Cambridge 2000 Gallery: sculpture

Sculpture photos:

Henry Moore:

  1. Berlin, Germany: Akademie der Künste (Hanseatenweg): Reclining Figure (designed 1956, cast 1961, sculptor Henry Moore) (112 kb, 25 October 2008)
  2. Berlin, Germany: Neue Nationalgalerie (Potsdamer Straße): The Archer (1964-1965, Henry Moore) (78 kb, 29 October 2008)
  3. Cambridge, England: Clare College: 'Falling Warrior' (1956-1957, sculptor Henry Moore) (98 kb, 4 March 2000)
  4. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: sculpture of seated man (1949, sculptor Henry Moore) (96 kb, 4 October 2008)
  5. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: 'Oval with Points' (executed 1969-70, installed 1971, sculptor Henry Moore) (99 kb, 22 July 2008)

Other sculpture:

  1. Barcelona, Spain: La Sagrada Família: Jesus and Judas (1988, sculptor Josep M. Subirachs) (88 kb, 14 December 2003)
  2. Barcelona, Spain: La Sagrada Família: Peter and Jesus (1988, sculptor Josep M. Subirachs) (92 kb, 14 December 2003)
  3. Barcelona, Spain: La Sagrada Família: Roman soldiers (1988, sculptor Josep M. Subirachs) (83 kb, 14 December 2003)
  4. Berlin, Germany: Altes Museum: bust of Queen Nefertiti (around 1340 BC) (51 kb, 11 March 2006)
  5. Berlin, Germany: Altes Museum: God Bes (who protects pregnant women and newborn babies) (Egypt, 650-350 BC) (40 kb, 11 March 2006)
  6. Berlin, Germany: Altes Museum: mummy mask of a woman with bracelets in form of snakes (beginning of 1st century AD) (58 kb, 11 March 2006)
  7. Berlin, Germany: Altonär Straße 4-14: Reclining Figure (1958, sculptor Alfredo Ceschiatti) (115 kb, 25 October 2008)
  8. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): Südportal Versöhnungstür detail (Parable of the Lost Son) (Reconciliation Door, south side) (1992, artist Siegfried Kreppe) (135 kb, 26 October 2008)
  9. Berlin, Germany: Eichorn Straße: 'Boxers' (1987, sculptor Keith Haring) (59 kb, 26 October 2008)
  10. Berlin, Germany: Holocaust Memorial (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe): view (2003-2004, artist Peter Eisenman, engineer Buro Happold) (54 kb, 29 October 2008)
  11. Berlin, Germany: Holocaust Memorial (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe): view (2003-2004, artist Peter Eisenman, engineer Buro Happold) (61 kb, 29 October 2008)
  12. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: Christ on Cross (1961, sculptor Karl Hemmeter, stained glass artist Gabriel Loire) (107 kb, 25 October 2008)
  13. Berlin, Germany: Marlene-Dietrich-Platz: 'Balloon Flower' (1997, sculptor Jeff Koons) (94 kb, 26 October 2008)
  14. Berlin, Germany: Theater des Westens (Kantstraße): sculpture at front (1895-1896, architect Bernhard Sehring) (66 kb, 25 October 2008)
  15. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Niedersachsen beim Bund (Ebert-Straße): five baroque golden statues (cast 1689; from Großer Garten, Herrenhäuser Gärten, Hannover) (in Berlin from 2006-2008) (115 kb, 29 October 2008)
  16. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Central Wharf: dolphin sculpture (1977, K. Lane Weems) (68 kb, 8 January 2008)
  17. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): intersection of Bolyston Street and Westland Avenue: John Boyle O'Reilly memorial (1896, Daniel Chester French) (94 kb, 25 March 2007)
  18. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: sculpture of dancing figure (late 1990s?) (80 kb, 29 November 2008)
  19. Buffalo, New York (NY): McKinley Monument: sleeping lion (dedicated 1907, designed by architects Carrère and Hastings, sculptures by Alexander Phimister Proctor) (48 kb, 18 July 2007)
  20. Cambridge, England: 11 Grange Road: relief above door (1912, architect A.J. Winter Rose) (58 kb, 28 August 2008)
  21. Cambridge, England: Botanic Garden: fountain (1966, by David Mellor) (94 kb, 23 May 2002)
  22. Cambridge, England: Botanic Garden: fountain in freezing fog (1966, by David Mellor) (89 kb, 9 January 2009)
  23. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: 'Beast Alerted (1990, sculptor Lynn Chadwick) (71 kb, 17 April 2009)
  24. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: 'Diagram of an Object (Second State)' (1990, sculptor Dhruva Mistry) (92 kb, 17 April 2009)
  25. Cambridge, England: Clare College: DNA double helix sculpture (2005, Charles Jencks) (117 kb, 9 June 2006)
  26. Cambridge, England: Clare Hall: 'Flame' (made 2003, installed 2007, sculptor Helene Blumenfeld) (114 kb, 3 September 2008)
  27. Cambridge, England: Downing College: griffin (91 kb, 1 November 2001)
  28. Cambridge, England: Downing Site: relief (95 kb, 26 March 2002)
  29. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: sculpture 'Jester' (1994, Wendy Taylor) (115 kb, 19 August 2008)
  30. Cambridge, England: Fisher Square: 'Between the Lines' (2007, sculptor Peter Randall-Page) (104 kb, 15 December 2008)
  31. Cambridge, England: Folk Museum: sculpture, part of Hobson's Conduit memorial (moved from Market Square) (88 kb, 20 October 2007)
  32. Cambridge, England: Great St Mary's Church: Christ in Majesty (The Majestas) (1960, Alan Durst) (87 kb, 2 September 2008)
  33. Cambridge, England: Great St Mary's Church: Prayer Marker 2007 (sculptor Emma Fenelon) (137 kb, 2 September 2008)
  34. Cambridge, England: Guildhall Street: Talos (c1960, sculptor Michael Ayrton; erected in current location in c1973) (84 kb, 26 November 2008)
  35. Cambridge, England: Institute of Astronomy: 'Prometheus' (2003, sculptor James Atkinson) (100 kb, 28 February 2009)
  36. Cambridge, England: Institute of Astronomy: 'Pulse' (2001, John Robinson) (124 kb, 13 April 2003)
  37. Cambridge, England: King's College: angels (89 kb, 4 May 2007)
  38. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, interior sculpture (royal shield) (92 kb, 4 February 2007)
  39. Cambridge, England: Little St Mary's Church: detail of Godfrey Washington memorial (great uncle of George Washington) (48 kb, 25 September 2008)
  40. Cambridge, England: Little St Mary's Church: reredos (1876, designed by G.G. Scott the younger) (97 kb, 4 September 2002)
  41. Cambridge, England: Little St Mary's Church: reredos (1876, designed by G.G. Scott the younger) (87 kb, 25 September 2008)
  42. Cambridge, England: Orchard Park Community Primary School: decorative gate (2007-2008, artist Adam Booth, Pipers Forge; architect Mouchel Group) (85 kb, 30 December 2008)
  43. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: chapel reredos (frame 1731-2, Pietà late 15th c.) (81 kb, 4 September 2002)
  44. Cambridge, England: Physics of Medicine: double helix sculpture (2008, Charlie Whinney Associates, with Ramboll Whitby Bird) (65 kb, 20 September 2008)
  45. Cambridge, England: Queens' College: old dining hall, angel (95 kb, 11 August 2006)
  46. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: chapel wood carving (100 kb, 25 July 2002)
  47. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Great Court fountain detail (soldier with crossbow and sword, c1600) (119 kb, 27 June 2008)
  48. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: statue of Isaac Newton in chapel (1755, sculptor Louis François Roubiliac) (58 kb, 22 April 2005)
  49. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library carving (1691-1695, Grinling Gibbons) (95 kb, 17 March 2005)
  50. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library carving (1691-1695, Grinling Gibbons) (92 kb, 17 March 2005)
  51. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library, pediment ('Ptolemy II receiving the Septuagint from the Translators', c 1679) (53 kb, 23 March 2008)
  52. Ettlingen, Germany: Bahnhofplatz: sculpture of two women (1913, Karl Albiker) (117 kb, 18 April 2008)
  53. Ettlingen, Germany: Bahnhofplatz: sculpture of two women (1913, Karl Albiker) (106 kb, 18 April 2008)
  54. Ettlingen, Germany: Färbergaße: shrine (73 kb, 18 April 2008)
  55. Ettlingen, Germany: Friedrichstraße: 'The Young River Alb' (1963, designed by Karl Albiker, made by Walter Rössler) (107 kb, 18 April 2008)
  56. Ettlingen, Germany: Herz-Jesu Kirche: angel (part of door surround) (c1900) (77 kb, 18 April 2008)
  57. Ettlingen, Germany: Herz-Jesu Kirche: column decoration (c1900) (89 kb, 18 April 2008)
  58. Ettlingen, Germany: Kronenstraße and Albstraße: St Borromäus (1755, sculptor Michael Heilmann) (73 kb, 17 April 2008)
  59. Ettlingen, Germany: Kronenstraße: Neptune Stone (Neptunstein, 3rd century, Roman; plaque is 1554) (60 kb, 27 April 2005)
  60. Ettlingen, Germany: Marktplatz: St George's or Market Fountain, detail (1494) (49 kb, 17 April 2008)
  61. Ettlingen, Germany: Marktstraße: Fountain of the Fool (Hans von Singen), detail (16th century) (65 kb, 17 April 2008)
  62. Ettlingen, Germany: Rathausturm: shrine (Mary and Jesus) (63 kb, 17 April 2008)
  63. Ettlingen, Germany: Rathausturm: war memorial (Gedenken an die Toten, 1927, by Oskar Alexander Kiefer) (82 kb, 5 December 2002)
  64. Ettlingen, Germany: Seminarstraße: Monk's sculpture (popularly known as 'hic') (probably 16th century) (95 kb, 18 April 2008)
  65. Ettlingen, Germany: St Martinskirche: wood crucifixion (33 kb, 17 April 2008)
  66. Florence, Massachusetts (MA): Look Park: totem pole (1920s, from Nome, Alaska; given to Look Park by Cordes family around 1942) (107 kb, 13 July 2007)
  67. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Frankfurter Innovationszentrum Biotechnologie: 'Doppelhelix' (double helix) (Altenhöferallee 3) (2008, sculptor Norman Kehm) (82 kb, 17 February 2009)
  68. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Chemie (Chemistry, Max-von-Laue-Straße 7), wall relief (1984, Richard Heß) (39 kb, 18 February 2009)
  69. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Chemie (Chemistry, Max-von-Laue-Straße 7), wall relief (1984, Richard Heß) (42 kb, 18 February 2009)
  70. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Institut für Geowissenschaften (Institute of Geoscience, Altenhöferallee 1), stone pile sculpture (85 kb, 17 February 2009)
  71. Frankfurt, Germany: An der Hauptwache: Struwwelpeterbrunnen (fountain) (1985, Franziska Lenz-Gerharz) (97 kb, 18 February 2009)
  72. Frankfurt, Germany: Dom (St Bartholomäus) (Cathedral): memorial plaque (88 kb, 18 February 2009)
  73. Frankfurt, Germany: Dom (St Bartholomäus) (Cathedral): memorial plaques (81 kb, 18 February 2009)
  74. Frankfurt, Germany: Dom (St Bartholomäus) (Cathedral): memorial to Joannes Carolus (80 kb, 18 February 2009)
  75. Frankfurt, Germany: Große Bockenheimer Straße: Freßgass' Brunnen (fountain) (1977, Inge Hagner) (100 kb, 18 February 2009)
  76. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: 18 Norra Hamngatan: wall relief (1930s, sculptor Ivar Johnsson) (85 kb, 19 October 2005)
  77. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Poseidon Fountain (Götaplatsen): satyr and unicorn (c1930, sculptor Carl Milles) (102 kb, 19 October 2005)
  78. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Poseidon Fountain (Götaplatsen): woman and whale (c1930, sculptor Carl Milles) (106 kb, 19 October 2005)
  79. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Charles V fountain, allegorical mask (73 kb, 11 December 2005)
  80. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Charles V fountain, allegorical mask (72 kb, 11 December 2005)
  81. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Charles V fountain, allegorical mask (75 kb, 11 December 2005)
  82. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Carlos V (Charles V Palace), bas-relief (108 kb, 11 December 2005)
  83. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Carlos V (Charles V Palace), bas-relief (101 kb, 11 December 2005)
  84. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Carlos V (Charles V Palace), bas-relief (103 kb, 11 December 2005)
  85. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Carlos V (Charles V Palace), bas-relief (109 kb, 11 December 2005)
  86. Granada, Spain: Calle Acera del Casino: lion water fountain (100 kb, 11 December 2005)
  87. Higham Ferrers, England: cemetery: angel carving, gravestone (123 kb, 26 November 2005)
  88. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: misericord (around 1425) (90 kb, 19 March 2005)
  89. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: misericord (around 1425) (93 kb, 13 June 2005)
  90. Himeji, Japan: castle: fish (carp, koi?) decoration at top of roof (64 kb, 12 July 2006)
  91. Hinxton, England: European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): 'Starball' (2007, sculptor Colin Rose) (117 kb, 6 February 2008)
  92. Issy-les-Moulineaux, France: Square de la Mairie: war memorial (Monument aux Morts de la Ville, 1959, sculptor Jean Joachim) (48 kb, 3 April 2004)
  93. Istanbul, Turkey: Archaeology Museum: Alexander Sarcophagus (from Royal Necropolis of Sidon, c 325-300 BC) (scene depicting Battle of Issus, 333BC, with Alexander at left in lion's head headdress) (79 kb, 1 April 2006)
  94. Kamakura, Japan: Hase-dera Temple: sculpture of a god (112 kb, 20 July 2006)
  95. Kamakura, Japan: Hase-dera Temple: sculpture of a god (97 kb, 20 July 2006)
  96. Kamakura, Japan: Hase-dera Temple: sculpture of a god (100 kb, 20 July 2006)
  97. Karlsruhe, Germany: Albtalbahnhof: fountain sculpture (92 kb, 3 March 2009)
  98. Karlsruhe, Germany: Brigantenbrunnen (Ettlinger Straße): fountain sculpture (1976-1979, Gudrun Schreiner) (104 kb, 3 March 2009)
  99. Karlsruhe, Germany: Carl Grosherzog von Baden monument (Karl-Friedrich-Straße): griffin (1822-1832, Friedrich Weinbrenner, restored 1986) (58 kb, 3 March 2009)
  100. Karlsruhe, Germany: Carl Grosherzog von Baden monument (Karl-Friedrich-Straße): lion mask water spout (1822-1832, Friedrich Weinbrenner, restored 1986) (86 kb, 11 December 2008)
  101. Karlsruhe, Germany: Elisabeth-Selbert-Schule (Steinhäuserstraße 25-27): 'Stein ist - doch was ist außer Stein' (1987, sculptor Hans Vaupel) (121 kb, 4 March 2009)
  102. Karlsruhe, Germany: Ettlinger Tor shopping centre: Ettlinger-Tor-Skulptor (1998, artist Andreas Helmling, architect Alexander Grünenwald) (55 kb, 4 March 2009)
  103. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hauptbahnhof: 'Zugabteil' (1984, sculptor Gudrun Schreiner) (81 kb, 2 March 2009)
  104. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hauptbahnhof: 'Zugabteil' (1984, sculptor Gudrun Schreiner) (83 kb, 3 March 2009)
  105. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hermann-Veit-Straße: fountain sculpture (86 kb, 4 March 2009)
  106. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): detail, boy (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (81 kb, 11 December 2008)
  107. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): detail, boy (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (71 kb, 11 December 2008)
  108. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): detail, girl (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (93 kb, 11 December 2008)
  109. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): detail, girl (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (73 kb, 11 December 2008)
  110. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): detail, octopus (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (88 kb, 4 March 2009)
  111. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): view (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (77 kb, 11 December 2008)
  112. Karlsruhe, Germany: Lammstraße: 'Jungbrunnen mit Vierdimensionalem Luftsprung' (Fountain of Youth, Fountain of the Lamb) (1983-1986, sculptor Karl-Henning Seemann) (104 kb, 3 March 2009)
  113. Karlsruhe, Germany: Lammstraße: 'Jungbrunnen mit Vierdimensionalem Luftsprung', conversion of old to young (Fountain of Youth, Fountain of the Lamb) (1983-1986, sculptor Karl-Henning Seemann) (105 kb, 3 March 2009)
  114. Karlsruhe, Germany: Lammstraße: 'Jungbrunnen mit Vierdimensionalem Luftsprung', old man diving into water (Fountain of Youth, Fountain of the Lamb) (1983-1986, sculptor Karl-Henning Seemann) (84 kb, 3 March 2009)
  115. Karlsruhe, Germany: Lammstraße: 'Jungbrunnen mit Vierdimensionalem Luftsprung', young woman emerging from water (Fountain of Youth, Fountain of the Lamb) (1983-1986, sculptor Karl-Henning Seemann) (98 kb, 3 March 2009)
  116. Karlsruhe, Germany: Nymphengarten (Kriegsstraße): fountain sculpture (1889-1891, Heinrich Weltring) (144 kb, 4 March 2009)
  117. Karlsruhe, Germany: Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde (Erbprinzenstraße): 'Springende Panther' (1995, sculptor Andreas Helmling) (88 kb, 4 March 2009)
  118. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): 'Kraft' (Power) (1923, sculptor Oskar Alexander Kiefer) (88 kb, 3 March 2009)
  119. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): 'Phönix über Europa' (1979, Walter Maria Förderer) (81 kb, 11 December 2008)
  120. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): 'Possession' (1995, sculptor Emma de Sigaldi) (91 kb, 4 March 2009)
  121. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): relief (centaur attacking man) (1915, sculptor Wilhelm Sauer, architect Curjel and Moser) (50 kb, 11 December 2008)
  122. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): relief (man next to horse) (1915, sculptor Wilhelm Sauer, architect Curjel and Moser) (52 kb, 11 December 2008)
  123. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): relief (woman on horse attacking man) (1915, sculptor Wilhelm Sauer, architect Curjel and Moser) (55 kb, 11 December 2008)
  124. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): 'Schönheit' (Beauty) (1923, sculptor Oskar Alexander Kiefer) (86 kb, 3 March 2009)
  125. Karlsruhe, Germany: Universität Karlsruhe, Fakultät für Mathematik: sculpture of sectioned sphere (104 kb, 3 March 2009)
  126. Karlsruhe, Germany: ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie): '9 Pfeiler / kopfüber' (1994, sculptor Werner Pokorny) (78 kb, 4 March 2009)
  127. Karlsruhe, Germany: ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie): 'Red Dog for Landois' (1987, sculptor Keith Haring) (66 kb, 4 March 2009)
  128. Kedlington, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Nathaniel and Jane Barnardiston memorial (he died 1653, she 1669) (71 kb, 13 September 2008)
  129. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, bird bath held up by two birds (95 kb, 19 July 2008)
  130. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, lizard fountain (56 kb, 19 July 2008)
  131. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, lizard fountain (80 kb, 19 July 2008)
  132. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Topiary Garden, guard dog / lion (95 kb, 19 July 2008)
  133. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Basilica of the Body of Christ: altar angel sculpture (95 kb, 24 July 2005)
  134. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: bulwar Czerwieński: Dżok (Jock) the Dog (2001, sculptor Bronisław Chromy) (91 kb, 24 July 2005)
  135. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of Saints Peter and Paul: apostle (110 kb, 24 July 2005)
  136. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Pauline Church on the Rock: altar sculpture (84 kb, 24 July 2005)
  137. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: plac Kossaka: World War II memorial (1992, sculptor Bronisław Chromy) (82 kb, 24 July 2005)
  138. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: plac Matejki: Battle of Grunwald monument detail (1910, restored 1976) (120 kb, 24 July 2005)
  139. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: plac Wolnica: wall sculpture commemorating arrival of Jews in Kraków (71 kb, 24 July 2005)
  140. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Wawel Hill: cathedral ambulatory sculpture detail (67 kb, 23 July 2005)
  141. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Wawel Hill: fire-breathing dragon (1972, sculptor Bronisław Chromy) (50 kb, 22 July 2005)
  142. Kyoto, Japan: Kiyomizu-Dera Temple: sculpture of a god (72 kb, 14 July 2006)
  143. Kyoto, Japan: Nijō-jō (Nijō) Castle: gate decoration (76 kb, 17 July 2006)
  144. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Copinger memorial (73 kb, 13 September 2008)
  145. London, England: 120 Fleet Street (former Daily Express Building): east wall sculpture (1932, designed by Robert Atkinson) (120 kb, 21 September 2002)
  146. London, England: British Museum: box panel with scene of Judas hanging himself and Jesus being crucified (Rome, about 420-430 AD) (91 kb, 16 April 2006)
  147. London, England: British Museum: brass cladding from Benin (probably 16th century) (94 kb, 2 May 2002)
  148. London, England: British Museum: brass cladding from Benin (probably 16th century) (97 kb, 3 July 2004)
  149. London, England: British Museum: detail of wooden casket with bone panels (first quarter of 15th century, from the Embriachi workshops) (89 kb, 3 July 2004)
  150. London, England: British Museum: diptych leaf with an apotheosis (Rome about AD 400) (88 kb, 16 April 2006)
  151. London, England: British Museum: diptych leaf with archangel (Constantinople, 6th century AD) (66 kb, 16 April 2006)
  152. London, England: British Museum: Egyptian coffin lid (c1300 BC) (74 kb, 2 May 2002)
  153. London, England: British Museum: ivory casket from Sri Lanka (about AD 1700) (79 kb, 15 February 2003)
  154. London, England: British Museum: ivory saltcellar from Benin or Nigeria (1400-1600) (68 kb, 2 May 2002)
  155. London, England: British Museum: ivory showing assault upon the Castle of Love (Paris, mid-14th century) (99 kb, 3 July 2004)
  156. London, England: British Museum: lion attacking ox (19th century cast of staircase carvings, Palace of Darius, Persopolis, Iran) (80 kb, 24 September 2007)
  157. London, England: British Museum: Lycurgus Cup (backlit) (4th century AD, probably carved in Rome) (60 kb, 3 July 2004)
  158. London, England: British Museum: Lycurgus Cup (backlit) (4th century AD, probably carved in Rome) (50 kb, 24 September 2007)
  159. London, England: British Museum: marble lion (from Knidos in Asia Minor, probably c 300 BC) (74 kb, 16 April 2006)
  160. London, England: British Museum: marble relief of a youth with his horse and dog (Roman, about AD 125, found at Hadrian's Villa, Tivoli) (53 kb, 4 December 2004)
  161. London, England: British Museum: Narasinha, the lion incarnation of Vishnu (about AD 950, Chola Dynasty, Tamil Nadu, south India) (45 kb, 5 July 2008)
  162. London, England: British Museum: panel with Bellerophon (possibly Constantinople, 5th century AD) (84 kb, 16 April 2006)
  163. London, England: British Museum: panel with the Nativity and the Adoration of the Magi (Holy Land, first half of the 6th century AD) (101 kb, 16 April 2006)
  164. London, England: British Museum: 'Red Heech' (2002, Parviz Tanavoli) (49 kb, 24 September 2007)
  165. London, England: British Museum: rock crystal skull (late 19th c forgery, originally thought to have been Aztec) (43 kb, 5 July 2008)
  166. London, England: British Museum: Rock Number 59 (2005-6, Zhan Wang) (102 kb, 5 July 2008)
  167. London, England: British Museum: stone vessel in the form of a monkey (Isla de Sacrificios, AD 900-1521) (55 kb, 4 December 2004)
  168. London, England: British Museum: stoneware figure of Budai (dated AD 1486, Ming dynasty, Henan Province, China) (61 kb, 5 July 2008)
  169. London, England: British Museum: swan's neck handle, Felix Hall Vase (Roman, 2nd century AD) (67 kb, 4 December 2004)
  170. London, England: Harmony House (Baden Powell Close, Dagenham): Sacred Space skylight (2000, architect F Alexander-Sefre) (111 kb, 15 September 2007)
  171. London, England: St Pancras Parish Church: 'Archangel Michael' (2004, Emily Young, installed in memory of the victims of the 7th July 2005 bombings and all victims of violence) (70 kb, 5 July 2008)
  172. London, England: St Pancras Station: statue of John Betjeman (2007, sculptor Martin Jennings) (69 kb, 5 July 2008)
  173. London, England: St Pancras Station: 'The Meeting Place' (2007, sculptor Paul Day) (91 kb, 5 July 2008)
  174. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: ivory Gospels cover (810, Aachen Court School, from Abbey of Lorsch) (83 kb, 16 April 2006)
  175. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: Adoration of the Magi (alabaster relief, c1350) (68 kb, 13 September 2008)
  176. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: Crucifixion reredos (1877, after painting by Albrecht Dürer) (98 kb, 13 September 2008)
  177. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: William Clopton tomb detail (died 1464) (since 1436 town of Hadleigh pays one red rose per annum as rent for guildhall and land for market) (45 kb, 13 September 2008)
  178. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: William Cordell tomb (died 1581) (85 kb, 13 September 2008)
  179. Malbork (Marienburg), Poland: castle: amber statue of Hermes (c 1600) (37 kb, 17 July 2005)
  180. Nara, Japan: guardian dog / lion (102 kb, 13 July 2006)
  181. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Kokuuzobosatsu (112 kb, 13 July 2006)
  182. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Koumokuten (80 kb, 13 July 2006)
  183. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Nyoirinkannon (102 kb, 13 July 2006)
  184. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Tamonten (82 kb, 13 July 2006)
  185. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: untitled circular sculpture (1971, Donald Judd) (116 kb, 24 July 2008)
  186. New York City, NY: 49 West 49th Street (30 Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center): 'Transmission' (c1934, Leo Friedlander) (59 kb, 3 January 2008)
  187. New York City, NY: 49 West 49th Street (30 Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center): 'Transmission' (c1934, Leo Friedlander) (52 kb, 3 January 2008)
  188. New York City, NY: 50 Rockefeller Plaza (Bank of America, formerly Associated Press Building, Rockefeller Center): 'News' (sculpture over door) (1940, Isamu Noguchi) (57 kb, 18 March 2007)
  189. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: ivory brush holder (China, 18th century) (46 kb, 4 January 2008)
  190. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: ivory table screen (China, 18th century) (51 kb, 4 January 2008)
  191. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: marble base for the front of a funerary couch (China, late 6th-early 7th century) (93 kb, 4 January 2008)
  192. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: marble sarcophagus (Dionysos on a panther with his attendants) (Roman, about AD220-230) (78 kb, 4 January 2008)
  193. New York City, NY: Rockefeller Plaza (Rockefeller Center): 'Maiden' (part of 'Mankind') (1934, Paul Manship) (87 kb, 3 January 2008)
  194. New York City, NY: Rockefeller Plaza (Rockefeller Center): 'Youth' (part of 'Mankind') (1934, Paul Manship) (99 kb, 3 January 2008)
  195. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue): 'Sphere within a Sphere' ('Sfera con Sfera') (1995, sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro) (92 kb, 18 March 2007)
  196. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Achter de Smidstraat: Omgevingsvormgeving (1983, Christiaan Paul Damste/) (124 kb, 27 March 2009)
  197. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Belvedere (Hunnerpark): Stadswapen (relief over door, 1888 copy by Henry Leeuw sr. and Henry Leew jr. of 1646 original) (113 kb, 27 March 2009)
  198. Nijmegen, Netherlands: De Waagh (Weigh House, Grote Markt 26): lion (86 kb, 26 March 2009)
  199. Nijmegen, Netherlands: De Waagh (Weigh House, Grote Markt 26): shield (113 kb, 26 March 2009)
  200. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Doddendaal 20-124: Tronende madonna (throned madonna) (1950, Joop Goldenbeld) (82 kb, 27 March 2009)
  201. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Grote Markt: 'Mariken van Nieumeghen' (1956, sculptor Vera Tummers-van Hasselt) (93 kb, 26 March 2009)
  202. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Hertogplein: 'Schikgodinnen' (1974, sculptor Oscar Goedhart) (103 kb, 27 March 2009)
  203. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Kitty de Wijzeplaats: Joods monument (Memorial for the Jews) (1995, sculptor Paul de Swaaf) (100 kb, 27 March 2009)
  204. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Kronenburg State (Kronenburgersingel 233-267A): 'Boom van Dicky' (1992, Dicky Brand) (78 kb, 26 March 2009)
  205. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Museum het Valkhof (Kelfkensbos): entrance area (1995-1999, UNStudio, Ben van Berkel) (with sculpture 'De Godenpijler', 'God Pillar', 2006, Ram Katzir) (88 kb, 26 March 2009)
  206. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Nassausingel: 'Dame met stola' (1966, sculptor Pieter d'Hont) (114 kb, 26 March 2009)
  207. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Nederlandsche Bank (formerly) (Klein Mariënburg): 'Het Geldverkeer'' (the money changers) (1954, sculptor Charles Hammes; building architect Ir. H.T. Zwiers) (99 kb, 26 March 2009)
  208. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Petrus Canisiuskerk (Molenstraat 37): mother and child (1959, sculptor Jan Vaes; building architect J. Coumans, W. Van Deal and A. Siebers) (140 kb, 26 March 2009)
  209. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Plein 1944: Mercury (1951, sculptor Jac Maris) (95 kb, 26 March 2009)
  210. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Plein 1944: war memorial (1951, Jac Maris) (120 kb, 27 March 2009)
  211. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Sint Stevenskerkhof: Afsluitpaal 'De Gehelmde Wachter' (bollard, 1977, sculptor Ben van Pinxteren) (85 kb, 27 March 2009)
  212. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Sint Stevenskerkhof: 'Het raadsel van Nijmegen' (1974, Oscar Goedhart) (88 kb, 27 March 2009)
  213. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Sint Stevenskerkhof: 'Moenen' (1968, sculptor Piet Killaars) (76 kb, 26 March 2009)
  214. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stadhuis (Burchstraat 20): Mariabeeld (Madonna and child) (1953, sculptor Albert Termote) (92 kb, 27 March 2009)
  215. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stieltjesstraat: 'De blauwe diender' (blue policeman) (2000, sculptor Ronald Tolman) (90 kb, 26 March 2009)
  216. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stikke Hezelstraat: sculpture (1978, Oscar Goedhart) (97 kb, 26 March 2009)
  217. Nijmegen, Netherlands: train station (Stationsplein): female relief (1953, sculptor Jo Uiterwaal) (86 kb, 26 March 2009)
  218. Nijmegen, Netherlands: train station (Stationsplein): male relief (1953, sculptor Jo Uiterwaal) (83 kb, 27 March 2009)
  219. Nijmegen, Netherlands: train station (Stationsplein): relief (1955, sculptor Charles Hammes) (67 kb, 26 March 2009)
  220. Nijmegen, Netherlands: train station (Stationsplein): three standing figures (1953, sculptor Jo Uiterwaal) (87 kb, 26 March 2009)
  221. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: Vliegende engelen (flying angels) (1964, sculptor Auke Hettema) (88 kb, 27 March 2009)
  222. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Van Schaeck Mathonsingel 12: De Barmhartige Samaritaan (good Samaritan) (1949, Pieter d'Hont) (75 kb, 27 March 2009)
  223. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Voerweg: Billennium monument (1987, sculptor Raf Verjans) (79 kb, 27 March 2009)
  224. Nikkō, Japan: Rinnō-ji Temple: dragon fountain (in rain) (100 kb, 21 July 2006)
  225. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Nio-mon Gate, warrior god (67 kb, 21 July 2006)
  226. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Nio-mon Gate, warrior god (67 kb, 21 July 2006)
  227. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Niten-mon Gate, God of Thunder (66 kb, 21 July 2006)
  228. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Niten-mon Gate, God of Wind (72 kb, 21 July 2006)
  229. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Niten-mon Gate, guardian dog / lion (71 kb, 21 July 2006)
  230. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Yasha-mon Gate (Peony Gate) detail (115 kb, 21 July 2006)
  231. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Yasha-mon Gate (Peony Gate), a god (67 kb, 21 July 2006)
  232. Nikkō, Japan: Tōshō-gū Shrine: Shinkyūsha (Sacred Stable), three monkeys ('hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil') (87 kb, 21 July 2006)
  233. Nikkō, Japan: Tōshō-gū Shrine: Yōmei-mon Gate (Gate of Sunlight), ancient warrior (89 kb, 21 July 2006)
  234. Nikkō, Japan: Tōshō-gū Shrine: Yōmei-mon Gate (Gate of Sunlight), guardian dog / lion (76 kb, 21 July 2006)
  235. Nikkō, Japan: Tōshō-gū Shrine: Yōmei-mon Gate (Gate of Sunlight), guardian dogs / lions (76 kb, 21 July 2006)
  236. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Great Blue Heron (1987, by Elliot Offner) (with real turtle) (109 kb, 13 June 2002)
  237. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: The Owl (1962, by Leonard Baskin) (128 kb, 17 September 2004)
  238. Oxford, England: Sheldonian Theatre: 'Emperor's Head' bust (originally 1868 but replaced 1972, carved by Michael Black) (76 kb, 25 May 2006)
  239. Paris, France: 102 Boulevard Brune: woman and dog (sculptor Albert David) (88 kb, 19 November 2007)
  240. Paris, France: 102 Boulevard Brune: woman and dove (sculptor Albert David) (86 kb, 19 November 2007)
  241. Paris, France: 20 bis Rue d'Alésia: figures surrounding window (87 kb, 19 November 2007)
  242. Paris, France: 67 Boulevard Raspail: sculpture (1913, architect Leon Tissier, sculptor Henri Bouchard) (71 kb, 13 October 2004)
  243. Paris, France: Fondation Biermans-Lapôtre (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): bas-relief (1927, sculptor M. Gaumont, architect Armand Gueritte) (60 kb, 19 November 2007)
  244. Paris, France: Fondation Biermans-Lapôtre (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): bas-relief (1927, sculptor M. Gaumont, architect Armand Gueritte) (65 kb, 19 November 2007)
  245. Paris, France: Gobelins tapestry factory: goat head (76 kb, 1 April 2004)
  246. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg: sculpture ('Cheval', by Heather Jansch) (130 kb, 4 April 2004)
  247. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg: sculpture ('La trajectoire de l'écureil', by Anne Delfieu) (149 kb, 4 April 2004)
  248. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg: sculpture ('La Yourte', by Serge Mansau) (108 kb, 4 April 2004)
  249. Paris, France: Les Salons du Pré Catelan, Bois de Boulogne: wall panel (1906, by J.V. Badin) (79 kb, 4 April 2004)
  250. Paris, France: Les Salons du Pré Catelan, Bois de Boulogne: wall panel (1906, by J.V. Badin) (65 kb, 4 April 2004)
  251. Paris, France: Maison du Cambodge (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): bas-relief (1957, architect François Audoul; restored 2003, architect Patrick Magendie) (60 kb, 19 November 2007)
  252. Paris, France: Place Georges Mulot: fountain detail (93 kb, 13 October 2006)
  253. Paris, France: Place St Sulpice, Fontaine des Quatre Évêques: lion sculpture (1847, architect Ludovico Visconti) (84 kb, 14 October 2006)
  254. Paris, France: Résidence Lucien Paye (originally Maison de la France d'Outre-Mer) (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): bas-relief, 'La Legénde' (1951, sculptor Anna Quinquaud, architect Albert Laprade) (73 kb, 19 November 2007)
  255. Paris, France: Résidence Lucien Paye (originally Maison de la France d'Outre-Mer) (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): bas-relief, 'La Tradition' (1951, sculptor Anna Quinquaud, architect Albert Laprade) (75 kb, 19 November 2007)
  256. Paris, France: Square Félix Desruelles (Boulevard Saint Germain): sculpture (1900, architect Ch. Risler, sculptor J. Loutan) (119 kb, 13 October 2004)
  257. Paris, France: Square Félix Desruelles (Boulevard Saint Germain): sculpture (1900, architect Ch. Risler, sculptor J. Loutan) (84 kb, 13 October 2004)
  258. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: Chapel of St. Oswald altar (100 kb, 8 December 2007)
  259. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: 'Construction in the Third and Fourth Dimensions' (executed 1962, installed 1972, sculptor Antoine Pevsner) (87 kb, 22 July 2008)
  260. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: 'Cubi XIII (executed 1963, installed 1969, sculptor David Smith) (108 kb, 22 July 2008)
  261. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: 'Five Disks, One Empty' (executed 1969-1970, installed 1971, Alexander Calder) (61 kb, 22 July 2008)
  262. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: 'Fountain of Freedom', Scudder Plaza (1966, James Fitzgerald) (135 kb, 22 July 2008)
  263. Rastatt, Germany: Schloßpark: umbrella fountain and accompanying sculpture (98 kb, 18 April 2008)
  264. Rome, Italy: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major): Assumption of the Virgin, baptistry (sculptor Pietro Bernini) (83 kb, 17 December 2006)
  265. Rome, Italy: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major): Pauline Chapel, statue of Pius XII (78 kb, 17 December 2006)
  266. Rome, Italy: Colonna Traiana (Trajan's Column): east side detail (erected in 113 AD, designed by Apollodorus of Damascus) (87 kb, 17 December 2006)
  267. Rome, Italy: Colonna Traiana (Trajan's Column): east side detail (erected in 113 AD, designed by Apollodorus of Damascus) (92 kb, 17 December 2006)
  268. Rome, Italy: Colonna Traiana (Trajan's Column): east side detail (erected in 113 AD, designed by Apollodorus of Damascus) (95 kb, 17 December 2006)
  269. Rome, Italy: Colonna Traiana (Trajan's Column): east side detail (erected in 113 AD, designed by Apollodorus of Damascus) (97 kb, 17 December 2006)
  270. Rome, Italy: Colonna Traiana (Trajan's Column): east side detail (erected in 113 AD, designed by Apollodorus of Damascus) (98 kb, 17 December 2006)
  271. Rome, Italy: Colosseo (Colosseum): urn (vase) with the Recovery of Patroclus (alabaster, 2nd century BC, from Volterra) (84 kb, 17 December 2006)
  272. Rome, Italy: Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain): central figure representing the Ocean (1732-1760s, Nicolà Salvi) (86 kb, 17 December 2006)
  273. Rome, Italy: Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain): overall view (1732-1760s, Nicolà Salvi) (94 kb, 17 December 2006)
  274. Rome, Italy: Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain): sea horse and triton emerging from water (1732-1760s, Nicolà Salvi) (85 kb, 17 December 2006)
  275. Rome, Italy: Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II: allegorical figure representing Adriatic Sea (1885-1911, monument by Giuseppe Sacconi) (103 kb, 17 December 2006)
  276. Rome, Italy: Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II: allegorical figure representing Tyrrhenian Sea (1885-1911, monument by Giuseppe Sacconi) (97 kb, 17 December 2006)
  277. Rome, Italy: Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II: winged lion (1885-1911, monument by Giuseppe Sacconi) (60 kb, 17 December 2006)
  278. Rome, Italy: Palatino: wall sculpture of mythical winged creature (111 kb, 17 December 2006)
  279. Rome, Italy: Palazzo Senatorio: sculpture representing the Nile (from Constantine's bath on the Quirnal) (85 kb, 15 December 2006)
  280. Rome, Italy: Palazzo Senatorio: sculpture representing the Tiber (was the Tigris but tiger's head was replaced by wolf's head) (from Constantine's bath on the Quirnal) (77 kb, 15 December 2006)
  281. Rome, Italy: Piazza della Rotonda: sea creatures (fountain designed in 1578 by Giacomo Della Porta) (92 kb, 17 December 2006)
  282. Rome, Italy: Piazza della Rotonda: sea creatures (fountain designed in 1578 by Giacomo Della Porta) (83 kb, 17 December 2006)
  283. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Moro (Fountain of the Moor): central figure (fountain 16th century, sculpture 1653, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini) (78 kb, 17 December 2006)
  284. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Moro (Fountain of the Moor): sea creatures (fountain 16th century, sculpture 19th century) (69 kb, 17 December 2006)
  285. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Moro (Fountain of the Moor): triton (fountain 16th century, sculpture 19th century) (74 kb, 17 December 2006)
  286. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Nettuno (Fountain of Neptune): Neptune spearing octopus (sculpture 19th century) (78 kb, 17 December 2006)
  287. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Nettuno (Fountain of Neptune): sea creature (sculpture 19th century) (78 kb, 17 December 2006)
  288. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Nettuno (Fountain of Neptune): seahorse emerging from water (sculpture 19th century) (75 kb, 17 December 2006)
  289. Rome, Italy: Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II: allegorical figures (opened 1911, bridge designed by Ennio De Rossi) (63 kb, 16 December 2006)
  290. Rome, Italy: Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II: allegorical figures (opened 1911, bridge designed by Ennio De Rossi) (49 kb, 16 December 2006)
  291. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria d'Aracoeli: wood pulpit detail (perhaps executed on basis of drawing by Gian Lorenzo Bernini) (85 kb, 15 December 2006)
  292. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria sopra Minerva: marble elephant under obelisk in front of church (1667, probably designed by Giuseppe Paglia, sculpted by Ercole Ferrata) (called Minerva's Chick) (67 kb, 17 December 2006)
  293. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria sopra Minerva: monument detail (61 kb, 15 December 2006)
  294. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria sopra Minerva: tomb of Ottaviano Ubaldino (1700) (90 kb, 15 December 2006)
  295. Rome, Italy: Sant'Agnese in Agone: detail, martyrdom of Santa Emerenziana (1668-1709, Ercole Ferrata) (81 kb, 15 December 2006)
  296. Rome, Italy: Sant'Agnese in Agone: Sant'Agnese in the flames (1660, Ercole Ferrata) (56 kb, 15 December 2006)
  297. Rome, Italy: Sant'Ignazio: funeral monument to Gregory XV and Cardinal Ludovico Ludovisi (1709-1717, Pierre Le Gros and Pierre Etienne Monnot) (102 kb, 17 December 2006)
  298. Rome, Italy: Via degli Staderari: fountain with books and stag's head decoration (74 kb, 17 December 2006)
  299. Rome, Italy: Via della Conciliazione: dragon fountain (65 kb, 16 December 2006)
  300. Rome, Italy: Via San Pio X: Great War (World War I) monument (99 kb, 16 December 2006)
  301. Trumpington, England: War Memorial: relief of (Great War) soldier (1921-1922, Eric Gill) (96 kb, 20 August 2008)
  302. Trumpington, England: War Memorial: relief of Mother and Child (1921-1922, Eric Gill) (89 kb, 20 August 2008)
  303. Trumpington, England: War Memorial: relief of St George (1921-1922, Eric Gill) (94 kb, 20 August 2008)
  304. Trumpington, England: War Memorial: relief of St Michael (1921-1922, Eric Gill) (75 kb, 20 August 2008)
  305. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Altar of St Leo the Great (Chapel of the Column) (Meeting of St Leo the Great with Attila) (1653, Alessandro Algardi) (87 kb, 16 December 2006)
  306. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Clement X monument, skull decoration (monument designer Mattia de' Rossi) (73 kb, 16 December 2006)
  307. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Clement XIII Monument, lion (1792, Antonio Canova) (71 kb, 16 December 2006)
  308. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Clement XIII Monument, Triumph of Religion (1792, Antonio Canova) (68 kb, 16 December 2006)
  309. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): column decoration of angels and Saint Alexander (69 kb, 16 December 2006)
  310. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Gregory XIII monument, dragon (1715-1723, Camillo Rusconi) (67 kb, 16 December 2006)
  311. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): holy water stoup, with angels (77 kb, 16 December 2006)
  312. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Innocent XII monument (1746, Filippo della Valle) (93 kb, 16 December 2006)
  313. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): statue of Charlemagne (1725, Agostino Cornacchini) (81 kb, 16 December 2006)
  314. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): statue of St Paul (1838, Adamo Tadolini) (64 kb, 16 December 2006)
  315. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Stuart Monument detail (1817-1819, Antonio Canova) (57 kb, 16 December 2006)
  316. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): The Martyrdom of Saint Peter (bronze door panel, 1445, Antonio Averulino, called Il Filarete) (108 kb, 16 December 2006)
  317. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Belvedere Apollo (2nd century Roman copy of 4th century BC bronze sculpture of artist from Attica) (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (41 kb, 16 December 2006)
  318. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: boxer Damozenos (1800, Antonio Canova) (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (54 kb, 16 December 2006)
  319. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: boxer Kreugas (1800, Antonio Canova) (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (54 kb, 16 December 2006)
  320. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: detail, Constantina's sarcophagus (sculpted around 340 in Egypt for daughter of Constantine) (Sala a Croce Greca, Greek Cross Room) (87 kb, 16 December 2006)
  321. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Ganymede with eagle (Roman version of statuary type of first Hellenistic era, from Quadraro estate on Via Labicana, 1780) (Chiaramonti Museum) (38 kb, 16 December 2006)
  322. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: giant pine cone (gilt bronze, originally a Roman fountain dating from 1st or 2nd century AD) (Cortile della Pigna, Courtyard of the Pine Cone) (71 kb, 16 December 2006)
  323. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: God Anumbis (from Anzio, Roman Imperial Period, 1st-2nd century AD) (Egyptian Museum) (54 kb, 16 December 2006)
  324. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: lion (Egyptian, Dynasty XXX, 4th century BC) (Egyptian Museum) (90 kb, 16 December 2006)
  325. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: lioness goddess Sekhmet enthroned (from Temple of Mut at Karnak, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII, reign of Amenofis III, 1390-1352 BC) (Egyptian Museum) (82 kb, 16 December 2006)
  326. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Meleager (1st century AD Roman copy of 4th century BC Greek original attributed to Skopas) (Sala degli Animali, Hall of Animals) (56 kb, 16 December 2006)
  327. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Persius with head of Medusa (1801, by Antonio Canova) (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (33 kb, 16 December 2006)
  328. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: reclining figure and sarcophagus with battle scene (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (80 kb, 16 December 2006)
  329. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: reclining statue of river Nile (from Rome, Roman Imperial Period, late 1st century AD) (Egyptian Museum) (67 kb, 16 December 2006)
  330. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Venus Felix (Roman version of a Venus by Praxiteles dating from mid-4th century BC, the face of this statue is a portrait of a 2nd century empress, either Faustina, the wife of Marcus Aurelius, or her daughter-in-law Crispina, wife of Commodus) (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (43 kb, 16 December 2006)
  331. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: wood panel (Sala di Costantino, Hall of Constantine) (103 kb, 16 December 2006)
  332. Washington, DC: 15th Street NW: Boy Scout Memorial (1964, sculptor Donald DeLue) (120 kb, 20 March 2007)
  333. Washington, DC: Arlington Memorial Bridge: sculpture 'Aspiration and Literature' (commissioned 1925, designs approved 1933, erected 1951, sculptor James Earle Fraser) (65 kb, 20 March 2007)
  334. Washington, DC: Arlington Memorial Bridge: sculpture 'Music and Harvest' (commissioned 1925, designs approved 1933, erected 1951, sculptor James Earle Fraser) (57 kb, 20 March 2007)
  335. Washington, DC: Korean War Monument: statues (1995, Frank Gaylord) (146 kb, 20 March 2007)
  336. Washington, DC: Lincoln Memorial: Abraham Lincoln (1914-1922, sculptor Daniel Chester French, architect Henry Bacon) (41 kb, 20 March 2007)
  337. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art East Building (Madison Drive NW): Oriforme (1962/1977, Jean Arp) (86 kb, 20 March 2007)
  338. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Cheval Rouge (Red Horse) (1974, Alexander Calder) (83 kb, 20 March 2007)
  339. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Cluster of Four Cubes (1992, George Rickey) (88 kb, 20 March 2007)
  340. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Cubi XXVI (1965, David Smith) (146 kb, 20 March 2007)
  341. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Four-Sided Pyramid (1997, Sol Lewitt) (75 kb, 20 March 2007)
  342. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Thinker on a Rock (1997, Barry Flanagan) (169 kb, 20 March 2007)
  343. Washington, DC: Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Behring Center: sculpture 'Infinity' (1967, José de Rivera) (48 kb, 20 March 2007)
  344. Washington, DC: Union Station (Massachusetts Avenue): Christopher Columbus Memorial Fountain (1912, statue Lorado Z. Taft, fountain Daniel Burnham) (55 kb, 20 March 2007)
  345. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: frog fountain ('Water's Edge', 1997, André Harvey) (in Enchanted Woods) (66 kb, 20 July 2008)
  346. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: turtles (2001, André Harvey) (in Enchanted Woods) (128 kb, 20 July 2008)
  347. Wrexham, Wales: Parish Church of St Giles: memorial to Mary Middleton (c1750, sculptor Louis François Roubiliac; many pieces fallen) (68 kb, 15 October 2005)
  348. Yokohama, Japan: Chinatown (Chūkagai): gate (87 kb, 20 July 2006)
  349. Yokohama, Japan: Chinatown (Chūkagai): gate (131 kb, 20 July 2006)
  350. Yokohama, Japan: Kantei-byō Temple: gate (132 kb, 20 July 2006)
  351. Yokohama, Japan: Kantei-byō Temple: guardian dog / lion (74 kb, 20 July 2006)
  352. Zakopane, Poland: old cemetery: wooden grave marker (100 kb, 22 July 2005)
  353. Zakopane, Poland: old cemetery: wooden grave marker (92 kb, 22 July 2005)