National Geographic : 1912 Oct
Geographic Art T HESE panoramas are published not merely because they are beau tiful pictures, but by reason of the fact that they are both educational and artistic. They were selected from hun dreds of others to convey to the mind the most comprehensive conception of curi ous and characteristic corners of the earth-the great Sahara, the snow-capped Matterhorn, the Palms along the Nile, the wonderful picture of the Canadian Rockies, nine feet long, and the Bird's-eye View of the Master Workshop, Panama. They are superbly printed on heavy art mat board, in exactly the proper tones to bring out the real atmosphere and sur roundings. These pictures can be ob tained nowhere else, and will be for warded unframed or framed, as desired, the price being most reasonable. Arrangements have been made to sup ply a limited number artistically framed, with specially selected moulding in per fect harmony with the subject. The best French glass is used and a high quality The Palms of work guaranteed. (c) The Hour of Prayer in the Sahara Desert THE DELIVERY OF PICTURES IN PERFECT CONDITION ASSURED "The Hour of Prayer," 7 x I8 inches, printed in Satin Sepia, on Art-Mat Board, ready for framing, postpaid, 50 cents. Framed, $3.00 (Express Collect). "The Palms," 0o/2 x 24 inches, printed in Satin Sepia, ready for framing, postpaid, 50 cents. Framed, $3.00 (Express Collect). "The Majesty of the Matterhorn," 17 x 22 inches, ready for framing, postpaid, 50 cents. Framed, $4.00 (Express Collect). "Bird's-eye View of the Panama Canal," Io x 19 inches, 5 colors, ready for framing, postpaid, 50 cents. Framed, $3.00 (Express Collect). Address, DEPARTMENT H, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE, Washington, D. C.