America's painted ladies: the ultimate celebration of our Victorians
Dutton Studio Books, Oct 1, 1992 - Architecture - 303 pages
In 1978, a landmark book about San Francisco's Victorian houses sparked a revolution known as The Colorist Movement. Painted Ladies became the bible for the restoration and rejuvenation of Victorians all over America. Now comes a lavish new volume featuring hundreds of new and beautiful Painted Ladies from all over the country. 398 full-color photos.
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