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Please, please, please. To describe the photograph ("Portfolio: The Greens of Summer," D&WC, June 1998) as Neo-classic is inexcusable. What you have are intended to be Mexican colonial pieces in that room: headboard, angel, tin lamp-the whole room is simple, clean and rustic.
You are not educating anyone with your photographic descriptions.
Shirley A. Roggen
We goofed! There's no point in trying to get around it. While the room's clean simplicity might be seen as a Neo-classic response to previous design traditions the details you mention make trying to place it into that style too much of a stretch. A little refresher course may do us some good. Thanks for keeping us
on our toes.