Depression-Era Sculpture of the Bay Area

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The Great Depression was a terrible blow for the Bay Area's thriving art community. A few private art projects kept a small number of sculptors working, but for the majority, prospects of finding new commissions were grim. By the mid-1930s, Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal program had gathered steam, and assistance was provided to the nation's art community. Salvation came from the Works Progress Administration (WPA), which employed thousands of artists to produce sculpture for public venues. The Bay Area art ...

Depression-Era Sculpture of the Bay Area 2017, Arcadia Publishing Library Editions

ISBN-13: 9781540225757

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