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Smith, Danielle

Danielle Smith, whose research interests lie in the socio-cultural functions of eighteenth-century Spanish visual culture. Her doctoral project at the University of Edinburgh focuses on the early history of domestically produced Spanish costume books, taking Juan de la Cruz Cano’s Colección de trajes de España (1777) as a starting point, with the intent of tracing the context and legacy of their production and their impact on a burgeoning artistic interest in the lives and affairs of the Spanish public. She has worked for the Queensland Art Gallery and the University of Queensland Art Museum, and is currently a teaching and research assistant in the Department of Art History at the University of Queensland (Australia).

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