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The panorama and its manifestation in American landscape painting, 1795-1870

Author: Kevin J Avery
Publisher: 1995.
Dissertation: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Columbia University, 1995.
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Named Person: Thomas Cole; Frederic Edwin Church; Albert Bierstadt; Sanford Robinson Gifford; Fitz Henry Lane; John Frederick Kensett
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin J Avery
OCLC Number: 35957604
Notes: "Copyrighted materials in this document have not been filmed at the request of the author. They are available for consultation ... in the author's University library. [Illustrations on p.] 457-564."
Reproduction Notes: Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI Dissertation Services, 1996. (xxx, 456 p. ; 22 cm.).
Description: xxx, 564 leaves : ill.
Contents: Chapter I: Early panoramas in America --
Origins of the panorama and circular panoramas in New York --
John Vanderlyn's panorama enterprise --
Catherwood's panorama on Broadway --
The Eidophusikon and the mechanical panorama --
The diorama --
The moving panorama --
Chapter II: Thomas Cole: view painting and the serial landscape --
Chapter III: The moving panorama phenomenon --
Panoramas of the Mississippi Rier and the frontier --
Banvard and the Mississippi panorama --
Colonel Fremont's overland route to Oregon and California --
J. Wesley Jones's Pantoscope of California --Panoramas of exploration --
The tropics --
Polar panoramas: Dr. Kane's Arctic voyages --
Whaling panoramas --The Touring or excursion panorama --
Frankenstein's Moving panorama of Niagara Falls --
Panoramas of the world --
Bayne's Voyage to Europe --
Waugh's Mirror of Italy, or Italia --
Banvard's Panorama of the Holy Land --
Chapter IV: The Panorama in American culture and the cultured panorama --
"Panoramania": the moving panorama's appeal --
The panorama in literature --
The artist's panorama: Moving panorama of Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress --
"The Dignity of works of Sattler's cosmoramas --
Chapter V: Frederic [sic] Church, Albert Bierstadt, and the monumental frontier landscape painting --
Church and the panorama --
Albert Bierstadt and the Barnumesque in American art --
The Prevalence of the monumental "panoramic" landscape --
Chapter VI: The Panormaic format as a convention of easel painting --
Frederic [sic] Church and Niagara --
Sanford Gifford and panoramic perception --
John F. Kensett: the tension of the prosepct and the panorama --
Fitz Hugh Lane and the topographical panorama --
Conclusion --
Bibliography.
Responsibility: Kevin J. Avery.

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