On-Site Sculpture

A selection of modern and contemporary sculpture is on view in the museum’s atrium and on the second-floor sculpture terrace. 

Front Entrance:

indianaarc

Charles Perry
American, 1929-2011
Indiana Arc, 1995
Aluminum
21 ft.



lighttotemnightRobert A. Shakespeare
American
Light Totem, 2007






First Floor:

Martha test

Aristide Maillol
French, 1861‒1944
Ile de France, 1925
Bronze
65 x 17 x 23 in.
Given in memory of Henry Radford Hope (1905–1989) by his wife, children, and grandchildren, 89.14
Located on first floor, near doors to permanent collection gallery

cross sectionRichard Hunt
American, born 1935
Cross Section, 1970
Steel
187 1/2 x 33 x 14 in.
Purchased with funds from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Jane and Roger Wolcott Memorial, 72.130

circle

Tony Rosenthal
American, 1914-2009
Circle, 1987
Painted aluminum
Diameter: 96 in.
Gift of Tony Rosenthal, 91.31


Mezzanine:

Indiana Totem

Tony Rosenthal
American, 1914–2009
Indiana Totem, 1989
Painted aluminum
H. 420 in.
Given in honor of Dr. Henry Hope and Dr. Sarahanne Hope by Chancellor Herman B Wells, 89.1

Second Floor/ Sculpture Terrace:

volton vvx

David Smith
American, 1906–1965
Volton VVX, 1963
Steel and wrought iron
38 x 44 1/8 x 11 15/16 in.
71.33

landscape2

George Rickey
American, 1907-2002
Landscape II, 1962
Stainless steel
96 1/8 x 16 x 110 1/4 in.
66.99

jsbachTony Rosenthal
American, 1914-2009
J.S. Bach Fugue, 1991
Painted aluminum
Height:192 in. 
Gift of Herman B Wells, 90.76 



jacquardJerald Jacquard
Motion and Structure of the Big Red Wave, 1976
Painted Steel
Height: 156 in. 
Gift of Rita and John Grunwald, 91.464


Third Floor: 

laurent
Robert Laurent
American, born France, 1890-1970
Salome, 1944
Alabaster
15 3/4 x 24 1/2 x 15 in. 
64.107