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Title: Związki artystyczne i handlowe pomiędzy Flandrią i Meksykiem od XVI do XVIII wieku
Other Titles: Artistic and Commercial Relations between Flanders and Mexico from 16th to 18th Century.
Authors: Manrique Figueroa, César
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: POLSKIE STOWARZYSZENIE SZTUKI ORIENTU
Host Document: STUDIA O SZTUCE PREKOLUMBIJSKIEJ I IBEROAMERYKAŃSKIEJ T. I
Conference: Relaciones artísticas y comerciales entre Flandes y México de los siglos XVI-XVIII. location:Perugia date:6-11 May 2008
Abstract: The shifting character of exchange in Antwerp affected also its market in luxury goods; this was booming in the XVI century with the international patterns of trade established in the city that facilitated the export of locally-made items to markets abroad. The exportation of luxury goods through Spain was orientated not only to the privileged social levels, but was now distributed on a much larger scale including the Spanish monarchy and the middle classes who displayed a strong taste for Flemish art. All these Flemish works were sold in fairs such as the one of Medina del Campo, Barcelona, Valencia and Seville, and from this great Atlantic Metropolis were sent to America or further
Publication status: accepted
KU Leuven publication type: IHb
Appears in Collections:Early Modern History (15th-18th Centuries), Leuven

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