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    • Bat sculpture outside Patterson Stadium, 2012.

    • Bat sculpture outside Patterson Stadium, 2012.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Stadiums; Sports & recreation facilities

    • Bat sculpture outside Patterson Stadium, seen from above. A banner promoting Cardinal baseball is affixed to the wall of the stadium. Built partially on the site of the old Louisville and Nashville Railroad YMCA, which was later the site of...
    • Bat sculpture outside Patterson Stadium, 2012.

    • Bat sculpture outside Patterson Stadium, 2012.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Stadiums; Sports & recreation facilities

    • Bat sculpture outside Patterson Stadium. The tree-lined walkway and entry gate are visible in the background, as is the street. Patterson Stadium is at the corner of Third Street and Central Avenue. There are cars parked along the curbs on both...
    • Big Red undergoing refinishing, 2012.

    • Big Red undergoing refinishing, 2012.

    • Big Red (Sculpture); Public art--Kentucky--Louisville;

    • Big Red sculpture undergoing refinishing. A white primer has been applied to the usually red sculpture, which stands outside the University of Louisville College of Business. Created by Tom Lear and installed December 20-21, 1989 and dedicated June...
    • Blanche Walsh.

    • Blanche Walsh.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing; Headdresses

    • Character portrait of Blanche Walsh (1873-1915) wearing a headdress of pearls and jewels, a sheer sequined shawl, and bangles on her wrists, and leaning on an Egyptian sculpture with headdress. She performed at Macauley's Theatre in "La...
    • Bob Saenger.

    • Bob Saenger.

    • Bookplates; Labels

    • Image of Auguste Rodin's sculpture "The Thinker." Above the image is the quotation "Thinking good is thanking god." Below the image are the name "Bob Saenger" and the phrase "Her Book." Brown ink. Signed AH...
    • Bojewyan Farms.

    • Bojewyan Farms.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Abstract paintings; Abstract works; Agriculture; Agricultural productivity; Croplands; Farms; Farming; Economics; Economic & social conditions; Landscapes (Representations); Villages; Coastlines; Animals

    • "Bojewyan is a small village near St. Just in Cornwall, England. At the time of the painting local farmsteads were falling empty because they were uneconomic. Lanyon saw this as a serious threat to the region. His painting contains hints of a...
    • Dentistry, School of, 1985.

    • Dentistry, School of, 1985.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville. School of Dentistry; Abstract sculpture; Fountains; Courtyards; Educational facilities;

    • School of Dentistry seen across the Health Sciences Center courtyard. Ad Astra (an abstract sculpture) can be seen in addition to a fountain. The University of Louisville School of Dentistry was organized in 1918 with the purchase of the Louisville...
    • Dentistry, School of, with Ad Astra, circa 2004.

    • Dentistry, School of, with Ad Astra, circa 2004.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville. School of Dentistry; Columns; Public sculpture; Abstract sculpture; Ad Astra (Sculpture)

    • Dental School building with the sculpture "Ad Astra" ("to the stars") in the foreground. The building has a contemporary-style columned front and large windows. A portion of a fountain is also visible in the foreground. The...
    • Diptych leaf of Consul Areobindus, from Constantinople (Turkey).

    • Diptych leaf of Consul Areobindus, from Constantinople (Turkey).

    • Sculpture; Diptychs; Commemorations; Portraits; Men; Consuls; Government officials; Politicians; People associated with politics & government; Clothing & dress; Hairstyles; Scepters; Ceremonial objects; Symbols; Monograms; Medallions...

    • "The Louvre diptych was produced in 506 A.D., on the occasion of the consulate of Areobindus. […] An exceptionally high number of diptychs and panels in his name remain: two complete diptychs and five individual panels. […] The Areobindus...
    • Dormitories A-G, after 1969.

    • Dormitories A-G, after 1969.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville. School of Music; Dormitories; Sculpture;

    • Buildings used as dormitories and practice space by the School of Music when it was located on the University of Louisville's Shelby Campus. There is a sculpture in front of one of the buildings. These buildings were formerly dormitories for...
    • Ekstrom Library east entrance, circa 2002.

    • Ekstrom Library east entrance, circa 2002.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Ekstrom Library (Louisville, Ky.); Libraries; Public sculpture; Freedom's Muse (Sculpture); Trees;

    • Ekstrom Library, east entrance. The sculpture "Freedom's Muse" -- a young female dancer -- can be seen near wooden benches lining the sidewalk leading up to the entrance. Portions of the first, second and third floors of this red brick,...
    • Ethel du Pont and Fayette Barnum of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Ethel du Pont and Fayette Barnum of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Women; Artists; Teachers; People associated with education & communication; Art exhibitions

    • Ethel DuPont of Louisville, Kentucky with Fayette Barnum, Director of the Art Center School, in front of an art exhibit of crafts, sculpture, painting, and tapestry. Ethel is most likely the younger of the two women, whose faces are framed by crop...
    • Filter Fat Corner.

    • Filter Fat Corner.

    • Sculpture; Allusions; Chemistry; Science; Interpersonal relations; Social science; Sociology; Utopias

    • "The work consisted of a triangular gauze filter stretched across a corner into which lumps of fat had been packed. Apart from alluding to physical metamorphoses brought about via osmosis, processes of refinement and purification were evoked....
    • Fountain (Urinal).

    • Fountain (Urinal).

    • Sculpture; Plumbing fixtures; Fountains; Men; Bodily functions; Urination

    • "Duchamp's most outrageous Ready-Made was a urinal that he submitted as a sculpture to a New York exhibition mounted by the Society of Independent Artists in 1917. He turned it upside down, signed it 'R. Mutt' and called it a Fountain. The...
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