The Board of Water and Light Dye Conditioning Plant in Lansing, Michigan contains multiple examples of New Deal artwork, including: “Water as Hydro-Electric Power,” a 1941 mural by Charles Pollock.
“Charles Pollock’s 1941 mural in the center shows man’s control over nature and the importance of water as hydro-electric power. The figures represent agriculture and industry, and the use of plastics and agricultural chemistry, refer to the research and work activities undertaken in this building”
Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on December 20, 2017.
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