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Welcome to the Brockton Public Library third floor rotunda.
The murals were painted as a WPA project in 1940-41 by Fritz Fuglister and carefully restored in 2003 by artist/restorer John Arapoff as part of a complete renovation and expansion.
A brief history of the building can be found HERE.
Click images to see larger, click again to see full size.

A wider view.

Natural light is provided by this massive Skylight.

All the above images are available as high resolution prints and gift items at Pariseau's Market.

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Tags: Brockton MA, Brockton public library, fritz fuglister, murals, works progress administration, wpa

Comment by sjasis on October 1, 2008 at 7:16pm
What beautiful murals to grace your public library! The history has been well preserved/restored! I also love the Carnegie features, including that wonderful railing! We have Carnegie buildings in Brooklyn too (our acronym is also BPL!), and while some have been recently restored and renovated, for the most part they have not been very well maintained, which is very sad.
Comment by GTO on October 2, 2008 at 1:22am
super job Andy...it's a wonderful library!


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