The term Japonism was first used in the 1870s, and initially referred to the academic study and appreciation of Japanese art and creative talent. However, the impact of this field of study was pervasive, and Japonism soon began to influence both the visual and decorative arts of European culture. Elements of traditional Japanese design became incorporated into works of British and French furniture, resulting in an innovative fusion of styles that remained popular well into the 20th Century.



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