The Visual Landscape of the Pan-American Exposition of 1901
Visual culture at the Pan-American Exposition was richly represented throughout the grounds, with the use of architecture and sculpture as well as artistic exhibits and galleries of fine art. Such visual exhibits were primarily the work of artists from the United States, although significant contributions were made by other "Pan-American" countries like Canada, Mexico and Chile. The Albright Art Gallery, building of marble designed to resemble the temples of Ancient Greece, was to be constructed on the Exposition grounds and was intended to house the Exhibit of Fine Arts. That it was not completed in time for the Exposition was not lost upon Exposition visitors, as this imposing building's construction was itself, an exhibit.
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State University of New York at Buffalo. University Libraries, “The Visual Landscape of the Pan-American Exposition of 1901,” Digital Collections - University at Buffalo Libraries, accessed January 20, 2020, https://digital.lib.buffalo.edu/items/show/91874.