Hispanic Furniture: An American Collection from the Southwest
This practical guide to Hispanic furniture explores the full range of classic Spanish design from its origins to the present. More than 290 photos and line drawings, compiled from twenty established and previously unpublished collections, are an extensive survey of Spanish influence.
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