Architectural Digest. January of 1982 highlights.The Museum in My Head. Russell Lynes offers to keep art works in the mind. An imaginary gallery can be in any size and maintenance free.
He dusted up an inventory and found El Greco's "View of Toledo" very refreshing after the crusty old cardinal from Met.
Polite mannerism of late 18th century - Gainsborough's Mr and Mrs Andrews (yes, in a magazine it's horizontally flipped). And the last one Corot's Port de la Rochelle - the moderate-size maritime vistas
Historic Architecture: Horyu-ji
5 pages article about one of the earliest Buddhist art and architecture in Japan.
Gardens: Charles de Beistegui's Vision
2 pages article about restored landscape at the Chateau de Groussey
Less is More
Expanding a one-room apartment with flair and imagination.