Amedee Van Loo's Costume turc: The French Sultana

Stein, Perrin
September 1996
Art Bulletin;Sep96, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p417
Academic Journal
Examines the commission, execution, and reception of a series of exotic tapestry cartoons by Amedee Van Loo in the early 1770s. Framework for reading the pictorial exoticism of the later eighteenth century; Genesis of Le Costume turc; Reading the critical response; Reuses and revisions of Le Costume turc.


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