Art and Food
Peter Stupples, Jane Venis
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Mar 17, 2014 - Art - 205 pages
Art and Food is a collection of essays exploring a range of research topics relating to the representation of food in art and art in food, from iconography and allegory, through class and commensality, to kitchen architecture and haute cuisine.
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