Post Office Wood Carving – Oakville CT

Description

The historic post office building in Oakville, Connecticut houses an example of New Deal artwork: a Treasury Section of Fine Arts wood relief entitled “The Picknickers,” created by Theodore C. Barbarossa in 1941.

Source notes

Originally posted in the New Deal Art Registry: https://www.newdealartregistry.org/
https://www.wpamurals.com/Connecticut.html
https://connecticutnewdealart.weebly.com/location.html

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Location Info


322 Main Street
Oakville, CT 06779

Location notes: Lobby

Coordinates: 41.588872, -73.087068

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