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Victor Arnautoff: San Francisco’s Master Muralist of The 1930s

July 11 @ 7:30 pm

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Fee: Free to current SF Museum & Historical Society members. Admission for non-members is $10 per person or $5 for seniors, students
Presentation by
Robert Cherny
Between 1931 and 1942, Victor Arnautoff was arguably San Francisco’s leading artist of pubic murals. His murals may still be seen today at the former Palo Alto Health Clinic, Coit Tower, the former Protestant chapel at the Presidio of San Francisco, George Washington High School, the San Francisco Art Institute, and at three post offices including South San Francisco. From his service as a cavalry officer during the Russian Civil War, his politics moved left, joining the Communist Party in 1938. This lecture will survey Arnautoff’s career, from his birth in Russia in 1896 to his death in the Soviet Union in 1979, focusing on his art and politics during his years in San Francisco from 1931 to 1963.
http://www.sfhistory.org/events/monthly-programs/24-general-monthly-program-information

 

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Date:
July 11
Time:
7:30 pm
Cost:
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Website:
http://www.sfhistory.org/events/monthly-programs/24-general-monthly-program-information

Location

Roosevelt Middle School Auditorium
460 Arguello Bvd
San Francisco, CA United States
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