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A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. via Steve Shriver

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. via Steve Shriver

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. via Steve Shriver

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in Pillement was one…

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. Pillement was a prolific artist who worked all over Europe, including England, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Austria, and of course France, where he painted for Marie Antoinette in the Petit Trianon…

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. Pillement was a prolific artist who worked all over Europe, including England, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Austria, and of course France, where he painted for Marie Antoinette in the Petit Trianon…

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. Pillement was a prolific artist who worked all over Europe, including England, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Austria, and of course France, where he painted for Marie Antoinette in the Petit Trianon…

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. Pillement was a prolific artist who worked all over Europe, including England, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Austria, and of course France, where he painted for Marie Antoinette in the Petit Trianon…

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. via Steve Shriver

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. via Steve Shriver

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. Pillement was a prolific artist who worked all over Europe, including England, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Austria, and of course France, where he painted for Marie Antoinette in the Petit Trianon…

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. Pillement was a prolific artist who worked all over Europe, including England, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Austria, and of course France, where he painted for Marie Antoinette in the Petit Trianon…

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. via Steve Shriver

A collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in 1767. Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie, a style preferred by the French court that used oriental motifs as a starting place for laconic landscapes and fantastic architectures that floated on clouds of opium smoke. via Steve Shriver

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Collection of prints by Jean Pillement, published in Pillement was one of the most important artists of Chinoiserie.

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