Foster St. in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts photographed in 1979. The mural to the right was painted by Sante Graziani (1920-2005), who was the head of the School at the Worcester Art Museum from 1951-1972 and its dean from 1972-1981. The mural depicts five illustrations of George Washington, and is known as the "Wall O'Washingtons.
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Architecture -- Massachusetts -- Worcester; Downtown districts -- Massachusetts -- Worcester; Street art -- Massachusetts -- Worcester; Mural painting and decoration--20th century -- Massachusetts -- Worcester; Urban development
Smolski, Chester and Graziani, Sante, "Worcester: Foster St." (1979). Browse All. 1035.
cityscape, downtown, public art, mural, streetscape