Rivera Court from center, Detroit Institute of Arts

Taken from the center of the Diego Rivera Detroit Industry Frescos, which were created in 1932 and 1933.  For infomation and a history of the Detroit frescos, go to www.dia.org

This was my first "official" panorama after much experimentation and testing.  My thanks for the inspiration from the creators of this website, and helpful photographers Adam Shomsky, John Houghton, and Dr. Karl Harrison.

Compass rose note: the compass rose in the Rivera Court gives general direction of the mural walls.  It does not denote exact compass direction.

Copyright: David mariotti
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Uploadet: 04/05/2010
Opdateret: 28/08/2014


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