I've been reading Rooms, with photographs by Derry Moore and text by Carl Skoggard. Moore, a renowned English photographer, has been shooting interiors for 25 years. The ones in this book, all shot in natural daylight, include those of Rudolf Nureyev in Paris; Lady Diana Cooper in London; and the Falaknuma Palace in Hyderabad, India. Gorgeous, evocative pictures with a Proustian text.

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