DOI:10.1353/ecs.2004.0050
Corpus ID: 162244108
Veneers of Authority: Chinese Lacquers in Maria Theresa's Vienna
Michael E. Yonan
Published 2004
History

Eighteenth-Century Studies
This paper analyzes the semantic possibilities for Chinese lacquered wood in eighteenth-century Europe through exploring its use in an architectural commission by the Habsburg Empress Maria Theresa… Expand
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