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Entrance to the San Diego Musem of Art

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Entrance to the San Diego Museum of Art (Fine Arts Gallery). The Spanish Renaissance plateresque style building was designed by William Templeton Johnson (1877-1950) and Robert W. Snyder (1874-1955) and built in 1925-1926. For the exterior, they borrowed motifs from the Cathedral of Valladolid, Spain, and the facade of the University of Salamanca, Spain, and added sculptures by Chris Mueller of Spanish painters Velazquez, Murillo, and Zurbaran, heraldic devices and the coats-of-arms of Spain, the United States, California, and San Diego.

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