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National Society of Mural Painters

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National Society of Mural Painters

The National Society of Mural Painters is an American artists' organization originally known as The Mural Painters. The charter of the society is to advance the techniques and standards for the design and execution of mural art for the enrichment of architecture in the United States.


The NSMP was founded in 1895, in an era of National Sculpture Society, which originally included a large percentage of architectural sculptors, and the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design, founded in 1916 as the teaching wing of the Society of Beaux-Arts Architects.

Still in existence after more than a hundred years, the society presents exhibitions and organizes competitions. The NSMP is a member of the Fine Arts Federation of New York.

Past presidents of the Society include

Notable members

External links

  • the society's website
  • papers of the NSMP located at the Smithsonian Archives of American Art
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