List of public art in Washington, D.C., Ward 2

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This is a list of public art in Ward 2 of Washington, D.C..

This list applies only to works of public art accessible in an outdoor public space. For example, this does not include artwork visible inside a museum.

Most of the works mentioned are sculptures. When this is not the case (i.e. sound installation, for example) it is stated next to the title.

Ward 2[edit]

Title Artist Year Location/GPS Coordinates Material Dimensions Owner Image
George Mason Memorial Wendy M. Ross 2002 West Potomac Park 38°52′46″N 77°2′21″W / 38.87944°N 77.03917°W / 38.87944; -77.03917 Bronze National Park Service[1]
Nuns of the Battlefield Jerome Connor ca. 1924 M St & Rhode Island Ave., N.W. 38°54′20.83″N 77°2′24.89″W / 38.9057861°N 77.0402472°W / 38.9057861; -77.0402472 Bronze Sculpture: approx. H. 6 ft. W. 9 ft. National Park Service[2][3] Order of Sisters Memorial.JPG
Renaissance David Bakalar 1989 American Association for the Advancement of Science38°54′0.63″N 77°1′41.34″W / 38.9001750°N 77.0281500°W / 38.9001750; -77.0281500 Granite & Gold Leaf l. 4 ft. American Association for the Advancement of Science[4]
River Horse 1996 Lisner Auditorium 38°53′58.12″N 77°2′48.43″W / 38.8994778°N 77.0467861°W / 38.8994778; -77.0467861 Bronze George Washington University[5]
General Manuel Belgrano Ignacio Ibarra ca. 2005 Embassy of Argentina Bronze Embassy of Argentina[6] Belgrano in front of embassy.JPG
Grey Wolf Mark Rossi ca. 2003 Defenders of Wildlife 38°54′17.93″N 77°2′19.04″W / 38.9049806°N 77.0386222°W / 38.9049806; -77.0386222 Bronze Defenders of Wildlife[7]
Lajos Kossuth Hungarian Embassy Embassy of Hungary[8]
Theodore Roosevelt Hungarian Embassy Embassy of Hungary[9]
Korean War Veterans Memorial Frank Gaylord 1995 The National Mall 38°53′16.04″N 77°2′51.33″W / 38.8877889°N 77.0475917°W / 38.8877889; -77.0475917 Granite & Stainless steel National Park Service Aerial view of Korean War Veterans Memorial.jpg
National World War II Memorial Friedrich St. Florian 2004 The National Mall 38°53′22.1″N 77°2′25.97″W / 38.889472°N 77.0405472°W / 38.889472; -77.0405472 Granite National Park Service Wwiimemorial.jpg
Ulysses S. Grant Memorial Henry Merwin Shrady 2004 The National Mall Bronze National Park Service[10] Grant Memorial 3.JPG
Hotel Rouge Statues 2002 Hotel Rouge 38°54′30.19″N 77°2′10.73″W / 38.9083861°N 77.0363139°W / 38.9083861; -77.0363139 Kimpton Hotels & Restaurant Group Hotel Rouge statues.jpg
Inspiration Ethan Kerber 2010 5th St. & K St., N.W. 38°54′10.42″N 77°1′8.01″W / 38.9028944°N 77.0188917°W / 38.9028944; -77.0188917 Steel 25 × 25 ft, 3,500 lbs. DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities & The Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District[11][12]
Lift Off David Black 2009 City Vista 38°54′9.75″N 77°1′7.61″W / 38.9027083°N 77.0187806°W / 38.9027083; -77.0187806 DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities & The Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District[13]
Bridge Tender's House Mikyoung Kim 2009 14th Street Bridge 38°52′34.37″N 77°2′28.71″W / 38.8762139°N 77.0413083°W / 38.8762139; -77.0413083 Dichroic Acrylic D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities[14][15] 14th Street Bridge Complex 1.jpg
Ad Astra Richard Lippold 1976 National Air and Space Museum 38°53′19.03″N 77°1′11.43″W / 38.8886194°N 77.0198417°W / 38.8886194; -77.0198417 Gold-colored polished stainless steel 3,000 cm Smithsonian Institution[16] Needle at Air and Space Mus. at D.C.jpg
Continuum Charles O. Perry 1976 National Air and Space Museum 38°53′15.93″N 77°1′11.6″W / 38.8877583°N 77.019889°W / 38.8877583; -77.019889 Bronze h. 168 cm. Smithsonian Institution[17] Smithsonian Air and Space.jpg
Les Trois Grâces Niki de Saint Phalle 1999 New York Ave. between 13th & 12th St., N.W. 38°54′1.5″N 77°1′44.44″W / 38.900417°N 77.0290111°W / 38.900417; -77.0290111 National Museum of Women in the Arts[18][18]
Nana on a Dolphin Niki de Saint Phalle 1998 New York Ave. between 13th & 12th St., N.W. 38°54′1.18″N 77°1′45.33″W / 38.9003278°N 77.0292583°W / 38.9003278; -77.0292583 National Museum of Women in the Arts[18][18]
#23 Basketball Player Niki de Saint Phalle 1999 New York Ave. between 13th & 12th St., N.W. 38°54′2.34″N 77°1′42″W / 38.9006500°N 77.02833°W / 38.9006500; -77.02833 National Museum of Women in the Arts[18][18]
Arbre Serpents Niki de Saint Phalle 1998 New York Ave. between 13th & 12th St., N.W. 38°54′1.96″N 77°1′43.06″W / 38.9005444°N 77.0286278°W / 38.9005444; -77.0286278 National Museum of Women in the Arts[18][18]
Major General John A. Logan Franklin Simmons 1901 Logan Circle 38°54′34.78″N 77°1′46.75″W / 38.9096611°N 77.0296528°W / 38.9096611; -77.0296528 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 12 × 10 × 4½ in.; Base: approx. 3 × 22 × 30 ft. (Sculpture 11,000 lbs. Bronze base 35,000 lbs.). United States Department of the Interior[19] Closeup - John A. Logan statue.JPG
Bernardo de Gálvez Juan de Ávalos 1976 Virginia Ave. between 20th & 21st St., N.W. Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 12 × 13 × 6 ft.; Base: approx. 15 × 13 × 6 ft. United States Department of the Interior[20]
The Nations of the Pan American Health Association Michael Lantz 1970 Pan American Health Organization Bronze & Stone Each medallion: approx. Diam. 2.5 ft. Pan American Health Organization[21]
Philip Jaisohn South Korean Embassy Bronze South Korean Embassy Philip Jaisohn statue.JPG
Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity Frederick Charles Shrady 1979 J. Edgar Hoover Building Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. W. 15 ft. 7 in. D. 5 ft. 7 in.; Base: approx. 2 ft. 6 in. × 10 ft. 3 in. × 7 ft. 4 in. FBI[22]
American Legion Soldier Adolph Wolter 1951 American Legion, 1608 K St., N.W. 38°54′8.12″N 77°2′14.44″W / 38.9022556°N 77.0373444°W / 38.9022556; -77.0373444 Indiana Limestone Sculpture: approx. H. 13 ft. American Legion[23]
Buffaloes Alexander Phimister Proctor 1914 Dumbarton Bridge Bronze & Stone 4 buffaloes. Each: approx. H. 7 ft. D.C. Department of Public Works[24] Buffalo statue at Dumbarton Bridge.JPG
Martin Luther Ernest Rietschel Cast 1884 Luther Place Memorial Church Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 11.5 ft.; Base: approx. H. 168 in. W. 138 in. Luther Place Memorial Church[25] Luther Place Memorial Church - Martin Luther statue.jpg
Equestrian of Simón Bolívar Felix de Weldon 1959 18th St. at C St & Virginia Ave. N.W. Bronze & Granite or Marble Sculpture: approx. 27 ft. × 96 in. × 208 in.; Base: approx. 142 × 72 × 184 in. (8 tons). United States Department of the Interior[26] Simon Bolivar Statue DC.JPG
Major General James B. McPherson Louis Rebisso 1876 McPherson Square Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 14 ft. L. 12 ft.; Base: approx. H. 12 ft. D. 6 ft. United States Department of the Interior[27] McPherson Square statue.jpg
Edmund Burke James Havard Thomas 1923 Massachusetts Ave between 11th & 12th St, N.W. Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 8 ft. × 39½ in. × 39½ in.; Base: approx. H. 72 in. × 92 in. United States Department of the Interior[28] Edmund Burke statue by Matthew Bisanz.JPG
Taras Shevchenko Leo Mol 1963 Between 22nd St. & 23rd St. at P St., N.W. Bronze & Granite 2 parts. Sculpture: approx. 14 ft. × 4 ft. 7 in. × 4 ft. 6 in.; Base: approx. 7 ft. × 4 ft. 7 in. × 4 ft. 6 in. United States Department of the Interior[29] Taras Shevchenko Memorial - Church of the Pilgrims.JPG
Liberador: General Jose de San Martin Augustin-Alexandre Dumont 1862 Virginia Ave between 20th & 21st St, N.W. Bronze & Concrete [30] General Jose de San Martin Memorial.jpg
War or Peace Jurgen Weber 1965–1971 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Bronze & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 8 × 50 × 1.5 ft.; Base: approx. 4.5 × 20 × 3 ft. United States Department of the Interior[31]
Ascension Lucien Wercollier 1978 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Marble Wercollier Ascension Strassen 01.jpg
America Jurgen Weber 1965–1971 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Bronze & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 8 × 50 × 1.5 ft.; Base: approx. 4.5 × 20 × 3 ft. United States Department of the Interior[32]
Don Quixote Aurelio Teno 1976 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Bronze, Stone & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 15 × 6 × 12 ft.; Base: approx. 4 × 5 × 12 ft. (66 tons). United States Department of the Interior[33]
Don Quixote Stafford Rolph 1981 1776 G Street, N.W., Courtyard Direct steel & Brick Sculpture: approx. 106 × 119 × 70 in.; Base: approx. 36 × 97 × 96 in. Robert T. Foley Company[33]
The Observer Keith McCarter 1983 1020 19th Street, N.W. Bronze Sculpture: approx. 6 × 10 × 7 ft. Diam. 10 ft.; Base: approx. 8 in. × 9 ft. × 6 ft. Barnes, Morris, Pardoe, Foster[34]
William O. Douglas Wendy Ross 1976 Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, 30th St. N.W. Metal & Stone Sculpture: approx. 2 ft. 3 in. × 1 ft. 6 in. × 1 ft. 3 in.; Base: approx. 3 ft. 10 in. × 1 ft. 6 in. × 1 ft. 2½ in. United States Department of the Interior[35]
Whooping Cranes Kent Ullberg 1988 National Wildlife Federation Stainless steel, Brick & Limestone Sculpture: approx. 12 × 10 × 5 ft.; Base fountain: approx. H. 2.5 ft. Diam 20 ft. (2,300 lbs.). National Wildlife Federation[36]
Salamander Finial Raymond Kaskey 1985 Christian Heurich Mansion Hammered copper Approx. H. 7 ft. W. 3 ft. Heurich House Foundation[37]
Sarah Louisa Rittenhouse Memorial Unknown 1956 Montrose Park Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 30 × 22 × 29 in.; Base: approx. 50 in × 2 ft. × 2 ft. United States Department of the Interior[38]
General Artemas Ward Leonard Crunelle 1938 Ward Circle Bronze Sculpture: approx. 10 × 5 × 4 ft.; Base: approx. 10 × 5 × 4 ft. United States Department of the Interior[39] Artemas Ward statue Ward Circle color.png
St. Stephen Martyr Felix de Weldon 1961 Church of St. Stephen Martyr Polychrome Porcelain & Concrete Sculpture: approx. H. 10 ft.; Base: approx. W. 4 ft. 8 in. Church of St. Stephen Martyr[40]
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz Beatriz Caso 1975 Organization of American States Bronze & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 48 × 43½ × 35 in.; Base: approx. 32 × 50 × 38 in. Organization of American States[41]
Romulo Gallegos Juan Jose Sicre Cast 1979 Organization of American States Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 14 × 8½ × 11 in.; Base: approx. 4 ft. 10 in. × 2 ft. × 2 ft. Organization of American States[42]
Teresa de la Parra M. de la Fujite 1989 Organization of American States Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 22 × 15 × 11 in.; Base: approx. 49½ × 24½ × 24½ in. Organization of American States[43]
Gabriela Mistral Galvarino Ponce 1980 Organization of American States Lead & Granite Sculpture: approx. 27½ × 22 × 13 in.; Base: approx. 43 × 24 × 24 in. Organization of American States[44]
Pablo Neruda Galvarino Ponce 1980 Organization of American States Lead & Granite Sculpture: approx. 30 × 24 × 16 in.; Base: approx. 52¼ × 24 × 24 in. Organization of American States[45]
Jose Cecilio del Valle Juan José Sicre 1967 Organization of American States

38°53′33″N 77°2′27″W / 38.89250°N 77.04083°W / 38.89250; -77.04083

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 25 × 20 × 13 in.; Base: approx. 63 × 22½ × 17½ in. Daughters of the American Revolution[46]
The Founders of the Daughters of the American Revolution Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney ca. 1928 Daughters of the American Revolution Museum Marble Figure: approx. H. 9 ft; Stele: approx. H. 5 ft. 9 in. × 18 ft. × 5 ft. 5 in. Daughters of the American Revolution[47] The Founders of the Daughters of the American Revolution.JPG
Murillo Renato Lucchetti 1974 Renwick Gallery facade 38°53′57.18″N 77°2′21.45″W / 38.8992167°N 77.0392917°W / 38.8992167; -77.0392917 Marble Dust Conglomerate Sculpture: approx. 8 ft. 7 in. × 3 ft. 8 in.; Base: approx. 6 ft. 7 in. × 4 ft. 10 in. Smithsonian American Art Museum[48]
Rubens Renato Lucchetti 1974 Renwick Gallery facade Marble Dust Conglomerate H. 7 ft. Smithsonian American Art Museum[49]
Indian Heads Alexander Phimister Proctor 1914 Dumbarton Bridge Sandstone Department of Public Works[50]
Discus Thrower Myron 1956 Kelly Park 38°53′41.53″N 77°2′47.08″W / 38.8948694°N 77.0464111°W / 38.8948694; -77.0464111 Bronze, Marble & Granite Figure: life-size; Column and base: approx. 10 ft. 6 in. × 5 ft. 10 in. × 5 ft. 10 in. United States Department of the Interior[51] Discus Thrower - Washington, D.C. - 1.JPG
Admiral David G. Farragut Vinnie Ream 1881 Farragut Square

38°54′7″N 77°2′20.3″W / 38.90194°N 77.038972°W / 38.90194; -77.038972

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 10 × 3 × 3 ft.; Base: approx. 16 × 18 × 24 ft. United States Department of the Interior[52] Admiral David Farragut Statue.jpg
Eagle Pediment and Neoclassical Relief Panels Ulysses Ricci & Sichi 1929 DAR Constitution Hall 38°53′38.15″N 77°2′22.63″W / 38.8939306°N 77.0396194°W / 38.8939306; -77.0396194 Limestone Eagle: larger than life-size. Each relief panel: H. 4 ft. × W. 8 ft. Daughters of the American Revolution[53] Constitution Hall.jpg
Balinese Demons Unknown ca. 1870 Indonesian Embassy

38°55′26″N 77°3′02″W / 38.92389°N 77.05056°W / 38.92389; -77.05056

Volcanic rock 2 pieces. Each sculpture: approx. H. 5 ft. Diam. 3 ft. Indonesian Embassy[54]
Lieutenant General George Washington Clark Mills 1860 Washington Circle

38°54′09″N 77°3′01″W / 38.90250°N 77.05028°W / 38.90250; -77.05028

Bronze & Marble Sculpture: approx. 9 × 14 × 6 ft.; Base: approx. 9 ft. 8 in. × 15 ft. × 8 ft. National Park Service[55] Clark-Mills-George-Washington-Detail.jpg
Fountain Mask Walker Hancock 1936 Eccles Building Marble, Terra cotta, Concrete & Brass or Bronze. Sculpture: approx. H. 1 ft. W. 1 ft.; Fountain basin: approx. 15 × 15 × 15 ft. Federal Reserve Board[56]
Transportation John Gregory 1937 Eccles Building Marble Approx. H. 10 ft. Federal Reserve Board[57]
Law John Gregory 1937 Eccles Building Marble Approx. H. 10 ft. Federal Reserve Board[58]
Eagle on the Federal Reserve Board Building Sidney Waugh 1937 Eccles Building

38°53′34″N 77°2′45″W / 38.89278°N 77.04583°W / 38.89278; -77.04583

Marble Sculpture: 6 ft. 11 in. × 6 ft. 1 in. × 6 ft. 8 in. Federal Reserve Board[59] Eagle statue - Eccles Building.jpg
Andrew Jackson Downing Robert Eberhard Launitz 1856 Enid A. Haupt Garden, Smithsonian Institution 38°53′18.4″N 77°1′33.65″W / 38.888444°N 77.0260139°W / 38.888444; -77.0260139 Marble Urn: approx. H. 4 ft. Diam 2 ft.; Base: approx. H. 4 ft. 9 in. W. 3 ft. Smithsonian Institution[60] Andrew Jackson Downing urn.jpg
Elephants Unknown ca. 1955 Embassy of India Chancellery, 2536 Massachusetts Ave, N.W. Marble & Stone Sculpture: approx. 36 × 24 × 72 in.; Base: approx. 8 × 27 × 18 in. Embassy of India, Washington, D.C.[61]
Ascension Rudolph Heintze 1967 Marvin Center Courtyard, 800 21st St, N.W. Welded Stainless Steel & Granite Sculpture: approx. 12 ft. 10 in. × 11 ft. 9 in. × 9 ft. 10 in.; Base: approx. 5 ft. 11 in. × 57 in. × 57 in. George Washington University[62]
American Wildlife Lumen Martin Winter 1961 1412 16th St., N.W. Marble 13 reliefs. Each: approx. H. 12 ft. W. 4 ft. Unknown[63]
The Progress of Science Lee Lawrie 1923 United States National Academy of Sciences Bronze 6 reliefs. Each relief: approx. H. 5 ft. W. 10 ft. United States National Academy of Sciences[64]
Wisdom and Observation Lee Lawrie 1923 United States National Academy of Sciences Copper Sculpture: approx. H. 4 ft. United States National Academy of Sciences[65]
National Association of Broadcasters Fountain Loren Sage 1969 National Association of Broadcasters Stone & Pebbles Fountain: approx. 6 × 15 × 7 ft. National Association of Broadcasters[66]
The Griffin John Dreyfuss 1986 Griffin Condominiums, 955 26th St., N.W. Bronze & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 4 ft. 10 in. × 3 ft. 3 in. × 1 ft. 3 in.; Base: approx. 6 in. × 2 ft. 9 in. × 1 ft [67]
Habitat Alfredo Halegua 1968 2020 Connecticut Ave., N.W. Fiberglass 5 ft. Square. [68]
Untitled Albert Paley 1981 901 26th Street, N.W. Painted Iron (Left gate:) 8 ft. 4 in. × 10 ft. 2 in. × 1½ in.; (Right gate:) 10 ft. × 4 ft. 2 in. × 1½ in. Private Residence[69]
(Massachusetts Avenue Abstract) John Van Alstine 1986 2358 Massachusetts Ave., N.W. Limestone & Steel Approx. 8 ft. 5 in. × 2 ft. 4 in. × 5 in. Patricia Baumann & John Bryant[70]
Expanding Universe Marshall Fredericks 1963 United States State Department 38°53′38.76″N 77°2′56.4″W / 38.8941000°N 77.049000°W / 38.8941000; -77.049000 Cast Bronze, Nickel Alloys, Glass Mosaic & Granite 26 × 10 ft. General Services Administration[71]
Spatial Concept: Nature Lucio Fontana 1959–1960

Cast 1965

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 5 spheres. Height ranges from 29 to 36⅝. Diam. ranges from 35 to 43⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[72][73][73][73][74][75]
Horse and Rider Marino Marini (sculptor) 1952–1953 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 82 1/4 X 47 X 77 3/4 IN Smithsonian Institution[76]
Are Years What? (for Marianne Moore) Mark di Suvero 1967 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Painted steel 480 × 480 × 360 in. Smithsonian Institution[77]
Antipodes James Sanborn 1997 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Copper & Petrified wood approx. 96 × 75 × 26 in. Smithsonian Institution[78]
Twisted Form (Traveler's Guardian Spirit) Shiro Hayami 1981 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden or Freer Gallery of Art? Agi stone & Peruvian granite 160⅛ × 98 × 56⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[79]
Figure Jacques Lipchitz 1926–1930

Cast 1958–1961

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 85⅜ × 38½ × 29¼ IN. Smithsonian Institution[80] Figure by Lipchitz.jpg
Sunset Song Susan Philipsz 2003 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Sound installation Smithsonian Institution[81]
For Gordon Bunshaft Dan Graham 2006

Fabricated 2007–2008

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Two-way mirror, Stainless steel, wood, & stone 92⅛ × 196¼ × 196⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[82]
Wish Tree for Washington, DC Yoko Ono 2007 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Live tree with mixed media Dimensions variable Smithsonian Institution[83]
Brushstroke Roy Lichtenstein 1996

Cast 2002–2003

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Painted aluminum 32¼ × 21½ × 6 ft. Smithsonian Institution[84] Hirshhorn Museum - National Archives Building.JPG
Sky Hooks Alexander Calder ca. 1962 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Painted steel 103 × 83 × 92 in. Smithsonian Institution[85]
Kiepenkerl Jeff Koons 1987 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Stainless steel 72¾ × 31½ × 32¼ in. Smithsonian Institution[86] Kiepenkerl by Jeff Koons.JPG
Sphere No. 6 Arnaldo Pomodoro 1966 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 45 × 46½ × 47⅝ in. Smithsonian Institution[87]
Young Girl on a Chair Giacomo Manzu 1955 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 45 × 23⅜ × 43¾ in. Smithsonian Institution[88][89]
Self-Portrait with Model at Bergamo Giacomo Manzu 1942

Cast 1960

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 52¼ × 38⅝ × 10⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[90][91]
Two-Piece Reclining Figure: Points Henry Moore 1969–1970

Cast 1973

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 89⅜ × 147⅛ × 72⅞ in. Smithsonian Institution[92][93]
Three-Piece No. 3: Vertebrae (Working Model) Henry Moore 1968

Cast 1969

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 40¾ × 93 × 48 in. Smithsonian Institution[94][95] Henry Moore 002.jpg
Evocation of a Form: Human, Lunar, Spectral Jean Arp 1950

Cast 1957

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.73″N 77°1′22.65″W / 38.8890917°N 77.0229583°W / 38.8890917; -77.0229583 Bronze 45½ × 32⅜ × 33½ in. Smithsonian Institution[96][97] Evocation of a Form Human Lunar Spectral.jpg
Lunar Bird Joan Miró 1944–1946 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.46″N 77°1′21.1″W / 38.8890167°N 77.022528°W / 38.8890167; -77.022528 Bronze 89⅜ × 88½ × 58¼ in. Smithsonian Institution[98][99] Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden -- May 2005 -- 011.jpg
Seated Yucatan Woman Francisco Zúñiga 1973 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 41½ × 35⅜ × 44⅞ in. Smithsonian Institution[100][101]
Clamdigger Willem de Kooning 1972

Cast 1976

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.8″N 77°1′23.03″W / 38.889111°N 77.0230639°W / 38.889111; -77.0230639 Bronze 59½ × 29⅝ × 23¾ in. Smithsonian Institution[102][103]
Seated Woman on a Bench Willem de Kooning 1972

Cast 1976

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 37¾ × 36 × 34⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[104][105] De Kooning sculpture.jpg
Crouching Woman Auguste Rodin 1880–1882

Cast 1962

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.74″N 77°1′22.84″W / 38.8890944°N 77.0230111°W / 38.8890944; -77.0230111 Bronze 37½ × 27⅝ × 24¼ in. Smithsonian Institution[106] Auguste Rodin 001.jpg
Post-Balzac Judith Shea 1991 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

38°53′18″N 77°1′23″W / 38.88833°N 77.02306°W / 38.88833; -77.02306

Bronze 98½ × 28½ × 28½ in. Smithsonian Institution[107]
The Drummer Barry Flanagan 1990 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

38°53′18″N 77°1′21″W / 38.88833°N 77.02250°W / 38.88833; -77.02250

Bronze 96 × 68 × 36 in. Smithsonian Institution[108]
Eros, Inside Eros Arman 1986 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

38°53′21″N 77°1′23″W / 38.88917°N 77.02306°W / 38.88917; -77.02306

Bronze 33⅝ × 17¼ × 20⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[109]
Three-Piece Reclining Figure No. 2: Bridge Prop Henry Moore 1964 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 49½ × 78½ × 58½ in. Smithsonian Institution[110]
Upright Motive No. 1: Glenkiln Cross Henry Moore 1956 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 131⅜ × 38⅜ × 36 in. Smithsonian Institution[111]
Seated Woman Henry Moore 1957 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 62 × 56¼ × 41⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[112]
Draped Reclining Figure Henry Moore 1956 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.74″N 77°1′22.84″W / 38.8890944°N 77.0230111°W / 38.8890944; -77.0230111 Bronze 40⅞ × 66⅝ × 34⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[113]
Nymph (Central Figure for "The Three Graces") Aristide Maillol 1953 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 60⅞ × 24½ × 18¾ in Smithsonian Institution[114] Nymph Central Figure forThe Three Nymphs.jpg
Needle Tower Kenneth Snelson 1968 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Stainless steel & Aluminum 720 × 243½ × 213⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[115]
Cubi XII David Smith 1963 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

38°53′18″N 77°1′23″W / 38.88833°N 77.02306°W / 38.88833; -77.02306

Stainless steel 109½ × 49 × 26 in. Smithsonian Institution[116]
Agricola I David Smith 1952 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

38°53′21″N 77°1′23″W / 38.88917°N 77.02306°W / 38.88917; -77.02306

Painted steel 73¾ × 54¾ × 23¾ in. Smithsonian Institution[117]
Crown Princess Märtha Kirsten Kokkin Norwegian Embassy

38°55′28″N 77°3′59.85″W / 38.92444°N 77.0666250°W / 38.92444; -77.0666250

Bronze Princess Märtha of Sweden.jpg
Geometric Mouse, Variation I, Scale A Claes Oldenburg 1971 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

38°53′17″N 77°1′23″W / 38.88806°N 77.02306°W / 38.88806; -77.02306

Painted steel & Aluminum 106¼ × 143⅜ × 94⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[118]
Pittsburgh Landscape David Smith 1954 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Stainless steel & Bronze 30 × 116 × 5 in. Smithsonian Institution[119]
The Great Warrior of Montauban Antoine Bourdelle 1900/1956 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 73¼ × 62 × 24⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[120] The Great Warrior of Montauban - Washington, D.C..jpg
Back I-Back IV Henri Matisse 1909–1931

Cast 1959–1960

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 4 panels. Varied dimensions. Smithsonian Institution[121][122][123][124]
Monument to Balzac Auguste Rodin 1898 Cast: 1966 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.62″N 77°1′21.29″W / 38.8890611°N 77.0225806°W / 38.8890611; -77.0225806 Bronze 106 × 43 × 50⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[125] Monument to Balzac.jpg
Last Conversation Piece Juan Muñoz 1995 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′16.4″N 77°1′24.45″W / 38.887889°N 77.0234583°W / 38.887889; -77.0234583 Bronze 3 pieces. Installation, overall: 66½ × 244¾ × 321⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[126][127]
Subcommittee Tony Cragg 1991 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Steel 100½ × 74¼ × 64½ in. Smithsonian Institution[128][129]
Throwback Tony Smith 1979 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Painted Aluminum 81¼ × 155⅞ × 95⅝ in. Smithsonian Institution[130][131]
Voltri XV David Smith 1962 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

38°53′18″N 77°1′23″W / 38.88833°N 77.02306°W / 38.88833; -77.02306

Steel 89⅞ × 77 14 × 22⅝ in. Smithsonian Institution[132][133] Voltri XV.jpg
Monumental Head Alberto Giacometti 1960 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

38°53′20″N 77°1′21″W / 38.88889°N 77.02250°W / 38.88889; -77.02250

Bronze 37 × 11¾ × 14¾ in. Smithsonian Institution[134][135]
Untitled Ellsworth Kelly 1986 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

38°53′20″N 77°1′24″W / 38.88889°N 77.02333°W / 38.88889; -77.02333

Stainless Steel 75 × 30 × 107 in. Smithsonian Institution[136][137]
Monsoon Drift Anthony Caro 1975 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

38°53′21″N 77°1′23″W / 38.88917°N 77.02306°W / 38.88917; -77.02306

Stainless Steel 123¼ × 207 × 41 in. Smithsonian Institution[138][139]
Figure for Landscape Barbara Hepworth 1965 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

38°53′21″N 77°1′20″W / 38.88917°N 77.02222°W / 38.88917; -77.02222

Bronze 106½ × 53⅞ × 28⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[140][141]
DuPont Circle Fountain Daniel Chester French 1920 Dupont Circle

38°54′35″N 77°2′36″W / 38.90972°N 77.04333°W / 38.90972; -77.04333

Marble & Concrete Upper basin: approx. H. 3 ft. D. 11 ft. 6 in.; Lower Basin: approx. H. 1 ft. 8 in.; Pedestal: approx. H. 13 ft. D. 7 ft. 6 in.; Overall: H. approx. 16 ft; Each figure: approx. H. 8 ft. W. 4½ ft. United States Department of the Interior[142] Dupont-HDR.jpg
Second Division Memorial James Earle Fraser 1936 President's Park

38°53′32″N 77°2′17″W / 38.89222°N 77.03806°W / 38.89222; -77.03806

Gilded Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 18 ft. × 3 ft. 10 in. × 2 ft. 4 in.; Base: approx. 20 × 71 × 26 ft. United States Department of the Interior[143] Second Division Memorial - Washington, D.C..jpg
General William Tecumseh Sherman Monument Carl Rohl-Smith, Sigvald Asbjornsen, Theo Alice Ruggles Kitson, Stephen Abel Sinding & Lauritz Jensen 1898 President's Park

38°53′46″N 77°2′03″W / 38.89611°N 77.03417°W / 38.89611; -77.03417

Bronze & Granite Overall: approx. H. 42 ft.; Equestrian figure: approx. H. 14 ft. United States Department of the Interior[144] Sherman monument in DC crop.jpg
Brigadier General Thaddeus Kosciuszko Antoni Popiel 1910 Lafayette Park 38°54′0.06″N 77°2′7.41″W / 38.9000167°N 77.0353917°W / 38.9000167; -77.0353917 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 10 × 4 × 4 ft.; Base: approx. 15 × 20 × 20 ft. United States Department of the Interior[145] Kosciuszko statue DC.JPG
Major General Comte Jean de Rochambeau Fernand Hamar 1901 Lafayette Park 38°53′56.42″N 77°2′15.82″W / 38.8990056°N 77.0377278°W / 38.8990056; -77.0377278 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 8 ft. Diam. 6 ft.; Base: approx. 20 ft. × 12 ft. 2 in. × 12 ft. 2 in. United States Department of the Interior[146] Comte de Rochambeau statue DC.JPG
Andrew Jackson Clark Mills 1852 Lafayette Park

38°53′58″N 77°2′12″W / 38.89944°N 77.03667°W / 38.89944; -77.03667

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 9 ft. W. 12 ft.; Base: approx. 18 × 16.5 × 9.75 ft. United States Department of the Interior[147] Andrew Jackson statue closeup.JPG
Major General Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben Albert Jaegers 1910 Lafayette Park 38°54′0.02″N 77°2′15.78″W / 38.9000056°N 77.0377167°W / 38.9000056; -77.0377167 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 10 × 5 × 5 ft.; Base: approx. 15 × 20 × 20 ft. United States Department of the Interior[148] General von Steuben statue DC.JPG
Tomorrow John Seward Johnson II 1992 Sasakawa Peace Foundation Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 6 ft. W. 9 ft. Sasakawa Peace Foundation[149]
The Three Soldiers Frederick Hart 1984 Constitution Gardens 38°53′25.62″N 77°2′54.06″W / 38.8904500°N 77.0483500°W / 38.8904500; -77.0483500 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 8 × 5 × 3 ft.: Base: approx. 2.5 × 12 × 8 ft. United States Department of the Interior[150]
Vietnam Women's Memorial Glenna Goodacre 1993 Constitution Gardens

38°53′27″N 77°2′49″W / 38.89083°N 77.04694°W / 38.89083; -77.04694

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 80 × 95 × 70 in.; Base: approx. H. 8 × Diam. 116 in. United States Department of the Interior[151]
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Maya Lin 1982 Constitution Gardens

38°53′28″N 77°2′52″W / 38.89111°N 77.04778°W / 38.89111; -77.04778

Granite Each wall: approx. H. 10 ft. 1 in. × L. 246.75 ft. United States Department of the Interior[152] Vietnam veterans wall satellite image.jpg
Major General George B. McClellan Frederick William MacMonnies 1907 Connecticut Ave & Columbia Rd., N.W.

38°55′00″N 77°2′47″W / 38.91667°N 77.04639°W / 38.91667; -77.04639

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: 13 ft. 6 in.; Pedestal: 18 × 9½ ft.; Base: 44 × 30 ft. United States Department of the Interior[153] Gen McClellan Statue DC.JPG
Boy Scout Memorial Donald De Lue 1964 The Ellipse

38°53′37.93″N 77°2′3.38″W / 38.8938694°N 77.0342722°W / 38.8938694; -77.0342722

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 168 × 120 × 104 in.; Base: approx. 62 × 92 × 98 in. United States Department of the Interior[154] Boy Scout Memorial-27527.jpg
Zero Milestone Horace W. Peaslee 1923 The Ellipse

38°53′42.38757″N 77°2′11.57375″W / 38.8951076583°N 77.0365482639°W / 38.8951076583; -77.0365482639

Bronze & Granite Overall: approx. H. 3 ft. 9½ in. W. 2 ft. United States Department of the Interior[155] Zeropost-1923.jpg
First Division Memorial Daniel Chester French 1924 The Ellipse

38°53′45″N 77°2′19″W / 38.89583°N 77.03861°W / 38.89583; -77.03861

Bronze & Granite Overall: approx. H. 80 ft.; Figure of Victory: approx. H. 15 ft. United States Department of the Interior[156] First Division Monument Front 1.jpg
Robert Emmet Jerome Connor 1916 Massachusetts Ave & 24th St., N.W.

38°54′50″N 77°3′10″W / 38.91389°N 77.05278°W / 38.91389; -77.05278

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 82 × 38 × 23 in.; Base: approx. 5 × 4 × 4 ft. Smithsonian American Art Museum[157] Robert Emmet.JPG
Major General George Henry Thomas John Quincy Adams Ward 1879 Thomas Circle

38°54′20″N 77°1′55″W / 38.90556°N 77.03194°W / 38.90556; -77.03194

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 16 × 15 × 5½; Base: approx. 178 in. × 30 ft. 10 in. × 12 ft. 3 in. United States Department of the Interior[158] West side of the George Henry Thomas statue.JPG
Commodore John Barry John Boyle 1913 Franklin Park

38°54′07″N 77°1′54″W / 38.90194°N 77.03167°W / 38.90194; -77.03167

Bronze, Marble, Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 6 ft.; Base: approx. H. 8 ft. D. 4 ft. United States Department of the Interior[159] Barry statue.JPG
Major General Marquis Gilbert de Lafayette Alexandre Falguière 1890 Lafayette Park

38°53′56″N 77°2′08″W / 38.89889°N 77.03556°W / 38.89889; -77.03556

Bronze, Marble Sculpture: approx. 10 × 4 × 4 ft.; Base: approx. 15 × 20 × 20 ft. United States Department of the Interior[160] Lafayette-front.JPG
Daniel Webster Gaetano Trentanove 1898 Scott Circle Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 7 × 4 × 3 ft.; Base: approx. 17 × 14 × 14 ft. United States Department of the Interior[161] Daniel Webster Monument.jpg
Brevet Lt. General Winfield Scott Henry Kirke Brown 1874 Scott Circle Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 15 × 10 × 10 ft.; Base: approx. 2 × 24 × 30 ft. United States Department of the Interior[162] General Winfield Scott statue (45726769).jpg
Samuel Hahnemann Monument Charles Henry Niehaus 1896 Scott Circle

38°54′26″N 77°2′08″W / 38.90722°N 77.03556°W / 38.90722; -77.03556

Bronze, Marble & Ceramic Figure: 6 × 2½ × 3 ft. Exedra: 25 × 36 × 24 ft. Base Relief Panels: H. 4 ft. W. l0 ft. each United States Department of the Interior[163] Hahnemann Memorial at Scott Circle.jpg
Memorial to the 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence Joseph Brown 1976 Constitution Gardens

38°53′28″N 77°2′34″W / 38.89111°N 77.04278°W / 38.89111; -77.04278

Granite, Gold Leaf, Concrete piers, Brass & Wood Sculpture: approx. 2 ft. 5½ in. × 50 ft. × 4 ft. 3 in. United States Department of the Interior[164]
General Philip Sheridan Gutzon Borglum 1908 Sheridan Circle

38°54′44″N 77°3′02″W / 38.91222°N 77.05056°W / 38.91222; -77.05056

Bronze Sculpture: approx. 10 × 12 ft. × 5 ft.; Base: approx. 3 × 37 × 4 ft. United States Department of the Interior[165] General Philip Sheridan Memorial - Rienzi.JPG
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow William Couper, Thomas Ball 1908 Triangle at Connecticut Ave., M St., & 18th St., N.W.

38°54′21″N 77°2′30″W / 38.90583°N 77.04167°W / 38.90583; -77.04167

Bronze Sculpture: approx. 5 ft. × 39 in. × 56 in.; Base: approx. 4 in. × 39 in. × 56 in. United States Department of the Interior[166] Longfellow statue2.JPG
Doctor John Witherspoon William Couper 1909 Connecticut Ave & N St., N.W. Bronze Sculpture: approx. 8 ft. × 2 ft. 2 in. × 2 ft. 2 in.; Base: approx. 9 × 7 × 7 ft. United States Department of the Interior[167] John Witherspoon statue DC.JPG
Butt-Millet Memorial Fountain Thomas Hastings, Daniel Chester French 1913 The Ellipse Marble Sculpture: approx. H. 130 in. Diam. 97 in.; Base: approx. H. 12 ft. Diam. 16 ft. United States Department of the Interior[168] Butt-Millet Memorial Fountain - Presidents Park - Washington DC - 2012-05-16.jpg
Memorial to Members of the American Institute of Architects Who Died in World War II Lee Lawrie ca. 1955 The Octagon House Marble The Octagon House[169]
Australian Seal Thomas Bass 1969 Embassy of Australia, Washington, D.C. Bronze Sculpture: approx. 8 × 5 × 2 ft. Embassy of Australia[170]
General Jose Gervasio Artigas Juan Manuel Blanes 1940s Constitution Ave & 18th St., N.W.

38°53′32″N 77°2′29″W / 38.89222°N 77.04139°W / 38.89222; -77.04139

Bronze Sculpture: approx. 9 ft. × 63 in. × 65 in.; Base: approx. 58 × 50 × 50 in. United States Department of the Interior[171] Estatua de Artigas en Washington DC - José Luis Zorrilla de San Martín (2).jpg
Japanese Pagoda Unknown 17th century West Potomac Park

38°52′58″N 77°2′30″W / 38.88278°N 77.04167°W / 38.88278; -77.04167

Granite & Concrete Sculpture: overall approx. H. 8 ft. W. 4 ft. (3,800 lbs.). United States Department of the Interior[172] Japanese pagoda tidal basin.jpg
Japanese Lantern Unknown 1651 West Potomac Park

38°53′12″N 77°2′29″W / 38.88667°N 77.04139°W / 38.88667; -77.04139

Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 10 ft. Diam 2 ft.; Base: approx. H. 5 ft. United States Department of the Interior[173] Japanese lantern.jpg
District of Columbia War Memorial Frederick H. Brooke 1931 West Potomac Park

38°53′15″N 77°2′23″W / 38.88750°N 77.03972°W / 38.88750; -77.03972

Bronze H. 47 ft. × Diam 44 ft. United States Department of the Interior[174] Dc war memorial.jpg
Wedlock Barry Johnston Lafayette Center, 1120 20th St, N.W. Bronze Lafayette Center[175]
Albert Einstein Memorial Robert Berks 1979 National Academy of the Sciences

38°53′33″N 77°2′55″W / 38.89250°N 77.04861°W / 38.89250; -77.04861

Bronze National Academy of the Sciences[176] AlbertEinsteinStatue-InIsraelAcademyOfSciencesAndHumanities-ByRobertBerks.JPG
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Paul Manship, Eric Gugler 1967 Roosevelt Island

38°53′50″N 77°3′51″W / 38.89722°N 77.06417°W / 38.89722; -77.06417

Bronze United States Department of the Interior[177] TeddyRoosevelt.JPG
American Pharmaceutical Association Reliefs Ulysses Ricci 1934 American Institute of Pharmacy Building 38°53′34.03″N 77°2′58.17″W / 38.8927861°N 77.0494917°W / 38.8927861; -77.0494917 Vermont marble American Pharmacists Association[178]
The Arts of Peace: Aspiration and Literature James Earle Fraser 1950 Rock Creek Parkway

38°53′24″N 77°3′09″W / 38.89000°N 77.05250°W / 38.89000; -77.05250

Gilded bronze Sculpture: approx. 17 × 12 × 17 ft.; Base: approx. 18 × 15 × 18 ft. (13 tons). United States Department of the Interior[179]
The Arts of Peace: Music and Harvest James Earle Fraser 1950 Rock Creek Parkway

38°53′24″N 77°3′09″W / 38.89000°N 77.05250°W / 38.89000; -77.05250

Gilded bronze Sculpture: approx. 17 × 12 × 17 ft.; Base: approx. 18 × 15 × 18 ft. (13 tons). United States Department of the Interior[180]
The Arts of War: Sacrifice Leo Friedlander 1950 Arlington Memorial Bridge

38°53′19″N 77°3′07″W / 38.88861°N 77.05194°W / 38.88861; -77.05194

Gilded bronze Sculpture: approx. 17 × 12 × 17 ft.; Base: approx. 18 × 15 × 18 ft. United States Department of the Interior[181] Friedlander ArtsofWar.jpg
The Arts of War: Valor Leo Friedlander 1950 Arlington Memorial Bridge

38°53′19″N 77°3′07″W / 38.88861°N 77.05194°W / 38.88861; -77.05194

Gilded bronze Sculpture: approx. 17 × 12 × 17 ft.; Base: approx. 18 × 15 × 18 ft. United States Department of the Interior[182] Friedlander Valor.jpg
Electricity, Fidelity, Steam Guido Butti 1856 701 E. St NW Marble Hotel Monaco?[183] Electricity fidelity stream dc.jpg
Masonic Sphinxes: Power and Wisdom Adolph Alexander Weinman 1915 Supreme Council 33 – Scottish Rite of Freemasonry

38°54′49″N 77°2′10″W / 38.91361°N 77.03611°W / 38.91361; -77.03611

Indiana limestone 2 sphinxes. Each sphinx: approx. 7 ft. × 5 ft. × 15 ft. 10 in.; Each base: approx. 2 ft. 3 in. × 10 ft. 2 in. × 18 ft. 1½ in. Scottish Rite of Freemasonry[184] Weinman-Sphinx-WashingtonDC.jpg
War Richard von Ezdorf 1884 Old Executive Office Building Iron Pediment: approx. H. 8 ft. W. 30 ft. United States Department of the Interior[185] War Old Executive Office Building.jpg
The Light of Knowledge Philip Martiny 1903 Historical Society of Washington Marble Approx. H. 4 ft. W. 6 ft. Historical Society of Washington[186] The Light of Knowledge by Philip Martiny (1903) Control IAS 76007142.jpg
George Washington Jean Antoine Houdon 1932 George Washington University Campus, University Yard Bronze Sculpture: approx.6 ft. 8 in. × 32.5 in. × 30 in.; Base: approx.46 × 48.5 × 42 in. George Washington University[187] GW at GWU.jpg
George Washington Avard Fairbanks 1975 George Washington University Campus Bronze Sculpture: approx. 46 × 32 × 27 in.; Base: approx. 68 × 42½ × 33 in. George Washington University[187] GWU bust.jpg
Benjamin Rush (1745–1813) Roland Hinton Perry 1904 Surgeon General of the United States Navy 38°53′43.23″N 77°3′5.26″W / 38.8953417°N 77.0514611°W / 38.8953417; -77.0514611 Bronze Overall: H. 14 ft. Surgeon General of the United States Navy[188] PSM V65 D478 Washington monument to benjamin rush.png
Professor Joseph Henry William Wetmore Story 1882 Smithsonian Institution Building

38°53′22″N 77°1′34″W / 38.88944°N 77.02611°W / 38.88944; -77.02611

Bronze H. 9 ft. Smithsonian Institution[189] JosephHenry-SmithsonianCastle-20050517.jpg
John Ericsson James Earle Fraser 1927 West Potomac Park 38°53′12″N 77°3′0.68″W / 38.88667°N 77.0501889°W / 38.88667; -77.0501889 Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 17 ft. Diam 8 ft.; Base: approx. 5 ft. 5 in. × 18 ft. 6 in. × 22 ft.; Ericsson: approx. 7 ft. 6 in. × 4 ft. 6 in. × 4 ft. 3 in. United States Department of the Interior[190] John Ericsson Memorial detail.jpg
Canova Lions Antonio Canova 1860 Corcoran Gallery of Art 38°53′45.3″N 77°2′22.59″W / 38.895917°N 77.0396083°W / 38.895917; -77.0396083 Bronze 2 lions. Each lion: approx. 43 × 31½ × 90½ feet; Each base: approx. 10¾ × 27¾ × 81½ in. Corcoran Gallery of Art[191] Corcoran gallery entrance.jpg
Braque Bird Pierre Bourdelle 1960 The Phillips Collection Marble Sculpture: approx. H. 3 ft. L. 7½ ft. The Phillips Collection[192]
Alexander Hamilton James Earle Fraser 1922 Treasury Building 38°53′47.98″N 77°2′3.51″W / 38.8966611°N 77.0343083°W / 38.8966611; -77.0343083 Bronze, Granite Sculpture: approx. 10 ft. × 3 ft. 2 in. × 2 ft. 9 in.; Pedestal: approx. H. 6 ft.; Base: approx. 9 ft. × 26 ft. 5 in. × 25 ft. 10 in. United States Department of the Interior[193] Statue of Alexander Hamilton.jpg
Bishop John Carroll Jerome Connor 1912 Healy Hall, Georgetown University Bronze, Marble Sculpture: approx. 82 × 41 × 70 in.; Base: approx. 57 × 70 × 102 in. Georgetown University[194] John Carroll statue.jpg
National Grange Marker Unknown 1951 National Mall Bronze, Granite Plaque: approx. W. 22 in.; Base: approx. W. 28 in. United States Department of the Interior[195]
Washington Monument Robert Mills 1866 National Mall

38°53′22″N 77°2′6″W / 38.88944°N 77.03500°W / 38.88944; -77.03500

Marble, Granite H. 555 ft. × 5½ in. United States Department of the Interior[196] Washington Monument Dusk Jan 2006.jpg
St. Jerome the Priest Ivan Meštrović 1954 Embassy of Croatia Bronze H. 8 ft × W. 3 ft. Embassy of Croatia[197]
Settlers of the District of Columbia Carl C. Mose 1936 The Ellipse Granite H 2 ft. 6 in. × W 3 ft. × D 3 ft. [198]
Negro Mother and Child Maurice Glickman 1935 United States Department of the Interior Bronze 6 ft. 4 in. × 20 in. × 20 in. United States Department of the Interior[199] Negro Mother and Child.jpg
Abe Lincoln Louis Slobodkin 1939 United States Department of the Interior Bronze Statue: 7½ × 2½ × 2½ ft.; base: 31 × 28 × 28 in. United States Department of the Interior[200]
Xochipilli, Aztec God of Flowers Unknown 1911 Organization of American States Painted concrete & White marble Sculpture: approx. H. 5 ft. W. 5 ft. Diam. 6 ft.; Base: approx. H. 6 ft. W. 1 ft. Organization of American States[201] Xochipilli-statue.jpg
Aztec Fountain Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney 1910 Organization of American States Red stone & Pink & white marble Fountain: H. 8 ft. W. 14 ft. Organization of American States[202]
South America Isidore Konti 1910 Organization of American States Marble Sculpture: approx. 10 ft. × 76 in. × 4 ft.; Base: approx. 11 ft. 10 in. × 214 in. × 4 ft. Organization of American States[203]
Ruben Dario Juan Jose Sicre 1967 Organization of American States

38°53′33″N 77°2′27″W / 38.89250°N 77.04083°W / 38.89250; -77.04083

Bronze & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 44 × 64 × 24½ in.; Base: approx. 30½ × 60 × 15 in. Organization of American States[204]
Queen Isabella (1451–1504) José Luis Sánchez 1966 Organization of American States

38°53′34″N 77°2′23″W / 38.89278°N 77.03972°W / 38.89278; -77.03972

Bronze Approx. H. 12 ft.; Base: 40 × 40 in. (900 lbs.). Organization of American States[205][206]
Organization of American States Exterior Reliefs Isidore Konti 1910 Organization of American States Marble Relief: approx. H. 4 ft. × W. 6 ft. Organization of American States[207] Meeting of Bolivar and San Martin DC.jpg
North America Gutzon Borglum 1910 Organization of American States Marble Sculpture: approx. 10 ft. × 5 ft. 6 in. × 4 ft.; Base: approx. 11 ft. 10 in. × 213½ in. × 226 in. Organization of American States[208] North america sculpture.jpg
Simon Bolivar, Libertador Emile Antoine Bourdelle 1984 Organization of American States Bronze Sculpture: approx. 3 × 1½ × 3½ ft.; Base: approx. 4½ × 3 × 4 ft. Organization of American States[209]
South American Condor Isidore Konti 1910 Organization of American States Marble Sculpture: approx. H. 3 ft. Organization of American States[210] South american condor.jpg
Presence on the Path Beatriz Blanco 1982 Organization of American States Cor-Ten Steel Sculpture: approx. 77¾ × 48 × 27½ in.; Steel plate base: D. 38 in. Diam 48 in. Museum of Modern Art of Latin America[211]
El Maiz Édgar Negret 1996 Organization of American States Painted Steel Museum of Modern Art of Latin America
La Niña Jonh Castles 2000 Organization of American States Steel Museum of Modern Art of Latin America
Navy Yard Urns Unknown 1872 Lafayette Square 38°53′56.45″N 77°2′10.96″W / 38.8990139°N 77.0363778°W / 38.8990139; -77.0363778 Bronze 2 urns. Each: H. 5 ft. × W. 4 ft. United States Department of the Interior[212] Navy yard urns.jpg
Folded Circle Ring Fletcher Benton 1989 1750 K Street N.W. Painted Steel Sculpture: approx. H. 8 ft. W. 8 ft. D. 5 ft. Diam. 8 ft.; Base: approx. H. 8 in. Diam 8 ft. Charles E. Smith Management[213]
Meeting of Recently Elected President Washington and Pierre Charles L'Enfant Raymond Mason 1988 Four Seasons Hotel Synthetic Art Resin, Polyurethane Based Paints Four Seasons Hotel[214]
Cordell Hull Bryant Baker 1943 Organization of American States

38°53′33″N 77°2′27″W / 38.89250°N 77.04083°W / 38.89250; -77.04083

Bronze Sculpture: approx. 33 × 25 × 13 in.; Base: approx. 51 × 27 × 27 in. Organization of American States[215]
Loss and Regeneration Joel Shapiro 1993 United States Holocaust Museum Bronze United States Holocaust Museum Joel Shapiro - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.JPG
Waverly John D. Ferguson 1984 2358 Massachusetts Ave, N.W. Cor-Ten Steel Sculpture: approx. 8 ft. 6 in. × 8 ft. × 6 ft. John Bryant[216]
Graft Roxy Paine 2009 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden

38°53′27″N 77°1′24″W / 38.89083°N 77.02333°W / 38.89083; -77.02333

Stainless steel 45 ft. × 45 ft. National Gallery of Art[217]
Thinker on a Rock Barry Flanagan 1997 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden

38°53′28″N 77°1′20″W / 38.89111°N 77.02222°W / 38.89111; -77.02222

Bronze National Gallery of Art[218]
Four-Sided Pyramid Sol LeWitt 1997 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden

38°53′27.2″N 77°1′20.64″W / 38.890889°N 77.0224000°W / 38.890889; -77.0224000

Concrete blocks & Mortar 15 ft. 3/8 in. × 33 ft. 1/2 in. × 31 ft. 10¼ in. National Gallery of Art[219]
Chair Transformation Number 20B Lucas Samaras 1996 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′26.75″N 77°1′20.76″W / 38.8907639°N 77.0224333°W / 38.8907639; -77.0224333 Bronze 11 ft. 10 in. × 2 ft. 1½ in. × 7 ft. 4 in. National Gallery of Art[220]
Moondog Tony Smith 1964 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Aluminum 17 ft. 1¼ in.x 15 ft. 4¼ in. × 15 ft. 4 in. National Gallery of Art[221]
Cluster of Four Cubes George Rickey 1992 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′27.27″N 77°1′22.7″W / 38.8909083°N 77.022972°W / 38.8909083; -77.022972 Stainless steel Sculpture: 17 ft. 9 in. × 10 ft. 3 in. × 9 ft. 3 in. National Gallery of Art[222]
Cubi XXVI David Smith 1965 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′26.85″N 77°1′23.13″W / 38.8907917°N 77.0230917°W / 38.8907917; -77.0230917 Steel 9 ft. 11½ × 12 ft. 7 in. × 2 ft. 1⅞ in. National Gallery of Art[223]
Stele II Ellsworth Kelly 1973 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Weathering steel 10 ft. 6 in. × 9 ft. 10 in. National Gallery of Art[224]
Untitled Joel Shapiro 1989 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Bronze 5 ft. 5 in. × 6 ft. 5 in. × 5 ft. 2½ in. National Gallery of Art[136]
Six-Part Seating Scott Burton 1985–1998 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Polished Granite 6 parts. Each part: 3 ft. 1½ in. × 1 ft. 5½ in. × 3 ft. 1/2 in. National Gallery of Art[225]
Aurora Mark di Suvero 1992–1993 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′29.85″N 77°1′21.41″W / 38.8916250°N 77.0226139°W / 38.8916250; -77.0226139 Steel 16 ft. 4 in. × 19 ft. 6 in. × 26 ft. 8½ in. National Gallery of Art[226]
Puellae Magdalena Abakanowicz 1992 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Bronze National Gallery of Art[227]
Spider Louise Bourgeois 1995 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Metal & Stones National Gallery of Art[228]
Personnage Gothique, Oiseau-Eclair Joan Miró 1974

Cast 1977

National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Bronze 14 ft. 9¼ in. × 6 ft. 6¾ in. × 5 ft. 3 in. National Gallery of Art[229]
Typewriter Eraser, Scale X Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen 1999 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Painted stainless steel & Fiberglass 19 ft. 9¼ in. × 12 ft. 8½ in. × 11 ft. 4 in. National Gallery of Art[230]
House I Roy Lichtenstein 1996–1998 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden

38°53′27″N 77°1′24″W / 38.89083°N 77.02333°W / 38.89083; -77.02333

Aluminum 9 ft. 7 in. × 14 ft. 8 in. × 4 ft. 4 in. (2.921 × 4.470 × 1.321 m). National Gallery of Art[231]
Cheval Rouge Alexander Calder 1974 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden

38°53′27″N 77°1′24″W / 38.89083°N 77.02333°W / 38.89083; -77.02333

Painted sheet metal 16 ft. × 19 ft. 7 in. × 19 ft. 7 in. (4.877 × 5.969 × 5.969 m). National Gallery of Art[232]
Cubi XI David Smith 1964 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden

38°53′29″N 77°1′23″W / 38.89139°N 77.02306°W / 38.89139; -77.02306

Chrome, Nickel, Steel Sculpture: approx. 92 × 29 × 38 in.; Base: approx. 24½ × 30 × 30 in. National Gallery of Art[233][234]
Erda John Cavanaugh 1969 1736 Corcoran St., N.W. Hammered lead Sculpture: approx. D. 17 in. Diam. 27 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[235]
Tympanum 1742 Corcoran Street John Cavanaugh 1742 Corcoran St., NW Lead Relief: approx. H. 2 ft. W. 7 ft. John Cavanaugh Foundation[236]
Nina and the Saint John Cavanaugh 1976 1614 Corcoran St., N.W. Lead Relief: approx. 36 × 30 × 1½ in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[237]
Man with Beard John Cavanaugh 1973 1736 Corcoran Street, N.W. Hammered Lead Sculpture: approx. H. 42 in. W. 20 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[238]
Fat Lips John Cavanaugh 1973 1736 Corcoran Street, N.W. Hammered Lead Sculpture: approx. H. 42 in. W. 20 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[239]
Sodom and Gomorrah John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation Lead 64 × 34 × 8 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[240]
The Captive John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation Lead 64 × 34 × 8 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[241]
Time Recaptured John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation Lead 64 × 46 × 8½ in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[242]
Within a Budding Grove John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation Lead approx. 25 × 53½ × 6 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[243]
Swann's Way John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation Lead Relief: approx. 52 × 53½ × 7 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[244]
The Fugitive John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation Lead 23½ × 52 × 8½ in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[245]
John Howard Payne Monument Unknown 1883 Oak Hill Cemetery Marble & Granite Sculpture: approx. 42 × 18 × 18 in.; Base: approx. 113 × 71 × 71 in. Oak Hill Cemetery[246] Gravestone of john howard payne oak hill cemetery.JPG
Bishop William Pinkney Memorial Unknown 1883 Oak Hill Cemetery Marble & Granite Sculpture: approx. 74 × 36 × 23 in.; Base: approx. 68 × 72 × 72 in. Oak Hill Cemetery[247]
Spencer Monument Tiffany & Co. 1928 Oak Hill Cemetery Granite Sculpture: approx. 12 ft. × 70 in. × 46 in. Oak Hill Cemetery[248]
Van Ness Mausoleum George Hadfield 1833 Oak Hill Cemetery

38°54′42″N 77°3′16″W / 38.91167°N 77.05444°W / 38.91167; -77.05444

Brick, Sandstone, Concrete Approx. H. 24 ft. × Diam. 24 ft. Oak Hill Cemetery[249] Van Ness Mausoleum - Washington, D.C..jpg
Samuel P. Carter Monument Bradley and Sons 1895 Oak Hill Cemetery Marble Oak Hill Cemetery[250] Samuel Carter Memorial.jpg
Morrison Mausoleum J.F. Manning 1889 Oak Hill Cemetery Gray Granite Relief: approx. H. 42 in. W. 94 in. Oak Hill Cemetery[251] Morrison Mausoleum.jpg
Amor Caritas Oak Hill Cemetery Oak Hill Cemetery[252]
North American Eagle Solon Borglum 1910 Organization of American States

38°53′34″N 77°2′23″W / 38.89278°N 77.03972°W / 38.89278; -77.03972

Marble Sculpture: approx. W. 3 ft. Organization of American States[253]
Jane A. Delano Memorial R. Tait McKenzie 1933 American Red Cross, Garden Court, 430 17th Street, N.W. 38°53′41.64″N 77°2′26.84″W / 38.8949000°N 77.0407889°W / 38.8949000; -77.0407889 Bronze & Marble H. 7 ft. American Red Cross[254] Jane Delano Memorial.jpg
The Red Cross Men and Women Killed in Service Felix de Weldon 1959 American Red Cross, Garden Court, 430 17th Street, N.W. Bronze & Marble Sculpture: approx. 8 ft. 6 in. × 7 ft. 1/4 in. × 4 ft. 2¾ in.; Base: approx. 35½ in. × 9 ft. 4 in. × 6 ft. 9 in. American Red Cross[255]
Armenian Earthquake F. Sogoyan 1990 American Red Cross National Headquarters

38°53′43″N 77°2′24″W / 38.89528°N 77.04000°W / 38.89528; -77.04000

Metal & Granite Sculpture: approx. 61 × 61 × 140 in.; Base: approx. H. 71 in. × 71 in. American Red Cross[256]
American Red Cross Nurses Edmond Romulus Amateis 1994 American Red Cross National Headquarters Limestone 2 reliefs. Each relief: approx. 7½ ft. × 5 ft. General Services Administration[257]
Benito Juarez Enrique Alciati 1969 Virginia & New Hampshire NW Bronze Sculpture: approx. 19 ft. × 9 ft. × 3 ft. 6 in.; Base: approx. 11 ft. × 11 ft. 9 in. × 11 ft. (3,600 lbs.). United States Department of the Interior[258]
Guermantis Way John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation Lead 20 × 51¼ × 7½ in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[259]
The Prophet Harry Abend 1960 Residence of the Venezuelan Ambassador Bronze Sculpture: approx. 75 × 33 × 16½ in.; Base: approx. 30 × 30 × 30 in. Embassy of Venezuela[260]
The Prophet Daniel Aleijadinho 1962 Organization of American States Concrete Sculpture: 8 ft. 31 in. × 33 in.; Base: approx. 2½ ft. × 30 in. c 27 in. Organization of American States[261]
Duality Salvador Manzano 1980 Organization of American States Painted Metal Sculpture: approx. 56 × 39¾ × 65 in. Museum of Modern Art of Latin America[262]
Spatial Continuity Salvador Manzano 1980 Organization of American States Painted Steel Sculpture: approx. 4 ft. 2½ in. × 7 ft. × 1 ft. Museum of Modern Art of Latin America[263]
Samuel Gompers Memorial Robert Ingersoll Aitken 1933 Gompers Square

38°54′14″N 77°1′35″W / 38.90389°N 77.02639°W / 38.90389; -77.02639

Bronze Sculpture: approx. 8 ft. × 21 ft. 4 in. × 12 ft. 2 in.; Base: approx. 1 ft. 6 in. × 27 ft. × 16 ft. 3 in. United States Department of Interior[264][265] Samuel Gompers Memorial.JPG
Washington Planning the Battle of Trenton Edmond Romulus Amateis 1935 Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium Indiana limestone Panel: approx. 9 ft. × 16 ft. × 10 in.; Spandrels: approx. 7 ft. 1 in. × 6 ft. 10 in. General Services Administration[266]
General John A. Rawlins Joseph A. Bailly 1874 Rawlins Park

38°53′45″N 77°2′31″W / 38.89583°N 77.04194°W / 38.89583; -77.04194

Bronze Sculpture: approx. H. 6 ft.; Base: approx. H. 20 ft. D. 4 ft. United States Department of Interior[267][268] Statue at Rawlins Park.jpg
Sky Landscape Louise Nevelson 1983 1101 Vermont Avenue, N.W. Metal Sculpture: approx. H. 20 ft. W. 7 ft.; Base: approx. H. 1.5 ft. Diam 18 ft. 8 in. American Medical Association[269]
Ribbons and Jewels Hazel Rebold 1991 Metro Center Station Washington Metro[14][270]
Scenes from Washington G. Byron Peck 2001 Metro Center Station Washington Metro[14][270]
Solomon's Gate John Dreyfus 1993 James Monroe Building, 2001 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. [14][270]
Metamorphosis, Drift and Emerge Various Artists ArtWalk at Old Convention Center Site, 10th St. between H St. & New York Ave., N.W. [14]
Transit Wendy Ross 2007 Mount Vernon Square Metro Station [14]
We Embrace E. Ethelbert Miller 2006 Dupont Circle Metro Station [14]
Excerpt from The Wound Dresser by Walt Whitman 2007 Dupont Circle Metro Station Granite [14] Dupont Circle Metro - north exit.jpg
Community Anne Marchand 2002 Westminster Playground, 913 Westminster St., N.W. Mixed Media Westminster Neighborhood Association[14]
Play Together and Live as One Jerome Meadows 2002 Westminster Playground, 913 Westminster St., N.W. Westminster Neighborhood Association[14]
Duke Ellington Mural G. Byron Peck 1997 True Reformer Building, 1200 U St., N.W. [14] True reformer building.jpg
U Street Sound Walter Kravitz 1997 Reeves Municipal Center, 2000 14th St., N.W. Reeves Municipal Center[14]
Community Rhythms Alfred J. Smith 1995 U Street Washington Metro[14] U St-African-Amer Civil War Memorial-Cardozo Artwork.jpg
Encore Zachary Oxman Florida Ave. & T St., N.W. [14]
Full Count John Dreyfuss 1988–1990 Virginia Ave. & 20th St. N.W. Bronze [271]
Limits of Infinity III John Safer 1979 H St. between 20th & 21st Sts., N.W. at The George Washington University [272]
Alexander Pushkin Alexander Bourganov 2000 H St. & 22nd St., N.W. at The George Washington University Bronze [273]
Suffusion Arthur Carter 1999 H St. between 21st & 22nd Sts., N.W. at The George Washington University [274]
Joyce Sam Maitin 2000 2033 G St., N.W. at The George Washington University [275]
Red Cross Monument Red Cross National Headquarters [276]
Triple Arc I New York Ave. & 18th St., N.W. (Courtyard) [277]
Always Becoming Nora Naranjo-Morse 2007 National Museum of the American Indian

38°53′17″N 77°0′59″W / 38.88806°N 77.01639°W / 38.88806; -77.01639

Dirt, sand, straw, clay, stone, black locust wood, bamboo, grass, and yam vines. Smithsonian Institution[278]
Colossal Head 4 Ignacio Perez Solano National Museum of Natural History Volcanic ash Smithsonian Institution[279]
Gwenfritz Alexander Calder c. 1968 National Museum of American History

38°53′30″N 77°1′53″W / 38.89167°N 77.03139°W / 38.89167; -77.03139

Iron H. 413⅜ in. Smithsonian American Art Museum[280]
Infinity Jose de Rivera 1967 National Museum of American History

38°53′27″N 77°1′48″W / 38.89083°N 77.03000°W / 38.89083; -77.03000

Stainless Steel Sculpture: 13½ × 8 × 16 ft.; including base: H. 34 ft. (1000 lbs.). Smithsonian Institution[281]
Daguerre Memorial Jonathan Scott Hartley 1890 National Portrait Gallery Bronze, Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 11 ft. National Museum of American History[282] Daguerre After Dark (Washington, DC).jpg
Delta Solar Alejandro Otero National Air and Space Museum Stainless steel Smithsonian Institution[283] Outside the museum.jpg
Columbia Caspar Buberl 1879–1881 Arts and Industries Building 38°53′19.3″N 77°1′28.09″W / 38.888694°N 77.0244694°W / 38.888694; -77.0244694 Zinc Smithsonian Institution[284]
Knife Mirror Edge Two Piece Henry Moore National Gallery of Art National Gallery of Art[285]
Prinz Friedrich von Homburg, Ein Schauspiel, 3X Frank Stella 1998–2001 National Gallery of Art Stainless steel, Aluminum, Fiberglass & Carbon fiber National Gallery of Art[286]
Triceratops horridus National Museum of Natural History Bronze Smithsonian Institution[287]
Mohandas Gandhi Gautam Pal Bronze & Granite [288] Embassy of India in Washington DC.jpg
Kenya Coat of Arms Kenyan Embassy Embassy of Kenya[289]
Vassil Levski Bulgarian Embassy Bulgarian Embassy[290]
Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk Vincenc Makovsky 2002 Massachusetts & Florida Aves. at Q & 22nd Sts. N.W. Bronze [291]
Alberto Santos-Dumont Vicinity R & 22nd Sts. N,W. Bronze [292]
Future Stars Kenneth Valimaki ca. 1991 National Education Association Bronze & Concrete [293]
Golden Warrior Prince Shota Valikhanov, Klara Sever & Peter Sever ca. 2006 Embassy of Kazakhstan Bronze Embassy of Kazakhstan[294]
Ursus National Geographic Society National Geographic Society[295]
C & O Canal Obelisk Wisconsin Ave just south of M St., N.W. National Park Service?[296]
Helix Fountain 1 block S of M St NW between 33rd & 34th Sts., N.W. [297]
John A. Joyce Oak Hill Cemetery [298]
Jan Karski Georgetown University Georgetown University[299]
Saint Ignatius of Loyola Vicki Winters Reid Georgetown University Bronze Georgetown University[300] Georgetown University -21.JPG
Francis Scott Key Georgetown University Georgetown University[301]
Giant Adirondack Chair Georgetown University
Man Helping Man 2400 N St NW [302]
Pulse Jefre Manuel Farragut North metro (entrance on K Street ) Refractive tile: Poly(methyl methacrylate) resin or Glass[303] [304] Sculpture, installation art Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority donated by Golden Triangle (Washington, D.C.) with the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities [305]
Farragut Spheres Michael Enn Sirvet 2011 Farragut West metro (17th & I NW entrance) 38°54′46″N 77°2′21″W / 38.91278°N 77.03917°W / 38.91278; -77.03917 Aluminum, Light emitting diodes Sculpture, installation art Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority donated by Golden Triangle (Washington, D.C.) with the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities [306]

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