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Legal imagery on the edge of symbolism : the decoration projects for the Belgian Cour de Cassation

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This paper scrutinizes decoration projects, both unexecuted and realized, for the two Cour de Cassation courtrooms in the Brussels Palais de Justice, against the backdrop of the shift from historical to symbolist monumental art and in the context of law and art's symbiosis in fin-de-siècle Brussels.
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legal iconography, monumental art, legal architecture, nineteenth century, fin-de-siècle

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Huygebaert, Stefan. 2018. “Legal Imagery on the Edge of Symbolism : the Decoration Projects for the Belgian Cour De Cassation.” In Law and the Visual : Representations, Technologies, Critique, ed. Desmond Manderson, 122–140. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
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Huygebaert, S. (2018). Legal imagery on the edge of symbolism : the decoration projects for the Belgian Cour de Cassation. In D. Manderson (Ed.), Law and the visual : representations, technologies, critique (pp. 122–140). Presented at the Law and the Visual: Transitions and Transformations, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
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Huygebaert S. Legal imagery on the edge of symbolism : the decoration projects for the Belgian Cour de Cassation. In: Manderson D, editor. Law and the visual : representations, technologies, critique. Toronto: University of Toronto Press; 2018. p. 122–40.
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Huygebaert, Stefan. “Legal Imagery on the Edge of Symbolism : the Decoration Projects for the Belgian Cour De Cassation.” Law and the Visual : Representations, Technologies, Critique. Ed. Desmond Manderson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018. 122–140. Print.
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  abstract     = {This paper scrutinizes decoration projects, both unexecuted and realized, for the two Cour de Cassation courtrooms in the Brussels Palais de Justice, against the backdrop of the shift from historical to symbolist monumental art and in the context of law and art's symbiosis in fin-de-siècle Brussels.},
  author       = {Huygebaert, Stefan},
  booktitle    = {Law and the visual : representations, technologies, critique},
  editor       = {Manderson, Desmond},
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  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Canberra},
  pages        = {122--140},
  publisher    = {University of Toronto Press},
  title        = {Legal imagery on the edge of symbolism : the decoration projects for the Belgian Cour de Cassation},
  year         = {2018},
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