Contitution Mural by Barry Faulkner, 1936.
Installed in the rotunda
of the National Archives Building, Washington, D.C.
Constitution, a large-scale
mural, was painted in 1936 by Barry Faulkner in the Rotunda
for the Charters of Freedom at
the National Archives Building in Washington D.C.
are two parts to the mural; one depicts a fictional
scene of the presentation of the Declaration of Independence
and the other depicts the presentation of the Constitution
and Bill of Rights. Each mural measures more than 34
feet long and almost 13 feet high. The murals were
restored to their original beauty.
more about this mural and the delegates depicted.