Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden

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Coordinates: 34°04′30.30″N 118°26′24.24″W / 34.0750833°N 118.4400667°W / 34.0750833; -118.4400667

Entrance to the sculpture garden

The Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden is one of the most comprehensive sculpture gardens in the United States. The garden is located on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles and is run by the Hammer Museum.

The sculpture garden was founded in 1967. It spans more than five acres and currently has more than 70 international sculptures, by figural and abstract artists such as Jean Arp, Deborah Butterfield, Alexander Calder, Barbara Hepworth, Jacques Lipchitz, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, Auguste Rodin, David Smith, Claire Falkenstein, Gaston Lachaise, Henri Matisse, Francisco Zúñiga, and others.[1]

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A view of the garden 
Another view of the garden 
Jacques Lipchitz: Song of the Vowels 
Gaston Lachaise: Standing Woman 

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