A New Panorama of Washington, D.C.
Photographs by Mark Klett. Essay by Merry Foresta.
National Museum of American Art, Washington, 1994. 27 pp., 2 fold-out color illustrations and 2 fold-out duotone illustrations, 7x9¾".
In 1992 Mark Klett was commissioned to make a new 360 degree panorama of Washington, D.C. Taken from the Nancy Hanks Tower of the Old Post Office Pavilion, this 14 panel color panorama was completed over a period of three seasons. These images are presented in an accordion-fold volume which expands to over four feet. Backing Klett's images are historical panoramas of the city, one by Francis Hacker from 1875 and the other by Frederick Brehm from 1903.
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