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mural, 1936, George Biddle
|From Philadelphia lawyer to wartime art correspondent for Life|
magazine, to muralist and presidential advisor to FDR, Biddle's
impact on history, and certainly art history cannot be overstated.
|Having just returned from Mexico, the Latino influence is very much|
apparent in these prints dating from 1928.
|Industrial Scene, 1930, George Biddle, a relatively |
small, easel painting in an expressionistic mode.
|Dead Civilians, 1940s, George Biddle|
|Portrait of Fletcher Martin, (a fellow |
combat artist), George Biddle.