• Los Angeles Post Office Terminal Annex Murals - Los Angeles CA
    This fresco in the Post Office Terminal Annex lobby consists of eleven semi-circular, tempera on plaster "lunettes" by Boris Deutsch depicting "Cultural Contributions of North, South and Central America." The murals were funded by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts and completed in 1944. "The mural series entitled “The Cultural Contributions of North, South and Central America” in the Los Angeles Terminal Annex Post Office was painted in the early 1940s by Boris Deutsch. While the murals depict a number of indigenous North and South Americans, Mr. Deutsch himself was originally from Lithuania... In 1939, he received a commission from the United...
  • Post Office Mural - Reedley CA
    Boris Deutsch was a Lithuanian immigrant. His oil-on-canvas mural "Grape Pickers" depicts a busy grape harvest. The work, which hangs in Reedley, California's historic post office building, was commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.
  • Post Office Mural - Truth or Consequences NM
    "New Deal mural entitled 'Indian Bear Dance' painted by Boris Deutsch in 1940. Truth or Consequences was known as "Hot Springs" until 1951." (flickr) "Indian Bear Dance, Truth or Consequences, New Mexico Installed in 1938, this 12-foot long, oil on canvas mural by Boris Deutsch is located in the Geronimo Retail Unit, 300 Main Street, Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, Post Office. The retail unit is open 24 hours a day for postal customers and visitors interested in New Deal art." (about.usps.com)