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"Man Controlling Trade," Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC
Man Controlling Trade was financed by the Treasury Department Section on Fine Arts, a largely forgotten benefactor of 1,400 murals and sculptures that is frequently confused with the Works Progress Administration. A design competition in 1938 awarded 29-year-old sculptor Michael Lantz $45,600 to complete the project, a life changing sum for the struggling artist who previously earned a $94 a month at his government relief job.
Lantz spent four years on the sculptures and unveiled his finished creations in May, 1942 to critical acclaim. Federal Trade Commission biographer Marc McClure wrote that “the horse, representing big business, with its dynamic energy suggests that it could easily go on a rampage and leave a path of destruction behind it, oblivious to its own actions. The muscular man stripped to the waist standing beside the horse and gripping its reins symbolizes the federal government, which through intelligence and restraint forces the horse to submit its power to a useful purpose.” - Source: https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/man-controlling-trade