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Important resource of data for artwork historians, craftspeople, purchasers, creditors, and preservationists comprises 1000's of finely targeted illustrations of backyard seats, candelabras, moldings, gates, balcony grilles, vases, crosses, funerary adorns and monuments, finials, doorknobs and plenty of different decorative beneficial properties. A wealthy resource of proposal and royalty-free portraits, to boot, for advertisement artists and architects.
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I have tried to strike to the heart of this Ancien Régime, so close to us in years yet hidden from us by the Revolution. To that end, I have read more than just the celebrated works of the eighteenth century. I also sought to study many works that, while deservedly less well known, are perhaps more revealing of the true instincts of the age for the very reason that they were rather artlessly composed. I steeped myself in public records that reveal the opinions and tastes of the French as the Revolution approached.
Some thought that this unknown force, which seemed neither to require nourishment nor to brook opposition, which no one could stop, and which could not stop itself, would lead to the complete and final dissolution of human society. Some regarded it as a visible sign of the devil’s influence. “The French Revolution has a satanic character,” M. de Maistre said in 1797. By contrast, others saw in it a beneficent plan of God, whose wish was to alter the face of the world as well as of France, indeed to create a new man.
I discovered not only the logic that would guide its first steps but, perhaps more important, early hints of its long-term aftereffects. For the Revolution went through two distinct phases:Â€a first phase during which the French seemed to want to abolish everything from their past, and a second in which they would recover part of what they had left behind. Many of the laws and political traditions of the Ancien Régime suddenly disappeared in 1789 only to reappear a few years later, much as certain rivers plunge underground only to reemerge somewhat farther on, bringing the same waters to new shores.
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