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Topic: myo

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Pugahm Myo: Distant View of Gauda-palen Pagoda

Pugahm Myo: Distant View of Gauda-palen Pagoda

Linnaeus Tripe (British, Devonport (Plymouth Dock) 1822–1902 Devonport)

Tsagain Myo: Litters under a shed.

Tsagain Myo: Litters under a shed.

Litters, or palanquins, were used to transport members of the royal family or important monks. Their size, shape, and manner of decoration varied according to the status of the occupant. Tripe’s photograph of t... more

Pugahm Myo: Thapinyu Pagoda

Pugahm Myo: Thapinyu Pagoda

Here the Thapinyu Pagoda, the tallest structure at Pugahm Myo, rises toward a cloudy sky. Because early negatives were overly sensitive to blue, clouds were difficult to photograph. To evoke them and other atmo... more

Tsagain Myo: A Roadway

Tsagain Myo: A Roadway

This view of rustic dwellings nestled among towering trees along a dusty road departs from Tripe’s more strictly topographical compositions, illustrating his statement, "The Picturesque may be allowed perhaps, ... more