Based on your textbook, The Elegant Art of Movement, Interior Motives (links at bottom of page for both online textbook and in-depth reading), and the film Dangerous Liaisons briefly answer the following short answer question (One to two paragraphs at most): *These will help you with your museum visit to the Wrightsman Galleries, so be sure to watch the movie and complete the reading before going. 1. How was furniture and interior decoration seen and used by fashionable people in the 18th century? 2. How did clothing and interiors interact in fashionable settings? Do you think the same interaction still exists today between fashionable clothing and interiors? 3. After reading The Elegant Art of Movement and Interior Motives, please assess if the interaction between clothing movement, carriage, manners and address, and interiors and their outfitting in the 18th century in the film Dangerous Liaisons was accurately portrayed. 4. According to the reading, an interior could be a trap that elegant people had to navigate elegantly. If you were trying to trip up a rival in 18th century France, what sort of scenarios could you set up using clothing and interiors to make them look inelegant? Reading links: Elegant Art of Movement, 18th Century, Alicia M. Annas.pdfPreview the document Interior Motives, Seduction by Decoration in 18th C France, Mimi Hellman.pdfPreview the document Link to Dangerous Liaisons instant movie rental:http://www.amazon.com/Dangerous-Liaisons-Glenn-Close/dp/B0012DW6W4/ref=sr_1_1?s=instant-video&ie=UTF8&qid=1457010387&sr=1-1&keywords=dangerous+liaisons
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