Augusta Museum Visitor’s Center Mural – Augusta GA

Description

Arnold Friedman painted this oil on canvas mural, entitled “Environs of Warrentown,” in 1940 with funds provided by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. It was originally installed in the Warrentown post office but was removed in the early 1980’s because of complaints about the mural’s subject matter.

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http://www.augustamuseum.org/visit_info.htm

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Location Info


560-B Reynolds Street
Augusta, GA 30901

Location notes: Visitors Center

Coordinates: 33.474505, -81.960680

One comment on “Augusta Museum Visitor’s Center Mural – Augusta GA

  1. Rebecca Rogers, ACNHA Marketing Director

    From 1998 to present (Jan. 2017) this mural housed in the Augusta Convention and Visitors Bureau administrative offices. 1450 Greene Street, Suite 110. Augusta GA 30901.

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