Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who practises scenography.

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  • noun A person who designs sets for film or TV

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Examples

  • The 500-piece exhibit has toured several European cities, but for its Italian stop, at Turin's Reggia di Venaria Reale, scenographer Robert Wilson designed backdrops for statues, jewelry, gold coins, ceramics and sphinxes.

    Egyptian Treasures: Between the Deity and Deep Blue Sea

  • We used steel and contrasted it with wool, Mr. Jayakrishnan, the consultant scenographer, India Art Fair said.

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  • Indian scenographer Sumant Jayakrishnan has designed the space.

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  • He told me what a scenographer did, and a light turned on.

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  • Yann Falquerho, the 42-year-old scenographer who lets the property through his quirky urban gîte company,

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  • Born in 1929 in Naples, the artist currently lives in Rome and gives exhibits as a painter, photographer, sculptor and scenographer.

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  • Yann Falquerho, the 42-year-old scenographer who lets the property through his quirky urban gîte company,

    Travel news, travel guides and reviews | guardian.co.uk

  • His girlfriend, scenographer Nina Ball, helped develop primeval costumes and set pieces that would bring the ideas together.

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  • Margrethe, a prolific graphic artist and scenographer, has previously designed costumes and sets for several plays, including adaptations of stories by fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen.

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  • Martha Henry, stage manager Nora Polley, actor Barbara Gordon and scenographer Susan Benson on November 30th in Toronto, Ontario at the Gladstone Hotel.

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