Part of Dover's Pictorial Archive series, Ornament and Design of the Alhambra is a selection of about 75 color plates originally published in 1906. Finished in the 14th century, this Moorish place in southern Spain is one of the world's architectural treasures.
This publication does not come up to the standards of Dover's other editions of the works of Owen Jones. I think a color--probably black--is missing. Not only do the plates look strange, but I could see the difference when I compared them to Dover's edition of Jones' The Grammar of Ornament. I emailed Dover about this issue but I never got a reply. I don't know if this is a printing problem endemic to all copies or what.