John Pritiskutch Reproductions

Panoramic Drawings

According to the Library of Congress, the panoramic map was a popular form used to depict many U.S. and Canadian cities and towns during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Know also as bird's-eye views, panoramic maps are non-photogaphic representations of towns and cities. They are not generally drawn to scale, they show street patterns, individual buildings and major landscape features.

We currently provide panoramic drawings for a majority of the states and are continually adding new ones. Drawings are generally sized 24" x 30" or 24" x 36" and are meant for standard frames. Drawings can be ordered on various media ranging from basic heavyweight paper to canvas.

If you can not find a specific town, email us and we will check for you. For more information on the history of panoramic drawings click here.