Polar region, conceptual artwork

Polar region, conceptual artwork

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Credit: BRITISH LIBRARY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Polar region, conceptual artwork. This is a depiction of one of the historical theories on what the north and south poles might look like. This artwork, by Italian art nouveau illustrator Manuel Orazi (1860-1934), is from the 23 December 1911 issue of the British illustrated weekly newspaper 'The Sphere'.

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