National and colonial: The Musee des Colonies at the

Morton, Patricia A.
June 1998
Art Bulletin;Jun98, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p357
Academic Journal
Focuses on the Colonial Exposition held in Paris, France in celebration of international colonialism. Countries which participated in the event; Features of the exposition; Objective of the exposition.


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