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Archer M. Huntington founded The Hispanic Society of America in 1904. Spanish art has been present in New York City since then, radiating its influence over American culture. This guide book explores museums, libraries, and other public places in New York, discovering not only the works of great Spanish masters of past and modern art, but also a more unexpected legacy ranging from ceramics, to medieval manuscripts, to emblematic buildings. Prefaced by Dore Ashton, and written by Maria Dolores Jiménez-Blanco and Cindy Mack, this definitive guide to Spanish art in New York contains more than 200 illustrations and city maps.Preface by Dore Ashton.
Essays by Maria Dolores Jiménez-Blanco and Cindy Mack. Hardcover, 5 x 9.75 in./274 pgs / 196 color and 37 b&w.