2004
Volume 29, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 0779-7397
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Abstract

Abstract

By engaging fiction as a method, Charlotte Vanhoubrouck brings queen Marie-Louise of Orléans’s (1812-1850) lost sentimental jewellery back to life. Vanhoubroeck has been conducting art-historical research on Louise’s jewellery for several years. The pragmatic descriptions of these pieces in archive documents appeal to Vanhoubroeck’s artistic imagination and encourage her to create. With these renewed jewels, she reactivates the quiet and sentimental sensibility of the first Belgian queen.

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Keyword(s): art history; fiction; jewellery
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