William Wilhelm Charles John Pitcher
(1858 - 1925)
William (Wilhelm) Charles John Pitcher was active/lived in England. William Wilhelm Pitcher is known for costume and scenery design, painting.
Biography William (Wilhelm) Charles John Pitcher
William John Charles Pitcher (21 March 1858 - 2 March 1925), known as Wilhelm or C. Wilhelm, was an English artist, costume and scenery designer, best known for his designs for ballets, pantomimes, comic operas, and Edwardian musical comedies.
Wilhelm was born at Northfleet, in Kent, England, the son of a shipbuilder. The young artist showed early promise, and J. R. Planché recommended him to design for the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. There, Wilhelm created costumes, beginning in 1877, for numerous works, including the famous pantomimes of Sir Augustus Harris and for others until 1897, including the spectacular drama, Armada (1888). He also designed costumes for various music hall artists and for many London theatres
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