RESTORED BY THE ARTIST 2017
This first segment representing the 1940s, depicts the 442nd Japanese Infantry Division flying out of the stripes of the American flag. But under the shadow of these stripes, Japanese American Servicemen were forced to move backward, toward internment camps, discarding their possessions as they go.
- This is a giclée of an original coloration used for determining the colors for the Great Wall of LA. It was used by the youth and artists in the LA River when painting the Great Wall over five summers from the late 1970s to early 1980s.
Artist: Judith F. Baca
Original Coloration Completed: 1981
Paper Size: 22" W x 13" H Image Size: 19" W x 6.75" H