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Art and domestic space : continuity and change in private collectors’ interiors in Belgium, c. 1830-1930

Ulrike Müller (UGent) and Marjan Sterckx (UGent)
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art collecting, art, painting, interior, domestic space, gender, 19th century, Belgium, Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent

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Müller, Ulrike, and Marjan Sterckx. 2019. “Art and Domestic Space : Continuity and Change in Private Collectors’ Interiors in Belgium, C. 1830-1930.” In The Domestic Space in France and Belgium : Art, Literature and Design (c. 1850-1920) , ed. Claire Moran. Bloomsbury Academic.
APA
Müller, U., & Sterckx, M. (2019). Art and domestic space : continuity and change in private collectors’ interiors in Belgium, c. 1830-1930. In C. Moran (Ed.), The domestic space in France and Belgium : art, literature and design (c. 1850-1920) . Bloomsbury Academic.
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Müller U, Sterckx M. Art and domestic space : continuity and change in private collectors’ interiors in Belgium, c. 1830-1930. In: Moran C, editor. The domestic space in France and Belgium : art, literature and design (c. 1850-1920) . Bloomsbury Academic; 2019.
MLA
Müller, Ulrike, and Marjan Sterckx. “Art and Domestic Space : Continuity and Change in Private Collectors’ Interiors in Belgium, C. 1830-1930.” The Domestic Space in France and Belgium : Art, Literature and Design (c. 1850-1920) . Ed. Claire Moran. Bloomsbury Academic, 2019. Print.
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  booktitle    = {The domestic space in France and Belgium : art, literature and design (c. 1850-1920) },
  editor       = {Moran, Claire},
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  title        = {Art and domestic space : continuity and change in private collectors’ interiors in Belgium, c. 1830-1930},
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