Claes Oldenburg, Giant Three-Way Plug (1970) 

Mahogany veneer over wood, 58 1/2 x 38 3/4 x 29 1/2”

Detroit Institute of Arts 

Detroit, Michigan

Tony Smith, Gracehoper (1/3) (1962)

Painted steel, 22’ 8” x 24’ x 46’

Detroit Institute of Arts 

Detroit, Michigan

Tony Smith, Amaryllis (1965) 

Painted steel, 135 x 128 x 90” 

Landmarks, The University of Texas at Austin

Austin, Texas

Pictures of Sculptures turned 1 today! And we’re just 5 posts shy of 100 sculptures. 

Pictures of Sculptures turned 1 today! And we’re just 5 posts shy of 100 sculptures. 

Henry Moore, Man Enters the Cosmos (1980) 

Bronze, 156” 

Adler Planetarium 

Chicago, Illinois

Lorado Taft, Fountain of Time (1920; dedicated 1922) 

Concrete, 24’ x 126’ 10” x 23’ 6” 

Washington Park 

Chicago, Illinois

Katharina Fritsch, Hahn/Cock (2013)
Fiberglass, H: 15.5’
Trafalgar Square, London

Katharina Fritsch, Hahn/Cock (2013)

Fiberglass, H: 15.5’

Trafalgar Square, London

Gerald Sawyer, Bronze Fonz (2008) 
Bronze, H: 65” 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Gerald Sawyer, Bronze Fonz (2008) 

Bronze, H: 65” 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Duane Hanson, Vendor with Walkman (1990) 
Polychromed bronze with accessories, 8 x 8 x 15’ 
Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport 
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Duane Hanson, Vendor with Walkman (1990) 

Polychromed bronze with accessories, 8 x 8 x 15’ 

Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport 

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Antoine Pevsner, Construction in Space in the Third and Fourth Dimensions (1959)

Bronze

Laird Bell Law Quadrangle, University of Chicago

Landscape architect: Dan Kiley

Architect: Eero Saarinen

Chicago, Illinois

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