Mitchell Jamieson painted this oil on canvas mural, entitled “The Roundhouse,” in 1941, with funding from the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. From the Willard Times, March 27, 1941: “A beautiful mural entitled ‘The Roundhouse at Willard,’ depicting railroad employes… read more
Mitchell Jamieson painted this mural “Tobacco Cutters” in 1938 for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts in what was previously the post office.
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. Mitchell Jamieson’s painting, “An Incident in Contemporary American… read more
Mitchell Jamieson painted the mural “Tobacco Cutters” in 1938 for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts to hang in the former Upper Marlboro post office. The building is now the Upper Marlboro branch of the Prince George’s County public library…. read more