Wagner as 'Romeo', at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Mademoiselle Johanna Wagner as "Romeo", at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Mademoiselle Johanna Wagner as "Romeo", at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1856. German opera singer in London stage production. For the splendid triumph achieved by her on this occasion Mdlle

Background imageOpera Collection: Lobby Card 'Metropolis' by Fritz Lang, 1927. Creator: Anonymous

Lobby Card "Metropolis" by Fritz Lang, 1927. Creator: Anonymous
Lobby Card "Metropolis" by Fritz Lang, 1927. Private Collection

Background imageOpera Collection: Der Ring des Nibelungen. The Twilight of the Gods, End of 1870s-Early 1880s

Der Ring des Nibelungen. The Twilight of the Gods, End of 1870s-Early 1880s. Private Collection

Background imageOpera Collection: Stage design for the Opera 'Nurmahal oder das Rosenfest von Kaschmir' by Gaspare Spontini, 1822

Stage design for the Opera "Nurmahal oder das Rosenfest von Kaschmir" by Gaspare Spontini, 1822. Found in the collection of the Staatliche Museen, Berlin

Background imageOpera Collection: Stage design for the Opera 'Fernand Cortez, ou La conquête du Mexique (Hernán Cortés... 1817)

Stage design for the Opera "Fernand Cortez, ou La conquête du Mexique (Hernán Cortés... 1817)
Stage design for the Opera "Fernand Cortez, ou La conquete du Mexique (Hernan Cortes, or The Conquest of Mexico)" by Gaspare Spo, 1817

Background imageOpera Collection: Portrait of the author Moliére (1622-1673), 1751. Creator: Anonymous

Portrait of the author Moliére (1622-1673), 1751. Creator: Anonymous
Portrait of the author Moliere (1622-1673), 1751. Private Collection

Background imageOpera Collection: Portrait of the opera singer Anna Milder-Hauptmann (1785-1838), 1815. Creator: Anonymous

Portrait of the opera singer Anna Milder-Hauptmann (1785-1838), 1815. Creator: Anonymous
Portrait of the opera singer Anna Milder-Hauptmann (1785-1838), 1815. Private Collection



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Opera Collection

Opera is a form of musical theatre that originated in Germany and Europe during the 17th century. It combines vocal performance, orchestral music, and theatrical elements to create a unique blend of artistry. Opera is typically sung in an opera house or other large venue with ornate sets and costumes. The main components of an it can the libretto (the story), the music, and the staging. Operas often feature elaborate costumes, sets, props, lighting effects, and choreography to enhance the dramatic effect of each scene. Opera has been popular for centuries due to its ability to transport audiences into another world through its captivating stories and powerful music. It continues to be enjoyed by millions around the world today as one of Europe's most beloved forms of entertainment.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Opera collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art and framed prints that capture the beauty and grandeur of some of Germany's most iconic opera houses. Our collection features high-quality photographs that showcase the intricate details, ornate architecture, and rich history of these magnificent buildings. From the majestic Semperoper in Dresden to the opulent Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, each piece in our collection offers a unique glimpse into the world of German opera. Whether you're a fan of classical music or simply appreciate beautiful architecture, these prints are sure to impress. Each print is expertly crafted using premium materials to ensure long-lasting quality and durability. With a range of sizes and framing options available, it's easy to find the perfect piece for your home or office. If you're looking for breathtaking wall art that celebrates Germany's rich cultural heritage, look no further than our Opera collection.
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What are Opera (Germany Europe) art prints?

Opera art prints are high-quality reproductions of original artworks that depict scenes from operas or portray famous opera singers. These prints capture the beauty and drama of this classical music genre, making them a popular choice for fans of opera and fine art alike. The Opera art prints available at Media Storehouse feature a range of styles, from classic oil paintings to contemporary digital designs. They are printed on premium paper using state-of-the-art printing technology, ensuring that every detail is captured with stunning clarity and vibrancy. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office with beautiful artwork inspired by opera, or simply want to add some culture to your collection, these prints are an excellent choice. With their timeless appeal and rich history, they make a great gift for any lover of music or art.
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What Opera (Germany Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Opera art prints from Germany and Europe. You can find beautiful prints featuring famous opera houses such as the Berlin State Opera, Vienna State Opera, and La Scala in Milan. Additionally, you can also find stunning portraits of iconic opera singers like Maria Callas and Luciano Pavarotti. The collection includes both contemporary and vintage art prints that capture the essence of this timeless musical genre. Whether you are an avid fan or simply appreciate the beauty of classical music, there is something for everyone in our selection. Each print is carefully curated to ensure high-quality reproduction with vivid colors and sharp details. The prints come in various sizes to suit your needs, making it easy to add a touch of elegance to any room in your home or office. We provide an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to purchase exquisite Opera art prints from Germany and Europe.
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How do I buy Opera (Germany Europe) art prints?

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 purchase, 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 payment options including credit card and PayPal. We also offer international shipping for customers outside of Germany. Once your order has been processed, Media Storehouse will carefully package your artwork and ship it directly to your desired location. It is important to note that all purchases are for personal use only and cannot be used for commercial purposes without prior permission from the artist or copyright holder. Buying Opera art prints from Media Storehouse is a simple process that allows you to easily add beautiful pieces of art to your home or office decor.
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How much do Opera (Germany Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Opera art prints from Germany and Europe. The cost of these prints may vary depending on the size and type of print you choose. We provide high-quality art prints that are perfect for decorating your home or office space with beautiful images inspired by the world of opera. Our collection includes various styles such as vintage posters, contemporary designs, and classic photographs capturing iconic moments in operatic history. Each piece is carefully printed using premium materials to ensure long-lasting quality. We understand that our customers have different preferences when it comes to artwork, which is why we offer a variety of sizes ranging from small to large formats. Our prices are competitive and affordable without compromising on quality. Whether you're an avid opera fan or simply appreciate fine art, our Opera art prints will add elegance and sophistication to any room they adorn.
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How will my Opera (Germany Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Opera art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your artwork during transit, including sturdy cardboard tubes for rolled prints and flat boxes with protective padding for framed prints. Our delivery partners are reputable courier companies who have years of experience in handling delicate items such as art prints. They will deliver your package directly to your doorstep or designated address, depending on the shipping option you choose at checkout. We also offer international shipping options for our customers outside of Germany and Europe. Our team works closely with our delivery partners to ensure that all customs requirements are met so that your package arrives at its destination without any delays or issues. Rest assured that when you order from Media Storehouse, we will do everything we can to make sure that your Opera art print is delivered to you in perfect condition.