John Sloan (American, 1871-1951), 14th Street at 6th Avenue, c. 1935, oil on wood panel, US General Services Administration, thanks to Charle...

John Sloan (American, 1871-1951), 14th Street at 6th Avenue, c. 1935, oil on wood panel, US General Services Administration, thanks to Charle...

History of Southern Illinois  By Paul Kelpe, Illinois Federal Art Project, WPA, ca. 1935-39 Gouache.  Paul Kelpe was a German-born American abstract painter. In addition to his mural work for various American government projects, he was an innovative independent painter and university art professor. He was a pioneer of American abstract art.

History of Southern Illinois By Paul Kelpe, Illinois Federal Art Project, WPA, ca. 1935-39 Gouache. Paul Kelpe was a German-born American abstract painter. In addition to his mural work for various American government projects, he was an innovative independent painter and university art professor. He was a pioneer of American abstract art.

The WPA Murals: State of the Art

The WPA Murals: State of the Art

George Bellows | Men of the Docks | NG6649 | The National Gallery, London

George Bellows | Men of the Docks | NG6649 | The National Gallery, London

George Luks (American; Ashcan School, The Eight, 1867–1933): New York; 1922. - Google Search

George Luks (American; Ashcan School, The Eight, 1867–1933): New York; 1922. - Google Search

6. Artists on FAP payroll were compensated with a wage of $23.50 per week and given various deadlines for their works, depending on what medium they used.

6. Artists on FAP payroll were compensated with a wage of $23.50 per week and given various deadlines for their works, depending on what medium they used.

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