San Francisco is a
great Mural Town. Throughout history, murals
have been used to communicate the scale and drama of the artists' themes.
Mission District murals often depict the struggle for human rights and
freedom by the working class. Choose the links to see how San Francisco
paints the town.
I: Bagdad Cafe, 16th & Market
II: 16th & Sanchez
Detail III: Clarion Alley & Valencia
Detail IV: Sycamore & Valencia
Detail V: Mission & 21st
Detail VI: Bethany Center, 580 Capp St.
Detail VII: 23rd & Mission
Detail VIII: 1313 South Van Ness Ave.
Detail IX: Balmy & 24th
Detail X: St. Peter's Rectory, 1200 Florida
Detail XI: Bryant & 24th
Detail XII: Precita Center, 534 Precita
Detail XIII: L. Flynn Elementary, 3125
Cesar Chavez St.
Detail XIV: Cesar Chavez Elementary, 825
Detail XV: Bryant & 21st
Detail XVI: 434 Ellis St.
Detail XVII: Stockton & Pacific
Detail XVIII: 375 Frederick St.
Detail XIX: City Lights
Detail XX: Coit Tower
Detail XXI: Jazz Mural
Detail XXII: Women's Building
Detail XXIII: Mitchell Brothers
Detail XIV: Rigo
Detail XXV: Caffe Trieste
Detail XXVI: Diego Rivera
Detail XXVII: Harvey Milk Mural
XXVIII: Precita Eyes