Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles

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George Fisher: He was born and lived much of his life in Detroit and studied at the Detroit School of Fine Arts. In 1938 Fisher did a post office mural in Chelsea, Michigan, for one of the federal New Deal art projects, the Treasury Deparment's Section of Painting and Sculpture. He may have done a few other murals in the Los Angeles area.


Desmond Rushton: He was originally from London, England.


George Fisher and Desmond Rushton

One panel is of seven Plains Indian men on horseback.