List of public art at the Indiana Statehouse

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This is a list of public art in and around the Indiana Statehouse, the Indiana Government Center North, and the Indiana Government Center South, which make up the Indiana Statehouse Public Art Collection.


Title Artist Year Location/GPS Coordinates Material Dimensions Owner Image
Christopher Columbus (sculpture by Vittori) [1] Enrico Vittori 1920 Indiana Statehouse (grounds) 39°46′4.85″N 86°9′47.45″W / 39.7680139°N 86.1631806°W / 39.7680139; -86.1631806 (Christopher Columbus by Enrico Vittori (1920)) Bronze, granite 39 × 23 × 29 in. State of Indiana
Abraham Lincoln (relief by Schwarz) Rudolph Schwarz and Marie Stewart 1906 Indiana Government Center South (grounds) 39°46′2.71″N 86°9′54.48″W / 39.7674194°N 86.1651333°W / 39.7674194; -86.1651333 (Abraham Lincoln plaque by Rudolph Schwarz (1906)) Bronze 65 × 35 in. State of Indiana
George Washington[2] Donald De Lue 1959 Indiana Statehouse (grounds) 39°46′3.33″N 86°9′45.66″W / 39.7675917°N 86.1626833°W / 39.7675917; -86.1626833 (George Washington by Donald De Lue (1959)) Bronze 9 ft. 4 in. × 46 in. × 36 in. (900 lbs.) State of Indiana
Tulip to Life [3] Eric Ernstberger 1991 Indiana Government Center South (grounds) 39°46′4.92″N 86°9′52.48″W / 39.7680333°N 86.1645778°W / 39.7680333; -86.1645778 (Tulip to Life by Eric Ernstberger (1991)) Stainless steel, copper, limestone 42 in. × 15 ft. × 18 ft. State of Indiana
Indiana Law Enforcement and Firefighters Memorial Multiple 2001 Indiana Government Center North (grounds) 39°46′8.70″N 86°9′49.88″W / 39.7690833°N 86.1638556°W / 39.7690833; -86.1638556 (Indiana Law Enforcement and Firefighters Memorial by multiple artist (2001)) Bronze, Granite, Indiana Limestone multiple pieces State of Indiana
Oliver P. Morton (monument)[4][5] Rudolph Schwarz 1907 Indiana Statehouse (grounds) 39°46′6.99″N 86°9′42.93″W / 39.7686083°N 86.1619250°W / 39.7686083; -86.1619250 (Oliver P. Morton Memorial by Rudolph Schwarz (1907)) Bronze, granite 10 × 4 × 4 ft. State of Indiana Oliver P. Morton.JPG
Robert Dale Owen Memorial[6][7] Frances Goodwin 1911 Indiana Statehouse (grounds) 39°46′4.06″N 86°9′45.62″W / 39.7677944°N 86.1626722°W / 39.7677944; -86.1626722 (Robert Dale Owen Memorial by Francis Goodwin (1911)) Bronze 45.5 × 42.5 × 70 in. State of Indiana
Thomas A. Hendricks Monument [8] Richard Henry Park 1890 Indiana Statehouse (grounds) 39°46′3.29″N 86°9′43.87″W / 39.7675806°N 86.1621861°W / 39.7675806; -86.1621861 (Thomas A. Hendricks Memorial by Richard Henry Park (1890)) Bronze, red granite 132 in × 60 in × 60 in State of Indiana Hendricks Sculpture.jpg
Coal Miner (statue)[9] John J. Szaton 1966 Indiana Statehouse (grounds) 39°46′08.33″N 86°9′47.3″W / 39.7689806°N 86.163139°W / 39.7689806; -86.163139 (Coal Miner by John J. Szaton (1966)) Bronze, black granite 85 × 2612 × 28 in. State of Indiana
The Westward Journey[10] Herman Carl Mueller 1878 Indiana Statehouse (grounds) 39°46′4.75″N 86°9′45.67″W / 39.7679861°N 86.1626861°W / 39.7679861; -86.1626861 (Untitled (Indians, Reaper, Blacksmith, and Pioneer Family) by Herman Carl Mueller (1878)) Limestone 4 units. Figure groupings: 12 × 12 × 312; Single figures: 12 × 312 × 312 ft. State of Indiana
Workers' Memorial Sculpture Daniel Edwards 1995 Indiana Government Center South (grounds) 39°46′8.77″N 86°10′0.07″W / 39.7691028°N 86.1666861°W / 39.7691028; -86.1666861 (Worker's Memorial Sculpture by Daniel Edwards (1995)) Bronze on limestone base State of Indiana
Young Abe Lincoln[11] David K. Rubins 1962 Indiana Government Center South (grounds) 39°46′6.74″N 86°9′54.65″W / 39.7685389°N 86.1651806°W / 39.7685389; -86.1651806 (Young Abe Lincoln by David Kresz Rubins (1962)) Bronze, Granite 108 × 30 × 3812 in. State of Indiana
Abraham Lincoln (bust by Jones) Thomas Dow Jones 1862 Indiana Statehouse plaster 33" × 25" × 18" State of Indiana
Ashbel Parsons Willard (bust) Henry Dexter 1860 Indiana Statehouse plaster 9" × 11.5" × 23.5" State of Indiana
Benjamin Harrison (bust) Richard Peglow Indiana Statehouse State of Indiana
Calvin Fletcher (bust) Unknown Indiana Statehouse Marble 47.5 × 20 × 10.25 inches State of Indiana
Colonel Richard Owen (bust) Belle Kinney Scholz 1913 Indiana Statehouse Bronze 70 × 40 × 21 in. State of Indiana
Daniel W. Voorhees (bust) James Paxton Voorhees Indiana Statehouse Plaster 31 × 27 × 18 in State of Indiana
George Rogers Clark (bust) David McLary 1987 Indiana Statehouse Plaster State of Indiana
George Washington (bust by Houdon) Jean-Antoine Houdon 1932 Indiana Statehouse Plaster 25 × 18 × 18 in Indiana Historical Bureau
Frank O'Bannon (bust) Kenneth G. Ryden 2005 Indiana Statehouse Bronze 17 × 10 × 37 in. State of Indiana
Henry F. Schricker (bust) David K. Rubins 1964 Indiana Statehouse Bronze and limestone 49 × 29 × 22 in. State of Indiana
Matthew E. Welsh (bust) Daniel Edwards 1996 Indiana Statehouse Bronze 23.5 × 12.75 × 12 in State of Indiana
Otis Bowen (bust) Lou Ann Lanagan 1981 Indiana Statehouse Bronze on wooden base 20.5 × 13 State of Indiana
Robert D. Orr (bust) Don Ingle 1987 Indiana Statehouse Bronze 30 × 21 × 15 in State of Indiana
Sherman Minton (bust) Robert Merrell Gage 1956 Indiana Statehouse Bronze 30.25 × 24 × 11.75 in State of Indiana
Stephen Neal (bust) Clara Barth Leonard 1907 Indiana Statehouse Bronze 27 × 24 × 15 in.; 68.58 × 60.96 × 38.1 cm State of Indiana
William H. English (bust) Unknown Indiana Statehouse Marble 22 × 24 × 15 in.; 55.88 × 60.96 × 38.1 cm State of Indiana Bust of William H. English.jpg
Indiana (statue) Retta Matthews 1893 Indiana Statehouse Metal State of Indiana Indiana Sculpture (Matthews).JPG
Sarah T. Bolton (relief) Emma Sangernebo 1941 Indiana Statehouse Bronze 49 in. × 3118 in. × 3/4 in. State of Indiana
Frances Elizabeth Willard (relief) Lorado Taft 1929 Indiana Statehouse Bronze 49.75 in × 32 in × .5 in State of Indiana
Wendell Willkie (relief) Paul Fjelde Indiana Statehouse Bronze 50.75 in × 33.25 in × 1 in State of Indiana
Here I Grew Up Garo Z. Antreasian 1962 Indiana Government Center North Bysantine Smalti 70 × 25 ft. State of Indiana
Plaque honoring 1st religious service in Indianapolis Howard Petty 1924 Indiana Statehouse
Values of Civilization Alexander Doyle 1888 Indiana Statehouse Marble 9 ft. State of Indiana Sculpture of Agriculture (Indiana Statehouse).jpg



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Spirit of Indiana Eugene Francis Savage 1964 Indiana Statehouse Oil on linen canvas 21 × 41.5 ft. State of Indiana
Indiana state stone (sculpture) Perry, Matthews, & Buskirk Quarry Indiana Statehouse Limestone on oak base with metal casters and steel plate 16.25 in × 16 in × 16 in State of Indiana

References[edit]

  1. ^ Save Outdoor Sculptures! (1994). "Christopher Columbus (sculpture)". SOS!. Smithsonian. Retrieved 6 June 2010. 
  2. ^ Save Outdoor Sculptures! (1992). "George Washington (sculpture)". SOS!. Smithsonian. Retrieved 6 June 2010. 
  3. ^ Save Outdoor Sculptures! (1993). "Giant Tulip Tree Leaf/Drinking Fountain". SOS!. Smithsonian. Retrieved 6 June 2010. 
  4. ^ Save Outdoor Sculptures! (1993). "Oliver P. Morton (sculpture)". SOS!. Smithsonian. Retrieved 6 June 2010. 
  5. ^ Save Outdoor Sculptures! (1993). "(2 Civil War Reliefs) (sculpture)". SOS!. Smithsonian. Retrieved 6 June 2010. 
  6. ^ "The Robert Dale Owen Memorial". The Indiana Quarterly Magazine of History (Indiana University Department of History) 1 (2): 105–107. 1920. JSTOR 27785486. 
  7. ^ "Grounds". Indiana Statehouse Self-Guided Tour. State of Indiana. 2001. Retrieved 4 November 2010. 
  8. ^ Save Outdoor Sculptures! (1994). "Thomas A. Hendricks (sculpture)". SOS!. Smithsonian. Retrieved 6 June 2010. 
  9. ^ Save Outdoor Sculptures! (1992). "Coal Miner (sculpture)". SOS!. Smithsonian. Retrieved 6 June 2010. 
  10. ^ Save Outdoor Sculptures! (1992). "(Indians, Reaper, Blacksmith, Pioneer Family), (sculpture)". SOS!. Smithsonian. Retrieved 6 June 2010. 
  11. ^ Save Outdoor Sculptures! (1992). "Young Abe Lincoln, (sculpture)". SOS!. Smithsonian. Retrieved 28 October 2010.