DOI:​10.4324/9781315086804
Corpus ID: 191030780
The Cultural Aesthetics of Eighteenth-Century Porcelain
Alden Cavanagh, Michael E. Yonan
Published 2010
Art
Contents: Introduction, Alden Cavanaugh and Michael E. Yonan Rethinking the Arcanum: porcelain, secrecy, and the 18th-century culture of invention, Glenn Adamson The nature of artifice: French… Expand
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