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Charlene VillaseŮor Black. Creating the Cult of St. Joseph: Art and Gender in the Spanish Empire. Princeton University Press. 2006. 259pp.

Jonathan Brown. Images and Ideas in Seventh-Century Spanish Painting. Princeton University Press. 1979. 168pp.

Jonathan Brown. Painting in Spain, 1500-1700. Yale University Press. 1998. 283pp.

George Kubler; Martin Soria. Art and Architecture in Spain and Portugal and Their American Dominions, 1500 to 1800:. Penguin Books. 1959. 445pp.

Nina A. Mallory. El Greco to Murillo: Spanish Painting in the Golden Age, 1556-1700. HarperCollins. 1990. 316pp.

Marion Oettinger. Translated by Mervyn Samuel. Folk Art of Spain and the Americas: El Alma Del Pueblo. Abbeville Press. 1997. 199pp.

Alain Saint-SaŽns. Art and Faith in Tridentine Spain, 1545-1690. Peter Lang. 1995. 223pp.

Bradley Smith. Spain: A History in Art. Doubleday. 1971. 296pp.

Victor I. Stoichita. Visionary Experience in the Golden Age of Spanish Art. Reaktion Books. 1995. 224pp.

Suzanne L. Stratton. The Immaculate Conception in Spanish Art. Cambridge University Press. 1994. 176pp.

Shahid Suhrawardy. The Art of the Mussulmans in Spain. Oxford University Press. 2005. 190pp.

Janis A. Tomlinson. From El Greco to Goya: Painting in Spain, 1561-1828. Harry N. Abrams. 1997. 176pp.

Emelyn W. Washburn. The Spanish Masters: An Outline of the History of Painting in Spain. G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1884. 194pp.



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