12 May 2009

Art & Appliances

Laundry can be beautiful, at least in this 1937 portrayal by artist Lester Beall. Part of the federal campaign during our first Great Depression to bring electricity to under-served rural America, his imagery boldly communicated how power would alleviate domestic drudgery.

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