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Designs for Locks and Keyholes

Designs for Locks and Keyholes

François de Cuvilliés straddles genres and scales: his Morceaux de caprice a divers usages contains designs both for palace facades and for the most minute features, such as locks and keyholes, providing a comprehensive vision of the rococo.

 

Image from: Cuvilliés, François de. Morceaux de caprice a divers usages. Paris: Chez l’auteur et chez Poilly, 1745.

 

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