In a career spanning more than sixty years, Dan Kiley (American, 1912–2004) was acclaimed as the “dean” of American landscape architecture. A master of unique geometrical layouts and a firm believer in man as a part of nature, he worked on some of this country’s most important commissions, helping to elevate the profession of landscape design. Some of Kiley’s best-known works include New York’s Lincoln Center, the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Dallas Museum of Art.
Is it possible that you have a slideshow of the Dan Kiley photographs?He is the same Dan Kiley from Medina, Ohio whose photos were numbered, signed, and stamped on the back “ Point of View. “ ???