This was a huge disappointment to the fans who painted a mural on the side.
His son Henry Hopper participated, and Muck wound up incorporating him—in green, of course—into the mural.
Crouse says none of the other council members will comment on the mural or the recall, either.
painting on a wall, 1921, short for mural painting (1850), from mural (adj.) "pertaining to walls" (mid-15c.), from Latin muralis "of a wall," from murus "wall" (Old Latin moiros, moerus), from PIE *mei- "to fix; to build fences or fortifications" (cf. Old English mære "boundary, border, landmark;" Old Norse -mæri "boundary, border-land;" Latin munire "to fortify, protect").
mural mu·ral (myur'əl)
Of or relating to the wall of any cavity.
A painting, usually large, made directly on a wall.
Note: The Mexican artist Diego Rivera was noted for his production of murals.