The late Eugene Casselman was quite an Iberian enthusiast, and during his thirty years of travel in the region, he created over four thousands color slides and black and white photographs documenting the architecture of Spain. Most of these items focus on the Mudejar style, which was an ornate court style largely inspired by Spanish Islamic architecture. Recently, the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections project took on the task of organizing, describing, and scanning this collection in order to place it online. Visitors can now take in this marvelous collection, and they can search these materials by place, date, subject, or title. Looking around via the subject groupings isn't a bad way to start, and they include "Visigothic", "Asturian", and "Romanesque".


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