EUROPE DIVIDED: Huguenot Refugee Art & Culture
Huguenot artists, designers and craftsmen who left France between 1530 and 1780 and settled and worked in the British Isles were part of an international diaspora. Beyond the French borders, they raised the quality of design and workshop practice, passing on skills to their apprentices, families and to successive generations, who continued to dominate output in the luxury trades. Color photos.
Publisher: V&A Publishing
Publishing status: Current
Size: 10x11½ inches
Item #: 4950542