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 Science 38°54′0.1″N 77°1′41.8″W / 38.900028°N 77.028278°W / 38.900028; -77.028278 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, Defense and Military Attaché's Office 38°54′53.0″N 77°2′47.2″W / 38.914722°N 77.046444°W / 38.914722; -77.046444 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 38°54′37.7″N 77°2′42.1″W / 38.910472°N 77.045028°W / 38.910472; -77.045028 Embassy of Hungary[8]
Theodore Roosevelt Hungarian Embassy 38°54′37.9″N 77°2′42.1″W / 38.910528°N 77.045028°W / 38.910528; -77.045028 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 1924 The National Mall 38°53′23.2″N 77°0′46.5″W / 38.889778°N 77.012917°W / 38.889778; -77.012917 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′10.7″N 77°1′7.6″W / 38.902972°N 77.018778°W / 38.902972; -77.018778 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′27.6″N 77°2′26.9″W / 38.874333°N 77.040806°W / 38.874333; -77.040806 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
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[18] Closeup - John A. Logan statue.JPG
Bernardo de Gálvez Juan de Ávalos 1976 Virginia Ave. between 20th & 21st St., N.W. 38°53′44.5″N 77°2′54.7″W / 38.895694°N 77.048528°W / 38.895694; -77.048528 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 12 × 13 × 6 ft.; Base: approx. 15 × 13 × 6 ft. United States Department of the Interior[19] GalvezDC 03.JPG
The Nations of the Pan American Health Association Michael Lantz 1970 Pan American Health Organization 38°53′47.0″N 77°2′58.1″W / 38.896389°N 77.049472°W / 38.896389; -77.049472 Bronze & Stone Each medallion: approx. Diam. 2.5 ft. Pan American Health Organization[20]
Philip Jaisohn 2008 South Korean Embassy 38°54′43.6″N 77°3′4.4″W / 38.912111°N 77.051222°W / 38.912111; -77.051222 Bronze South Korean Embassy
Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity Frederick Charles Shrady 1979 J. Edgar Hoover Building 38°53′42.2″N 77°1′30.5″W / 38.895056°N 77.025139°W / 38.895056; -77.025139 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[21]
American Legion Soldier Adolph Wolter 1951 American Legion, 1608 K St., N.W. 38°54′8.4″N 77°2′14.4″W / 38.902333°N 77.037333°W / 38.902333; -77.037333 Indiana Limestone Sculpture: approx. H. 13 ft. American Legion[22]
Buffaloes Alexander Phimister Proctor 1914 Dumbarton Bridge 38°54′39.7″N 77°3′2.8″W / 38.911028°N 77.050778°W / 38.911028; -77.050778 Bronze & Stone 4 buffaloes. Each: approx. H. 7 ft. D.C. Department of Public Works[23] Buffalo statue at Dumbarton Bridge.JPG
Martin Luther Ernest Rietschel Cast 1884 Luther Place Memorial Church 38°54′23.6″N 77°1′54.1″W / 38.906556°N 77.031694°W / 38.906556; -77.031694 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 11.5 ft.; Base: approx. H. 168 in. W. 138 in. Luther Place Memorial Church[24] 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. 38°53′35.2″N 77°2′31.2″W / 38.893111°N 77.042000°W / 38.893111; -77.042000 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[25] Simon Bolivar Statue DC.JPG
Major General James B. McPherson Louis Rebisso 1876 McPherson Square 38°54′7.0″N 77°2′2.8″W / 38.901944°N 77.034111°W / 38.901944; -77.034111 Bronze & granite Sculpture: approx. H. 14 ft. L. 12 ft.; Base: approx. H. 12 ft. D. 6 ft. United States Department of the Interior[26] McPherson Square statue.jpg
Edmund Burke James Havard Thomas 1923 Massachusetts Ave between 11th & 12th St, N.W. 38°54′14.0″N 77°1′38.8″W / 38.903889°N 77.027444°W / 38.903889; -77.027444 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 8 ft. × 39½ in. × 39½ in.; Base: approx. H. 72 in. × 92 in. United States Department of the Interior[27] Edmund Burke statue by Matthew Bisanz.JPG
Taras Shevchenko Memorial Leo Mol 1963 Between 22nd St. & 23rd St. at P St., N.W. 38°54′36.2″N 77°2′56.3″W / 38.910056°N 77.048972°W / 38.910056; -77.048972 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[28] 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. 38°53′42.1″N 77°2′42.9″W / 38.895028°N 77.045250°W / 38.895028; -77.045250 Bronze & Concrete [29] General Jose de San Martin Memorial.jpg
War or Peace Jurgen Weber 1965–1971 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 38°53′47.9″N 77°3′16.9″W / 38.896639°N 77.054694°W / 38.896639; -77.054694 Bronze & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 8 × 50 × 1.5 ft.; Base: approx. 4.5 × 20 × 3 ft. United States Department of the Interior[30]
America Jurgen Weber 1965–1971 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 38°53′42.6″N 77°3′16.9″W / 38.895167°N 77.054694°W / 38.895167; -77.054694 Bronze & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 8 × 50 × 1.5 ft.; Base: approx. 4.5 × 20 × 3 ft. United States Department of the Interior[31]
Don Quixote Aurelio Teno 1976 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 38°53′49.0″N 77°3′16.5″W / 38.896944°N 77.054583°W / 38.896944; -77.054583 Bronze, Stone & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 15 × 6 × 12 ft.; Base: approx. 4 × 5 × 12 ft. (66 tons). United States Department of the Interior[32]
Don Quixote Stafford Rolph 1981 1776 G Street, N.W., Courtyard 38°53′52.9″N 77°2′28.3″W / 38.898028°N 77.041194°W / 38.898028; -77.041194 Direct steel & Brick Sculpture: approx. 106 × 119 × 70 in.; Base: approx. 36 × 97 × 96 in. Robert T. Foley Company[32]
The Observer Keith McCarter 1983 1020 19th Street, N.W. 38°54′11.5″N 77°2′37.0″W / 38.903194°N 77.043611°W / 38.903194; -77.043611 Bronze Sculpture: approx. 6 × 10 × 7 ft. Diam. 10 ft.; Base: approx. 8 in. × 9 ft. × 6 ft. Barnes, Morris, Pardoe, Foster[33]
William O. Douglas Wendy Ross 1976 Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, 30th St. N.W. 38°54′15.1″N 77°3′33.9″W / 38.904194°N 77.059417°W / 38.904194; -77.059417 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[34]
Whooping Cranes Kent Ullberg 1988 National Wildlife Federation 38°54′32.4″N 77°2′15.3″W / 38.909000°N 77.037583°W / 38.909000; -77.037583 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[35]
Salamander Finial Raymond Kaskey 1985 Christian Heurich Mansion 38°54′28.8″N 77°2′41.0″W / 38.908000°N 77.044722°W / 38.908000; -77.044722 Hammered copper Approx. H. 7 ft. W. 3 ft. Heurich House Foundation[36]
Sarah Louisa Rittenhouse Memorial Unknown 1956 Montrose Park 38°54′47.1″N 77°3′40.0″W / 38.913083°N 77.061111°W / 38.913083; -77.061111 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 30 × 22 × 29 in.; Base: approx. 50 in × 2 ft. × 2 ft. United States Department of the Interior[37]
General Artemas Ward Leonard Crunelle 1938 Ward Circle 38°56′16.5″N 77°5′9.3″W / 38.937917°N 77.085917°W / 38.937917; -77.085917 Bronze Sculpture: approx. 10 × 5 × 4 ft.; Base: approx. 10 × 5 × 4 ft. United States Department of the Interior[38] Artemas Ward statue Ward Circle color.png
St. Stephen Martyr Felix de Weldon 1961 Church of St. Stephen Martyr 38°54′11.9″N 77°3′10.4″W / 38.903306°N 77.052889°W / 38.903306; -77.052889 Polychrome Porcelain & Concrete Sculpture: approx. H. 10 ft.; Base: approx. W. 4 ft. 8 in. Church of St. Stephen Martyr[39]
North America Gutzon Borglum 1910 Organization of American States 38°53′34.7″N 77°2′24.1″W / 38.892972°N 77.040028°W / 38.892972; -77.040028 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[40] North america sculpture.jpg
North American Eagle Solon Borglum 1910 Organization of American States 38°53′34.7″N 77°2′24.1″W / 38.892972°N 77.040028°W / 38.892972; -77.040028 Marble Sculpture: approx. W. 3 ft. Organization of American States[41]
South America Isidore Konti 1910 Organization of American States 38°53′33.9″N 77°2′24.1″W / 38.892750°N 77.040028°W / 38.892750; -77.040028 Marble Sculpture: approx. 10 ft. × 76 in. × 4 ft.; Base: approx. 11 ft. 10 in. × 214 in. × 4 ft. Organization of American States[42]
South American Condor Isidore Konti 1910 Organization of American States 38°53′33.9″N 77°2′24.1″W / 38.892750°N 77.040028°W / 38.892750; -77.040028 Marble Sculpture: approx. H. 3 ft. Organization of American States[43] South american condor.jpg
The Meeting of Bolivar and San Martin Isidore Konti 1910 Organization of American States 38°53′33.9″N 77°2′24.1″W / 38.892750°N 77.040028°W / 38.892750; -77.040028 Marble Relief: approx. H. 4 ft. × W. 6 ft. Organization of American States[44] Meeting of Bolivar and San Martin DC.jpg
Washington's Farewell to His Generals Gutzon Borglum 1910 Organization of American States 38°53′34.7″N 77°2′24.1″W / 38.892972°N 77.040028°W / 38.892972; -77.040028 Marble Relief: approx. H. 4 ft. × W. 6 ft. Organization of American States[45]
Xochipilli, Aztec God of Flowers Unknown 1911 Organization of American States 38°53′34.3″N 77°2′28.8″W / 38.892861°N 77.041333°W / 38.892861; -77.041333 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[46] Xochipilli-statue.jpg
Cordell Hull Bryant Baker 1943 Organization of American States 38°53′33.3″N 77°2′27.4″W / 38.892583°N 77.040944°W / 38.892583; -77.040944 Bronze Sculpture: approx. 33 × 25 × 13 in.; Base: approx. 51 × 27 × 27 in. Organization of American States[47]
The Prophet Daniel Aleijadinho 1962 Organization of American States 38°53′36.2″N 77°2′23.9″W / 38.893389°N 77.039972°W / 38.893389; -77.039972 Concrete Sculpture: 8 ft. 31 in. × 33 in.; Base: approx. 2½ ft. × 30 in. c 27 in. Organization of American States[48]
Queen Isabella (1451–1504) José Luis Sánchez 1966 Organization of American States 38°53′34.3″N 77°2′22.8″W / 38.892861°N 77.039667°W / 38.892861; -77.039667 Bronze Approx. H. 12 ft.; Base: 40 × 40 in. (900 lbs.). Organization of American States[49][50]
José Cecilio del Valle Juan José Sicre 1967 Organization of American States 38°53′35.4″N 77°2′27.4″W / 38.893167°N 77.040944°W / 38.893167; -77.040944 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 25 × 20 × 13 in.; Base: approx. 63 × 22½ × 17½ in. Organization of American States[51]
Rubén Darío Juan José Sicre 1967 Organization of American States 38°53′33.5″N 77°2′25.3″W / 38.892639°N 77.040361°W / 38.892639; -77.040361 Bronze & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 44 × 64 × 24½ in.; Base: approx. 30½ × 60 × 15 in. Organization of American States[52]
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Beatriz Caso 1975 Organization of American States 38°53′32.6″N 77°2′26.4″W / 38.892389°N 77.040667°W / 38.892389; -77.040667 Bronze & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 48 × 43½ × 35 in.; Base: approx. 32 × 50 × 38 in. Organization of American States[53]
Rómulo Gallegos Juan Jose Sicre Cast 1979 Organization of American States 38°53′33.2″N 77°2′24.7″W / 38.892556°N 77.040194°W / 38.892556; -77.040194 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 14 × 8½ × 11 in.; Base: approx. 4 ft. 10 in. × 2 ft. × 2 ft. Organization of American States[54]
Duality Salvador Manzano 1980 Organization of American States 38°53′32.6″N 77°2′26.6″W / 38.892389°N 77.040722°W / 38.892389; -77.040722 Painted Metal Sculpture: approx. 56 × 39¾ × 65 in. Organization of American States[55]
Gabriela Mistral Galvarino Ponce 1980 Organization of American States 38°53′33.2″N 77°2′25.7″W / 38.892556°N 77.040472°W / 38.892556; -77.040472 Lead & Granite Sculpture: approx. 27½ × 22 × 13 in.; Base: approx. 43 × 24 × 24 in. Organization of American States[56]
Pablo Neruda Galvarino Ponce 1980 Organization of American States 38°53′33.2″N 77°2′26.0″W / 38.892556°N 77.040556°W / 38.892556; -77.040556 Lead & Granite Sculpture: approx. 30 × 24 × 16 in.; Base: approx. 52¼ × 24 × 24 in. Organization of American States[57]
Presence on the Path Beatriz Blanco 1982 Organization of American States 38°53′32.8″N 77°2′26.7″W / 38.892444°N 77.040750°W / 38.892444; -77.040750 Cor-Ten Steel Sculpture: approx. 77¾ × 48 × 27½ in.; Steel plate base: D. 38 in. Diam 48 in. Organization of American States[58]
Simon Bolivar, Libertador Emile Antoine Bourdelle 1984 Organization of American States 38°53′34.3″N 77°2′26.7″W / 38.892861°N 77.040750°W / 38.892861; -77.040750 Bronze Sculpture: approx. 3 × 1½ × 3½ ft.; Base: approx. 4½ × 3 × 4 ft. Organization of American States[59]
Teresa de la Parra M. de la Fujite 1989 Organization of American States 38°53′33.2″N 77°2′24.9″W / 38.892556°N 77.040250°W / 38.892556; -77.040250 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 22 × 15 × 11 in.; Base: approx. 49½ × 24½ × 24½ in. Organization of American States[60]
Inuksuk Peter Irniq 2010 Organization of American States 38°53′32.7″N 77°2′24.6″W / 38.892417°N 77.040167°W / 38.892417; -77.040167 Organization of American States[61]
Angel de la Paz José Toledo Ordoñez 2014 Organization of American States 38°53′33.1″N 77°2′27.4″W / 38.892528°N 77.040944°W / 38.892528; -77.040944 Organization of American States[61]
La Niña John Castles 2000 Organization of American States, Administration Building 38°53′33.0″N 77°2′31.2″W / 38.892500°N 77.042000°W / 38.892500; -77.042000 Steel Organization of American States
The Founders of the Daughters of the American Revolution Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney ca. 1928 Daughters of the American Revolution Museum 38°53′37.4″N 77°2′25.8″W / 38.893722°N 77.040500°W / 38.893722; -77.040500 Marble Figure: approx. H. 9 ft; Stele: approx. H. 5 ft. 9 in. × 18 ft. × 5 ft. 5 in. Daughters of the American Revolution[62] 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[63]
Rubens Renato Lucchetti 1974 Renwick Gallery facade 38°53′57.18″N 77°2′21.5″W / 38.8992167°N 77.039306°W / 38.8992167; -77.039306 Marble Dust Conglomerate H. 7 ft. Smithsonian American Art Museum[64]
Indian Heads Alexander Phimister Proctor 1914 Dumbarton Bridge 38°54′39.0″N 77°3′4.0″W / 38.910833°N 77.051111°W / 38.910833; -77.051111 Sandstone Department of Public Works[65]
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[66] Discus Thrower - Washington, D.C. - 1.JPG
Admiral David G. Farragut (Ream statue) 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[67] Admiral David Farragut Statue.jpg
Eagle Pediment and Neoclassical Relief Panels Ulysses Ricci 1929 DAR Constitution Hall 38°53′38.2″N 77°2′29.5″W / 38.893944°N 77.041528°W / 38.893944; -77.041528 Limestone Eagle: larger than life-size. Each relief panel: H. 4 ft. × W. 8 ft. Daughters of the American Revolution[68] Constitution Hall.jpg
Balinese Demons Unknown ca. 1870 Indonesian Embassy 38°54′37.3″N 77°2′46.4″W / 38.910361°N 77.046222°W / 38.910361; -77.046222 Volcanic rock 2 pieces. Each sculpture: approx. H. 5 ft. Diam. 3 ft. Indonesian Embassy[69]
Lieutenant General George Washington Clark Mills 1860 Washington Circle 38°54′9.1″N 77°3′0.4″W / 38.902528°N 77.050111°W / 38.902528; -77.050111 Bronze & Marble Sculpture: approx. 9 × 14 × 6 ft.; Base: approx. 9 ft. 8 in. × 15 ft. × 8 ft. National Park Service[70] Clark-Mills-George-Washington-Detail.jpg
Transportation John Gregory 1937 Eccles Building 38°53′36.2″N 77°2′44.7″W / 38.893389°N 77.045750°W / 38.893389; -77.045750 Marble Approx. H. 10 ft. Federal Reserve Board[71]
Law John Gregory 1937 Eccles Building 38°53′36.2″N 77°2′45.1″W / 38.893389°N 77.045861°W / 38.893389; -77.045861 Marble Approx. H. 10 ft. Federal Reserve Board[72]
Eagle on the Federal Reserve Board Building Sidney Waugh 1937 Eccles Building 38°53′33.8″N 77°2′44.9″W / 38.892722°N 77.045806°W / 38.892722; -77.045806 Marble Sculpture: 6 ft. 11 in. × 6 ft. 1 in. × 6 ft. 8 in. Federal Reserve Board[73] Eagle statue - Eccles Building.jpg
Andrew Jackson Downing Robert Eberhard Launitz 1856 Enid A. Haupt Garden, Smithsonian Institution 38°53′18.2″N 77°1′31.5″W / 38.888389°N 77.025417°W / 38.888389; -77.025417 Marble Urn: approx. H. 4 ft. Diam 2 ft.; Base: approx. H. 4 ft. 9 in. W. 3 ft. Smithsonian Institution[74] Andrew Jackson Downing urn.jpg
Elephants Unknown ca. 1955 Embassy of India Chancellery, 2536 Massachusetts Ave. NW 38°54′58.0″N 77°3′23.3″W / 38.916111°N 77.056472°W / 38.916111; -77.056472 Marble & Stone Sculpture: approx. 36 × 24 × 72 in.; Base: approx. 8 × 27 × 18 in. Embassy of India, Washington, D.C.[75]
American Wildlife Lumen Martin Winter 1961 1412 16th St. NW 38°54′31.6″N 77°2′12.5″W / 38.908778°N 77.036806°W / 38.908778; -77.036806 Marble 13 reliefs. Each: approx. H. 12 ft. W. 4 ft. Unknown[76]
The Progress of Science Lee Lawrie 1923 United States National Academy of Sciences 38°53′34.0″N 77°2′52.0″W / 38.892778°N 77.047778°W / 38.892778; -77.047778 Bronze 6 reliefs. Each relief: approx. H. 5 ft. W. 10 ft. United States National Academy of Sciences[77]
Wisdom and Observation Lee Lawrie 1923 United States National Academy of Sciences 38°53′34.0″N 77°2′52.0″W / 38.892778°N 77.047778°W / 38.892778; -77.047778 Copper Cornice sculpture: approx. H. 4 ft. United States National Academy of Sciences[78]
National Association of Broadcasters Fountain Loren Sage 1969 National Association of Broadcasters 38°54′26.6″N 77°2′29.2″W / 38.907389°N 77.041444°W / 38.907389; -77.041444 Stone & Pebbles Fountain: approx. 6 × 15 × 7 ft. National Association of Broadcasters[79]
The Griffin John Dreyfuss 1986 Griffin Condominiums, 955 26th St. NW 38°54′8.0″N 77°3′16.6″W / 38.902222°N 77.054611°W / 38.902222; -77.054611 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 [80]
Untitled Albert Paley 1981 901 26th St. NW 38°54′3.5″N 77°3′16.6″W / 38.900972°N 77.054611°W / 38.900972; -77.054611 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[81]
(Massachusetts Avenue Abstract) John Van Alstine 1986 2358 Massachusetts Ave. NW 38°54′8.0″N 77°3′16.6″W / 38.902222°N 77.054611°W / 38.902222; -77.054611 Limestone & Steel Approx. 8 ft. 5 in. × 2 ft. 4 in. × 5 in. Patricia Baumann & John Bryant[82]
Expanding Universe Marshall Fredericks 1963 United States State Department 38°54′47.1″N 77°3′8.1″W / 38.913083°N 77.052250°W / 38.913083; -77.052250 Cast Bronze, Nickel Alloys, Glass Mosaic & Granite 26 × 10 ft. General Services Administration[83]
Spatial Concept: Nature Lucio Fontana 1959–1960

Cast 1965

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′18.6″N 77°1′24.0″W / 38.888500°N 77.023333°W / 38.888500; -77.023333 Bronze 5 spheres. Height ranges from 29 to 36⅝. Diam. ranges from 35 to 43⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[84][85][85][85][86][87]
Horse and Rider Marino Marini (sculptor) 1952–1953 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′21.0″N 77°1′22.6″W / 38.889167°N 77.022944°W / 38.889167; -77.022944 Bronze 82 1/4 X 47 X 77 3/4 IN Smithsonian Institution[88]
Are Years What? (for Marianne Moore) Mark di Suvero 1967 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.2″N 77°1′24.4″W / 38.888944°N 77.023444°W / 38.888944; -77.023444 Painted steel 480 × 480 × 360 in. Smithsonian Institution[89]
Antipodes James Sanborn 1997 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′16.7″N 77°1′21.6″W / 38.887972°N 77.022667°W / 38.887972; -77.022667 Copper & Petrified wood approx. 96 × 75 × 26 in. Smithsonian Institution[90]
Figure Jacques Lipchitz 1926–1930

Cast 1958–1961

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′21.0″N 77°1′24.8″W / 38.889167°N 77.023556°W / 38.889167; -77.023556 Bronze 85⅜ × 38½ × 29¼ IN. Smithsonian Institution[91] Figure by Lipchitz.jpg
Sunset Song Susan Philipsz 2003 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.6″N 77°1′24.5″W / 38.889056°N 77.023472°W / 38.889056; -77.023472 Sound installation Smithsonian Institution[92]
For Gordon Bunshaft Dan Graham 2006

Fabricated 2007–2008

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.3″N 77°1′22.5″W / 38.888972°N 77.022917°W / 38.888972; -77.022917 Two-way mirror, Stainless steel, wood, & stone 92⅛ × 196¼ × 196⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[93]
Wish Tree for Washington, DC Yoko Ono 2007 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Live tree with mixed media Dimensions variable Smithsonian Institution[94]
Brushstroke Roy Lichtenstein 1996

Cast 2002–2003

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′18.9″N 77°1′22.8″W / 38.888583°N 77.023000°W / 38.888583; -77.023000 Painted aluminum 32¼ × 21½ × 6 ft. Smithsonian Institution[95] Hirshhorn Museum - National Archives Building.JPG
Sky Hooks Alexander Calder ca. 1962 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.2″N 77°1′22.8″W / 38.888944°N 77.023000°W / 38.888944; -77.023000 Painted steel 103 × 83 × 92 in. Smithsonian Institution[96]
Kiepenkerl Jeff Koons 1987 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′19.8″N 77°1′22.9″W / 38.888833°N 77.023028°W / 38.888833; -77.023028 Stainless steel 72¾ × 31½ × 32¼ in. Smithsonian Institution[97] Kiepenkerl by Jeff Koons.JPG
Sphere No. 6 Arnaldo Pomodoro 1966 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.1″N 77°1′23.7″W / 38.888917°N 77.023250°W / 38.888917; -77.023250 Bronze 45 × 46½ × 47⅝ in. Smithsonian Institution[98]
Young Girl on a Chair Giacomo Manzu 1955 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′21.0″N 77°1′22.1″W / 38.889167°N 77.022806°W / 38.889167; -77.022806 Bronze 45 × 23⅜ × 43¾ in. Smithsonian Institution[99][100]
Self-Portrait with Model at Bergamo Giacomo Manzu 1942

Cast 1960

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.5″N 77°1′20.4″W / 38.889028°N 77.022333°W / 38.889028; -77.022333 Bronze 52¼ × 38⅝ × 10⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[101][102]
Two-Piece Reclining Figure: Points Henry Moore 1969–1970

Cast 1973

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.6″N 77°1′20.1″W / 38.889056°N 77.022250°W / 38.889056; -77.022250 Bronze 89⅜ × 147⅛ × 72⅞ in. Smithsonian Institution[103][104]
Three-Piece No. 3: Vertebrae (Working Model) Henry Moore 1968

Cast 1969

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′21.0″N 77°1′23.1″W / 38.889167°N 77.023083°W / 38.889167; -77.023083 Bronze 40¾ × 93 × 48 in. Smithsonian Institution[105][106] Henry Moore 002.jpg
Evocation of a Form: Human, Lunar, Spectral Jean Arp 1950

Cast 1957

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.1″N 77°1′23.2″W / 38.888917°N 77.023111°W / 38.888917; -77.023111 Bronze 45½ × 32⅜ × 33½ in. Smithsonian Institution[107][108] Evocation of a Form Human Lunar Spectral.jpg
Lunar Bird Joan Miró 1944–1946 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.8″N 77°1′24.5″W / 38.889111°N 77.023472°W / 38.889111; -77.023472 Bronze 89⅜ × 88½ × 58¼ in. Smithsonian Institution[109][110] Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden -- May 2005 -- 011.jpg
Seated Yucatan Woman Francisco Zúñiga 1973 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.9″N 77°1′21.5″W / 38.889139°N 77.022639°W / 38.889139; -77.022639 Bronze 41½ × 35⅜ × 44⅞ in. Smithsonian Institution[111][112]
Clamdigger Willem de Kooning 1972

Cast 1976

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.9″N 77°1′21.9″W / 38.889139°N 77.022750°W / 38.889139; -77.022750 Bronze 59½ × 29⅝ × 23¾ in. Smithsonian Institution[113][114]
Seated Woman on a Bench Willem de Kooning 1972

Cast 1976

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.9″N 77°1′22.4″W / 38.889139°N 77.022889°W / 38.889139; -77.022889 Bronze 37¾ × 36 × 34⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[115][116] De Kooning sculpture.jpg
Crouching Woman Auguste Rodin 1880–1882

Cast 1962

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 37½ × 27⅝ × 24¼ in. Smithsonian Institution[117] Auguste Rodin 001.jpg
Post-Balzac Judith Shea 1991 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′19.9″N 77°1′23.9″W / 38.888861°N 77.023306°W / 38.888861; -77.023306 Bronze 98½ × 28½ × 28½ in. Smithsonian Institution[118]
The Drummer Barry Flanagan 1990 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.2″N 77°1′21.4″W / 38.888944°N 77.022611°W / 38.888944; -77.022611 Bronze 96 × 68 × 36 in. Smithsonian Institution[119]
Eros, Inside Eros Arman 1986 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.1″N 77°1′23.4″W / 38.888917°N 77.023167°W / 38.888917; -77.023167 Bronze 33⅝ × 17¼ × 20⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[120]
Three-Piece Reclining Figure No. 2: Bridge Prop Henry Moore 1964 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.5″N 77°1′23.2″W / 38.889028°N 77.023111°W / 38.889028; -77.023111 Bronze 49½ × 78½ × 58½ in. Smithsonian Institution[121]
Upright Motive No. 1: Glenkiln Cross Henry Moore 1956 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.1″N 77°1′20.0″W / 38.888917°N 77.022222°W / 38.888917; -77.022222 Bronze 131⅜ × 38⅜ × 36 in. Smithsonian Institution[122]
Seated Woman Henry Moore 1957 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.2″N 77°1′22.1″W / 38.888944°N 77.022806°W / 38.888944; -77.022806 Bronze 62 × 56¼ × 41⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[123]
Draped Reclining Figure Henry Moore 1956 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.6″N 77°1′22.1″W / 38.889056°N 77.022806°W / 38.889056; -77.022806 Bronze 40⅞ × 66⅝ × 34⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[124]
Nymph (Central Figure for "The Three Graces") Aristide Maillol 1953 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 60⅞ × 24½ × 18¾ in Smithsonian Institution[125] Nymph Central Figure forThe Three Nymphs.jpg
Needle Tower Kenneth Snelson 1968 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′16.4″N 77°1′21.0″W / 38.887889°N 77.022500°W / 38.887889; -77.022500 Stainless steel & Aluminum 720 × 243½ × 213⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[126]
Cubi XII David Smith 1963 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.5″N 77°1′25.1″W / 38.889028°N 77.023639°W / 38.889028; -77.023639 Stainless steel 109½ × 49 × 26 in. Smithsonian Institution[127]
Agricola I David Smith 1952 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Painted steel 73¾ × 54¾ × 23¾ in. Smithsonian Institution[128]
Geometric Mouse, Variation I, Scale A Claes Oldenburg 1971 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′18.6″N 77°1′21.1″W / 38.888500°N 77.022528°W / 38.888500; -77.022528 Painted steel & Aluminum 106¼ × 143⅜ × 94⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[129]
Pittsburgh Landscape David Smith 1954 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.8″N 77°1′24.2″W / 38.889111°N 77.023389°W / 38.889111; -77.023389 Stainless steel & Bronze 30 × 116 × 5 in. Smithsonian Institution[130]
The Great Warrior of Montauban Antoine Bourdelle 1900/1956 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Bronze 73¼ × 62 × 24⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[131] 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[132][133][134][135]
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[136] Monument to Balzac.jpg
Last Conversation Piece Juan Muñoz 1995 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′16.4″N 77°1′24.1″W / 38.887889°N 77.023361°W / 38.887889; -77.023361 Bronze 3 pieces. Installation, overall: 66½ × 244¾ × 321⅛ in. Smithsonian Institution[137][138]
Subcommittee Tony Cragg 1991 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′17.5″N 77°1′24.5″W / 38.888194°N 77.023472°W / 38.888194; -77.023472 Steel 100½ × 74¼ × 64½ in. Smithsonian Institution[139][140]
Throwback Tony Smith 1979 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Painted Aluminum 81¼ × 155⅞ × 95⅝ in. Smithsonian Institution[141][142]
Voltri XV David Smith 1962 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.3″N 77°1′23.9″W / 38.888972°N 77.023306°W / 38.888972; -77.023306

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[143][144] Voltri XV.jpg
Monumental Head Alberto Giacometti 1960 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.2″N 77°1′21.1″W / 38.888944°N 77.022528°W / 38.888944; -77.022528 Bronze 37 × 11¾ × 14¾ in. Smithsonian Institution[145][146]
Untitled Ellsworth Kelly 1986 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Stainless Steel 75 × 30 × 107 in. Smithsonian Institution[147][148]
Monsoon Drift Anthony Caro 1975 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.9″N 77°1′25.1″W / 38.889139°N 77.023639°W / 38.889139; -77.023639 Stainless Steel 123¼ × 207 × 41 in. Smithsonian Institution[149][150]
Figure for Landscape Barbara Hepworth 1965 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′21.1″N 77°1′20.1″W / 38.889194°N 77.022250°W / 38.889194; -77.022250 Bronze 106½ × 53⅞ × 28⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[151][152]
Angola II Isaac Witkin 1968 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 38°53′20.0″N 77°1′25.1″W / 38.888889°N 77.023639°W / 38.888889; -77.023639 Steel 102½ x 100 x 45⅜ in. Smithsonian Institution[153]
Crown Princess Märtha Kirsten Kokkin Norwegian Embassy 38°55′28.2″N 77°3′0.0″W / 38.924500°N 77.050000°W / 38.924500; -77.050000 Bronze Princess Märtha of Sweden.jpg
DuPont Circle Fountain Daniel Chester French 1920 Dupont Circle 38°54′34.7″N 77°2′36.4″W / 38.909639°N 77.043444°W / 38.909639; -77.043444 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[154] Dupont-HDR.jpg
Second Division Memorial James Earle Fraser 1936 President's Park 38°53′33.3″N 77°2′16.7″W / 38.892583°N 77.037972°W / 38.892583; -77.037972 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[155] 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′45.6″N 77°2′03.5″W / 38.896000°N 77.034306°W / 38.896000; -77.034306 Bronze & Granite Overall: approx. H. 42 ft.; Equestrian figure: approx. H. 14 ft. United States Department of the Interior[156] 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[157] 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[158] Comte de Rochambeau statue DC.JPG
Andrew Jackson Clark Mills 1852 Lafayette Park 38°53′58.3″N 77°2′11.6″W / 38.899528°N 77.036556°W / 38.899528; -77.036556 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 9 ft. W. 12 ft.; Base: approx. 18 × 16.5 × 9.75 ft. United States Department of the Interior[159] 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[160] General von Steuben statue DC.JPG
Major General Marquis Gilbert de Lafayette Alexandre Falguière 1890 Lafayette Park 38°53′56.5″N 77°2′7.4″W / 38.899028°N 77.035389°W / 38.899028; -77.035389 Bronze, Marble Sculpture: approx. 10 × 4 × 4 ft.; Base: approx. 15 × 20 × 20 ft. United States Department of the Interior[161] Lafayette-front.JPG
The Three Soldiers Frederick Hart 1984 Constitution Gardens 38°53′26.0″N 77°2′53.4″W / 38.890556°N 77.048167°W / 38.890556; -77.048167 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 8 × 5 × 3 ft.: Base: approx. 2.5 × 12 × 8 ft. United States Department of the Interior[162]
Vietnam Women's Memorial Glenna Goodacre 1993 Constitution Gardens 38°53′26.2″N 77°2′49.1″W / 38.890611°N 77.046972°W / 38.890611; -77.046972 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 80 × 95 × 70 in.; Base: approx. H. 8 × Diam. 116 in. United States Department of the Interior[163]
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Maya Lin 1982 Constitution Gardens 38°53′26.2″N 77°2′49.1″W / 38.890611°N 77.046972°W / 38.890611; -77.046972 Granite Each wall: approx. H. 10 ft. 1 in. × L. 246.75 ft. United States Department of the Interior[164] Vietnam veterans wall satellite image.jpg
Memorial to the 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence Joseph Brown 1976 Constitution Gardens 38°53′27.9″N 77°2′34.4″W / 38.891083°N 77.042889°W / 38.891083; -77.042889 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[165]
Major General George B. McClellan Frederick William MacMonnies 1907 Connecticut Ave. & Columbia Rd. NW 38°55′0.1″N 77°2′47.4″W / 38.916694°N 77.046500°W / 38.916694; -77.046500 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: 13 ft. 6 in.; Pedestal: 18 × 9½ ft.; Base: 44 × 30 ft. United States Department of the Interior[166] 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[167] 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[168] Zeropost-1923.jpg
First Division Memorial Daniel Chester French 1924 The Ellipse 38°53′46.2″N 77°2′19.3″W / 38.896167°N 77.038694°W / 38.896167; -77.038694 Bronze & Granite Overall: approx. H. 80 ft.; Figure of Victory: approx. H. 15 ft. United States Department of the Interior[169] First Division Monument Front 1.jpg
Robert Emmet Jerome Connor 1916 Massachusetts Ave. & 24th St. NW 38°54′50.1″N 77°3′9.9″W / 38.913917°N 77.052750°W / 38.913917; -77.052750 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 82 × 38 × 23 in.; Base: approx. 5 × 4 × 4 ft. Smithsonian American Art Museum[170] Robert Emmet.JPG
Major General George Henry Thomas John Quincy Adams Ward 1879 Thomas Circle 38°54′20.4″N 77°1′55.0″W / 38.905667°N 77.031944°W / 38.905667; -77.031944 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[171] West side of the George Henry Thomas statue.JPG
Commodore John Barry John Boyle 1913 Franklin Park 38°54′07.0″N 77°1′54.1″W / 38.901944°N 77.031694°W / 38.901944; -77.031694 Bronze, Marble, Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 6 ft.; Base: approx. H. 8 ft. D. 4 ft. United States Department of the Interior[172] Barry statue.JPG
Daniel Webster Gaetano Trentanove 1898 Scott Circle 38°54′26.1″N 77°2′14.3″W / 38.907250°N 77.037306°W / 38.907250; -77.037306 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 7 × 4 × 3 ft.; Base: approx. 17 × 14 × 14 ft. United States Department of the Interior[173] Daniel Webster Monument.jpg
Brevet Lt. General Winfield Scott Henry Kirke Brown 1874 Scott Circle 38°54′26.1″N 77°2′11.5″W / 38.907250°N 77.036528°W / 38.907250; -77.036528 Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 15 × 10 × 10 ft.; Base: approx. 2 × 24 × 30 ft. United States Department of the Interior[174] General Winfield Scott statue (45726769).jpg
Samuel Hahnemann Monument Charles Henry Niehaus 1896 Scott Circle 38°54′26.1″N 77°2′8.6″W / 38.907250°N 77.035722°W / 38.907250; -77.035722 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[175] Hahnemann Memorial at Scott Circle.jpg
General Philip Sheridan Gutzon Borglum 1908 Sheridan Circle 38°54′43.8″N 77°3′2.4″W / 38.912167°N 77.050667°W / 38.912167; -77.050667 Bronze Sculpture: approx. 10 × 12 ft. × 5 ft.; Base: approx. 3 × 37 × 4 ft. United States Department of the Interior[176] General Philip Sheridan Memorial - Rienzi.JPG
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow William Couper, Thomas Ball 1908 Triangle at Connecticut Ave., M St., & 18th St. NW 38°54′21.1″N 77°2′29.4″W / 38.905861°N 77.041500°W / 38.905861; -77.041500 Bronze Sculpture: approx. 5 ft. × 39 in. × 56 in.; Base: approx. 4 in. × 39 in. × 56 in. United States Department of the Interior[177] Longfellow statue2.JPG
Doctor John Witherspoon William Couper 1909 Connecticut Ave. & N St. NW 38°54′25.8″N 77°2′30.4″W / 38.907167°N 77.041778°W / 38.907167; -77.041778 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[178] John Witherspoon statue DC.JPG
Butt-Millet Memorial Fountain Thomas Hastings, Daniel Chester French 1913 The Ellipse 38°53′43.0″N 77°2′14.8″W / 38.895278°N 77.037444°W / 38.895278; -77.037444 Marble Sculpture: approx. H. 130 in. Diam. 97 in.; Base: approx. H. 12 ft. Diam. 16 ft. United States Department of the Interior[179] Butt-Millet Memorial Fountain - Presidents Park - Washington DC - 2012-05-16.jpg
Australian Seal Thomas Bass 1969 Embassy of Australia 38°54′27.7″N 77°2′12.9″W / 38.907694°N 77.036917°W / 38.907694; -77.036917 Bronze Sculpture: approx. 8 × 5 × 2 ft. Embassy of Australia[180]
General Jose Gervasio Artigas Juan Manuel Blanes 1940s Constitution Ave. & 18th St. NW 38°53′32.4″N 77°2′29.4″W / 38.892333°N 77.041500°W / 38.892333; -77.041500 Bronze Sculpture: approx. 9 ft. × 63 in. × 65 in.; Base: approx. 58 × 50 × 50 in. United States Department of the Interior[181] Estatua de Artigas en Washington DC - José Luis Zorrilla de San Martín (2).jpg
Japanese Pagoda Unknown 17th century West Potomac Park 38°52′57.3″N 77°2′28.4″W / 38.882583°N 77.041222°W / 38.882583; -77.041222 Granite & Concrete Sculpture: overall approx. H. 8 ft. W. 4 ft. (3,800 lbs.). United States Department of the Interior[182] Japanese pagoda tidal basin.jpg
Japanese Lantern Unknown 1651 West Potomac Park 38°52′59.1″N 77°2′29.4″W / 38.883083°N 77.041500°W / 38.883083; -77.041500 Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 10 ft. Diam 2 ft.; Base: approx. H. 5 ft. United States Department of the Interior[183] Japanese lantern.jpg
District of Columbia War Memorial Frederick H. Brooke 1931 West Potomac Park 38°53′15.4″N 77°2′36.6″W / 38.887611°N 77.043500°W / 38.887611; -77.043500 Bronze H. 47 ft. × Diam 44 ft. United States Department of the Interior[184] Dc war memorial.jpg
Wedlock Barry Johnston Lafayette Center, 1120 20th St. NW 38°54′16.3″N 77°2′42.4″W / 38.904528°N 77.045111°W / 38.904528; -77.045111 Bronze Lafayette Center[185]
Albert Einstein Memorial Robert Berks 1979 National Academy of the Sciences 38°53′32.8″N 77°2′54.4″W / 38.892444°N 77.048444°W / 38.892444; -77.048444 Bronze National Academy of the Sciences[186] AlbertEinsteinStatue-InIsraelAcademyOfSciencesAndHumanities-ByRobertBerks.JPG
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Paul Manship, Eric Gugler 1967 Roosevelt Island 38°53′50.7″N 77°3′50.2″W / 38.897417°N 77.063944°W / 38.897417; -77.063944

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[187] TeddyRoosevelt.JPG
American Pharmaceutical Association Reliefs Ulysses Ricci 1934 American Institute of Pharmacy Building 38°53′33.9″N 77°2′58.1″W / 38.892750°N 77.049472°W / 38.892750; -77.049472 Vermont marble American Pharmacists Association[188]
The Arts of Peace: Aspiration and Literature James Earle Fraser 1950 Rock Creek Parkway 38°53′24.2″N 77°3′7.4″W / 38.890056°N 77.052056°W / 38.890056; -77.052056 Gilded bronze Sculpture: approx. 17 × 12 × 17 ft.; Base: approx. 18 × 15 × 18 ft. (13 tons). United States Department of the Interior[189]
The Arts of Peace: Music and Harvest James Earle Fraser 1950 Rock Creek Parkway 38°53′23.3″N 77°3′7.9″W / 38.889806°N 77.052194°W / 38.889806; -77.052194 Gilded bronze Sculpture: approx. 17 × 12 × 17 ft.; Base: approx. 18 × 15 × 18 ft. (13 tons). United States Department of the Interior[190]
The Arts of War: Sacrifice Leo Friedlander 1950 Arlington Memorial Bridge 38°53′19.4″N 77°3′7.7″W / 38.888722°N 77.052139°W / 38.888722; -77.052139 Gilded bronze Sculpture: approx. 17 × 12 × 17 ft.; Base: approx. 18 × 15 × 18 ft. United States Department of the Interior[191] Friedlander ArtsofWar.jpg
The Arts of War: Valor Leo Friedlander 1950 Arlington Memorial Bridge 38°53′18.5″N 77°3′7.2″W / 38.888472°N 77.052000°W / 38.888472; -77.052000 Gilded bronze Sculpture: approx. 17 × 12 × 17 ft.; Base: approx. 18 × 15 × 18 ft. United States Department of the Interior[192] Friedlander Valor.jpg
Electricity, Fidelity, Steam Guido Butti 1856 701 E St. NW 38°53′48.1″N 77°1′22.1″W / 38.896694°N 77.022806°W / 38.896694; -77.022806 Marble Hotel Monaco?[193] Electricity fidelity stream dc.jpg
Masonic Sphinxes: Power and Wisdom Adolph Alexander Weinman 1915 Supreme Council 33 – Scottish Rite of Freemasonry 38°54′49.3″N 77°2′10.2″W / 38.913694°N 77.036167°W / 38.913694; -77.036167 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[194] Weinman-Sphinx-WashingtonDC.jpg
War Richard von Ezdorf 1884 Old Executive Office Building 38°53′53.6″N 77°2′19.4″W / 38.898222°N 77.038722°W / 38.898222; -77.038722 Iron Pediment: approx. H. 8 ft. W. 30 ft. United States Department of the Interior[195] War Old Executive Office Building.jpg
The Light of Knowledge Philip Martiny 1903 Historical Society of Washington 38°54′8.9″N 77°1′22.6″W / 38.902472°N 77.022944°W / 38.902472; -77.022944 Marble Approx. H. 4 ft. W. 6 ft. Historical Society of Washington[196] The Light of Knowledge by Philip Martiny (1903) Control IAS 76007142.jpg
George Washington Jean Antoine Houdon 1932 George Washington University Campus, University Yard 38°53′57.8″N 77°2′44.8″W / 38.899389°N 77.045778°W / 38.899389; -77.045778 Bronze Sculpture: approx.6 ft. 8 in. × 32.5 in. × 30 in.; Base: approx.46 × 48.5 × 42 in. George Washington University[197] Statue of George Washington in University Yard, George Washington University.jpg
George Washington Avard Fairbanks 1975 George Washington University Campus 38°54′2.5″N 77°3′1.2″W / 38.900694°N 77.050333°W / 38.900694; -77.050333 Bronze Sculpture: approx. 46 × 32 × 27 in.; Base: approx. 68 × 42½ × 33 in. George Washington University[197] GWU bust.jpg
Benjamin Rush (1745–1813) Roland Hinton Perry 1904 Surgeon General of the United States Navy 38°53′43.3″N 77°3′5.2″W / 38.895361°N 77.051444°W / 38.895361; -77.051444 Bronze Overall: H. 14 ft. Surgeon General of the United States Navy[198] PSM V65 D478 Washington monument to benjamin rush.png
Professor Joseph Henry William Wetmore Story 1882 Smithsonian Institution Building 38°53′21.0″N 77°1′33.6″W / 38.889167°N 77.026000°W / 38.889167; -77.026000 Bronze H. 9 ft. Smithsonian Institution[199] 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[200] John Ericsson Memorial detail.jpg
Canova Lions Antonio Canova 1860 Corcoran Gallery of Art 38°53′45.0″N 77°2′22.6″W / 38.895833°N 77.039611°W / 38.895833; -77.039611 Bronze 2 lions. Each lion: approx. 43 × 31½ × 90½ feet; Each base: approx. 10¾ × 27¾ × 81½ in. Corcoran Gallery of Art[201] Corcoran gallery entrance.jpg
Braque Bird Pierre Bourdelle 1960 The Phillips Collection 38°54′42.6″N 77°2′48.4″W / 38.911833°N 77.046778°W / 38.911833; -77.046778 Marble Sculpture: approx. H. 3 ft. L. 7½ ft. The Phillips Collection[202]
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[203] Statue of Alexander Hamilton.jpg
Bishop John Carroll Jerome Connor 1912 Healy Hall, Georgetown University 38°54′27.4″N 77°4′20.1″W / 38.907611°N 77.072250°W / 38.907611; -77.072250 Bronze, Marble Sculpture: approx. 82 × 41 × 70 in.; Base: approx. 57 × 70 × 102 in. Georgetown University[204] John Carroll statue.jpg
National Grange Marker Unknown 1951 National Mall 38°53′25.5″N 77°1′4.2″W / 38.890417°N 77.017833°W / 38.890417; -77.017833 Bronze, Granite Plaque: approx. W. 22 in.; Base: approx. W. 28 in. United States Department of the Interior[205]
Washington Monument Robert Mills 1866 National Mall 38°53′22.1″N 77°2′6.9″W / 38.889472°N 77.035250°W / 38.889472; -77.035250 Marble, Granite H. 555 ft. × 5½ in. United States Department of the Interior[206] Washington Monument Dusk Jan 2006.jpg
St. Jerome the Priest Ivan Meštrović 1954 Embassy of Croatia 38°54′48.6″N 77°3′8.1″W / 38.913500°N 77.052250°W / 38.913500; -77.052250 Bronze H. 8 ft × W. 3 ft. Embassy of Croatia[207]
Settlers of the District of Columbia Carl C. Mose 1936 The Ellipse 38°53′37.9″N 77°2′1.9″W / 38.893861°N 77.033861°W / 38.893861; -77.033861 Granite H 2 ft. 6 in. × W 3 ft. × D 3 ft. [208]
Navy Yard Urns Unknown 1872 Lafayette Square 38°53′56.7″N 77°2′11.6″W / 38.899083°N 77.036556°W / 38.899083; -77.036556 Bronze 2 urns. Each: H. 5 ft. × W. 4 ft. United States Department of the Interior[209] Navy yard urns.jpg
Meeting of Recently Elected President Washington and Pierre Charles L'Enfant Raymond Mason 1988 Four Seasons Hotel 38°54′16.0″N 77°3′26.6″W / 38.904444°N 77.057389°W / 38.904444; -77.057389 Synthetic Art Resin, Polyurethane Based Paints Four Seasons Hotel[210]
Loss and Regeneration Joel Shapiro 1993 United States Holocaust Museum 38°53′12.4″N 77°1′59.9″W / 38.886778°N 77.033306°W / 38.886778; -77.033306 Bronze United States Holocaust Museum Joel Shapiro - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.JPG
Graft Roxy Paine 2009 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′27.2″N 77°1′24.6″W / 38.890889°N 77.023500°W / 38.890889; -77.023500 Stainless steel 45 ft. × 45 ft. National Gallery of Art[211]
Thinker on a Rock Barry Flanagan 1997 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′27.9″N 77°1′20.4″W / 38.891083°N 77.022333°W / 38.891083; -77.022333 Bronze National Gallery of Art[212]
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[213]
Chair Transformation Number 20B Lucas Samaras 1996 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′26.7″N 77°1′21.2″W / 38.890750°N 77.022556°W / 38.890750; -77.022556 Bronze 11 ft. 10 in. × 2 ft. 1½ in. × 7 ft. 4 in. National Gallery of Art[214]
Moondog Tony Smith 1964 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′27.4″N 77°1′21.8″W / 38.890944°N 77.022722°W / 38.890944; -77.022722 Aluminum 17 ft. 1¼ in.x 15 ft. 4¼ in. × 15 ft. 4 in. National Gallery of Art[215]
Cluster of Four Cubes George Rickey 1992 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′27.8″N 77°1′20.9″W / 38.891056°N 77.022472°W / 38.891056; -77.022472 Stainless steel Sculpture: 17 ft. 9 in. × 10 ft. 3 in. × 9 ft. 3 in. National Gallery of Art[216]
Cubi XXVI David Smith 1965 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′26.8″N 77°1′22.8″W / 38.890778°N 77.023000°W / 38.890778; -77.023000 Steel 9 ft. 11½ × 12 ft. 7 in. × 2 ft. 1⅞ in. National Gallery of Art[217]
Stele II Ellsworth Kelly 1973 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′29.5″N 77°1′20.4″W / 38.891528°N 77.022333°W / 38.891528; -77.022333 Weathering steel 10 ft. 6 in. × 9 ft. 10 in. National Gallery of Art[218]
Untitled Joel Shapiro 1989 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′29.6″N 77°1′20.8″W / 38.891556°N 77.022444°W / 38.891556; -77.022444 Bronze 5 ft. 5 in. × 6 ft. 5 in. × 5 ft. 2½ in. National Gallery of Art[147]
Six-Part Seating Scott Burton 1985–1998 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′30.5″N 77°1′20.9″W / 38.891806°N 77.022472°W / 38.891806; -77.022472 Polished Granite 6 parts. Each part: 3 ft. 1½ in. × 1 ft. 5½ in. × 3 ft. 1/2 in. National Gallery of Art[219]
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[220]
Puellae Magdalena Abakanowicz 1992 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′29.9″N 77°1′21.4″W / 38.891639°N 77.022611°W / 38.891639; -77.022611 Bronze National Gallery of Art[221]
Spider Louise Bourgeois 1995 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′29.9″N 77°1′23.7″W / 38.891639°N 77.023250°W / 38.891639; -77.023250 Metal & Stones National Gallery of Art[222]
Personnage Gothique, Oiseau-Eclair Joan Miró 1974

Cast 1977

National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′30.5″N 77°1′24.2″W / 38.891806°N 77.023389°W / 38.891806; -77.023389 Bronze 14 ft. 9¼ in. × 6 ft. 6¾ in. × 5 ft. 3 in. National Gallery of Art[223]
Typewriter Eraser, Scale X Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen 1999 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′30.2″N 77°1′25.0″W / 38.891722°N 77.023611°W / 38.891722; -77.023611 Painted stainless steel & Fiberglass 19 ft. 9¼ in. × 12 ft. 8½ in. × 11 ft. 4 in. National Gallery of Art[224]
House I Roy Lichtenstein 1996–1998 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′26.6″N 77°1′24.1″W / 38.890722°N 77.023361°W / 38.890722; -77.023361 Aluminum 9 ft. 7 in. × 14 ft. 8 in. × 4 ft. 4 in. (2.921 × 4.470 × 1.321 m). National Gallery of Art[225]
Cheval Rouge Alexander Calder 1974 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′27.3″N 77°1′23.7″W / 38.890917°N 77.023250°W / 38.890917; -77.023250 Painted sheet metal 16 ft. × 19 ft. 7 in. × 19 ft. 7 in. (4.877 × 5.969 × 5.969 m). National Gallery of Art[226]
Cubi XI David Smith 1964 National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 38°53′27.9″N 77°1′20.8″W / 38.891083°N 77.022444°W / 38.891083; -77.022444 Chrome, Nickel, Steel Sculpture: approx. 92 × 29 × 38 in.; Base: approx. 24½ × 30 × 30 in. National Gallery of Art[227][228]
Man with Beard John Cavanaugh 1973 1736 Corcoran St. NW 38°54′42.4″N 77°2′23.5″W / 38.911778°N 77.039861°W / 38.911778; -77.039861 Hammered Lead Sculpture: approx. H. 42 in. W. 20 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[229]
Fat Lips John Cavanaugh 1973 1736 Corcoran St. NW 38°54′42.4″N 77°2′23.5″W / 38.911778°N 77.039861°W / 38.911778; -77.039861 Hammered Lead Sculpture: approx. H. 42 in. W. 20 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[230]
Tympanum 1742 Corcoran Street John Cavanaugh 1742 Corcoran St. NW 38°54′42.4″N 77°2′24.2″W / 38.911778°N 77.040056°W / 38.911778; -77.040056 Lead Relief: approx. H. 2 ft. W. 7 ft. John Cavanaugh Foundation[231]
Nina and the Saint John Cavanaugh 1976 1614 Corcoran St. NW 38°54′42.5″N 77°2′14.8″W / 38.911806°N 77.037444°W / 38.911806; -77.037444 Lead Relief: approx. 36 × 30 × 1½ in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[232]
Sodom and Gomorrah John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation 38°54′53.62″N 77°2′31.22″W / 38.9148944°N 77.0420056°W / 38.9148944; -77.0420056 Lead 64 × 34 × 8 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[233]
The Captive John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation 38°54′53.62″N 77°2′31.18″W / 38.9148944°N 77.0419944°W / 38.9148944; -77.0419944 Lead 64 × 34 × 8 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[234]
Time Recaptured John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation 38°54′53.6″N 77°2′30.8″W / 38.914889°N 77.041889°W / 38.914889; -77.041889 Lead 64 × 46 × 8½ in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[235]
Within a Budding Grove John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation Lead approx. 25 × 53½ × 6 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[236]
Swann's Way John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation 38°54′53.6″N 77°2′30.7″W / 38.914889°N 77.041861°W / 38.914889; -77.041861 Lead Relief: approx. 52 × 53½ × 7 in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[237]
The Fugitive John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation 38°54′53.6″N 77°2′31.5″W / 38.914889°N 77.042083°W / 38.914889; -77.042083 Lead 23½ × 52 × 8½ in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[238]
Guermantis Way John Cavanaugh John Cavanaugh Foundation 38°54′53.6″N 77°2′30.9″W / 38.914889°N 77.041917°W / 38.914889; -77.041917 Lead 20 × 51¼ × 7½ in. John Cavanaugh Foundation[239]
John Howard Payne Monument Unknown 1883 Oak Hill Cemetery 38°54′46.4″N 77°3′31.4″W / 38.912889°N 77.058722°W / 38.912889; -77.058722 Marble & Granite Sculpture: approx. 42 × 18 × 18 in.; Base: approx. 113 × 71 × 71 in. Oak Hill Cemetery[240] Gravestone of john howard payne oak hill cemetery.JPG
Bishop William Pinkney Memorial Unknown 1883 Oak Hill Cemetery 38°54′46.4″N 77°3′34.0″W / 38.912889°N 77.059444°W / 38.912889; -77.059444 Marble & Granite Sculpture: approx. 74 × 36 × 23 in.; Base: approx. 68 × 72 × 72 in. Oak Hill Cemetery[241]
Spencer Monument Tiffany & Co. 1928 Oak Hill Cemetery 38°54′47.7″N 77°3′34.2″W / 38.913250°N 77.059500°W / 38.913250; -77.059500 Granite Sculpture: approx. 12 ft. × 70 in. × 46 in. Oak Hill Cemetery[242]
Van Ness Mausoleum George Hadfield 1833 Oak Hill Cemetery 38°54′43.0″N 77°3′18.3″W / 38.911944°N 77.055083°W / 38.911944; -77.055083 Brick, Sandstone, Concrete Approx. H. 24 ft. × Diam. 24 ft. Oak Hill Cemetery[243] Van Ness Mausoleum - Washington, D.C..jpg
Samuel P. Carter Monument Bradley and Sons 1895 Oak Hill Cemetery 38°54′47.3″N 77°3′25.3″W / 38.913139°N 77.057028°W / 38.913139; -77.057028 Marble Oak Hill Cemetery[244] 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[245] Morrison Mausoleum.jpg
Amor Caritas Oak Hill Cemetery 38°54′46.4″N 77°3′25.2″W / 38.912889°N 77.057000°W / 38.912889; -77.057000 Oak Hill Cemetery[246]
Jane A. Delano Memorial R. Tait McKenzie 1933 American Red Cross, Garden Court, 430 17th St, NW 38°53′41.9″N 77°2′26.8″W / 38.894972°N 77.040778°W / 38.894972; -77.040778 Bronze & Marble H. 7 ft. American Red Cross[247] Jane Delano Memorial.jpg
The Red Cross Men and Women Killed in Service Felix de Weldon 1959 American Red Cross, Garden Court, 430 17th St. NW 38°53′41.0″N 77°2′26.8″W / 38.894722°N 77.040778°W / 38.894722; -77.040778 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[248]
Armenian Earthquake F. Sogoyan 1990 American Red Cross National Headquarters 38°53′42.7″N 77°2′23.9″W / 38.895194°N 77.039972°W / 38.895194; -77.039972 Metal & Granite Sculpture: approx. 61 × 61 × 140 in.; Base: approx. H. 71 in. × 71 in. American Red Cross[249]
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[250]
Benito Juarez Enrique Alciati 1969 Virginia Ave. & New Hampshire Ave. NW 38°53′55.5″N 77°3′13.1″W / 38.898750°N 77.053639°W / 38.898750; -77.053639 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[251]
The Prophet Harry Abend 1960 Residence of the Venezuelan Ambassador 38°54′54.4″N 77°3′15.4″W / 38.915111°N 77.054278°W / 38.915111; -77.054278 Bronze Sculpture: approx. 75 × 33 × 16½ in.; Base: approx. 30 × 30 × 30 in. Embassy of Venezuela[252]
Samuel Gompers Memorial Robert Ingersoll Aitken 1933 Gompers Square 38°54′14.4″N 77°1′35.4″W / 38.904000°N 77.026500°W / 38.904000; -77.026500 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[253][254] Samuel Gompers Memorial.JPG
Washington Planning the Battle of Trenton Edmond Romulus Amateis 1935 Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium 38°53′32.6″N 77°1′48.1″W / 38.892389°N 77.030028°W / 38.892389; -77.030028 Indiana limestone Panel: approx. 9 ft. × 16 ft. × 10 in.; Spandrels: approx. 7 ft. 1 in. × 6 ft. 10 in. General Services Administration[255]
General John A. Rawlins Joseph A. Bailly 1874 Rawlins Park 38°53′44.5″N 77°2′31.2″W / 38.895694°N 77.042000°W / 38.895694; -77.042000 Bronze Sculpture: approx. H. 6 ft.; Base: approx. H. 20 ft. D. 4 ft. United States Department of Interior[256][257] Statue at Rawlins Park.jpg
Sky Landscape Louise Nevelson 1983 1101 Vermont Ave. NW 38°54′13.9″N 77°1′58.2″W / 38.903861°N 77.032833°W / 38.903861; -77.032833 Metal Sculpture: approx. H. 20 ft. W. 7 ft.; Base: approx. H. 1.5 ft. Diam 18 ft. 8 in. American Medical Association[258]
Ribbons and Jewels Hazel Rebold 1991 Metro Center Station 38°53′54.7″N 77°1′40.6″W / 38.898528°N 77.027944°W / 38.898528; -77.027944 Stained glass wall sconces Washington Metro[14][259] Metro Center mezzanine1 - Feb2013.jpg
Scenes from Washington G. Byron Peck 2001 Metro Center Station 38°53′54.7″N 77°1′40.6″W / 38.898528°N 77.027944°W / 38.898528; -77.027944 Mural Washington Metro[14][259] Metro Center mezzanine2 - Feb2013.jpg
Solomon's Gate John Dreyfus 1993 James Monroe Building, 2001 Pennsylvania Ave. NW 38°54′5.2″N 77°2′42.9″W / 38.901444°N 77.045250°W / 38.901444; -77.045250 [14]
Transit Wendy Ross 2007 Mount Vernon Square Metro Station 38°54′19.7″N 77°1′19.9″W / 38.905472°N 77.022194°W / 38.905472; -77.022194 [14]
We Embrace E. Ethelbert Miller 2006 Dupont Circle Metro Station 38°54′39.4″N 77°2′40.6″W / 38.910944°N 77.044611°W / 38.910944; -77.044611 [14]
Excerpt from The Wound Dresser by Walt Whitman 2007 Dupont Circle Metro Station 38°54′39.4″N 77°2′40.6″W / 38.910944°N 77.044611°W / 38.910944; -77.044611 Granite [14] Dupont Circle Metro - north exit.jpg
Community Anne Marchand 2002 Westminster Playground, 913 Westminster St. NW 38°54′53.9″N 77°1′29.2″W / 38.914972°N 77.024778°W / 38.914972; -77.024778 Mixed Media Westminster Neighborhood Association[14]
Play Together and Live as One Jerome Meadows 2002 Westminster Playground, 913 Westminster St. NW 38°54′54.0″N 77°1′28.9″W / 38.915000°N 77.024694°W / 38.915000; -77.024694 Westminster Neighborhood Association[14]
Community Rhythms Alfred J. Smith 1995 U Street station 38°55′0.6″N 77°1′44.8″W / 38.916833°N 77.029111°W / 38.916833; -77.029111 Washington Metro[14] U St-African-Amer Civil War Memorial-Cardozo Artwork.jpg
Encore Zachary Oxman Florida Ave. & T St. NW 38°54′56.0″N 77°1′14.4″W / 38.915556°N 77.020667°W / 38.915556; -77.020667 [14]
Full Count John Dreyfuss 1988–1990 Virginia Ave. & 20th St. NW 38°53′39.8″N 77°2′45.0″W / 38.894389°N 77.045833°W / 38.894389; -77.045833 Bronze [260]
Limits of Infinity III John Safer 1979 2000 block H St. NW at The George Washington University 38°53′55.7″N 77°2′46.0″W / 38.898806°N 77.046111°W / 38.898806; -77.046111 [261]
Alexander Pushkin Alexander Bourganov 2000 H St. & 22nd St. NW at The George Washington University 38°53′59.1″N 77°2′55.1″W / 38.899750°N 77.048639°W / 38.899750; -77.048639 Bronze [262]
Suffusion Arthur Carter 1999 Lisner Auditorium at The George Washington University 38°53′56.7″N 77°2′49.8″W / 38.899083°N 77.047167°W / 38.899083; -77.047167 [263]
Joyce Sam Maitin 2000 Lisner Auditorium at The George Washington University 38°53′56.7″N 77°2′49.1″W / 38.899083°N 77.046972°W / 38.899083; -77.046972 [264]
Red Cross Monument Red Cross National Headquarters 38°53′46.4″N 77°2′42.6″W / 38.896222°N 77.045167°W / 38.896222; -77.045167 [265]
Always Becoming Nora Naranjo-Morse 2007 National Museum of the American Indian 38°53′16.2″N 77°1′0.2″W / 38.887833°N 77.016722°W / 38.887833; -77.016722 Dirt, sand, straw, clay, stone, black locust wood, bamboo, grass, and yam vines. Smithsonian Institution[266]
Colossal Head 4 Ignacio Perez Solano National Museum of Natural History 38°53′30.7″N 77°1′35.3″W / 38.891861°N 77.026472°W / 38.891861; -77.026472 Volcanic ash Smithsonian Institution[267]
Gwenfritz Alexander Calder c. 1968 National Museum of American History 38°53′28.4″N 77°1′52.7″W / 38.891222°N 77.031306°W / 38.891222; -77.031306 Iron H. 413⅜ in. Smithsonian American Art Museum[268]
Infinity Jose de Rivera 1967 National Museum of American History 38°53′27.0″N 77°1′48.1″W / 38.890833°N 77.030028°W / 38.890833; -77.030028 Stainless Steel Sculpture: 13½ × 8 × 16 ft.; including base: H. 34 ft. (1000 lbs.). Smithsonian Institution[269]
Daguerre Memorial Jonathan Scott Hartley 1890 National Portrait Gallery 38°53′51.5″N 77°1′19.7″W / 38.897639°N 77.022139°W / 38.897639; -77.022139 Bronze, Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 11 ft. National Museum of American History[270] Daguerre After Dark (Washington, DC).jpg
Delta Solar Alejandro Otero National Air and Space Museum 38°53′16.9″N 77°1′17.4″W / 38.888028°N 77.021500°W / 38.888028; -77.021500 Stainless steel Smithsonian Institution[271] Outside the museum.jpg
Columbia Caspar Buberl 1879–1881 Arts and Industries Building 38°53′18.9″N 77°1′28.2″W / 38.888583°N 77.024500°W / 38.888583; -77.024500 Zinc Smithsonian Institution[272]
Knife Mirror Edge Two Piece Henry Moore National Gallery of Art East Building 38°53′29.1″N 77°1′1.8″W / 38.891417°N 77.017167°W / 38.891417; -77.017167 National Gallery of Art[273]
Prinz Friedrich von Homburg, Ein Schauspiel, 3X Frank Stella 1998–2001 National Gallery of Art East Building 38°53′28.4″N 77°0′56.6″W / 38.891222°N 77.015722°W / 38.891222; -77.015722 Stainless steel, Aluminum, Fiberglass & Carbon fiber National Gallery of Art[274]
Triceratops horridus National Museum of Natural History 38°53′26.4″N 77°1′28.6″W / 38.890667°N 77.024611°W / 38.890667; -77.024611 Bronze Smithsonian Institution[275]
Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Gautam Pal 21st St., Massachusetts Ave., and Q St. NW 38°54′39.7″N 77°2′49.1″W / 38.911028°N 77.046972°W / 38.911028; -77.046972 Bronze & Granite [276] Embassy of India in Washington DC.jpg
Kenya Coat of Arms Kenyan Embassy 38°54′45.8″N 77°3′1.3″W / 38.912722°N 77.050361°W / 38.912722; -77.050361 Embassy of Kenya[277]
Vassil Levsky Bulgarian Embassy 38°54′44.2″N 77°2′55.2″W / 38.912278°N 77.048667°W / 38.912278; -77.048667 Bulgarian Embassy[278]
Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk Vincenc Makovsky 2002 Massachusetts & Florida Aves. at Q & 22nd Sts. NW 38°54′40.5″N 77°2′54.9″W / 38.911250°N 77.048583°W / 38.911250; -77.048583 Bronze [279]
Alberto Santos-Dumont Vicinity R & 22nd Sts. NW 38°54′45.7″N 77°2′55.2″W / 38.912694°N 77.048667°W / 38.912694; -77.048667 Bronze [280]
Future Stars Kenneth Valimaki ca. 1991 National Education Association 38°54′20.8″N 77°2′10.2″W / 38.905778°N 77.036167°W / 38.905778; -77.036167 Bronze & Concrete [281]
Golden Warrior Prince Shota Valikhanov, Klara Sever & Peter Sever ca. 2006 Embassy of Kazakhstan 38°54′31.9″N 77°2′10.6″W / 38.908861°N 77.036278°W / 38.908861; -77.036278 Bronze Embassy of Kazakhstan[282]
Ursus National Geographic Society National Geographic Society[283]
C & O Canal Obelisk Wisconsin Ave. south of M St. NW 38°54′15.7″N 77°3′46.4″W / 38.904361°N 77.062889°W / 38.904361; -77.062889 National Park Service?[284]
Helix Fountain 1 block S of M St. between 33rd & 34th Sts., N.W. [285]
John A. Joyce Oak Hill Cemetery 38°54′46.5″N 77°3′23.2″W / 38.912917°N 77.056444°W / 38.912917; -77.056444 [286]
Jan Karski Georgetown University 38°54′31.7″N 77°4′18.6″W / 38.908806°N 77.071833°W / 38.908806; -77.071833 Georgetown University[287]
Saint Ignatius of Loyola Vicki Winters Reid Georgetown University 38°54′31.8″N 77°4′20.4″W / 38.908833°N 77.072333°W / 38.908833; -77.072333 Bronze Georgetown University[288] Georgetown University -21.JPG
Francis Scott Key 34th and M St. NW 38°54′17.3″N 77°4′5.3″W / 38.904806°N 77.068139°W / 38.904806; -77.068139 National Park Service[289]
Giant Adirondack Chair Georgetown University 38°54′46.3″N 77°4′11.5″W / 38.912861°N 77.069861°W / 38.912861; -77.069861
Man Helping Man 2400 N St. NW 38°54′25.5″N 77°3′5.8″W / 38.907083°N 77.051611°W / 38.907083; -77.051611 [290]
Pulse Jefre Manuel Farragut North metro (entrance on K Street) 38°54′9.9″N 77°2′20.9″W / 38.902750°N 77.039139°W / 38.902750; -77.039139 Refractive tile: Poly(methyl methacrylate) resin or Glass[291][292] Sculpture, installation art Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority donated by Golden Triangle (Washington, D.C.) with the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities [293]
Farragut Spheres Michael Enn Sirvet 2011 Farragut West metro (17th & I NW entrance) 38°54′4.2″N 77°2′20.9″W / 38.901167°N 77.039139°W / 38.901167; -77.039139 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 [293]
Pillar of Fire William Cochran 2013 NW corner of 14th and S Streets NW 38°54′51.08″N 77°1′55.71″W / 38.9141889°N 77.0321417°W / 38.9141889; -77.0321417 glass, concrete 16 ft

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