• Post Office Sculpture - Northampton PA
    The historic Northampton post office building houses an example of New Deal artwork: the cast-stone sculpture entitled "Physical Changes of the Postman through the Ages," by Maurice Glickman, was created with federal Treasury of Fine Arts funds during the Great Depression.
  • Post Office Sculpture - South River NJ
    The wood carving "Construction" was created by Maurice Glickman for the new South River post office. The work was commissioned by the Section of Fine Arts and completed in 1943.
  • Udall Department of the Interior Building: Glickman and Slobodkin Sculptures - Washington DC
    The Stewart Lee Udall Department of the Interior building contains one of the largest collections of New Deal art in Washington DC, by some of the finest American artists of the time.  Two statues in exterior Court EE, outside the cafeteria, are by Maurice Glickman, "Negro Mother and Child," and Louis Slobodkin, "Abe Lincoln".  Both are in bronze with a black serpentine base and stand around 10 feet tall, including the base. Both are done in an Art Deco style. The statues were commissioned under the Public Works of Art Project and installed by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts in 1940. The...