Palace of Fine Arts Exploratorium Picture

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A day time picture taken of the Palace of Fine Arts Exploratorium located in San Francisco, California. The task of creating a Palace of Fine Arts for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition fell to the architect Bernard R. Maybeck, then fifty years old and known for his innovative ideas. Setting to work on this new project, he chose as his theme a Roman ruin, mutilated and overgrown, in the mood of a Piranesi engraving. The Palace of Fine Arts was meant to give delight by its exterior beauty, but its purpose was also to offer all visitors a stimulating experience within doors.

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  • Shutter Speed: 1/125 seconds
  • Lens Aperture: F/13
  • Focal Length: 34 mm
  • Image Resolution: 3373 x 2292 pixels
  • Image Size: 3.39 MB (JPG), 22.1 MB (TIF)
  • Date Photo Taken: June 14, 2005 12:34 PM
  • File Name: 483_fine_art.jpg
  • Image ID: # 483
  • Date added to website: 6-Jul-2005

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