The Age of Undress: Art, Fashion, and the Classical Ideal in the 1790s
Yale University Press, Jan 1, 2020 - Design - 215 pages
Exploring the popularity and meaning of neoclassical dress in the 1790s, this book traces its evolution in Europe and relationship to other artistic media.
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