Defines and depicts the arts and architecture of the rococo period in France and examines its relation to societyEtching. paratively low levels of production, given that such a large number could adequately make a living in this sector of the community/a#39; Thus, ... 25 Marks of this guilda#39;s prosperity are to be found in the elaborately designed and engraved headers (fig. ... or masterpiece, were generally accepted as legitimate and necessary rites of passage through which each individual had ro pass in order to ensureanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Rococo Interior|
|Publisher||:||Yale University Press - 1995|