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Violet Oakley, "The Angel of Victory Triptych," ca. 1941. Image courtesy Jeff Richmond-Moll
Ph.D. candidate Jeffrey Richmond-Moll published the article "Triptychs at War: Violet Oakley's Victory" in the newest issue of the Archives of American Art Journal. Focusing on Violet Oakley's wartime altarpieces, which the artist produced for the American military during World War II, Richmond-Moll's essay argues that Oakley's paintings highlighted contemporary Americans' desires to endow the war with cosmic consequences, and revealed broader national sentiments regarding the role of art in military conflict.
This article is based on Richmond-Moll's 2014 exhibition at the Delaware Art Museum, Blessed Are the Peacemakers: Violet Oakley's The Angel of Victory (1941), and was supported by a fellowship from the Center for Material Culture Studies at the University of Delaware.
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