Essay heading: Chicano Murals In Los Angeles
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April 6, 2006
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The murals were easily understood by non-literate people and presented a populist view of history. When a new, more conservative government came into power, the three renowned artists moved to the United States.
Following in the footsteps of government sponsored murals, Franklin Delano Roosevelt in his New Deal, commissioned murals during the Great Depression in an effort to provide jobs for artists and promulgate American ideals...
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Government funded murals denied the artists freedom of expression, especially in the political realm. What emerged in the Chicano Art Movement, was individual and collective sociopolitical ideology being freely expressed without the constraints of sponsor censorship. Unlike the previous mural movements, their art was unofficial and unfunded ? an arm of struggle, a way of claiming urban space for their own proliferation of public discourse...
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