Victor Arnautoff’s fresco entitled “Life of Washington” consists of twelve panels and totals 1600 square feet. It was produced with the assistance of FAP funds.
The historic Northgate Station post office housed an example of New Deal artwork: “Good Technique – Good Harvest,” an oil-on-canvas mural by Victor Arnautoff. The work, which was commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts, was completed and installed… read more
“A notable artistic feature of the Main Post Chapel is a large fresco painted in 1935 by Victor Arnautoff and his assistants. With St. Francis at its center, the mural depicts a historical pageant related to the founding of the… read more
This 1941 mural by Victor Arnautoff depicts “South San Francisco, Past and Present.” The 3-panel oil on canvas was funded by the Section of Fine Arts in 1941.