This stunning panorama is one of four that Heinrich Berann produced for the National Parks Service between 1987-1994. An Austrian artist, Berann pioneered original techniques of mountainscape painting that combined modern cartography with classical painting to emphasize the natural beauty of the terrain. He used clouds to achieve vanishing point effects and highlight reflective bodies of water, while augmenting colors and exaggerating important features. Cartographer Tom Patterson has described the effect as “absolutely magical…similar to what you might see from the window of a plane, and yet better than any possible real-world view.”
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Heinrich Berann : “Panorama of Yellowstone National Park” (1991)
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