The Miami estate of Vizcaya, like its palatial contemporaries Biltmore and San Simeon, represents an achievement of the Gilded Age, when country houses and their gardens were a conspicuous measure of personal wealth and power. Includes archival material and color photographs by Steven Brooke and John Singer Sargent's watercolors from his stay in 1917.
History & Theory
Pages: 274 pp
Publisher: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press
Publication Place: Philadelphia,
Book Id: 71954
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