Sometimes photographic documentation is all that remains of long-lost murals.
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At the intersection of Washington and Culver Boulevards rises a brick triangle that looks like a wedge of tawny brown bread, which movie stars, bookies, and bums once called this b
Pollock's "Mural" may pale in comparison to the advances in mural technology, but it continues to teach us what makes a work of art great.
Just outside Riverside's city limits, in the community known as Rubidoux, a small airport that dates back to 1925 proudly wears wings of quirkiness.
An all-women mural crew gives counterpoint to the male-dominated "Mural Mile" in the San Fernando Valley.