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The Art of the Exposition - Eugen Neuhaus

The author provides a description of the architecture, sculpture, and murals of the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition held in San Francisco. This is my 42th Project Guttenberg title.

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The Architecture
The architectural scheme, the setting and the style of the architecture.
The Sculpture
Its relation to the architecture, its artistic meaning and its symbolism.
The Color Scheme and the Landscape Gardening
The color elements as furnished by the artist and by nature; the horticultural effects.
The Mural Decorations
The intellectual emphasis of the color scheme, and the significance of the mural decorations.
The Illumination - Conclusion
The Exposition at night.
Guide to Sculpture.
The Mural Decorations.
Biographical Notes.

DOC file for Palm (Project Guttenberg version)