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GEORGE BIDDLE   (1885-1973)
For more than fifty years, through his roles of draftsman, printmaker, painter, muralist, activist, teacher, and writer, the George Biddle spoke with his conscience. During the Great Depression of the 1930s, it was Biddle who suggested to his old Groton School friend, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, that artists have a part in the New Deal, resulting in the Federal Art Project. Biddle’s autobiography, An American Artist’s Story, was published in 1939.
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Death on the Plains, 1936



Poor Whites, 1932



Santiago de Atitlan (Guatemala), 1940




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