Norton House (West Palm Beach, Florida)
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Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
|Location||253 Barcelona Rd., West Palm Beach, Florida|
|Architect||Marion Sims Wyeth|
|Architectural style||Modern Movement, Monterey Style|
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|Added to NRHP||July 26, 1990|
The Norton House is a historic home located at 253 Barcelona Road in West Palm Beach, Florida. On July 26, 1990, the house was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It is also a contributing property to the El Cid Historic District.
The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens consists of the Norton House and 1.7-acre (6,900 m2) property, and features over 100 sculptures by Ann Weaver Norton (1905–1982), the second wife and widow of Ralph Hubbard Norton (1875–1953). The sculptures are displayed in the house, studio and gardens, which feature over 300 species of tropical palms. Ralph Hubbard Norton was the founder of the Norton Museum of Art.
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