Post Office Mural – Canoga Park CA

Description

The large oil-on-canvas mural “Palomino Ponies—1840” by Maynard Dixon depicts several galloping horses and a rider:

“The mural, Palomino Ponies, inside was painted in 1942 by Maynard Dixon, one of the most well known painters of the American West. At age sixty-six this would be his last public mural project.”
-http://wpainla.blogspot.com/

Source notes

New Deal Art During the Great Depression website.
http://www.wpamurals.com/californ.html

See photos at:
http://www.grconnect.com/murals/html/n2282494.html
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Location Info

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21801 Sherman Way
Canoga Park, CA 91303

Location notes:

Coordinates: 34.201300, -118.603096

One comment on “Post Office Mural – Canoga Park CA

  1. steve janisz

    A wonderful American western mural in a lovely old building. May many more wonderful American murals grace the walls of Post Offices and other often visited buildings.

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