'Turquerie' and the Politics of Representation, 1728-1876
In this study devoted explicitly to the examination of Turkish architecture in Western Europe during the 18th and 19th centuries, Nebahat Avcioglu addresses the core questions of when, why and with what practical consequences Europeans turned to the Turk for cultural inspiration.
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