Art: Publicized Murals

Mural paintings are usually unveiled with only a little more fanfare than attends the effort of a carpenter putting the last lick on the last nail in a wall. But in San Francisco and in Swarthmore, Pa. last week, two new murals were opened to the public in the midst of such community excitement that the paintings themselves were all but lost sight of.

The San Francisco mural at Fleishhacker Zoo was a big, bright-colored affair done in egg tempera,*portraying the story of Noah and the Ark. The work of Dorothy Puccinelli and Helen...

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