The Back Series
The Back Series is a series of four bas-relief bronze sculptures, by Henri Matisse
The Back Series
The Back Series is a series of four bas-relief bronze sculptures, by Henri Matisse
Nymph (Central Figure for "The Three Graces")
Nymph (Central Figure for "The Three Graces") is a bronze sculpture, by Aristide Maillol.It was modeled in 1930, and cast in 1953, it is at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.In the tradition o...
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William Henry Seward Memorial
The William Henry Seward Memorial is located along Main Street (NY 17A/94) in downtown Florida, New York. It commemorates the life of Seward, a Florida native whose career in public service culminated...
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The Back Series
The Back Series is a series of four bas-relief bronze sculptures, by Henri Matisse.They were modeled between 1909 and 1930. Back I appeared in the second PostImpressionist show in London, and the Armo...
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Pioneer Woman
The Pioneer Woman monument is a bronze sculpture in Ponca City, Oklahoma, designed by Bryant Baker and dedicated on April 22, 1930. The statue is of a sunbonneted woman leading a child by the hand. It...
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Arrowhead Monument
Just over the railroad tracks in Old Fort, North Carolina, is the town square defined by a 30-foot-tall (9.1 m) arrowhead hand-chiseled in granite. The landmark was unveiled to a crowd of more th...
James Buchanan Memorial
The James Buchanan Memorial is a bronze and granite memorial in the Southeast corner of Meridian Hill Park Northwest, Washington, D.C. It was designed by architect William Gorden Beecher, and sculpt...
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Vauquelin Square
Vauquelin Square is a small urban square located in Old Montreal.
The square was a part of the fief given in 1658 to Lambert Closse and ceded to the Jesuits in 1692. It passed to the Crown in 1763...
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L'Âme de la France
L'Âme de la France (“The Soul of France”) is the name given by the French sculptor Carlo Sarrabezolles to three identical monumental statues that he executed in three different materials during the i...
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Tommy Trojan
Tommy Trojan, officially known as the Trojan Shrine, is one of the most recognizable figures of school pride at the University of Southern California. The life-size bronze statue of a Trojan warrior s...
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High Point (New Jersey)
High Point, in Montague, Sussex County, New Jersey, in the Skylands Region, is the highest elevation in the state at 1,803 feet (550 m). It is southeast of Port Jervis, New York. High Point is the h...
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Lincoln Monument (Dixon, Illinois)
The Lincoln Monument is a bronze statue of Abraham Lincoln that commemorates his 1832 service in the Black Hawk War. Located in President's Park in Dixon, Illinois, the bronze statue was sculpted by ...
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Cambrai Memorial to the Missing
The Cambrai Memorial to the Missing (sometimes referred to as the Louverval Memorial) is a Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) memorial for the missing soldiers of World War I who fought in the ...
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