1934: A New Deal For Artists

Description:
The Public Works of Art Project gave artists an opportunity to create art during the Great Depression. Co-Curator of the American Art Museum, Ann Wagner, discusses the federal government and its program to support artists, the artists' lives working on the federal pay roll, and select paintings from the exhibition 1934: A New Deal for Artists.
Duration: 30 Minute, 33 Second
Rating: 4.9 - Excellent
Published: 8 Years Ago
Author: Smithsonian American Art Museum
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