Fine Art

Said to have been commissioned by Bertram G. Goodhue, this painting was on display during the Panama-California Exposition in the California State Commission room, called the Governor’s Room, of the California Building. The painting is mentioned by Goodhue’s architect in residence, Carleton Monroe Winslow, on page 46 of the book The Architecture and the Gardens of the San Diego Exposition. Current location of the painting is unknown, possibly Sacramento. If you have seen the painting, please let us know where it is. Contact:

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