Conventions of the Eighteenth-Century Cabinet de tableaux: Blondel d'Azincourt's La premiere idee de la curiosite

Bailey, Colin B.
September 1987
Art Bulletin;Sep87, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p431
Academic Journal
Deals with the conventions of the eighteenth-century picture cabinet as discussed in Blondel d'Azincourt's manuscript entitled 'La premiere idee de la curiosite.' Background on d'Azincourt; Principles behind collecting and advice on display; Information on the pendants I the eighteenth-century.


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