PUBLIC ART DATA FOR LOS ANGELES, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND HAWAII 


"Americanization of California" (1932) by Dean Cornwell
 
 
DESCRIPTION: 
40-foot by 40-foot oil-on-canvas mural
[one of a set of four rotunda murals, each flanked by 12-foot by 19-foot mural panels containing images symbolizing the elements and education]
LOCATION:  
interior, rotunda upper walls, Goodhue Building, 
Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles, CA

THE PUBLIC ART:
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THE PUBLIC PLACE:
    
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