Decorative Design in Mexican Homes
Shipway, Verna Cook & Warren Shipway

New York: Architectural Book Publishing Co., Inc., 1966. F xix + 249 pages; giving picture locations, glossary of terms; thoroughly black and white photo-illustrated; arcades, balconies, balustrades, beds, bathrooms, cabinets, chests, cupboards, cancelas, celosias, ceilings - pierced, beamed & cupolas, chairs, benches, conchas, niches, cristos, santos, oratorios, day of the dead masks, mobiles, dining rooms, buffets, doors, shutters, facades, lanterns, ironwork, salominicas, pilasters, sculpture, tables, trasteros, shelving, varguenos, papeleras, desks, zaguans, stairs, more; (from the jacket information): "...portraying a wide variety of houses...a unique and rarely seen traje, or Tarascan Indian home from the Lake Patzcuara region...long established haciendas, urban homes of colonial antecedents and those of ultra-modernistic design..."; some light edge, tips wear and rubbing to the dustjacket; in very good condition. Very Good H (Item ID: 19328)


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