From an IslamWeb fatwa:
Ibn Qayyim cited that marriage contract enables a husband to enjoy his wife; it does not enable him to engage her in housework. [He] said that the above narrations describe only the high moral standards.
I'm guessing this refers to Ibn Qayyim, but I'm not too sure. In any case, I'm seeking a more precise description of what Al-Qayyim said, rather than the above paraphrasing, and what evidence this is based on.
Question: What precisely did ibn Qayyim say regarding a husband engaging his wife in housework?
Unfortunately, the IslamWeb fatwa does not give a specific reference, so I don't know where to look. And I'm guessing I couldn't read it even if I did know (it may be in one of links at the bottom of the Wikipedia page).