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763 x 568 mm (30 x 22.4 in.)
Daniel Wheeler, American, b. born 1961
- maps - Documents depicting in graphic or photogrammetric form, normally to scale and usually on a flat medium, a selection of material or abstract features on or in relation to the surface of the earth or of a heavenly body, and generally emphasizing arterial or regional relationships. For similar representations on a horizontal plane but for depicting smaller-scale objects and spaces, use "plans (drawings)." ICA [November 1992 descriptor moved. April 1991 scope note changed.]
- plans (drawings) - Use for orthographic drawings in the horizontal plane, generally depicting discrete objects or spaces. Can also be used for a set of drawings for a project. For general reference to depictions or photographs showing structures or sites seen from directly above, use "plan views." For representations in plan view of portions of the earth's surface, emphasizing arterial or regional relationships and using larger scales, prefer "maps." [April 1992 descriptor moved. September 1991 descriptor changed, was "plans"; alternate term changed, was 'plan'. April 1991 scope note changed.]
- topography (image-making) - Use for the art or practice of the accurate graphic delineation of the natural and man-made surface features of a specific urban area, tract of land, or other place, especially so as to show their relative positions and elevations. For the relief features or surface configurations of a place or object, including its natural and man-made features, use "topography (attribute)." [May 1995 descriptor added.]
- sheet Dimensions: 763 x 568 mm (30 x 22.4 in.)
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Daniel Wheeler, American, b. born 1961 . Untitled (site), 1995. Lithograph printed in five colors with hand coloring on buff Arches paper. sheet : 763 x 568 mm (30 x 22.4 in.). DAC accession number 1995.14.1. Gift of John R. Jakobson (BA Wesleyan 1952, LLD 1989, Trustee 1971–1985), 1995.
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