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Author: Anita Price Davis Ed.D.
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Title: New Deal Art in North Carolina: The Murals, Sculptures, Reliefs, Paintings, Oils and Frescoes and Their Creators
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Publisher: McFarland & Company (October 16, 2008)
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New Deal Art in North Carolina: The Murals, Sculptures, Reliefs, Paintings, Oils and Frescoes and Their Creators by Anita Price Davis Ed.D.



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This book examines some of the New Deal art-murals, reliefs, sculptures, frescoes and paintings-of Alabama and offers biographical sketches of the artists who created them. An appendix describes federal art programs and projects of the period (1933-1943). Anita Price Davis, a North Carolina native, Gold Star daughter, and Duke University graduate, retired as the Charles A. Dana Professor of Education Emerita after 36 years at Converse College, Spartanburg, South Carolina. She is the author of many. More about Anita Price Davis.

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only record of federally-funded art projects in Virginia during the Great Depression. It provides an historical overview of each city or town that is home to the artwork, information on federal structures housing the artwork, a photograph and description of the artwork itself, and a biographical sketch of the artist. More than 180 photographs are featured. Related PDF to New Deal Art in Virginia: The Oils, Murals, Reliefs and Frescoes and Their Creators by Anita Price Davis

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As the people and economy of the United States struggled to recover during the Great Depression, 42 towns in North Carolina would benefit directly from the $83 million the federal government allocated for public art as part of the New Deal. The result was some of the state’s most memorable murals, sculptures, reliefs, paintings, oils, and frescoes, most of which were installed in post offices and courthouses. This book is the only record of all of the North Carolina public art works under the program. It provides in-depth accounts of the works themselves and the artists who created them. Photographs of all of the buildings that originally received the art, the works themselves, and almost all of the 41 artists are provided. An appendix describes federal art projects, 1933–1943. There are detailed footnotes, an extensive bibliography, and an index.