Ann Rice O’Hanlon Fresco Mural – Lexington KY

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Ann Rice O’Hanlon’s was commissioned in 1934 through the Treasury Relief Art Project to create a fresco featured in Memorial Hall on the University of Kentucky’s Lexington campus.

“The large fresco in the lobby of Memorial Hall depicts scenes from early Lexington and central Kentucky and images of cultural development. It was completed in 1934 by Ann Rice O’Hanlon, a University of Kentucky graduate…”

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O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, Mill Valley, CA
University of Kentucky, Lexington

http://ukcc.uky.edu/cgi-bin/dynamo?maps.391+campus+0049

Project originally submitted by Megan Wilkinson on September 30, 2014.

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Location Info

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Memorial Hall, University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40508

Coordinates: 38.0368585, -84.5064471

One comment on “Ann Rice O’Hanlon Fresco Mural – Lexington KY

  1. M.P. Sloane

    The future of this mural is threatened as of November 2015. The school has covered it and is trying to learn whether it is possible to remove a fresco “for relocation”. Personally, I suspect this is the end of this particular work of art and piece of history. Its future will be in a handful of jpegs, a memory and, in time, not even that.

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