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Dr. Christine Howald | 02/03/2017 | 919 Views | Presentations |
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Section 5: Dealing with War

International Symposium "All the Beauty of the World" (Berlin 2016)

Armed conflict and war characterized the first interactions between European and extra-European lands. Consequently, the suddenly booming Western market for non-European artefacts consisted to a large extent of objects that were the spoils of war. Section 5 of the symposium “All the Beauty of the World. The Western Market for non-European Artefacts (18th-20th century)” focuses on these objects and their integration into the Western market. In their respective talks, Felicity Bodenstein (Florence) and Christine Howald (Berlin) ask: Which new objects came on the market? How did these objects affect already existing market value structures, and how was the market used to legitimize this war booty?

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Felicity Bodenstein | Comparing the English, German, and French Art Market for Objects from the Edo Kingdom's Treasure (1897-1932)

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