Reading116 Sculpture

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116 Reading

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Reading Magic by Julie Jones of Fort Collins, Colorado

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Reading Magic by Julie Jones of Fort Collins, Colorado details

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Reading Magic by Julie Jones of Fort Collins, Colorado details

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Arapahoe Library District - Koelbel Library, Centennial, Colorado Reading by Moonlight - Colorado Yule Marble Sculpture by Ann Cunningham - collection of Morton-James Public Library

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Ann Cunningham, Reading by Moonlight

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Perpetual readers Westlake Branch of the Daly City Public Library

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Book sculpture in Chengdu, China

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Durbuy, Belgium Le petit lecteur by Ursula Förster (1924-2013)

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Durbuy, Belgium Le petit lecteur by Ursula Förster (1924-2013)

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FR Bronze sculpture Boy & Girl reading on tree branch

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FR Bronze sculpture Boy & Girl reading on tree branch

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Jeanne Royannez-Hugues, monument for Clovis Hugues (1851-1907) in Embrun (Hautes-Alpes) Detail

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David Kigozi (Uganda, 1975) Pillar of Peace

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Frank Eliscu (American, 1912–1996) Once Upon a Time, Elmhurst, Illinois Library Book Monuments

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Gary Lee Price ‘Learning Curve’ -- Na ‘Aina Kai Botanical Gardens - Kauai, Hawaii

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Books…

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Cow Parade (2007) Calçadão de Copacabana Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Reading Bench Garden Statue Huntsville- Madison County Library, USA

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Maprang Bronze Collection, Bangkok, Thailand Boy reading book Maprang Bronze Collection, Reading girl

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Maprang Bronze Collection, Bangkok, Thailand Natt & Cindy reading book Maprang Bronze Collection Lisa sitting reading book

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Maprang Bronze Collection, Bangkok, Thailand Linda lying reading book Maprang Bronze Collection Anna & Nacy on rock reading book

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Maprang Bronze Collection, Bangkok, Thailand Susan & Cindy on bench Maprang Bronze Collection Sitting girl on bench with dog

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Maprang Bronze Collection Natt reading book Maprang Bronze Collection, Bangkok, Thailand Lisa sitting with computer

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Maprang collection Sitting girl reading book

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Newspaper readers, statue by Sven Lundqvist (Swedish, 1918 - 2010), Kungsholmen, Stockholm

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Reading Cowboy Statue Colorado Reading Family statue in Smithfield NC made by Frank Creech

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Modern bronze garden statues

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Mailbox Boy

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Mailbox Boy

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Mailbox

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A book for Everyone , Sculpture Walk, Sioux Falls Study Time - Boy Reading Children Reading & Relaxing Bronze Statues The Randolph Rose Collection NY

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Garden statues

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Reading Boy Sculpture at the Breckenridge Fine Arts Center Reading Boy Sculpture Bel Air branch of Harford County Public Library

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Garden statues

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West cowboy reading book and horse Pure Bronze Copper art Statue

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St Cyr Les Lecques, France Public art

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Bronze Stack of Books Bench for Libraries and Schools

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Literary chairs in Istanbul The real-book goal was achieved not only through the shape. Each book, sorry, bench, is unique, as it mimic a single book title. What’s even more exciting is that every bench reveals a page of the book that is most interesting, and pedestrians can actually read it.

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Bench book in Istanbul

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Bench book in Istanbul

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University of Maltepe, commemorating the man who brought the mobile library in Cappadocia,Turkey

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Sculpture Bryce Pettit of Monticello, Utah Flights of Learning

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Sculptures Gregory Johnson Cabin Fever Sculpture walk - Sioux Falls

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Sculpture Tammy Hammond Dream Big, bronze Hammond, Great Bend, KS

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Sculpture Tammy Hammond Dream Big, bronze Hammond, Great Bend, KS

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Papier-mâché (French for "chewed paper“), is a composite material consisting of paper pieces or pulp, sometimes reinforced with textiles, bound with an adhesive, such as glue, starch, or wallpaper paste

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Marcella Ferreira

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Marcella Ferreira

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Marcella Ferreira

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Marcella Ferreira

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Marcella Ferreira

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Marcella Ferreira

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