Oakton School: Lenzi Bas Reliefs – Evanston IL

City:
Evanston, IL

Site Type:
Art Works, Sculpture and Bas Relief

New Deal Agencies:
Arts Programs, Work Relief Programs, Federal Arts Project (FAP), Works Progress Administration (WPA)

Completed:
1939

Artists:
Alfred Lenzi, Rudolph Franz, Svend Ericksen

Description

In 1939, Alfred Lenzi designed two wooden reliefs for the Oakton school with WPA Federal Art Project funds. The 3′ x 9′ “Farm Animals” was completed with assistance from wood worker Rudolph Franz. The 3′ x 11′ “Wild Animals” was completed with assistance from wood worker Svend Ericksen.

Source notes

Originally posted in the New Deal Art Registry

Location Info


436 Ridge
Evanston, IL 60202

Location notes: corridor

Coordinates: 42.025857, -87.68535

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