Public Access to Art in Paris: A Documentary History from the Middle Ages to 1800

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Penn State Press
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Contents

Medieval Paris as an Artistic Capital
1
Streetcorner Madonnas Processions and the Dance of Death
21
Royal Entries of the Renaissance
37
The Mays of NotreDame
53
Academy Exhibitions Under Louis XIV
61
The Sun Kings Picture Collection
81
The Rise of the Popular Press in the Seventeenth Century
91
Exploring Paris Guidebook in Hand
125
The Salons
157
Painting in Buskins
193
The Palais Royal and Luxembourg Galleries
201
The Later Eighteenth Century
223
Museums of the Revolution
247
The Tuileries
269
Epilogue
281
Bibliographical Guide
285

The Academy Opens Its Collection to Amateurs
137
The Abbe Du Bos Defines a New Aesthetic
141
The Place Dauphine Exhibitions
149

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