List of outdoor artworks at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

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This is a list of works of art at the Indianapolis Museum of Art which are located outside, on one of three campus locations:

There are also artworks that the museum has out on loan, and those that have been deaccessioned.

Title Artist Year Location/GPS Coordinates Material Dimensions Owner Image
Above and Below [1] Maya Lin 2007 Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds 39°49′33.77″N 86°11′10.19″W / 39.8260472°N 86.1861639°W / 39.8260472; -86.1861639 (Above and Below by Maya Lin (2007)) Epoxy-coated aluminum tubing 240 x 1200 Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Antique Wellhead [2] Unknown Late 19th century Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens39°49′49.79″N 86°11′2.09″W / 39.8304972°N 86.1839139°W / 39.8304972; -86.1839139 (Antique Wellhead by Unknown (late 19th century)) Limestone 29 x 31 x 31 Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Bench Around the Lake [3][4] Jeppe Hein 2010 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park 39°49′39.88″N 86°11′18.95″W / 39.8277444°N 86.1885972°W / 39.8277444; -86.1885972 (Bench Around the Lake by Jeppe Hein (2010)) Painted aluminum Park installation Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Copy of Diana of Versailles[5][6] Unknown Early 20th century Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens 39°49′38.19″N 86°11′8.12″W / 39.8272750°N 86.1855889°W / 39.8272750; -86.1855889 (Diana with Deer by Unknown (early 20th century)) Concrete 39 x 27.5 x 63 Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Diana with Dog[7][8] Unknown Early 20th century Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens 39°49′35.83″N 86°10′58.66″W / 39.8266194°N 86.1829611°W / 39.8266194; -86.1829611 (Diana with Dog by Unknown (early 20th century)) Limestone 78 x 36 x 30 Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Eden II [3][9] Tea Mäkipää 2010 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park 39°49′42.88″N 86°11′31.3″W / 39.8285778°N 86.192028°W / 39.8285778; -86.192028 (Eden II by Tea Mäkipää (2010)) Mixed media Park installation Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Female Herm and Male Herm [10] Unknown Early 20th century Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens 39°49′40.1″N 86°11′8.39″W / 39.827806°N 86.1856639°W / 39.827806; -86.1856639 (Female Herm by Unknown (early 20th century)) Marble 84 x 24 x 24 Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Four Seasons,[11][12][13][14] Unknown Italian artisans Early 20th century? Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens 39°49′37.85″N 86°10′59.89″W / 39.8271806°N 86.1833028°W / 39.8271806; -86.1833028 (Four Seasons Sculptures by Unknown (early 20th century)) Limestone 30 x 12 x 12 Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image 1, IMA Image 2, IMA Image 3, IMA Image 4
Free Basket [3][15] Los Carpinteros 2010 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park 39°49′31.87″N 86°11′19.75″W / 39.8255194°N 86.1888194°W / 39.8255194; -86.1888194 (Free Basket by Los Carpinteros (2010)) Painted metal Park installation Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Funky Bones [3][16] Atelier van Lieshout 2010 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park 39°49′38.78″N 86°11′25.15″W / 39.8274389°N 86.1903194°W / 39.8274389; -86.1903194 (Funky Bones by Atelier van Lieshout (2010)) Painted fiberglass Park installation Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Indianapolis Island [3][17] Andrea Zittel 2010 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park 39°49′48.30″N 86°11′17.77″W / 39.8300833°N 86.1882694°W / 39.8300833; -86.1882694 (Indianapolis Island by Andrea Zittel (2010)) Painted fiberglass, mixed media Park installation Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Birdbath [18] Unknown Early 20th century Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens 39°49′45.46″N 86°10′59.94″W / 39.8292944°N 86.1833167°W / 39.8292944; -86.1833167 (Birdbath by Unknown (early 20th century)) Field stone and mortar 24 x 36 (Diam) Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
La Hermana del Hombre-Boveda [19][20] Pablo Serrano 1963 Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds 39°49′34.43″N 86°10′59.23″W / 39.8262306°N 86.1831194°W / 39.8262306; -86.1831194 (La Hermana del Hombre-Boveda by Pablo Serrano (2010)) Bronze 38 x 34 x 38 in. Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
LOVE (sculpture) [21][22] Robert Indiana 1970 Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds 39°49′33.16″N 86°10′59.42″W / 39.8258778°N 86.1831722°W / 39.8258778; -86.1831722 (LOVE by Robert Indiana (1970)) Cor-Ten steel 144 x 144 x 72 in. Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Memories of Prague [23] David Louis Rodgers 1983-85 Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds 39°49′33.88″N 86°11′11.35″W / 39.8260778°N 86.1864861°W / 39.8260778; -86.1864861 (Memories of Prague by David Louis Rodgers (1983-85)) Limestone 50 x 44 (Diam) Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Mother and Child [24] Dora Gordine 1940 Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds 39°49′36.92″N 86°11′3.18″W / 39.8269222°N 86.1842167°W / 39.8269222; -86.1842167 (Mother and Child by Dora Gordine (1940)) Bronze 43 1/2 x 92 1/2 in. Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Numbers 1-0 [25][26] Robert Indiana 1980-82 Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds 39°49′33.83″N 86°11′10.76″W / 39.8260639°N 86.1863222°W / 39.8260639; -86.1863222 (Numbers 1-0 by Robert Indiana (1980-82)) Painted aluminum 10 sculptures, 96 x 96 x 48 Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Nymph and Fawn [27][28] Isidore Konti 1917 Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens 39°49′40.69″N 86°11′8.42″W / 39.8279694°N 86.1856722°W / 39.8279694; -86.1856722 (Nymph and Fawn by Isidore Konti (1917)) Bronze 56.25 x 24 x 20 Indianapolis Museum of Art Nymph and Fawn-Konti.jpg
Park of Laments [3][29] Alfredo Jaar 2010 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park 39°49′37.73″N 86°11′18″W / 39.8271472°N 86.18833°W / 39.8271472; -86.18833 (Park of the Laments by Alfred Jaar (2010)) Earth work Park installation Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Urns,[30][31] Unknown Early 20th century? Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens 39°49′40.06″N 86°11′0.33″W / 39.8277944°N 86.1834250°W / 39.8277944; -86.1834250 (Pair of Urns by Unknown (early 20th century)) Limestone 108 x 42 x 42 Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image 1, IMA Image 2
Snowplow [32][33] Mark di Suvero 1972 Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds 39°49′30.04″N 86°10′57.71″W / 39.8250111°N 86.1826972°W / 39.8250111; -86.1826972 (Snowplow by Mark di Suvero (1972)) Painted steel, rubber tire. 144 x 132 x 84 Indianapolis Museum of Art Snowplow1968.jpg
Stratum Pier [3][34] Kendall Buster 2010 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park 39°49′42.22″N 86°11′25.14″W / 39.8283944°N 86.1903167°W / 39.8283944; -86.1903167 (Stratum Pier by Kendall Buster (2010)) Fiberglass, metal, concrete Park installation Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Stumbling Man [35][36] David K. Rubins 1969 Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds 39°49′36.01″N 86°11′0.7″W / 39.8266694°N 86.183528°W / 39.8266694; -86.183528 (Stumbling Man by David K. Rubins (1969)) Bronze 32.5" x 38" x 62" Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Sundial, Boy With Spider [37][38] Willard Dryden Paddock 1916 Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens 39°49′38.73″N 86°11′2.24″W / 39.8274250°N 86.1839556°W / 39.8274250; -86.1839556 (Sundial, Boy With Spider by Willard Dryden Paddock (1916)) Bronze 30 x 20 x 29 in Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Sutphin Fountain [39][40] Stu Dawson 1972 Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds 39°49′33.29″N 86°11′5.54″W / 39.8259139°N 86.1848722°W / 39.8259139; -86.1848722 (Sutphin Fountain by Stu Dawson (1972)) Indiana limestone 40 in. x 34 ft (Diam) Indianapolis Museum of Art Sutphin Fountain IMA.jpg
Team Building (Align) [3][41] Type A 2010 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park 39°49′36.8″N 86°11′21.55″W / 39.826889°N 86.1893194°W / 39.826889; -86.1893194 (Team Building (Align) by Type A (2010)) Aluminum Park installation Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
The Three Graces [42][43] Unknown Early 20th century Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens 39°49′39.32″N 86°10′57.99″W / 39.8275889°N 86.1827750°W / 39.8275889; -86.1827750 (The Three Graces by Unknown (early 20th century)) Marble 44 x 36 x 21 Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Two Figures [44][45] Barbara Hepworth 1968 Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds 39°49′33.26″N 86°11′4.1″W / 39.8259056°N 86.184472°W / 39.8259056; -86.184472 (Two Figures by Barbara Hepworth (1968)) Bronze 89 x 49 x 15 in. Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Two Lines Oblique Down, Variation III [46] George Rickey 1970 Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds 39°49′31.21″N 86°11′7.19″W / 39.8253361°N 86.1853306°W / 39.8253361; -86.1853306 (Two Lines Oblique Down, Variation III by George Rickey (1970)) Stainless steel 31 x 42 x 8 ft. Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Bronze Fountain [47] Unknown, English c. 1860 Oldfields-Lilly House and Gardens 39°49′31.21″N 86°11′7.19″W / 39.8253361°N 86.1853306°W / 39.8253361; -86.1853306 (Bronze Fountain by Unknown (1860)) Cast bronze 66 x 36 (Diam) Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image
Chop Stick[48] visiondivision 2012 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park 39°49′37.94″N 86°11′21.26″W / 39.8272056°N 86.1892389°W / 39.8272056; -86.1892389 (Chop Stick by visiondivision (2012)) Tulip tree, other matieral Park installation Indianapolis Museum of Art IMA Image

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