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Art unions were organisations created to function as patrons of art. Members would pay a small annual subscription. The union would spend the subscriptions on works of contemporary art, which were distributed among its members by means of a lottery. The idea emerged in Switzerland at the beginning of the 19th century, and was imitated in various German territories
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Josse Sébastien Van den Abeele - Gezicht op het Colosseum te Rome - 1837-A - Museum of Fine Arts. jpg 1,000 669; 50 KB. Keizer Karel en zijn minnares Johanna van der Gheynst bij de wieg van hun dochter Margaretha, Théodore-Joseph Canneel, 1844, Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten Gent, 1911-EG. jpg 6,006 7,929; 3. 3 MB.
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