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Mazes and Labyrinths: A General Account of their History and Developments (1922) by William Henry Matthews

A Mock-straight-down is found in this prettily-designed example (French, ca. 1860)--it seems to be view form a height of 250 feet or so down on the square of a low- (Western) renaissance town. That's partly true, except that it is a mosaic from Pompeii (or Herculaneum), found embedded in the floor of one of those mummified houses.

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The hedge maze at Chevening House, England, c.1820, was one of the first consciously designed to provide a more complex puzzle and thwart the "hand-on-wall" rule for solving mazes

Kufa Gate - Frank Stella

Frank Stella American, born 1936, Dewey Square

Frank Stella Art Experience NYC

Frank Stella (American, b. 1936), Untitled, 1961. Oil and graphite on canvas, 9 x 9 in.

Le Neveu de Raineau, by Frank Stella