British Military Panoramas Battle in The Round, 1800-1914
"Ian Beckett, 210 pages 52 b/w illustrations, 7 b/w photos, 19 colour illustrations, 9 colour photos. Originating in Britain in the 1780s, 360º panorama paintings were extremely popular in the nineteenth century and over 300 large-scale panoramas were painted worldwide during this period. From the beginning, battle was a popular subject, and surviving examples include Gettysburg, Atlanta, Sebastopol, Borodino, and Waterloo. Many of the survivors from the late nineteenth century have been extensively restored."
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