Art on the Wing

January 1986
Archaeology;Jan/Feb86, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p78
Reports that the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco in California has loaned a group of Indian stone sculptures for display in the North Terminal of the San Francisco International Airport.


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