I was fascinated by the scale of this wall showing the donors to the Museum of Fine Art in Houston. It probably isn’t obvious unless you’ve been there but, to give some idea, each line of text on the wall is about 18 inches tall.
This area is immediately inside the main entrance which, unbeknown to me at the time, is a section of the museum in which photography is not allowed. Talking to the security person there, however, it appeared that the prohibition is on photographs of the sculptures in the area and she very kindly allowed me to take several shots of the architecture on condition that none of the displayed art was visible. That suited me fine since I’m not a huge fan of Greek and Roman marble with missing limbs whereas the lines and angles of the building are fascinating to me.
Prints of this images and reproduction licenses are not available since photography restrictions at the Museum of Fine Art prohibit the sale of images taken in the museum.
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