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  • Stamford, CT New Deal Art

    American Rhythm (1934) -oil on canvas 22’3″ wide x 8’3″ high by James H. Daugherty (1887-1974) formerly located in the Stamford High School, Music Room; was on display at the MCA Music Corporation main offices in Santa Monica, CA, but

     
  • New Britain Connecticut High School Art

    New Deal/WPA Art in New Britain, Connecticut These murals were funded by the Federal Art Project, WPA The following images depict the WPA murals in the New Britain High School. WPA murals were installed in the New Britain Connecticut High

     
  • Greenwich, CT New Deal Art

    Greenwich Public Library Greenwich, CT Library – originally in the Hamilton Avenue School “The Life and Times of General Israel Putham of Connecticut” – oil on canvas James Daugherty (1935) New Deal/WPA Art in Greenwich, Connecticut Originally painted for the

     
  • Winsted, CT New Deal Art

    Most of the post office works of art were funded under the Treasury Department’s Section commissions. Those works that were created using TRAP funds are so indicated. Although the WPA funded the construction of post office buildings, the artwork was

     
  • Torrington, CT New Deal Art

    These Post Office murals were funded by the Section of Fine Arts under the Treasury Department and not the WPA. (This panel is located in the Post Office Mailbox Section) New Deal/WPA Art in Torrington, Connecticut Torrington, CT Post Office

     
  • Thomaston, CT New Deal Art

    Most of the post office works of art were funded under the TreasuryDepartment’s Section commissions. Those works that were created using TRAPfunds are so indicated. Although the WPA funded the construction of postoffice buildings, the artwork was not WPA but

     
  • Lakeville, CT New Deal Art

    This Post Office mural was funded by the Section of Fine Arts under the Treasury Department and not the WPA. New Deal/WPA Art in Lakeville, Connecticut Lakeville, CT Post Office “Ethan Allen in Forge Making Cannon Balls” – oil on

     
  • East Hartford, CT New Deal Art

    Most of the post office works of art were funded under the Treasury Department’s Section commissions. Those works that were created using TRAP funds are so indicated. Although the WPA funded the construction of post office buildings, the artwork was