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If I could go anywhere: Marie Antoinette's private boudoir and mechanical mirror room at Versailles

By Peter McNeil, Distinguished Professor of Design History, UTS, University of Technology Sydney
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A queen with a reputation for scandal, Marie Antoinette enjoyed her private spaces with a small circle of friends. A mirrored room kept the judgments of the outside world at bay.

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