Member Blogs > Gothica Books'The Library Re-Imagined,' at the Huntington – NYTimes.com

  • Sat, 28 Dec 2013 07:54:15    Permalink

    SAN MARINO, Calif. — What does a 15th-century illuminated manuscript of “The Canterbury Tales” have in common with an “Old Mission Brand” label from a crate of oranges? What is the connection between the novelist Thackeray’s 1853 drawing of a black girl in South Carolina and plantings meant to echo the famed Chinese gardens of Suzhou? What could possibly connect 19th-century light bulbs and Gainsborough’s much-loved painting “Blue Boy”?

    via ‘The Library Re-Imagined,’ at the Huntington – NYTimes.com.

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