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  1. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: A New Perspecive on Edison and William S. Hart

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.); Hart, William S. (William Surrey), 1864-1946; Edison, Thomas A. (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931
    • Date: Summer, 1978; 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Chichimecs; Cityscapes (representations); Goddesses; Pyramids; Motion picture cameras; Cowboys; Narrative art; History; Mural painting and decoration; Symbolism; Inventions; Actors; Light bulbs
    • Format: image
  2. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: World War I Doughboys

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.)
    • Date: Summer, 1978; 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Mural painting and decoration; Narrative art; History; Symbolism; Kissing; Wounds and injuries; World War, 1914-1918; Soldiers
    • Format: image
  3. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: World War I Doughboys

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.)
    • Date: Summer, 1978; 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Soldiers; Mural painting and decoration; Symbolism; World War, 1914-1918; Narrative art; Railroad trains; Kissing; History
    • Format: image
  4. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1890 Los Angeles Mountains to the Shore; world ward I

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.); Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: medals; Narrative art; Immigrants; Mural painting and decoration; Symbolism; Agriculture; Horizon; Employees; History; Flags; Automobiles; Airplanes; Technological innovations; World War, 1914-1918
    • Format: image
  5. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1890 Los Angeles Mountains to the Shore; immigrants

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Symbolism; Flags; History; Mural painting and decoration; Employees; Immigrants; Narrative art
    • Format: image
  6. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1890 Los Angeles Mountains to the Shore; San Pedro Harbor

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Cities and towns; Mural painting and decoration; Narrative art; History; Symbolism; Humor; Missionaries
    • Format: image
  7. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1890 Los Angeles Mountains to the Shore

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Narrative art; Bicycles; Terminals (Transportation); Cable cars (Streetcars); Mural painting and decoration; Gearing; Symbolism; History
    • Format: image
  8. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1880 Frontier California and 1890 Los Angeles Mountains to the Shore

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.); Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Oranges; Narrative art; Employees; Gearing; Women--Suffrage; Agriculture; Mural painting and decoration; Orchards; Symbolism; History; Bicycles
    • Format: image
  9. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1880 Frontier California

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Chinese; Narrative art; Railroads; History; Oranges; Orchards; Symbolism; Indians of North America; Employees; Immigrants; Agriculture; Battles; Mural painting and decoration; Horses
    • Format: image
  10. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1880 Frontier California

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.); Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Murieta, Joaquín, -1853
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Pony express; Mural painting and decoration; Pioneers; History; Oranges; Indians of North America; Symbolism; Narrative art; Minorities; Horses; Agriculture; Covered wagons
    • Format: image
  11. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1868 Sojourners; Chinese Massacre of 1871

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.); Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Immigrants; History; Massacres; violence; Chinese; Narrative art; Symbolism; Mural painting and decoration
    • Format: image
  12. East Los Angeles mural juxtaposing White American domestic life against Mexican domestic life: detail: Mexican domestic life

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Cruz, Manuel (American muralist, sculptor, and painter, active 20th century)
    • Date: ca. 1974; 1979 (photograph)
    • Topic: Mexican American art; Domestic life; History; Symbolism; social classes; Mural painting and decoration; deterioration; Laundry; graffiti
    • Format: image
  13. East Los Angeles mural juxtaposing White American domestic life against Mexican domestic life: detail: White American domestic life

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Cruz, Manuel (American muralist, sculptor, and painter, active 20th century)
    • Date: ca. 1974; 1979 (photograph)
    • Topic: Domestic life; Mexican American art; History; Symbolism; Laundry; deterioration; social classes; graffiti; Mural painting and decoration
    • Format: image
  14. We the Razas Live in the Barrios but We Do Not Own the Barrios: detail

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Cruz, Manuel (American muralist, sculptor, and painter, active 20th century)
    • Date: March 13, 1978; July, 1979 (photograph)
    • Topic: Mexican American art; History; Laundries; Hispanic American neighborhoods; Symbolism; graffiti; deterioration; Prohibition; Mafia; Devil; Narrative art; violence; Uncle Sam (Symbolic character); Mural painting and decoration
    • Format: image
  15. We the Razas Live in the Barrios but We Do Not Own the Barrios: detail

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Cruz, Manuel (American muralist, sculptor, and painter, active 20th century)
    • Date: March 13, 1978; July, 1979 (photograph)
    • Topic: Laundries; Uncle Sam (Symbolic character); deterioration; Symbolism; Hispanic American neighborhoods; Mural painting and decoration; Prohibition; Narrative art; graffiti; Moses (Biblical leader) in the New Testament; History; Mafia; Devil; violence; Mexican American art
    • Format: image
  16. We the Razas Live in the Barrios but We Do Not Own the Barrios: detail

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Cruz, Manuel (American muralist, sculptor, and painter, active 20th century)
    • Date: March 13, 1978; July, 1979 (photograph)
    • Topic: Mexican American art; Symbolism; Mural painting and decoration; deterioration; Radio and television towers; Narrative art; television receivers; History; graffiti; violence
    • Format: image
  17. Estrada Courts: We Are Not a Minority

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Torero, Mario (sculptor and muralist, 20th-21st centuries); Congreso de Artistas Cosmicos de las Americas de San Diego; Guevara, Che, 1928-1967
    • Date: 1978; 1979 (photograph); 1995 (restoration)
    • Topic: Symbolism; Revolutionaries; History; Leaders (people); Mural painting and decoration; Mexican American art; Portraits; Low-income housing
    • Format: image
  18. Estrada Courts: Two Flags

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Ramirez, Sonny
    • Date: 1973; 1979 (photograph)
    • Topic: History; Flags; Eagles; Skyscrapers; Low-income housing; Symbolism; Mexican American art; Mural painting and decoration; Olmecs
    • Format: image
  19. Estrada Courts: In Memory of Home Boy

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Martinez, Daniel (American muralist, 20th century, Los Angeles); Jesus Christ
    • Date: 1973; 1979 (photograph)
    • Topic: Symbolism; History; Low-income housing; Roses; Mexican American art; Mural painting and decoration; Eagles; Commemoratives
    • Format: image
  20. Estrada Courts: Untitled (Peacock)

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Date: ca. 1974; 1979 (photograph)
    • Topic: History; Peafowl; Animals; Mural painting and decoration; Mexican American art; Symbolism; Low-income housing
    • Format: image