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Results for "Abstract sculpture"

24 monuments found.

Image of Alamo

Alamo

Manhattan
Tilted cube on pivot

Image of Bird Flying Machine

Bird Flying Machine
Central Park
Manhattan

Figure on integral plinth

Image of Bound Hands Rising Free

Bound Hands Rising Free
McCarren Park
Brooklyn

A hand pointing down supports a group of three hands pointing upward with the higher, middle hand supporting a dove with wings spread and starting to fly, on a pedestal

Image of Cactus Couple

Cactus Couple
Central Park
Manhattan

Two forms, one tall and one ball-shaped, on base supported by low box

Image of Coenties Ship

Coenties Ship


Vertical structure on cut glass bell-shaped base; with glass pavers in radiating fashion

Image of Columnade

Columnade
Fort Tryon Park
Manhattan

Two upright, continuous lengths of cast material in a U-attached- to- inverted-U pattern, aligned side by side

Image of Eaphae-Aekyad #2

Eaphae-Aekyad #2
John Jay Park
Manhattan

Precariously balanced pieces of steel

Image of El Arbol de Esperanza

El Arbol de Esperanza
Thomas Jefferson Park
Manhattan

Tree trunk figure, globe constructed of a transparent matrix of coated rods with fittings at connecting points

Image of Free Form

Free Form
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens

Form on base

Image of Freedom of the Human Spirit

Freedom of the Human Spirit
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens

Group of two upright figures (heroic scale), one male,one female, supported by three swans in flight, attached to upright spikes, on a circular pedestal

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