Panorama. The public are most respectfully informed, that the subject at present of the Panorama, is a view, at one glance, of the cities of London and Westminster; comprehending the three bridges represented in one painting, containing 1479 square feet, which appears as large, and in every respect the same as reality. The observers of this picture being, by painting only, so deceived, as to suppose themselves on the Albion Mill, from whence the view was taken. The Panorama is opened for inspection at ten o'clock, every morning. No. 28, Castle Street, Leicester Square. Admittance One Shilling
|Corporate author / creator:||Panorama (Leicester Square, London, England)|
|Imprint:||[London] : Printed by James Adlard, No. 39, Duke Street, Smithfield, [1795?]|
|Description:||1 sheet ; 1/4⁰.|
|Subject:||Advertising -- Motion pictures -- Early works to 1800.|
Advertising -- Motion pictures.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/10263565|