List of public art in Philadelphia

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This is a list of public artworks in Philadelphia. The Association for Public Art estimates the city has thousands of public artworks;[1] the Smithsonian lists more than 700.[2] Since 1959 nearly 400 works of public art have been created as part of the city's Percent for Art program, the first such program in the U.S.[3]

This list contains only works of public art in outdoor public spaces, and not, for example, works inside museums. Most of the works mentioned are sculptures. Other kinds of art, i.e., sound installations, are marked as such next to their titles.

Artworks[edit]

Center City and Benjamin Franklin Parkway[edit]

Image Title / subject Location Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Coordinates Owner/ Administrator Notes


Adam Eve Storonov.JPG Adam and Eve (Stonorov) Hopkinson House
604 South Washington Square
1962 Stonorov, Oscar Oscar Stonorov Bronze sculpture 49 x 12.5 in 39°56′46″N 75°09′08″W / 39.9461°N 75.1523°W / 39.9461; -75.1523 (Adam and Eve) IAS 75009329[4]
Aero Memorial by Paul Manship, Philadelphia - DSC06527.JPG Aero Memorial (Manship) Logan Circle, opposite Franklin Institute 1948 Manship, Paul Paul Manship Bronze sculpture 39°57′30″N 75°10′19″W / 39.9582°N 75.1720°W / 39.9582; -75.1720 (Aero Memorial) IAS 75009257[5]
All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors - Philadelphia, PA - DSC06524.JPG All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors Logan Circle, Benjamin Franklin Parkway and 20th Street (relocated 1994) 1934 Schweizer, J. Otto J. Otto Schweizer Bronze sculptures, granite base Height 21'6"; width 17'; depth 13' 39°57′30″N 75°10′18″W / 39.9583°N 75.1718°W / 39.9583; -75.1718 (All Wars Memorial) IAS PA000002[6][7]
Amity (Brown) 10th & Market Streets 1977 Brown, David Lee David Lee Brown Stainless steel, concrete base 39°57′06″N 75°09′23″W / 39.9516°N 75.1565°W / 39.9516; -75.1565 (Amity (Brown)) IAS PA001144[8]
Apollo (unknown) Hill-Keith-Physick House garden
321 South 4th Street
1870 Unknown Bronze sculpture 60.5 x 25 x 14 in 39°56′39″N 75°08′54″W / 39.9442°N 75.1483°W / 39.9442; -75.1483 IAS 88320057[9]
Matthias William Baldwin.jpg Matthias William Baldwin (Adams) City Hall, North Plaza 1905 Herbert Adams Bronze 96 x 30 x 30 in. 39°57′11″N 75°09′46″W / 39.9531°N 75.1629°W / 39.9531; -75.1629 (Baldwin at City Hall) City of Philadelphia [10]
Johnbarryindependencehall2.JPG Commodore John Barry (Murray) Independence Square, south of Independence Hall 1906 Murray, Samuel Samuel Murray Sculpture: bronze; Base: granite 39°56′54″N 75°09′00″W / 39.9483°N 75.1501°W / 39.9483; -75.1501 (Barry at Independence Square) City of Philadelphia IAS 75009322[11]
Rittenhouse Sq goat.jpg Billy (Laessle) Rittenhouse Square 1914 Laessle, Albert Albert Laessle Bronze sculpture with stone base 39°56′57″N 75°10′18″W / 39.9493°N 75.1718°W / 39.9493; -75.1718 (Billy) IAS 88320080[12]
John Christian Bullitt.jpg John Christian Bullitt (Boyle) City Hall 1907 John J. Boyle Bronze 118 in. x 39 in. x 38 in City of Philadelphia [13]
James Caldwell AS Calder PHS.JPG James Caldwell (Calder) Presbyterian Historical Society courtyard 1898-1899 Alexander Stirling Calder Cast stone Height 108 in.; Base: approx. H. 7 in. W. 34 in. 39°56′35″N 75°09′00″W / 39.943°N 75.1500°W / 39.943; -75.1500 (Presbyterian Historical Society) Presbyterian Historical Society [14]
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Monument (Philadelphia) - DSC06751.JPG Civil War Soldiers Monument Benjamin Franklin Parkway & 20th Street Hermon Atkins MacNeil 39°57′35″N 75°10′22″W / 39.9596°N 75.1727°W / 39.9596; -75.1727 (Civil War Soldiers Monument)
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Monument (Philadelphia) - DSC06740.JPG Civil War Sailors Monument Benjamin Franklin Parkway & 20th Street Hermon Atkins MacNeil 39°57′34″N 75°10′22″W / 39.9595°N 75.1729°W / 39.9595; -75.1729 (Civil War Sailors Monument)
"" Centre Square 1976 Claes Oldenburg Cor-Ten and stainless steel 45 ft. x 12 ft. 3 in. x 4 ft. 6 in. 39°57′09″N 75°09′55″W / 39.9524°N 75.1653°W / 39.9524; -75.1653 (Clothespin) CommonWealth REIT [15][16] IAS 77001303[17]
Samuel Davies AS Calder PHS.JPG Samuel Davies (Calder) Presbyterian Historical Society courtyard 1898-1899 Alexander Stirling Calder Cast stone Height 108 in.; Base: approx. H. 7 in. W. 37 in. 39°56′35″N 75°09′00″W / 39.943°N 75.1500°W / 39.943; -75.1500 (Presbyterian Historical Society) Presbyterian Historical Society [18]
Girl w duck Rittenhs Sq.jpg Duck Girl (Manship) Rittenhouse Square 1911 Paul Manship Bronze 61 x 34 1/2 x 34 1/4 in. 39°56′57″N 75°10′21″W / 39.9492°N 75.1724°W / 39.9492; -75.1724 (Duck Girl (Manship)) City of Philadelphia [19]
WTP D13 Techserv 1.jpg The Family 1835 Market Street 1982 Timothy Duffield Bronze 18 ft x 4 ft 39°57′13″N 75°10′15″W / 39.9535°N 75.1709°W / 39.9535; -75.1709 (The Family) IAS PA000496[20]
Family of Turtles Fitler Square, 24th & Pine Streets 1988 Eric Berg Bronze Largest turtle: 16 x 20 x 36 in 39°56′52″N 75°10′48″W / 39.9477°N 75.1801°W / 39.9477; -75.1801 (Family of Turtles) IAS PA001086[21]
Union Club Philly Statue 1.jpg 1st Regiment Infantry National Guard of Philadelphia
Spirit of '61
The Union League, 140 South Broad Street 1911 Bush-Brown, Henry Kirke Henry Kirke Bush-Brown Bronze 39°56′59″N 75°09′52″W / 39.9498°N 75.1644°W / 39.9498; -75.1644 (Union League) IAS 76005394[22][23][24][25][26]
Tom Fitzsimmons.JPG Thomas Fitzsimons (Donato) Benjamin Franklin Parkway & 18th St 1946 Giuseppe Donato Bronze 78 x 32 x 32 in 39°57′29″N 75°10′09″W / 39.9580°N 75.1692°W / 39.9580; -75.1692 (Fitzsimons (Donato)) City of Philadelphia [27][28]
Lintel Philly.jpg Five Spouts, Frog and Lintel Columbus at Dock Street 1100 Unknown (Javanese) Volcanic rock sculptures with granite bases. 39°56′39″N 75°08′30″W / 39.9443°N 75.1416°W / 39.9443; -75.1416 (Spouts, Frog and Lintel) IAS PA000616[29][30][31]
Franklin1.JPG Benjamin Franklin - Craftsman Broad Street & John F. Kennedy Boulevard 1981 Joe Brown (sculptor) Bronze sculpture, granite base 10 ft 39°57′13″N 75°09′49″W / 39.9537°N 75.1635°W / 39.9537; -75.1635 (Benjamin Franklin - Craftsman)
Diego de Gardoqui by Sanguino Philly.JPG Don Diego de Gardoqui Logan Circle, Benjamin Franklin Parkway 1977 Luis Sanguino Bronze sculpture, stone base 8 ft. x 32 in. x 30 in. 39°57′29″N 75°10′09″W / 39.9581°N 75.1693°W / 39.9581; -75.1693 (Gardoqui) IAS PA001088
Rodins Gates Philly.JPG The Gates of Hell Rodin Museum
Benjamin Franklin Parkway
1880 Rodin, Auguste Auguste Rodin Bronze sculpture 39°57′42″N 75°10′27″W / 39.9616°N 75.1743°W / 39.9616; -75.1743 (Rodin Museum) IAS PA001090[32]
Lipshitz 1976 Philly.JPG Government of the People (Lipchitz) Municipal Service Building 1975 Lipchitz, Jacques Jacques Lipchitz Bronze with concrete and stone base 39°57′14″N 75°09′50″W / 39.9538°N 75.1640°W / 39.9538; -75.1640 (Government of the People) IAS 77001300[33]
Grizzly Fitler Square, 24th & Pine Streets 1983 Eric Berg Bronze statue, red granite base 24 x 12 x 36 in 39°56′52″N 75°10′48″W / 39.9477°N 75.1801°W / 39.9477; -75.1801 (Grizzly) IAS PA001085[34]
Samuel D Gross LOC 00109v (cropped).jpg Samuel Gross (Calder) Thomas Jefferson University 1897 Alexander Stirling Calder Bronze statue on red marble pedestal 111 x 48 x 36 in 39°56′58″N 75°09′29″W / 39.9494°N 75.1580°W / 39.9494; -75.1580 (Samuel Gross (Calder)) IAS 76009079;[35] IAS 64860001[36]
Based on the figure in the Thomas Eakins painting The Gross Clinic.
Boy Scout Statue Philly.JPG The Ideal Scout Bruce S. Marks Scout Resource Center
22nd & Winter Streets
1937 R. Tait McKenzie Bronze 39°57′32″N 75°10′31″W / 39.9590°N 75.1752°W / 39.9590; -75.1752 (Ideal Scout) Cradle of Liberty Council, Boy Scouts of America
Irish famine memorial philadelphia 01.jpg Irish Famine Memorial Penn's Landing, south of Chestnut Street 2003 Glenna Goodacre Bronze
Justice Highsmith De Lue 02448u.jpg Justice (De Lue) Robert N.C. Nix, Sr. Federal Building 1940 De Lue, Donald Donald De Lue Granite relief 39°57′05″N 75°09′20″W / 39.95145°N 75.15545°W / 39.95145; -75.15545 (Law and Justice) U.S. General Services Administration [37]
KeysToCommunity.jpg Keys to Community Girard Fountain Park, 325 Arch Street 2007 James Peniston Bronze 9 feet tall 39°57′09″N 75°08′47″W / 39.952414°N 75.146301°W / 39.952414; -75.146301 (Keys to the Community) City of Philadelphia [38]
Kopernik Philly 1.JPG Kopernik (Talcott) 18th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway 1973 Dudley Talcott Stainless steel with red granite base 144 in. high, 192 in. diameter; base 140 in. high, 96 in. diameter 39°57′24″N 75°10′07″W / 39.9567°N 75.1685°W / 39.9567; -75.1685 (Kopernik) City of Philadelphia IAS 88320135[39]
Highsmith De Lue Law 02449u.jpg Law (De Lue) Robert N.C. Nix, Sr. Federal Building 1940 De Lue, Donald Donald De Lue Granite relief 39°57′05″N 75°09′20″W / 39.95145°N 75.15545°W / 39.95145; -75.15545 (Law and Justice) U.S. General Services Administration [37]
Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia - IMG 7400.JPG Joseph Leidy Academy of Natural Sciences, Logan Circle 1907 Samuel Murray Bronze
Lion Snake Rittenhs Sq.jpg Lion Crushing a Serpent (Barye) Rittenhouse Square 1832, cast 1889-1891 Barye, Antoine Louis Antoine Louis Barye Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°56′57″N 75°10′18″W / 39.9493°N 75.1718°W / 39.9493; -75.1718 (Rittenhouse Square) IAS PA000020[40]
Philadelphia5580.JPG LOVE Statue LOVE Park 1976
(installed 1978)
Robert Indiana 39°57′15″N 75°09′57″W / 39.9543°N 75.1657°W / 39.9543; -75.1657 (LOVE Park) City of Philadelphia
NixFedBuildingPhillyMailSouth.jpg Mail Delivery
(South - Cane Cutter - One of Four)
Robert N.C. Nix, Sr. Federal Building 1941 Edmond Amateis Granite 108 x 120 in. 39°57′05″N 75°09′20″W / 39.95145°N 75.15545°W / 39.95145; -75.15545 (Mail Delivery - South) General Services Administration [41]
NixFedBldgBasReliefMail2.jpg Mail Delivery
(North - Eskimo - One of Four)
Robert N.C. Nix, Sr. Federal Building 1941 Edmond Amateis Granite 108 x 120 in. 39°57′05″N 75°09′20″W / 39.95145°N 75.15545°W / 39.95145; -75.15545 (Mail Delivery - North) General Services Administration [42]
NixFedBldgPhilaMailBas1.jpg Mail Delivery
(East - Eastern Mailman - One of Four)
Robert N.C. Nix, Sr. Federal Building 1941 Edmond Amateis Granite 108 x 120 in. 39°57′05″N 75°09′20″W / 39.95145°N 75.15545°W / 39.95145; -75.15545 (Mail Delivery - North) General Services Administration [43]
Courthouse Cowboy.jpg Mail Delivery
(West -Cowboy - One of Four)
Robert N.C. Nix, Sr. Federal Building 1941 Edmond Amateis Granite 108 x 120 in. 39°57′05″N 75°09′20″W / 39.95145°N 75.15545°W / 39.95145; -75.15545 (Mail Delivery - North) General Services Administration [44]
Francis Makemie AS Calder PHS.JPG Francis Makemie (Calder) Presbyterian Historical Society courtyard 1898-1899 Alexander Stirling Calder Cast stone Height 108 in.; Base: approx. H. 8 in. W. 28 in. 39°56′35″N 75°09′00″W / 39.943°N 75.1500°W / 39.943; -75.1500 (Presbyterian Historical Society) Presbyterian Historical Society [45]
George McClellan statue.jpg General George B. McClellan (Ellicott) City Hall, North Plaza 1891 Henry Jackson Ellicott Bronze 14 ft. 6 in. x 5 ft. x 15 ft. 39°57′12″N 75°09′49″W / 39.9532°N 75.1636°W / 39.9532; -75.1636 (Gen. McClellan) City of Philadelphia [46]
Billy Mac Philly City Hall.jpg William McKinley, (Konti) City Hall, Southeast Plaza 1908 Konti, Isidore Isidore Konti Bronze figures with Stony Creek red granite base 39°57′06″N 75°09′48″W / 39.9517°N 75.1633°W / 39.9517; -75.1633 (William McKinley)
John McMillan AS Calder PHS.JPG John McMillan (Calder) Presbyterian Historical Society courtyard 1898-1899 Alexander Stirling Calder Cast stone Height 108 in.; Base: approx. H. 6 in. W. 28 in. 39°56′35″N 75°09′00″W / 39.943°N 75.1500°W / 39.943; -75.1500 (Presbyterian Historical Society) Presbyterian Historical Society [47]
General George G. Meade (Calder) City Hall[48] 1881 Alexander Milne Calder Bronze 11 ft. 6 in. x 6 ft. x 12 ft [49][50][51]
Milord la Chamarre Mummer Philly.JPG Milord la Chamarre Centre Square 1976 Jean Dubuffet Stainless steel 24 ft. tall 39°57′7″N 75°9′58″W / 39.95194°N 75.16611°W / 39.95194; -75.16611 (Clothespin) CommonWealth REIT [16][52]
Miranda Philly public art.JPG Francisco de Miranda (Gonzalez) Logan Circle 1977 Lorenzo Gonzalez Bronze 125 in. height 39°57′29″N 75°10′09″W / 39.9581°N 75.1693°W / 39.9581; -75.1693 (Miranda) City of Philadelphia IAS PA001092
Statue of Robert Morris (by Paul Wayland Bartlett) in front of Independence Hall, Philadelphia.jpg Robert Morris (Bartlett) Second Bank of the United States, 4th & Walnut Streets 1923 Paul Wayland Bartlett Bronze 120 x 48 x 48 39°56′51″N 75°08′52″W / 39.9474°N 75.1479°W / 39.9474; -75.1479 (Robert Morris) National Park Service [53]
Al Milne Calder w Billy.jpg William Penn (Calder) On top of City Hall (Broad & Market Streets) 1888 Calder, Alexander Milne Alexander Milne Calder Bronze sculpture 39°57′09″N 75°09′49″W / 39.9526°N 75.1636°W / 39.9526; -75.1636 (Wm Penn at City Hall) IAS 77001305[54]
Galusha Pennypacker statue close.jpg General Galusha Pennypacker Logan Circle, in front of Family Courts Building 1934 Charles Grafly
completed by Laessle, Albert Albert Laessle
Bronze 156 x 89 x 89 in 39°57′31″N 75°10′11″W / 39.9586°N 75.1697°W / 39.9586; -75.1697 (Pennypacker) IAS 75009258[55]
Wm Pepper FLP 1899.JPG Dr. William Pepper (Bitter) Free Library of Philadelphia 1894 Bitter, Karl Karl Bitter Bronze figure with granite base IAS 76005149[56]
Sunflower dial Rittenhs Sq.jpg Evelyn Taylor Price Memorial Sundial Rittenhouse Square 1947 Fenton, Beatrice Beatrice Fenton Bronze with granite base 39°56′57″N 75°10′18″W / 39.9493°N 75.1718°W / 39.9493; -75.1718 (Rittenhouse Square) IAS 75009327[57]
Religious Liberty Philly 1876.JPG Religious Liberty (Ezekiel) Independence Mall 1876 Moses Jacob Ezekiel Marble, granite base 144 x 90 x 64 in. 39°57′11″N 75°9′49″W / 39.95306°N 75.16361°W / 39.95306; -75.16361 (Religious Liberty) National Museum of American Jewish History [58]
Reynolds fighting City Hall.JPG General John Fulton Reynolds (Rogers) City Hall 1883 John H. Rogers Bronze 15 x 5 x 5 ft 39°57′11″N 75°9′49″W / 39.95306°N 75.16361°W / 39.95306; -75.16361 (City Hall) City of Philadelphia [59][60][61]
Zenos Frudakis Frank Rizzo.jpg Frank Rizzo Municipal Services Building, 1400 John F. Kennedy Boulevard 1998 Zenos Frudakis Bronze 10 ft City of Philadelphia
Monument to Scottish Immigrants.jpg Monument to Scottish Immigrants Penn's Landing, south of Chestnut Street. 2011 Terry Jones Bronze 39°56′51″N 75°08′32″W / 39.9475°N 75.1422°W / 39.9475; -75.1422 (Monument to Scottish Immigrants) Given by The St. Andrews Society of Philadelphia.
ShakespeareMemorialASC.jpg Shakespeare Memorial Logan Circle, in front of Free Library of Philadelphia 1923-26 Calder, Alexander Stirling Alexander Stirling Calder Bronze City of Philadelphia [62][63]
Swann Fountain Delaware.JPG Swann Memorial Fountain
Delaware
Logan Circle 1924 Calder, Alexander Stirling Alexander Stirling Calder Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°57′29″N 75°10′15″W / 39.9580°N 75.1708°W / 39.9580; -75.1708 (Swan Fountain) City of Philadelphia
Fairmount Park Commission[64]
Swann Fountain-27527-3.jpg Swann Memorial Fountain
Schuylkill Girl
Logan Circle 1924 Calder, Alexander Stirling Alexander Stirling Calder Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°57′29″N 75°10′15″W / 39.9580°N 75.1708°W / 39.9580; -75.1708 (Swan Fountain) City of Philadelphia
Fairmount Park Commission[64]
Swann Fountain-27527-2.jpg Swann Memorial Fountain
Wissahickon Girl
Logan Circle 1924 Calder, Alexander Stirling Alexander Stirling Calder Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°57′29″N 75°10′15″W / 39.9580°N 75.1708°W / 39.9580; -75.1708 (Swan Fountain) City of Philadelphia
Fairmount Park Commission[64]
Philly Thinker.JPG The Thinker Rodin Museum
Benjamin Franklin Parkway
1902 Rodin, Auguste Auguste Rodin Bronze sculpture, limestone base 39°57′42″N 75°10′27″W / 39.9616°N 75.1743°W / 39.9616; -75.1743 (Rodin Museum) IAS PA001089[65]
Three-Way Piece Number 1: Points The Benjamin Franklin Parkway between 16th and 17th Streets 1964 Henry Moore Bronze sculpture, black granite base 6 ft. 4 in. x 7 ft. x 7 ft. Association for Public Art[66] IAS 88320111
Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier-27527.jpg Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier Washington Square 1954-57 Copy of Jean Antoine Houdon's George Washington (1790) Bronze sculpture, limestone base 39°56′49″N 75°09′09″W / 39.9469°N 75.1524°W / 39.9469; -75.1524 Independence National Historical Park
Tiune Engman.JPG Triune (Engman) Center Square 1974 Robert Engman Bronze sculpture, concrete base IAS 77001304
Highsmith Ulysses 02460v.jpg Voyage of Ulysses (von Schlegell) Front plaza, James A. Byrne U.S. Courthouse
601 Market St.
1975 von Schlegell, David David von Schlegell Stainless steel sculpture, ceramic and stone base 39°57′07″N 75°09′02″W / 39.9519°N 75.1505°W / 39.9519; -75.1505 (Voyage of Ulysses) U.S. General Services Administration
IAS 75002779[67]
John Witherspoon AS Calder PHS.JPG John Witherspoon (Calder) Presbyterian Historical Society courtyard 1898-1899 Alexander Stirling Calder Cast stone Height 108 in.; Base: approx. H. 6 in. W. 28 in. 39°56′35″N 75°09′00″W / 39.943°N 75.1500°W / 39.943; -75.1500 (Presbyterian Historical Society) Presbyterian Historical Society [68]
John Wanamaker Citizen Philly.jpg John Wanamaker, Citizen City Hall, Northeast Plaza John Massey Rhind Bronze 39°57′10″N 75°09′46″W / 39.9527°N 75.1627°W / 39.9527; -75.1627 (Wanamaker at City Hall)
Washington Indy Hall.jpg George Washington (Bailly) Original marble: Conversation Hall, Philadelphia City Hall
Bronze replica: Independence Hall
Original marble: 1869
Bronze replica: 1910
Joseph A. Bailly Original: Marble
Replica: Bronze
102 x 31 x 31 in. 39°56′57″N 75°09′00″W / 39.9491°N 75.1500°W / 39.9491; -75.1500 (Independence Hall) National Park Service [69]
GW Philly Buffalo.JPG George Washington Monument (Siemering) Eakins Oval, opposite Philadelphia Museum of Art 1897 Rudolf Siemering Bronze 528 in 39°57′50.29″N 75°10′44.74″W / 39.9639694°N 75.1790944°W / 39.9639694; -75.1790944 (George Washington Monument) City of Philadelphia [70][71]
Union Club Philly Statue 2.jpg Washington Grays Monument The Union League, 140 South Broad Street 1908 Wilson , John John Wilson Bronze 39°57′00″N 75°09′52″W / 39.9500°N 75.1644°W / 39.9500; -75.1644 (Union League) IAS 75009304 [24][72]
Rittenhouse Square - autumn - IMG 6548.JPG J. William White Memorial Drinking Fountain Rittenhouse Square 1921 R. Tait McKenzie Limestone, bronze relief bust & basin 39°56′57″N 75°10′18″W / 39.9493°N 75.1718°W / 39.9493; -75.1718 (Rittenhouse Square)
Marcus Whitman AS Calder PHS.JPG Marcus Whitman (Calder) Presbyterian Historical Society courtyard 1898-1899 Alexander Stirling Calder Cast stone Height 108 in.; Base: approx. H. 8 in. W. 34 in. 39°56′35″N 75°09′00″W / 39.943°N 75.1500°W / 39.943; -75.1500 (Presbyterian Historical Society) Presbyterian Historical Society [73]

Fairmount Park and Schuylkill River[edit]

Including Philadelphia Museum of Art, East Fairmount Park, Laurel Hill Cemetery, West Fairmount Park, and Philadelphia Zoo.

Image Title / subject Location Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Coordinates Owner/ Administrator Notes


Anteater (Mitchell) 1966 Mitchell, Henry Henry Mitchell Bronze sculpture IAS 46200011[74]
Lincoln 1871 Fairmount.jpg Abraham Lincoln (Rogers) Kelly Drive and Sedgely Drive 1871 Randolph Rogers Bronze 9 ft. 6 in. x 48 in. x 96 in 39°58′11″N 75°11′4″W / 39.96972°N 75.18444°W / 39.96972; -75.18444 (Abraham Lincoln (Rogers)) City of Philadelphia [75][76][77][78]
Philly Humboldt.jpg Alexander Von Humboldt (Drake) Martin Luther King Drive South of Black Road. 1871 Friedrich Drake Bronze sculpture, granite base with stone pavers 39°58′56″N 75°12′21″W / 39.9823°N 75.2059°W / 39.9823; -75.2059 (Von Humboldt) IAS 75009305[79][80]
Amazon PMA.JPG The Amazon (Kiss) East entrance Philadelphia Museum of Art 1837, 1929 copy Kiss, August August Kiss Bronze sculpture with limestone base 39°57′54″N 75°10′49″W / 39.9651°N 75.1804°W / 39.9651; -75.1804 (Amazon (Kiss)) IAS PA000011[81]
Anthony-wayne-philadelphia.jpg Anthony Wayne, (Gregory) Philadelphia Museum of Art 1937 John Gregory Gilded Bronze 130 1/2 x 54 x 46 in 39°57.884′N 75°10.856′W / 39.964733°N 75.180933°W / 39.964733; -75.180933 (Anthony Wayne (Gregory)) City of Philadelphia IAS 75009274 [82][83][84]
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Armenian Genocide memorial.jpg Young Meher (Armenian Genocide Memorial) east of the Philadelphia Museum of Art 1976 Koren Der Harootian Bronze sculpture, red granite base 168 x 70 x 120 in. 39°58′00″N 75°10′48″W / 39.9666°N 75.1799°W / 39.9666; -75.1799 (Armenian Genocide Memorial) IAS PA000041
Art (Mueller) Memorial Hall, southwest corner 1876 Mueller, Augustus Max Johannes Augustus Max Johannes Mueller Zinc sculpture, painted white, lead coated copper base IAS PA000161[85]
Berwind 1 LH Philly.JPG Aspiration (Frishmuth) Laurel Hill Cemetery
central section
1933 Frishmuth, Harriet Whitney Harriet Whitney Frishmuth Vermont granite sculpture 40°00′03″N 75°11′21″W / 40.0007°N 75.1892°W / 40.0007; -75.1892 (Aspiration) IAS 88320096[86]
Atmos n Environ XII.JPG Atmosphere and Environment XII West porch of
Philadelphia Museum of Art
1970 Nevelson, Louise Louise Nevelson Cor-Ten steel sculpture 39°57′58″N 75°10′54″W / 39.9660°N 75.1818°W / 39.9660; -75.1818 (Atmosphere and Environment XII) IAS PA000013[87][88][89]
Zoo bear and cub.JPG Bear and Her Cub (Greenberg) Philadelphia Zoo 1957 Greenberg, Joseph J. Joseph J. Greenberg Black Coopersburg granite 39°58′18″N 75°11′43″W / 39.9718°N 75.1952°W / 39.9718; -75.1952 (Bear and Her Cub) IAS 46200007[90]
Bishop on Belmont Philly.JPG Bishop Matthew Simpson Belmont Avenue & Edgeley Road 1896 Unknown Bronze sculpture with granite base 39°59′41″N 75°13′04″W / 39.9946°N 75.2179°W / 39.9946; -75.2179 (Bishop Matthew Simpson) IAS 88320064[91]
Moses Tea Fountain Philly.jpg Catholic Total Abstinence Union Fountain Avenue of the Republic & States Street 1876 Kirn, Herman Herman Kirn Marble sculptures with granite bases 39°58′57″N 75°13′11″W / 39.9824°N 75.2196°W / 39.9824; -75.2196 (Moses Fountain) IAS 75009303[92]
Marshall PMA Philly.JPG Chief Justice John Marshall Philadelphia Museum of Art, West entrance 1883 Story, William Wetmore William Wetmore Story 75 x 51 x 77 1/2 Bronze sculpture with granite base 39°57′59″N 75°10′56″W / 39.9665°N 75.1822°W / 39.9665; -75.1822 (John Marshall) IAS PA000014[93]
Zoo Philly Coiled Snake.JPG Coiled Snake (Ben-Shmuel) Philadelphia Zoo 1940 Ben-Shmuel, Ahron Ahron Ben-Shmuel Diorite sculpture 39°58′22″N 75°11′49″W / 39.9729°N 75.1970°W / 39.9729; -75.1970 (Coiled Snake) IAS 75009334[94]
Philly Remington 1908.JPG Cowboy (Remington) Kelly Drive 1908 Frederic Remington Bronze 144 in. W. 131 in 39°58′34.68″N 75°11′33.18″W / 39.9763000°N 75.1925500°W / 39.9763000; -75.1925500 (Cowboy (Remington)) City of Philadelphia
Fairmount Park Commission[95][96][97][98][99]
Dying lioness Philly Zoo.JPG Dying Lioness (Wolff) Philadelphia Zoo 1873 Wolff, Wilhelm Wilhelm Wolff Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°56′57″N 75°10′21″W / 39.9492°N 75.1724°W / 39.9492; -75.1724 (Dying Lioness) IAS 75009330[100]
Sea Horse Fountain Fairmount.jpg Fountain of the Sea Horses Waterworks Dr. in Fairmount Park near the Azalea Garden 1926 replica of ca. 1740 sculpture Christoph Unterberger 1732-1798 Italian travertine. 128 in. Diameter 336 in. 39°58′03″N 75°11′01″W / 39.9675°N 75.1837°W / 39.9675; -75.1837 (Fountain of the Sea Horses) City of Philadelphia
Fairmount Park Commission[101][102][103][104]
Furness Gate LH Philly.JPG Frank Furness Gateway Kelly Dr. and Strawberry Mansion Bridge Dr. 1876 Furness, Frank Frank Furness attributed Brown Connecticut sandstone 39°59′44″N 75°11′30″W / 39.9955°N 75.1917°W / 39.9955; -75.1917 (Furness Gateway) IAS 75009289[105]
Schubert Hort Center Philly.JPG Franz Schubert (Baerer) West Fairmount Park
east of Horticultural Hall
1891 Baerer, Henry Henry Baerer Bronze sculpture with limestone base and granite with bronze plaque 39°59′01″N 75°12′33″W / 39.9836°N 75.2091°W / 39.9836; -75.2091 (Franz Schubert) IAS 75009315[106]
Graff Memorial Philly.JPG Frederick Graff Memorial, (sculpture) Water works near Art Museum Dr. 1844 Unknown Marble on a granite base 39°57′56″N 75°11′00″W / 39.9656°N 75.1833°W / 39.9656; -75.1833 (Graff Memorial) IAS 88320030[107]
Pulaski PMA Philly 2.JPG General Casimir Pulaski (Waugh) Near west entrance
Philadelphia Museum of Art
1947 Waugh, Sidney Sidney Waugh Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°58′00″N 75°10′57″W / 39.9668°N 75.1824°W / 39.9668; -75.1824 (Casimir Pulaski) IAS 88320088[108]
Peter Muhlenburg PMA Philly.JPG General Peter Muhlenberg (Schweizer) Near west entrance
Philadelphia Museum of Art
1910 Schweizer, J. Otto J. Otto Schweizer Bronze sculpture, Barre granite base 39°58′00″N 75°10′55″W / 39.9666°N 75.1820°W / 39.9666; -75.1820 (Peter Muhlenberg) IAS 88320068[109]
Lafayette PMA.JPG General Marquis de Lafayette (Josset) 1947 Josset, Raoul Raoul Josset Bronze sculpture, granite base IAS 75009275[110]
US Grant French 1.JPG General Ulysses S. Grant (French) Kelly Drive 1898 Daniel Chester French & Edward Clark Potter Bronze 174 in 39°58′51″N 75°11′53″W / 39.9807°N 75.1980°W / 39.9807; -75.1980 (U.S. Grant (French)) City of Philadelphia [111][112][113]
Steuben calls taxi PMA.JPG General Frederich Von Steuben (Wheelock) Near west entrance
Philadelphia Museum of Art
1947 Wheelock, Warren Warren Wheelock Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°58′02″N 75°10′58″W / 39.9672°N 75.1829°W / 39.9672; -75.1829 (Steuben) IAS 88320110[114]
"" West entrance Philadelphia Museum of Art 1970 Claes Oldenburg Cor-Ten and stainless steel 117 x 78 x 58 inches [http://www.philamuseum.org/collections/permanent/312790.html?mulR=31179
Goethe Philly Hort Center.JPG Goethe (Manger) West Fairmount Park, near Horticultural Center 1889 Manger, Heinrich Heinrich Manger Bronze sculpture, bronze upper base:, granite lower base 39°59′01″N 75°12′43″W / 39.9837°N 75.2120°W / 39.9837; -75.2120 (Goethe) IAS 75009316[115]
Hippo n Baby P Zoo.JPG Hippo Mother and Baby (Mitchell) Philadelphia Zoo 1955 Mitchell, Henry Henry Mitchell Bronze sculptures 39°58′17″N 75°11′40″W / 39.9713°N 75.1945°W / 39.9713; -75.1945 (Hippo Mother and Baby) IAS 75009337[116]
Hudson Wolves Kemeys.JPG Hudson Bay Wolves Philadelphia Zoo 1872
Relocated 1973
Edward Kemeys Bronze sculpture, granite base 50 x 82 x 58 in. 39°58′15″N 75°11′40″W / 39.9707°N 75.1945°W / 39.9707; -75.1945 (Hudson Bay Wolves) IAS 75009331[117]
Zoo Philly Impala Fountain.JPG Impala Fountain Philadelphia Zoo 1962 Mitchell, Henry Henry Mitchell Bronze sculpture, black granite base and pool 39°58′25″N 75°11′46″W / 39.9736°N 75.1961°W / 39.9736; -75.1961 (Impala Fountain) IAS 75009339[118]
Iroquois (di Suvero) Kelly Drive near 24th Street, north of Philadelphia Museum of Art 1983 Mark di Suvero Painted Steel 42'L x 40'H x 31.8" W 39°57′54″N 75°10′41″W / 39.9650°N 75.1780°W / 39.9650; -75.1780 (Iroquois (di Suvero)) Association for Public Art [119]
Garfield bust Fairmount.jpg James Garfield Memorial Fairmount Park 1895 Augustus Saint-Gaudens Bronze 42 1/2 in 39°58′26″N 75°11′26″W / 39.9739°N 75.1905°W / 39.9739; -75.1905 (Garfield Memorial) City of Philadelphia
Fairmount Park Commission[120]
Joan of Arc Philly.jpg Jeanne d'Arc (Frémiet) Philadelphia Museum of Art 1890 Emmanuel Frémiet Gilded Bronze 180 x 56 x 86 in City of Philadelphia [121]
JB Kelly rowing Kelly Dr 1.JPG John B. Kelly (Rosin) Kelly Dr. by rowing grandstands 1965 Rosin, Harry Harry Rosin Bronze sculpture, granite on brick base 57 x 34 in 39°59′10″N 75°12′06″W / 39.9861°N 75.2018°W / 39.9861; -75.2018 (John B. Kelly) IAS 75009292[122]
Witherspoon Hort Center.JPG John Witherspoon (Bailly) Horticultural Center 1876 Joseph A. Bailly Bronze IAS 76004907[123]
Haydn Philly.JPG Joseph Haydn (sculpture) 1906 Idusch and Son Bronze IAS 75009319[124]
Law PnP French Philly.JPG Law, Prosperity, and Power (French) Mann Center, Fairmount Park 1880 Daniel Chester French Marble sculpture, concrete base 39°59′04″N 75°13′24″W / 39.9844°N 75.2233°W / 39.9844; -75.2233 (Law, Prosperity, and Power) IAS 75009306[125]
HC Lea grave LH Philly.jpg Henry Charles Lea Monument Laurel Hill Cemetery
north section
1911 Calder, Alexander Stirling Alexander Stirling Calder Bronze sculpture 40°00′15″N 75°11′25″W / 40.0042°N 75.1902°W / 40.0042; -75.1902 (Law, Prosperity, and Power) IAS 88320018[126]
Mom n Twins 2 Philly.JPG Mother and Twins Monument (Saunders) Laurel Hill Cemetery
south section
1857 Saunders, Henry Dmochowski Henry Dmochowski Saunders Marble sculpture 39°59′53″N 75°11′26″W / 39.9980°N 75.1906°W / 39.9980; -75.1906 (Mother and Twins) IAS 71500542[127]
Negro Leagues Memorial (Sumpter) Belmont and Parkside, SW corner 2005 Sumpter, Phil Phil Sumpter Bronze sculpture 39°58′40″N 75°12′49″W / 39.977675°N 75.213700°W / 39.977675; -75.213700 (Negro Leagues Memorial)
Night Hort Center Philly.JPG Night (Stauch) 1872 Stauch, Edward Edward Stauch Bronze IAS 88320029[128]
Old Mortality LH Philly.JPG Old Mortality, His Pony, and Sir Walter Scott Laurel Hill Cemetery
north section
1836 Thom, James James Thom Limestone and plaster 40°00′15″N 75°11′17″W / 40.0042°N 75.1880°W / 40.0042; -75.1880 (Old Mortality) IAS 88320016[129]
Lion killer PMA.JPG The Lion Fighter (Wolff) East entrance
Philadelphia Museum of Art
1858 Wolff, Albert Albert Wolff Bronze sculpture, limestone base 39°57′54″N 75°10′51″W / 39.9649°N 75.1809°W / 39.9649; -75.1809 (Lion Fighter) IAS 75009271[130]
Zoo Lioness with boar.JPG Lioness Carrying to Her Young a Wild Boar Philadelphia Zoo 1880 Cain, Auguste Auguste Cain Bronze sculpture, Quincy granite base 39°58′18″N 75°11′46″W / 39.9716°N 75.1961°W / 39.9716; -75.1961 (Philadelphia Zoo) IAS 75009332[131]
Penguins Philly Zoo.JPG Penguins (Laessle) Philadelphia Zoo 1917 Laessle, Albert Albert Laessle Bronze sculpture, green marble base IAS 75009333[132]
R winged horse 2 Philly.jpg Pegasus (Pilz) Two sculptures flanking the entrance of Memorial Hall 1863 Pilz, Vincenz Vincenz Pilz Bronze sculptures with stone bases 39°58′45″N 75°12′35″W / 39.97917°N 75.20972°W / 39.97917; -75.20972 (Memorial Hall) IAS PA000012[133][134]
Pilgrim Fairmount 2.jpg The Pilgrim (Saint-Gaudens) Fairmount Park opposite Boathouse Row 1903 Saint-Gaudens, Augustus Augustus Saint-Gaudens Bronze sculpture, granite and concrete, or fieldstone base 39°58′12″N 75°11′19″W / 39.9701°N 75.1887°W / 39.9701; -75.1887 (Pilgrim (Saint-Gaudens)) IAS PA000009[135]
Puma Azalea Garden Philly.JPG Puma (Zorach) Azalea Garden, Fairmount Park 1954 Zorach, William William Zorach Marble sculpture, granite base 39°58′04″N 75°10′58″W / 39.9678°N 75.1828°W / 39.9678; -75.1828 (Puma) IAS 88320089[136]
Rebecca Well Hort Center Philly.JPG Rebecca at the Well (Boyle) Near the Horticultural Center 1908 Boyle, John J. John J. Boyle Bronze IAS 75009317[137]
Rocky Statue Philadelphia Museum of Art 1982 A. Thomas Schomberg 8 ft, 6 in
Schiller Philly Hort.JPG Schiller (Manger) West Fairmount Park, near Horticultural Center 1885 Manger, Heinrich Heinrich Manger Bronze sculpture, granite and stone base 39°58′58″N 75°12′42″W / 39.9828°N 75.2118°W / 39.9828; -75.2118 (Samuel Gross (Calder)) IAS 75009312[138]
SchuylkillChained.jpg The Schuylkill Chained
Allegorical Figure of The Schuylkill Chained
Original: Philadelphia Museum of Art
Cast: Fairmount Water Works
1825
1980 cast
William Rush Original: wood
Cast: fiberglass
39-1/2 x 87-1/2 x 26 in IAS 76007729[139]
AllegoricalFigureWaterworks.jpg The Schuylkill Freed
Allegorical Figure of The Waterworks
Original: Philadelphia Museum of Art
Cast: Fairmount Water Works
1825
1980 cast
William Rush Original: wood
Cast: fiberglass
42 x 86-1/2 x 31-1/2 in IAS 76007730[140]
Smith Memorial Arch: Major General George Gordon Meade, (French) Smith Memorial Arch, atop south column 1899 Daniel Chester French Bronze 8 x 4 x 3 ft 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) City of Philadelphia [48][141][142]
Smith Memorial Arch: Major General John Fulton Reynolds Smith Memorial Arch, atop north column 1901 Grafly, Charles Charles Grafly Bronze sculpture with granite base 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS PA000525[143]
Smith arch McClellan.jpg Smith Memorial Arch: Major General George B. McClellan, (Potter) Smith Memorial Arch, atop south pier 1911 Edward Clark Potter Bronze 10 x 4 x 10 ft 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) City of Philadelphia [144]
Smith arch Hancock.jpg Smith Memorial Arch: Major General Winfield Scott Hancock (Ward) Smith Memorial Arch, atop north pier 1910 John Quincy Adams Ward Bronze 15 x 7 x 10 ft 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) City of Philadelphia [145][146]
Smith Memorial Looking Thru South Arch (cropped).jpg Smith Memorial Arch: Architectural Reliefs 1903 Rhind, John Massey John Massey Rhind stone 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS PA000535[147]
Smith arch Beaver.jpg Smith Memorial Arch: James A. Beaver 1898 Cohen, Katherine M. Katherine M. Cohen Bronze sculpture stone base 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS 76009283[148]
Curtin Smith Arch Philly.JPG Smith Memorial Arch: Governor Andrew Gregg Curtin 1898 Ezekiel, Moses Jacob Moses Jacob Ezekiel Bronze sculpture with granite base 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS PA000532[149]
Smith arch Dahlgren.jpg Smith Memorial Arch: Admiral John A. B. Dahlgren 1898 Bissell, George Edwin George Edwin Bissell Bronze sculpture with limestone base 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS PA000529[150]
Hartranft Smith Arch.JPG Smith Memorial Arch: Major General John Frederick Hartranft 1898 Calder, Alexander Stirling Alexander Stirling Calder Bronze sculpture with stone base 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS PA000528[151]
Smith Memorial Arch: Major General S. W. Crawford 1898 Vonnoh, Bessie Potter Bessie Potter Vonnoh Bronze sculpture with stone base 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS PA000531[152]
Smith arch Porter.jpg Smith Memorial Arch: Admiral David Dixon Porter 1898 Grafly, Charles Charles Grafly Bronze sculpture with limestone base 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS PA000527[153]
Smith arch Smith.jpg Smith Memorial Arch: Richard Smith 1898 French, Daniel Chester Daniel Chester French Bronze sculpture with granite base 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS PA000526[154]
Smith arch eagle.jpg Smith Memorial Arch: Two Eagles and Globes 1902 Rhind, John Massey John Massey Rhind Bronze sculptures with granite bases 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS PA000534[155]
Windrim Smith Arch Philly.JPG Smith Memorial Arch: James H. Windrim, Esq. 1898 Murray, Samuel Samuel Murray Bronze sculpture with granite base 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS PA000530[156]
Smith arch John B Gest.jpg Smith Memorial Arch: John B. Gest, Esq. 1899 Grafly, Charles Charles Grafly Bronze sculpture with stone base 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (Smith Memorial Arch) IAS PA000533[157]
St George and Dragon Philly.JPG St. George and the Dragon (sculpture) 1876 Unknown Bronze sculpture with stone base 39°58′39″N 75°12′24″W / 39.97750°N 75.20667°W / 39.97750; -75.20667 (St. George Slaying the Dragon) IAS PA000008[158]
Stone Age America 1887.jpg Stone Age in America Fairmount Park 1887 John J. Boyle bronze 90 in. Diameter 40 in 39°58′19.09″N 75°11′24.79″W / 39.9719694°N 75.1902194°W / 39.9719694; -75.1902194 (Stone age in America) City of Philadelphia
Fairmount Park Commission[159]
AS Calder Sundial Philly.JPG Sundial (Calder) 1903 Calder, Alexander Stirling Alexander Stirling Calder Marble figures and sundial table, bronze sundial plate IAS 75009313[160]
Philly Med Man.jpg The Medicine Man (Dallin) W. Dauphin St. and 33rd Street 1899 Cyrus Dallin Bronze 8 ft. 39°59′31.2″N 75°11′11.44″W / 39.992000°N 75.1865111°W / 39.992000; -75.1865111 (The Medicine Man (Dallin)) City of Philadelphia Fairmount Park Commission[161][162][163][164][165][166][167]
Thorfinn Karlsefni 1918.jpg Thorfinn Karlsefni (Jonsson) Fairmount Park 1915–1948 Einar Jónsson Bronze 84 x 54 x 48 in 39°58′12.72″N 75°11′24.18″W / 39.9702000°N 75.1900500°W / 39.9702000; -75.1900500 (Thorfinn Karlsefni (Jonsson)) City of Philadelphia Fairmount Park Commission[168]
Samuel Memorial Settling 2.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: Settling the Seaboard 1942 Williams, Wheeler Wheeler Williams Limestone relief, granite base IAS 88320071[169]
Samuel Memorial Spanning.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: Spanning the Continent 1937 Laurent, Robert Robert Laurent Bronze sculpture, granite base IAS 76006754[170]
Spirit Enterprise 1.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: Spirit of Enterprise Just west of Kelly Drive 1950 Lipchitz, Jacques Jacques Lipchitz Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°58′25″N 75°11′27″W / 39.9735°N 75.1908°W / 39.9735; -75.1908 (Enterprise (Lipchitz)) IAS 75009284[171]
Birth of Nation Fairmount Park.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Birth of a Nation 1943 Kreis, Henry Henry Kreis Limestone relief, granite base IAS 88320074[172]
Samuel Memorial Immigrant.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Immigrant 1933 Warneke, Heinz Heinz Warneke Limestone relief, limestone base IAS 76008194[173]
Samuel Memorial Laborer.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Laborer 1958 Ben-Shmuel, Ahron Ahron Ben-Shmuel Granite sculpture, granite base IAS 88320079[174]
Samuels Mem Miner.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Miner 1938 Flannagan, John Bernard John Bernard Flannagan Limestone sculpture, granite base IAS 77002764[175]
Samuel Memorial Ploughman.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Ploughman 1938 Kelly, J. Wallace J. Wallace Kelly Limestone sculpture, limestone base IAS 88320069[176]
Samuel Memorial Poet.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Poet 1956 de Creeft, Jose Jose de Creeft Salisbury pink granite sculpture IAS 76009459[177]
Samuel Memorial Preacher.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Preacher 1952 Raemisch, Waldemar Waldemar Raemisch Granite sculpture, granite base IAS 88320077[178]
Samuel Memorial Puritan.jpg Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Puritan 1942 Rosin, Harry Harry Rosin Limestone sculpture, granite base IAS 88320072[179]
Samuel Memorial Quaker.jpg Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Quaker 1942 Rosin, Harry Harry Rosin Limestone sculpture, granite base #NAME? IAS 88320073[180]
Fairmount Revolutionary.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Revolutionary Soldier 1943 Frey, Erwin F. Erwin F. Frey Limestone sculpture, granite base IAS 88320076[181]
Samuel Memorial Scientist.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Scientist 1955 Der Harootian, Koren Koren Der Harootian Granite sculpture, granite base IAS 88320078[182]
Samuel Memorial Slave.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Slave 1940 Sardeau, Helene Helene Sardeau Limestone sculpture, limestone base IAS 88320070[183]
Statesman Fairmount Park.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: The Statesman 1943 Frey, Erwin F. Erwin F. Frey Limestone sculpture, granite base IAS 88320075[184]
Samuels Mem Hand.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: Two Bas-Relief Panels Eye and Hand 1959 Kelly, J. Wallace J. Wallace Kelly Limestone sculptures, limestone bases IAS PA001131[185]
Samuel Memorial Welcome.JPG Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial: Welcoming to Freedom 1939 Sterne, Maurice Maurice Sterne Bronze sculpture, granite base IAS PA001132[186]
Lipshitz PMA.JPG Prometheus Strangling the Vulture (Lipchitz) East steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art 1943–1953 Lipchitz, Jacques Jacques Lipchitz Bronze sculpture, limestone base 39°57′56″N 75°10′52″W / 39.9656°N 75.1810°W / 39.9656; -75.1810 (Prometheus Strangling the Vulture) IAS PA000001[187]
Girard PMA.JPG Stephen Girard (Rhind) Near west entrance
Philadelphia Museum of Art
1897 Rhind, John Massey John Massey Rhind Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°57′59″N 75°10′56″W / 39.9663°N 75.1823°W / 39.9663; -75.1823 (Stephen Girard) IAS 76009985[188]
JP Jones PMA Philly.JPG John Paul Jones (Hancock) Near west entrance
Philadelphia Museum of Art
1957 Hancock, Walker Walker Hancock Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°58′01″N 75°10′58″W / 39.9670°N 75.1827°W / 39.9670; -75.1827 (John Paul Jones) IAS 88320098[189]
Bacchus as a baby.JPG Silenus and the Infant Bacchus (sculpture) Kelly Drive 1885 Unknown Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°58′07″N 75°10′58″W / 39.9687°N 75.1827°W / 39.9687; -75.1827 (Silenus and the Infant Bacchus) IAS 75009282[190]
R Montgomery PMA.JPG Richard Montgomery (Kelly) Near west entrance
Philadelphia Museum of Art
1946 Kelly, J. Wallace J. Wallace Kelly Bronze sculpture, granite base 39°58′00″N 75°10′58″W / 39.9666°N 75.1827°W / 39.9666; -75.1827 (Richard Montgomery) IAS 75009276[191]
African Elephant and Calf (Warneke) Philadelphia Zoo 1962 Warneke, Heinz Heinz Warneke Norwegian grey Bergan granite sculpture 39°58′18″N 75°11′46″W / 39.9716°N 75.1961°W / 39.9716; -75.1961 (Philadelphia Zoo) IAS 75009338[192]
Africa Plaque P Zoo.JPG African Plaque (Allen) Philadelphia Zoo 1973 Allen, Tom Jr. Tom Jr. Allen Plate brass and stainless steel, stone base 39°58′18″N 75°11′46″W / 39.9716°N 75.1961°W / 39.9716; -75.1961 (Philadelphia Zoo) IAS 46200001[193]
African Warthog Philly.JPG African Warthog (Berg) Philadelphia Zoo 1975 Berg, Eric Eric Berg Bronze sculpture 39°58′18″N 75°11′46″W / 39.9716°N 75.1961°W / 39.9716; -75.1961 (Philadelphia Zoo) IAS 46200003[194]
Agriculture (Mueller) 1876 Mueller, Augustus Max Johannes Augustus Max Johannes Mueller Zinc sculpture, painted green IAS PA000162[195]
Unicorns dancing Philly Zoo.JPG Unicorns Were Dancing (Mitchell) Philadelphia Zoo 1969 Mitchell, Henry Henry Mitchell Bronze with gilded bronze horns 39°58′18″N 75°11′46″W / 39.9716°N 75.1961°W / 39.9716; -75.1961 (Philadelphia Zoo) IAS 46200012[196]
Warner 2 LH Philly.JPG William Warner Tomb (Calder) Laurel Hill Cemetery
south section
1889 Calder, Alexander Milne Alexander Milne Calder Granite 40°00′03″N 75°11′15″W / 40.0009°N 75.1875°W / 40.0009; -75.1875 (Warner Tomb) IAS 88320033[197]
Verdi Hort Center Philly.JPG Giuseppe Verdi (Ferrari) 1907 Ferrari, Ettore Ettore Ferrari Bronze IAS 75009318[198]
Pediment, Philly Art Museum (2).jpg Western Civilization Philadelphia Museum of Art
north pediment, courtyard
1932 C. Paul Jennewein Terra cotta 144 x 840 in 39°57′51.55″N 75°10′45.30″W / 39.9643194°N 75.1792500°W / 39.9643194; -75.1792500 (Western Civilization) IAS 75009273[199]
Wrestlers Hort Center.JPG Wrestlers (sculpture) Horticultural Center antiquity Unknown Bronze IAS 75009299[200]

North and Northeast Philadelphia[edit]

Title Image Artist Year Location Coordinates Material Dimensions Owner
Ashanti Gratitude (Brenner) Brenner, Bernard Bernard Brenner 1976 Mander Playground
33rd & Diamond Streets
39°59′20″N 75°11′15″W / 39.9889°N 75.1875°W / 39.9889; -75.1875 (Ashanti Gratitude) Steel sculpture, painted red 72 x 12 x 12 in IAS PA000417[201]
Athlete (Brown) Joe Brown (sculptor) 1967 Vogt Playground
Unruh Avenue & Cottage Street
40°01′42″N 75°02′56″W / 40.0283°N 75.0490°W / 40.0283; -75.0490 (Athlete (Brown)) Bronze sculpture, brick base IAS 88320120;[202] IAS 75009387[203]
Carved relief Birney School Philly B.JPG General David B. Birney Public School, 900 West Lindley Street 40°08′42″N 75°49′12″W / 40.145°N 75.820°W / 40.145; -75.820 (Birney School) Limestone
The Spirit of the American Doughboy OvertheTopPhilly.jpg Viquesney, E. M. E. M. Viquesney 1919 2nd & Spring Garden Streets 39°57′39″N 75°08′29″W / 39.9608°N 75.1413°W / 39.9608; -75.1413 (American Doughboy) bronze IAS 47260100[204]

Northwest Philadelphia[edit]

Title Image Artist Year Location Coordinates Material Dimensions Owner
Bull Negative and Bull Positive Bermani, Filippo Filippo Bermani 1943 Woodmere Art Museum, 9201 Germantown Avenue Cor-Ten steel on steel bases IAS PA000414[205]
Butterfly George Papashvily 1964 Woodmere Art Museum garden, 9201 Germantown Avenue Sculpture: granite, base: fieldstone 19 x 39 x 6-1/2 in IAS 88320127[206]
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Monument 5500 block Germantown Mkt Sq.JPG Union Soldier by John Lachmier
Eagles and plaques by John Massey Rhind
James H. Windrim, architect
1883 Market Square, 5500 Germantown Avenue 40°02′04″N 75°10′20″W / 40.034325°N 75.172300°W / 40.034325; -75.172300 (Market Square) Granite statue, granite pedestal & base, bronze eagles & plaques Statue: 114 in
Overall: 428 in
IAS 88320047[207]
Corn Bench Alejandro Lopez 1991 Village of Arts and Humanities, 2544 Germantown Avenue IAS 74960135[208]
Eagle (World War I Memorial) J. Otto Schweizer 1923 Chelten Square, Chelten Avenue & Wister Street Eagle: bronze, granite base with bronze medallions & shields Eagle: 30 x 30 x 24 in IAS PA000084[209]
Fountain and Sculpture Jon Bogle 1974 Nicetown Park, Germantown Avenue & St. Pauls Street Sculpture: metal, base: concrete 144 x 48 in IAS PA001155[210]
Freedom Corner James Dupree 1995 Freedom Square, Germantown Avenue & Wister Street Painted concrete and cowry shells IAS 74910006[211]
Helical Form William P. Daley 1972 Germantown Friends School, 31 West Coulter Street Sculpture: Tomasil bronze, base: limestone 22 x 60 in IAS 75009365[212]
Hood Cemetery Gateway Hood Cemetery Gate HABS PA,51-PHILA,325-1.jpg William Johnson, architect
William Struthers, mason
1849 4901 Germantown Avenue HABS[213]
Horse Margaret Wasserman Levy 1969 Germantown Friends School, 31 West Coulter Street Acrylic 44 x 46 x 21 in IAS PA000059[214]
Ile Ife Park Lily Yeh 1987 Village of Arts and Humanities. 2544 Germantown Avenue ceramic tile, concrete, stone, glass, plants IAS PA001139[215]
Leopardopterus John Parker 1987 Woodmere Art Museum garden, 9201 Germantown Avenue 108 x 96 x 78 in IAS PA000415[216]
Meditation Park Lily Yeh 1991 Village of Arts and Humanities, 2544 Germantown Avenue IAS 74960136[217]
Obele Uno (Small House) John Horace Stone
Robert Craddock
Austino Okafor
Simone Leigh
1995 Village of Arts and Humanities, 2544 Germantown Avenue Painted wood, asphalt, copper sheeting, marble, ceramic IAS 74910018[218]
Henry Melchior Muhlenberg Monument Muhlenberg Monument.JPG J. Otto Schweizer 1917 Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
7301 Germantown Avenue
40°02′03″N 75°11′31″W / 40.0343°N 75.191925°W / 40.0343; -75.191925 (Muhlenberg Monument) Bronze statue and reliefs, granite base 108 x 180 x 44 in IAS 88320108[219]
Francis Daniel Pastorius Monument Pastorius Monument.JPG Albert Jaegers 1917 Vernon Park, 5798 Germantown Avenue 40°02′13″N 75°10′34″W / 40.036900°N 75.176150°W / 40.036900; -75.176150 (Pastorius Monument) Tennessee marble, granite base 324 x 111 x 141 in IAS 75009363[220]
Teedyuscung
Indian in the Wissahickon
John Massey Rhind 1902 Wissahickon Creek, north of Walnut Lane Bridge 40°04′06″N 75°13′13″W / 40.068234°N 75.220326°W / 40.068234; -75.220326 (Teedyuscung) Marble
(replaced 1856 wood statue)
144 in IAS 75009308[221]
Together Family Ken Clark[disambiguation needed] 1977 Mount Airy Playground, Germantown Avenue & Sedgwick Street Weathering steel 60 in x 84 in IAS PA000412[222]
Vertical Form 89-5 Thomas Sternal 1989 Woodmere Art Museum garden, 9201 Germantown Avenue Steel cage, glacial river rocks 108 x 51 x 51 in IAS PA000060[223]
War Memorial to Mothers Harry Lewis Raul 1927 Wister's Woods, Belfield Avenue & 21st Street Sculpture: bronze, base: granite 103 x 74 x 47 in IAS 75009364[224]
John Wister John Wister 1904 CGHD.JPG Raffaello Romanelli 1903 Vernon Park, 5700 Germantown Avenue Sculpture: bronze, base: granite 90 x 26 x 26 in IAS 88320066[225]

South Philadelphia[edit]

Title Image Artist Year Location Coordinates Material Dimensions Owner
Awakening (Pierce) Pierce, Ron T. Ron T. Pierce 1971 Union Baptist Church garden
1910 Fitzwater Street
39°56′34″N 75°10′27″W / 39.9427°N 75.1742°W / 39.9427; -75.1742 (Awakening) Bronze sculpture, concrete base 58.5 x 22 x 35 in IAS 88320129[226]
The Batter (Brown) Brown Batter Philly art.JPG Joe Brown (sculptor) 1974 Citizens Bank Park 39°54′19″N 75°10′04″W / 39.9052°N 75.1677°W / 39.9052; -75.1677 (The Batter) Bronze sculpture; concrete base IAS PA000184[227]
Columbus Monument (Caroni) Columbus Broad St Philly art.JPG Caroni, Emanuele Emanuele Caroni (attributed) 1876 Marconi Plaza, Broad and Oregon Streets 39°54′56″N 75°10′19″W / 39.9155°N 75.1720°W / 39.9155; -75.1720 (Columbus (Caroni)) Italian marble with stone base IAS PA000620[228]
Connie Mack (Rosin) Rosin 1957 Connie Mack.JPG Rosin, Harry Harry Rosin 1957 Citizens Bank Park Bronze sculpture with granite base IAS 75009371
Admiral George W. Melville Admiral George W. Melville by Samuel Murray 1923.jpg Murray, Samuel Samuel Murray 1923 Philadelphia Naval Shipyard
Broad Street & Preble (Intrepid?) Avenue
39°53′46″N 75°10′33″W / 39.8962°N 75.1758°W / 39.8962; -75.1758 (Admiral George W. Melville) Bronze sculpture, granite base IAS 88320105[229]
Play at Second Base (Brown) Brown Play at 2nd Philly art.JPG Joe Brown (sculptor) 1976 Citizens Bank Park 39°54′18″N 75°10′01″W / 39.905°N 75.167°W / 39.905; -75.167 (Play at 2nd) Bronze sculpture; concrete base IAS PA000185[230]
The Punter (Brown) Brown punter Philly art.JPG Joe Brown (sculptor) 1974 Citizens Bank Park 39°54′N 75°10′W / 39.90°N 75.16°W / 39.90; -75.16 (Punter) Bronze sculpture; concrete base IAS PA000186[231]
Guglielmo Marconi(Saleppichi Giancarlo) Giancarlo, Saleppichi Saleppichi Giancarlo (attributed) 1975 Marconi Plaza, Broad and Oregon Streets 39°54′56″N 75°10′19″W / 39.9155°N 75.1720°W / 39.9155; -75.1720 (Columbus (Saleppichi Giancarlo)) Bronze with marble base Ref
Mike Schmidt Zenos Frudakis Mike Schmidt Philadelphia.jpg Zenos Frudakis 2004 Citizens Bank Park
Third Base Gate
Southeast corner 11th & Hartranft Streets
39°54′25″N 75°10′04″W / 39.9070°N 75.1678°W / 39.9070; -75.1678 (Mike Schmidt) Bronze sculpture; red granite base H. 120 in
Tackle (Brown) Brown Tackle Philly art.JPG Joe Brown (sculptor) 1975 Citizens Bank Park 39°54′N 75°10′W / 39.90°N 75.16°W / 39.90; -75.16 (Tackle) Bronze sculpture; concrete base H. 132 x W. 108 x Diam. 72 in. IAS PA000187[232]
Turtle Eric Berg 1978 Palumbo Recreational Center
10th & Fitzwater Streets
Bronze 27 x 36 x 53 in IAS PA000492[233]

West and Southwest Philadelphia[edit]

Title Image Artist Year Location Coordinates Material Dimensions Owner
The Alchemist (De Lue) Alchemist Penn.JPG De Lue, Donald Donald De Lue 1940 University of Pennsylvania
Chemistry Building
39°57′02″N 75°11′31″W / 39.950510°N 75.192050°W / 39.950510; -75.192050 (Alchemist) Limestone relief IAS 76009541[234]
All Wars Memorial to Penn Alumni All Wars memorial Penn.JPG Rudy, Charles Charles Rudy 1951 University of Pennsylvania
33rd Street & Smith Walk
39°57′05″N 75°11′26″W / 39.9515°N 75.1905°W / 39.9515; -75.1905 (All Wars Memorial to Penn Alumni) Bronze sculptures, granite base IAS 77001620[235]
Alliance (Day) Day, David J. David J. Day 1973 Pacifico Ford
6701 Essington Avenue
mixed: Sculpture: stainless steel & a rubber tire; Base: concrete & marble 120 x 54 x 36 in IAS PA000104[236]
Atlas X Brenner, Art Art Brenner 1974 4509 Island Avenue, near Philadelphia Airport 39°53′20″N 75°13′57″W / 39.8890°N 75.2326°W / 39.8890; -75.2326 (Atlas X) Painted metal sculpture, concrete base IAS PA000158[237]
The Button (sculpture) WTP A01 youcanlookitup 2.jpg Claes Oldenburg 1981 University of Pennsylvania, College Green 39°57′08″N 75°11′37″W / 39.95222°N 75.19369°W / 39.95222; -75.19369 (The Button) Reinforced aluminum 16 ft diameter
Covenant (Liberman) Covenant Liberman 1976 a.JPG Liberman, Alexander Alexander Liberman 1975 University of Pennsylvania 39th and Locust Walk 39°57′10″N 75°12′02″W / 39.9527°N 75.2006°W / 39.9527; -75.2006 (Covenant (Liberman)) Cor-Ten steel, painted red IAS 77001278[238]
Dickens and Little Nell (Elwell) Dickens and Nell Philly.JPG Francis Edwin Elwell 1890 Clark Park, Spruce Hill 39°56′55″N 75°12′34″W / 39.94861°N 75.20944°W / 39.94861; -75.20944 (Dickens and Little Nell (Ewell)) Bronze 144 in. W. 131 in City of Philadelphia
Fairmount Park Commission[239][240][241]
IAS 75009307[242]
Anthony J. Drexel (Ezekiel) AJDrexelStatue.jpg Ezekiel, Moses Jacob Moses Jacob Ezekiel 1904 Drexel University
33rd & Market Streets
39°57′15″N 75°11′13″W / 39.95417°N 75.18694°W / 39.95417; -75.18694 (AJ Drexel seated) Bronze sculpture with marble base 66 x 54 x 60 in IAS PA000016[243]
Anthony Joseph Drexel (Ezekiel) Anthony J. Drexel bust - Drexel University - IMG 7344.JPG Ezekiel, Moses Jacob Moses Jacob Ezekiel 1901–1903, ca. Dedicated May 3, 1905. Drexel University
33rd & Market Streets
39°57′15″N 75°11′23″W / 39.9541°N 75.1897°W / 39.9541; -75.1897 (AJ Drexel bust) White Carrara marble 42 in. 60 in base IAS 77001201[244]
Flame North Hall.JPG Sherl Joseph Winter 1968 Drexel University
southwest corner, 33rd & Race Streets
39°57′31″N 75°11′21″W / 39.958690°N 75.189050°W / 39.958690; -75.189050 (Flame Fountain) Bronze Sculpture: 91 in IAS 77001206[245]
Benjamin Franklin (Boyle) BenjaminFranklinCampus.jpg John J. Boyle 1896 University of Pennsylvania
Locust Walk in front of College Hall
39°57′7″N 75°11′37″W / 39.95194°N 75.19361°W / 39.95194; -75.19361 (Benjamin Franklin (Boyle)) Bronze 90 in × 53 in × 59 in IAS 76005268[246]
Benjamin Franklin in 1723 Franklin at Penn statue.JPG McKenzie, R. Tait R. Tait McKenzie 1914 University of Pennsylvania
33rd Street in front of Weightman Hall
39°57′03″N 75°11′28″W / 39.9508°N 75.1910°W / 39.9508; -75.1910 (Benjamin Franklin (McKenzie)) Bronze 96 x 33 x 41 in IAS 77001605[247]
Benjamin Franklin Campus - BenjaminFranklin002.jpg George Lundeen 1987 University of Pennsylvania
37th Street & Locust Walk
39°57′08″N 75°11′49″W / 39.952150°N 75.196975°W / 39.952150; -75.196975 (Benjamin Franklin) Bronze
Jerusalem Stabile (Calder) Jerusalem Stabile Calder 1976.JPG Calder, Alexander Alexander Calder 1976 University of Pennsylvania 39°57′07″N 75°11′34″W / 39.9520°N 75.1927°W / 39.9520; -75.1927 (Jerusalem Stabile) Steel painted orange IAS 77001287[248]
King Solomon (Archipenko) King Solomon Archipenko.JPG Archipenko, Alexander Alexander Archipenko 1963, cast 1968 University of Pennsylvania
36th Street and Locust Walk
Bronze sculpture with stone base IAS PA000024[249]
Mario the Magnificent
Drexel Dragon
Eric Berg 2002 Drexel University
southeast corner, 33rd & Market Streets
39°57′19″N 75°11′22″W / 39.955400°N 75.189325°W / 39.955400; -75.189325 (Mario the Magnificent) Bronze Drexel University
Newkirk Viaduct Monument Newkirk Viaduct Monument.jpg Thomas Ustick Walter 1839 Along the Northeast Corridor right-of-way, just north of the 49th Street Bridge 39°56′22″N 75°12′38″W / 39.939455°N 75.210619°W / 39.939455; -75.210619 (Newkirk Viaduct Monument) white marble About 15 feet tall Amtrak
Peace Symbol[250] Peace symbol Penn Detail.JPG Robert Engman 1967 University of Pennsylvania
in front of Van Pelt Library
39°57′09″N 75°11′39″W / 39.9526°N 75.1941°W / 39.9526; -75.1941 (Peace Symbol) Stainless steel 156 x 104 x 3 in IAS [251]
Running Free Henry Mitchell 1971 Drexel University
near northwest corner, 33rd & Market Streets
39°57′23″N 75°11′24″W / 39.956450°N 75.190025°W / 39.956450; -75.190025 (Running Free) Bronze 168 x 144 x 168 in IAS PA000017[252]
Edgar Fahs Smith Edgar Fahs Smith - IMG 6621.JPG R. Tait McKenzie 1925-26 University of Pennsylvania
34th Street & Smith Walk
39°57′06″N 75°11′32″W / 39.9516°N 75.1922°W / 39.9516; -75.1922 (Edgar Fahs Smith) Bronze 70 in IAS 77001607[253]
Reverend George Whitefield R. Tait McKenzie 1914-18 University of Pennsylvania
Quadrangle, 3700 Spruce Street
Bronze sculpture, limestone base 96 x 42 x 24 in IAS 77001606[254]
No. 3 Williamsburg Series (Engman) Engman, Robert Robert Engman 1963 University of Pennsylvania
3812 Walnut Street
39°57′12″N 75°11′58″W / 39.9534°N 75.1995°W / 39.9534; -75.1995 (No. 3 Williamsburg Series) Stainless steel sculpture IAS PA000039[255]

Unclassified (so far)[edit]

Title Image Artist Year Location Coordinates Material Dimensions Owner
Bear and Her Cub (Greenberg)
MBbearstatue
Greenberg, Joseph J. Joseph J. Greenberg 1957 zoo Black Coopersburg granite IAS 46200007[90]
Bear (Jones) Jones, Dexter Dexter Jones 1968 Columbia Avenue Playground, 11th Street & Cecil B. Moore Avenue, northeast corner 39°58′41″N 75°09′09″W / 39.9781°N 75.1524°W / 39.9781; -75.1524 Bronze sculpture, concrete base IAS PA000502
Beginning of an Adventure (Karhumaa) Karhumaa, Karl O. Karl O. Karhumaa 1966 Conshohocken Avenue & Windemere Street (where?) Bronze on a concrete base IAS 75009408
Benjamin Banneker (Washington) Washington, Jr., James W. James W. Washington, Jr.[256] 1969 Progress Plaza Shopping Center, Broad & Oxford Streets 39°58′37″N 75°09′28″W / 39.9770°N 75.1579°W / 39.9770; -75.1579 Granite IAS 88320137
Benjamin Franklin in Fireman's Hat Jones, Dexter Dexter Jones 1968 Fire Station, Engine #8, Ladder #2, 4th & Arch Streets 39°57′09″N 75°08′47″W / 39.9524°N 75.1464°W / 39.9524; -75.1464 Aluminum IAS PA000611
Bird Form (Stein) Stein, Jane E. Jane E. Stein 1966 Paley Library courtyard 39°58′52″N 75°09′16″W / 39.9810°N 75.1545°W / 39.9810; -75.1545 Blue marble on a concrete base IAS 88320132
Bird in Flight (Zubar) Zubar, Marco Marco Zubar 1971 Ardleigh & Haines Streets 40°03′08″N 75°09′53″W / 40.0523°N 75.1647°W / 40.0523; -75.1647 Cor-Ten steel set into a concrete walkway IAS 75009367
Bird (Kimmelman) Kimmelman, Harold Harold Kimmelman 1970 Hellerman & Walker Streets 40°01′35″N 75°03′13″W / 40.0264°N 75.0537°W / 40.0264; -75.0537 Steel sheet, painted blue; pole, painted pink; concrete base IAS PA000400
Bolt of Lightning...Memorial to Ben Franklin Noguchi, Isamu Isamu Noguchi 1933, 1980! metal: steel Sculpture: stainless steel with steel cables; Base: painted steel IAS 66530048[257][258][259][260][261]
The Boxers (Ben-Shmuel) Ben-Shmuel, Ahron Ahron Ben-Shmuel 1937 Philadelphia Museum of Art East court 39°57′55″N 75°10′50″W / 39.9654°N 75.1806°W / 39.9654; -75.1806 Coopersburg granite on a concrete base H. 61 1/2 in. IAS 88320092[262]
Boy With Hawk (Parks) Parks, Charles Cropper Charles Cropper Parks 1973 metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base; brick IAS 76007393[263]
Bronze Figure (Lieberman) Lieberman, Neil Neil Lieberman 1970 metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base: brick IAS 75009377[264]
Bronze Sphere (Ihlenfeld) Ihlenfeld, Klaus Klaus Ihlenfeld 1970 metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base: concrete IAS 75009382[265]
Buddha (unknown) Unknown 1800 stone: Sculpture: stone; Base: concrete IAS PA000132[266]
Buddha "Siddhartha Gautama" (Nevin) Nevin, Blanche Blanche Nevin 1900 concrete: cement Sculpture: cement with quartz crystals; Base: cement IAS PA000176[267]
Burst of Joy (Kimmelman) Kimmelman, Harold Harold Kimmelman 1977 (th and Market, NW corner) 39.9516,-75.1552 metal: steel Sculpture: polished stainless steel; Base: polished black granite IAS 77001322 IAS 77001322
Butterfly (Kimmelman) Kimmelman, Harold Harold Kimmelman 1970 Stainless steel; polished black granite base IAS 77001328
Butterfly (Papashvily) Papashvily, George George Papashvily 1964 stone: granite Sculpture: granite; Base: fieldstone IAS 88320127[268]
Calvary Scene Unknown (Italian) 1960 stone: marble Sculpture: marble; Base: cement IAS PA001166[269]
Castalua (Tyler) Tyler, Stella Elkins Stella Elkins Tyler 1935 metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base: red sandstone; Basin: sandstone, carved IAS PA000382[270]
Cat and Fish (Francksen) Francksen, Jean Eda Jean Eda Francksen 1967 concrete: Cast-concrete IAS 75009413[271]
Cats (Mitchell) Mitchell, Henry Henry Mitchell 1974 metal: bronze Cats: bronze; Fountain: granite (?) IAS PA000385[272]
Center Device (Van Houten) Van Houten, Harold D. Harold D. Van Houten 1993 mixed: Concrete and Cor-Ten steel IAS PA000208[273]
Center of Mass I Clark, Ken[[Ken Clark[disambiguation needed]| Ken Clark]] 1977 metal: steel Sculpture: stainless steel, welded; Base: concrete IAS PA000413[274]
Central Post (totem) James, Charlie Charlie James 1850 wood: cedar Totem: cedar; Pedestal: stainless steel IAS PA000619[275]
Charioteer of Delphi Unknown (Greek) (copy after) 1977 metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base: black marble IAS PA001128[276]
Charles Allen Smith (Moitz) Moitz, Francis P. Francis P. Moitz 1917 stone: granite Granite IAS 75009368[277]
Charles Custis Harrison LLD Jenkins, Frank Lynn Frank Lynn Jenkins 1925 metal: bronze Figure: bronze; Base: limestone IAS 76006522[278]
Charles Lennig (Boyle) Boyle, John J. John J. Boyle 1900 South wall of Callege Hall, Penn (W) Bronze bust, granite base IAS 77001625[279]
Child Care (Greenberg) Greenberg, Joseph J. Joseph J. Greenberg 1966 plastic: Reinforced plastic on a concrete base IAS 75009401[280]
Children Playing (Pinto) Pinto, Sarala Ruth Sarala Ruth Pinto 1800 metal: Sculpture: painted metal; Base: painted metal IAS 75009389[281]
Children's Hospital Gateposts Fenton, Beatrice Beatrice Fenton 1931 stone: limestone Figure: limestone; Base: granite and brick IAS 88320095[282]
Chimes of Faith Malpass, Hunter Hunter Malpass 1976 metal: steel Arches: stainless steel; Chimes: bronze; Base: concrete IAS PA000127[283]
Chimpanzee (Greenberg) Greenberg, Joseph J. Joseph J. Greenberg 1965 zoo? Indiana limestone relief IAS 75009340[284]
Chinese Water Stone (sculpture) Unknown 1900 stone: Greystone IAS 74910004[285]
Christopher Columbus (Venditti) Venditti, Antonio Antonio Venditti 1955 metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base: marble IAS PA000166[286]
City Seal (Jones) Jones, Dexter Dexter Jones 1966 metal: bronze Gold-leafed bronze bas-relief IAS 75009353[287]
Civil War Memorial (Tarr) Tarr, H. S. H. S. Tarr 1865 stone: Sculpture: stone; Base: stone IAS PA001084[288]
Civil War Memorial (Leach) Leach, Joseph B. Joseph B. Leach 1869 metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base: Quincy granite IAS PA001459[289]
Civil War Monument (sculpture) Unknown 1887 stone: granite Sculpture: granite; Base: granite IAS PA000108[290]
Civil War Soldier (Milmore) Milmore, Martin Martin Milmore 1872 metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base: granite IAS PA000125[291]
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Monument Unknown 1909 stone: granite Sculpture: granite; Base: limestone IAS 88320058[292]
Civil War Soldiers' Monument (Lachmier) Lachmier, John John Lachmier 1883 stone: granite Sculpture: New England granite with capstone of granite from Gettysburg Battlefield; Base: granite; Plaques: bronze IAS 88320047[293]
Civil War Soldiers & Sailors Memorial (MacNeil) MacNeil, Hermon A. Hermon A. MacNeil 1921 stone: marble Sculpture: Tennessee marble; Base: granite IAS PA000010[294]
Civil War Soldiers & Sailors Monument (sculpture) Unknown 1800 IAS 75009309[295]
Clevenger Memorial Fountain Unknown 1924 metal: bronze Fountain: bronze or copper; Basin: slate IAS PA000476[296]
The Climbing Stone (Rockwell) Rockwell, Peter Peter Rockwell 1990 stone: Stone IAS PA000116[297]
Collab I Fuhrman, James James Fuhrman 1975 metal: steel Sculpture: Cor-Ten steel IAS PA001119[298]
Colonial Scene (Kimmelman) Kimmelman, Harold Harold Kimmelman 1976 metal: bronze Maybe bronze or brass IAS PA000609[299]
Columbus Memorial (Donato) Donato, Giuseppe Giuseppe Donato 1952 metal: bronze Bust: bronze (?); Base: stone; Foundation: concrete IAS PA000477[300]
Columbus Monument (Caroni) Caroni, Emanuele Emanuele Caroni 1875 stone: marble Sculpture: Italian marble; Base: stone IAS PA000620[228]
Columbus (sculpture) Unknown 1800 stone: marble Marble IAS 75009297[301]
Commerce: Seated Male Figure Botteiau, Alfred Alfred Botteiau 1930 stone: marble Sculpture: marble IAS PA001115[302]
Compass Rose (Salama) Salama, David David Salama 1994 mixed: Plastic, sand, epoxy polymer coating IAS 74910014[303]
Connectedness (Kralik) Kralik, M. J. M. J. Kralik 1990 metal: steel Sculpture: probably stainless steel, etched and burnished; Foundation: concrete IAS PA000472[304]
Cougar (sculpture) Unknown 1957 zoo? Kelly Drive? metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base: stone IAS PA000049[305]
Courtship (Mitchell) Mitchell, Henry Henry Mitchell 1958 metal: bronze Bronze IAS 77002537[306]
Covenant (Liberman) Liberman, Alexander Alexander Liberman 1975 metal: steel Cor-Ten steel, painted red IAS 77001278[307]
Crispus Attucks (Washington) Washington, James W. James W. Washington 1969 18 in. Broad & Oxford streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (N) stone: granite Granite Progress Plaza Shopping Center; IAS 75009414;[308] IAS 88320136[309]
Dancers (Tyler) Tyler, Stella Elkins Stella Elkins Tyler 1936 metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base: bronze IAS PA000379[310]
David Reeves (sculpture) Unknown 1871 metal: bronze Sculpture: possibly bronze; Base: stone IAS PA001165[311]
Decline and Rise (Kimmelman) Kimmelman, Harold Harold Kimmelman 1968 metal: steel Sculpture: stainless steel; Base: possibly concrete IAS 88320114[312]
Dedicated to the American Secretary Nivola, Costantino Costantino Nivola 1970 mixed: Steel reinforced concrete and sand IAS 77001320;[313] IAS 88320115[314]
Diana (sculpture) Unknown 1800 Philadelphia Museum of Art IAS 75009267[315]
The Diver (Wood) Wood, Thomas[[Thomas Wood[disambiguation needed]| Thomas Wood]] 1901 stone: granite Sculpture: granite; Base: stone IAS PA000103[316]
Dolphin Play Fountain Bailey, Joseph C. Joseph C. Bailey 1972 plastic: epoxy Epoxy and fiberglass IAS 75009397[317]
Dolphins (Barger) Barger, Raymond Granville Raymond Granville Barger 1971 metal: Sculptures: metal IAS 46200002[318]
Don Diego de Gardoqui (Sanguino) Sanguino, Luis Luis Sanguino 1977 metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base: stone IAS PA001088[319]
A Drinking Fountain (Calder) Calder, Alexander Stirling Alexander Stirling Calder 1900 Quadrangle Dormitories, East Quad, 34th & Spruce Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 metal: bronze Bronze with green patina; Basin: granite IAS 76005588[320]
Drinking-Fountain (sculpture) Singer and Talcott 1876 Limestone AECI 03024654[321]
Drunken Satyr (sculpture) Unknown 1905 metal: bronze Sculpture: bronze IAS 88320063[322]

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