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Brann working on a mural for the Works Progress Administration, ca. 1936
|Education||Art Students League of New York, Cooper Union|
|Known for||Figure painter, muralist, illustrator|
Louise Brann was an American painter who worked in the Federal Art Project during the New Deal. She is known for a fresco mural at the Mount Vernon Library in Mount Vernon, NY  based on a Goebelin tapestry, The Lady and the Unicorn.
- "Personalities and art news." Direction 1 (January 1938): 30-31. Note on the opening of the Harlem Art Center; mainly photographs of work by Nathaniel Dirk and Louise Brann.
- "Louise Brann, from the Federal Art Project, Photographic Division collection - Image Gallery". Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved 2013-06-16.
- "Fresco painted by Louise Brann". Mount Vernon Public Library. Retrieved 2011-12-17.
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