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Fertile Ground: Art and Community in California - Gallery 1

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Hi-res images for Fertile Ground: Art and Community in California, on view at the Oakland Museum of California from September 20, 2014 through April 12, 2015, are available for download on this page. Additional images available upon request.

Gallery 1: This gallery contains images for the first two sections of the exhibition, Patronage, Public Art, and Allegory of California (1930s), and Postwar at the California School of Fine Arts (1940s–’50s).

For images from the third and fourth sections, visit Gallery 2.


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