Reading114 Sculpture

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114 Reading

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Life Underground (2001) is a permanent public artwork created by  American sculptor Tom Otterness for the 14th Street – Eighth Avenue station (ACEL trains) of the New York City Subway. It was commissioned by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Arts for Transit program. This program has commissioned more than 170 permanent works of art for public transportation facilities 

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Tom Otterness (American, 1952)

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Tom Otterness (American, 1952)

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Tom Otterness (American, 1952)

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The New York sculptor, Tom Otterness, displayed a number of his works along upper Broadway near subway stops. A number of the pieces poked fun at the city's drive to make money

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Tom Otterness Educated king

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The Real World, 1992 Nelson A Rockefeller Park, NY Tom Otterness Battery Park City, NY

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Tom Otterness Nelson Rockefeller State Park, Battery Park City, New York

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Tom Otterness detail of “The Real World” Nelson Rockefeller State Park, Battery Park City, New York

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Tom Otterness Cleveland public library, downtown

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Tom Otterness

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Tom Otterness Educating the Rich on the Globe, 1997

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Tom Otterness "Educating the Rich on the Globe" is well suited to be read along with today's scripture selection from Luke, particularly verse 34: "For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also."

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Tom Otterness (American, 1952)

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Judith Holmes Drewry The Reader

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Jules Dalou (French, 1838–1902)  The Reader

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Jules Dalou The Reader, plaster statuette, circa 1871- 1879 Paris Petit Palais Museum

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Lorraine Corrigan Paper Art

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A life-size bronze statue of Will Rogers (by Sandra Van Zandt) sits on a bench reading a newspaper in front of the downtown Claremore newspaper office.

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Will Rogers by Sandra Van Zandt Rogers, a famous humorist of the 1930s, was known for saying, "All I know is what I read in the papers," which is also the title of the statue. It was given to the town in 1996

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Chinese feudal society strategist Zhang Liang Hong Kong Museum of Art in China Books

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Robert-Jan Donker (Dutch, 1943 - 2016)  Reading girl 2002

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Woman & Child Reading Bronze Sculpture

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Nancy Diefenbach

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Amy Bright Unfried Two Sisters

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Amy Bright Unfried Young man reading

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Amy Bright Unfried Woman with a book

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Maurice Brooke Whitechapel High street London The Edward VII Drinking Fountain, by the sculptor W. S. Frith Detail

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Tour de Lincoln bicycle statue “Balancing the Books” located outside the Gere Branch Library

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Gerreke van Veen (Dutch, 1964) Art in clay

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Gerreke van Veen (Dutch, 1964) Art in clay

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Gerreke van Veen (Dutch, 1964) Art in clay

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Gerreke van Veen (Dutch, 1964) Art in clay

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Gerreke van Veen (Dutch, 1964) Art in clay

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Gerreke van Veen (Dutch, 1964) Art in clay

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Lazy Days sculpture by Kate Denton - in Sioux Falls, South Dakota Sculpture by Richard Stainthorp

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The Reader- wire sculpture by Derek Kinzett, Wiltshire, England

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The Little Girl Who Loved To Read - at the Co. Courthouse in Bryan, Ohio

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Wangen im Allgäu, Germany Der Wahrheitssucher or the truth-seeker, life-size bronze sculpture by Gisela Steimle

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Tom White A Heritage of Love & Learning Life-size bronze library sculpture teacher reading to children Wilson Public Library, Cozad Nebraska

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Tom White A Heritage of Love & Learning Life-size bronze library sculpture teacher reading to children

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Reading Ganesh, Hindu Lord of Prosperity & Fortune

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Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York Peter from Ezra Jack Keats’ book,  The Snowy Day . He is with his dog, Willie, from  Whistle for Willie  and the little chair that was so important to him in  Peter’s Chair.

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Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York Peter from Ezra Jack Keats’ book,  The Snowy Day . He is with his dog, Willie, from  Whistle for Willie  and the little chair that was so important to him in  Peter’s Chair

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Bronze statues of Peanuts characters around the city honor St. Paul native, author Charles Schulz. Here is Marcie, Peppermint Patty's best friend. (The one who calls everyone “Sir.”) Marcie is a bookworm and her statute has her sitting on a park bench. Artist Name: Tivoli Too Marcie & Woodstock

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Marcie, Peppermint Patty's best friend St. Paul, Minnesota Peanuts  ran for nearly fifty years without interruption and appeared in more than 2,600 newspapers in seventy-five countries

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Detroit Lakes Public Library’s Once Upon A Time sculpture by Hans Gilsdorf

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