Jan 5, 2009
FAC artist George Biddle featured on NPR
From NPR's Morning Edition: "The Justice Department headquarters was built when America was struggling through the Great Depression. The country's most prestigious artists of the day competed to win commissions for paintings that would show how law and justice could make life better for everyone." George Biddle, FAC permanent collection portrait artist/muralist, is featured online and in a slideshow. To hear the story, see the pictures, visit NPR.