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Incendiary art the representation of fireworks in early modern Europe /

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  • "Incendiary Art uses the collections of the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities - prints, drawings, illustrated books, manuscripts, and other objects - to investigate the vibrant imagery produced in an unprecedented flourishing of representations of fireworks and fireworks spectacles in Europe from the sixteenth to the early nineteenth centuries."

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  • "Ausstellung."
  • "Exposition"
  • "Pictorial works."
  • "Exhibition catalogs."
  • "Pictorial works"
  • "History"
  • "Exhibition catalogs"@en
  • "Exhibition catalogs"
  • "History."

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  • "Incendiary art : the representation of fireworks in early modern Europe; [accompanies the Exhibition "Incendiary Art: The Representation of Fireworks in Early Modern Europe" held Dec. 16, 1997, through March 1, 1998, at the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities] /"
  • "Incendiary art : the representation of fireworks in early modern Europe ; [this volume accompanies the exhibition Incendiary Art: The Representation of Fireworks in Early Modern Europe, held December 16, 1997, through March 1, 1998, at the Getty Center, Los Angeles] /"
  • "Incendiary art : the representation of fireworks in early modern Europe : [exhibition ... held December 16, 1997, through March 1, 1998, at the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities]"
  • "Incendiary art the representation of fireworks in early modern Europe /"@en
  • "Incendiary art the representations of fireworks in early modern Europe ; [held December 16, 1997, through March 1, 1998, at the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and Humanities]"
  • "Incendiary art : the representation of fireworks in early modern Europe : [Catalog of an exhibition held at the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities, Los Angeles, December 16, 1997- March 1, 1998] /"
  • "Incendiary art : the representation of fireworks in early modern Europe /"