The historic post office in Springville, New York houses a (12’4″ x 4’2″) Section of Fine Arts oil-on-canvas mural entitled “Fiddler’s Green,” which was painted by Victoria Hutson Huntley and completed in 1938. From the Springfield Journal (June 30, 1938): “Mrs…. read more
This 1936 post office contains multiple examples of New Deal artwork, all funded by the Treasury Relief Art Project (TRAP). “The prominent American artist illustrator and author Ernest Peixotto was commissioned to paint five murals which are in themselves, a… read more
The historic post office building in Cooperstown, New York houses an example of New Deal artwork: a bronze relief depicting James Fenimore Cooper, Natty Bumppo and Chief Chingachgook produced by Victor Salvatore under the Treasury Relief Art Project (TRAP) program.