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Rico Lebrun (1900-1964) painted the Genesis mural on the interior wall of the south entrance of Frary Hall in 1960. Along with José Clemente Orozco's Prometheus mural, it is one of the most important artistic treasures of Pomona College. The monumental figure of Noah sheltering a child (shown in the image here) serves as the mural's visual and symbolic center, while surrounding Noah are representations of the Deluge, Job, Sodom and Gomorrah, Cain and Abel, and Adam and Eve.

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Early study for Genesis

Rico Lebrun
Wash on paper
20th c American Graphic Arts

Study for Genesis: Figure fragment

Rico Lebrun
Wash on paper
20th c American Graphic Arts

The Crucifixion (from Grunewald)

Rico Lebrun
Lithograph on wove paper
20th c American Graphic Arts

The Flood

Rico Lebrun
Lithograph on paper
20th c American Graphic Arts

Untitled (Crucifixion)

Rico Lebrun
Lithograph on paper
20th c American Graphic Arts

Villon's Ballade No. 2

Rico Lebrun
Lithograph on paper
20th c American Graphic Arts


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