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1414

Study for Freeland

1938
Oil on board
10 7/8 x 26 in. (27.622 x 66.04 cm)
Signed lower right: John Folinsbee; on back left center on label printed and typed: New Deal Art Projects/Public Buildings Service/General Services Administration/Washington, D.C./Artist John Fulton Folinsbee Program Section of Fine Arts (1938)/Title of Work Freeland. Study for a mural in the Freeland/Pennsylvania Post Office/Conveyed to the National Museum of American Art/Accession No. Item #98 Date 12/8/82/This work is the property of the United States Government and is loaned subject to regulations of loan and is not to be removed.; on back center in panel: Freeland [illegible]/26 x 10 7/8
Smithsonian American Art Museum. Transfer from General Services Administration.

Provenance

United States Government, General Services Administration (1938-1985)
Smithsonian American Art Museum

Exhibition History

1938 Ferargil: Paintings by John Folinsbee
198891 Washington, DC: Murals for the New Deal Era
1998 National Postal Museum DC: New Deal Mural Exhibition

Published References

No known literature

Finished work:

Freeland, 1938 (825)