1940s - Bas-relief Sculpture on East Wing of City Hall
One of three bas-relief panels designed by artist Batholomew Mako (1890-1970) that adorn the exterior of City Hall. According to notes on the rear of the photo, the untitled east wing panel represents “a Jehovah-like figure representing religion,” a “Goddess of Plenty,” a “family scene,” and a “scene [that] represents the hurts of war.” Additional panels are present on the west wing of the building as well as on the Third Street-facing side. Mako was also responsible for the painting, “Justice,” that once hung in the police courtroom in City Hall and presently hangs in the City Attorney’s office.
275 E. Olive Avenue, Burbank, CA 91502
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8x10 b&w print
Burbank Public Library, Burbank in Focus Office
City Clerk's Office
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