In the main floor vestibule, wainscoted in marble, is a series of murals by Clell.
She was the little girl who posed for Tommy Lyons when he did his Mexican murals.
Here the murals were missing so that he could look about him for reference points.
The walls were painted a light yellow and he walked all the way around wondering how to decorate them with murals.
There was a gold carpet, paintings of ladies and gentlemen in gorgeous attire, and murals and tapestries in the marble halls.
It was a moment before she realized, from the murals, that she had at last found a meaningful Martian word.
The sixth floor was Darfhulva, too; military and technological history, from the character of the murals.
The walls were decorated with murals—photographic reproductions of a famous artist's conception of other planets.