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0521592593
Author:
Rochelle Ziskin
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Architecture
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English
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Cambridge University Press (January 28, 1999)
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242 pages
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Ziskin uses typology as a springboard for her primary interest: how the residences of the Place Vendôme represented the social aspirations of their inhabitants

Ziskin uses typology as a springboard for her primary interest: how the residences of the Place Vendôme represented the social aspirations of their inhabitants. Investigation of this topic is a difficult task requiring precise control of the respective histories of buildings and occupants and sensitivity to subtle changes of form and family circumstances.

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Black-and-white illustrations, bibliography, index. Thompson, D. G. "Ziskin, Rochelle. The Place Vendôme: Architecture and Social Mobility in Eighteenth-Century Paris. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999.

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From Vaux-le-Vicomte to Versailles, the buildings of Louis Le Vau shaped the image of French court society.

Publication Date: 2000. From Vaux-le-Vicomte to Versailles, the buildings of Louis Le Vau shaped the image of French court society more. From Vaux-le-Vicomte to Versailles, the buildings of Louis Le Vau shaped the image of French court society.

Rochelle Ziskin, The Place Vendôme: Architecture and Social Mobility in Eighteenth-Century Paris, Cambridge University Press, 1999. Chapters 2, Social Representation and Gendered Realms pp 34-64 & Chapter 5, Not at all Monsieur Jourdain, pp 114-127

Rochelle Ziskin, The Place Vendôme: Architecture and Social Mobility in Eighteenth-Century Paris, Cambridge University Press, 1999. Chapters 2, Social Representation and Gendered Realms pp 34-64 & Chapter 5, Not at all Monsieur Jourdain, pp 114-127. PART II: Art And The Expression Of The Subjective.

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Reading: Rochelle Ziskin, The Place Vendôme: Architecture and Social Mobility in Eighteenth-Century Paris, Cambridge University Press, Chapters 2, Social Representation and Gendered Realms pp & Chapter 5, Not at all Monsieur Jourdain, pp (Coursepack) (Book is On Reserve for consultation of illustrations, TC Library: NA P37 P ) PART II: Art And The Expression Of The Subjective Sept. 21. Interior Architecture, Painting, Sculpture and Stucco. The Great Itinerant Artists. Reading: Kalnein, Architecture in France in the Eighteenth Century, Part Two, Chapter 5 and 7: Katie Scott, The Rococo.

book by Rochelle Ziskin. Focusing on the Place Vend?me, which was developed by the financiers of Paris, she examines the representational strategies and dilemmas of French elites, which were crucial to the formation of a French mode of design.

In this book the author explores the sociological foundations of domestic design in eighteenth-century France, the acknowledged leader of domestic architecture in this period. Focusing on the Place Vendôme, which was developed by the financiers of Paris, she examines the representational strategies and dilemmas of French elites, which were crucial to the formation of a French mode of design. Through analyses of social distinctions and ambitions, Ziskin explores the manner in which the dwellings of the Place Vendôme embodied beliefs about the nature of society and the appropriate relations among social groups.