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Depicts the use of vibrant color in Mexican architecture and art, from the Aztec and Maya empires through the Colonial period to the present
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This is a lavish picture book, meant to inspire and delight the reader with the vibrant colors of Mexican architecture, design, home furnishing, art, and artifact. Mexico is color incarnate, and Amanda Holmes's gorgeous full-color photographs bear this out graphically and spectacularly, showcasing everything from grand architectural facades to tiny decorating touches that enliven a corner; bring life to a small, dark room; or pull the brilliance of the sun indoors. Mexican culture uses color to dramatic effect in textiles, clothing, homes, markets, contemporary and folk art, interior design, and modern and ancient architecture. The author calls Mexico "the resting place of the rainbow," and the vibrant pictures and lively text of this beautiful book prove her right! --Mark A. Hetts
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Book Description Condition: Brand New. New. Seller Inventory # A4988
Book Description Stewart, Tabori and Chang, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1556708351
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