List of public art in Washington, D.C., Ward 6

This is a list of public art in Ward 6 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 6

Title Artist Year Location/GPS Coordinates Material Dimensions Owner Image
Victims of Communism Memorial Tiananmen Square protesters of 1989, statue recreated by Thomas Marsh June 12, 2007 (dedication) Massachusetts and New Jersey Avenues and G Street, N.W.

Bronze 10 feet tall (3 m) Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation
National Japanese American Memorial To Patriotism During World War II Nina Akumu & Paul Matisse 2000 Louisiana Ave., New Jersey Ave. & D St., N.W.

Bronze & barbed wire National Park Service[1]
George Gordon Meade Memorial Charles Grafly 1927 Constitution Ave. & Pennsylvania Ave, N.W. [2][3][4]
District Building Allegorical Roofline Figures Adolfo Nesti ca. 1907–1908 1350 E St., N.W. Washington Marble 28 figures. Each figure: H. 8 ft. John A. Wilson Building[5][6]
American Legion Freedom Bell Unknown 1975 Union Station Bronze & Concrete 8 tons National Park Service[7]
The Progress of Railroading Louis Saint-Gaudens Union Station [8]
Senate Garage Fountain N. Capital & D St., N.E. Granite [9]
John Philip Sousa Terry Jones 2005 7th St. & Virginia Ave., S.E. Bronze [10]
Peace Monument Franklin Simmons 1877 Peace Circle Marble Approx. 40 × 10 × 10 ft. Architect of the Capitol[11]
Ulysses S. Grant Memorial Henry Shrady, Edmond Amateis & Sherry Edmundson Fry 1912–1920 Union Square at The National Mall Bronze & Marble Equestrian statue of Grant: approx. 17 ft. 2 in. × 8 ft. × 4 ft.; Base: approx. 22½ ft. × 6 ft. 4 ft.; Platform: approx. W. 252 ft. D. 71 ft. (10,700 lbs.). United States Department of the Interior[12]
John J. Pershing General of the Armies Robert White 1983 Pershing Park Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 108 × 28 × 28 in.; Base: approx. 51 × 53 × 53 in.; Wall facing rear of sculpture: approx. H. 10 ft. W. 3 ft. L. 31½ ft.; Wall facing left side of sculpture: approx. H. 10 ft. W. 3 ft. L. 49 ft. United States Department of the Interior[13]
Bulletin Building Reliefs Charles Sullivan 1928 717 6th Street, N.W. Stone 4 reliefs. Overall facade area: approx. 37 × 25 ft. 717 6th Street Associates[14]
Grand Army of the Republic Memorial (Stephenson) J. Massey Rhind 1909 Indiana Plaza Bronze, Granite & Concrete Shaft: approx. H. 25 ft.; Base: approx. H. 2 ft. United States Department of the Interior[15]
Friendship Archway Alfred H. Liu 1985 Chinatown Steel, Ceramic, Marble, Wood, Metal or Concrete, Gold Leaf & Granite Overall: approx. H. 47 ft. 7 in. × W. 75 ft. (128 tons). Office of Business and Economic Development[16]
Government Printing Office Workers Armin Scheler 1937 United States Government Printing Office Cast stone 3 reliefs. Each relief: approx. 9 ft. × 5 ft. × 6 in. General Services Administration[17]
Titanic Memorial Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney & John Horrigan 1926 Waterfront Park, 4th & P St., S.W. Granite & Concrete Sculpture: approx. 12 × 8 × 2 ft.; Base: approx. 5½ × 4 × 4 ft.; Platform: approx. W. 50 ft. × D. 13 ft. United States Department of the Interior[18]
Literature, Science, Art Bela Pratt 1895 Library of Congress Granite Library of Congress[19]
The Court of Neptune Fountain Roland Hinton Perry 1897–1898 Library of Congress Bronze & Granite Basin: W. 50 ft.; Figures range from: H. 10 ft. to H. 12 ft. Architect of the Capitol[20]
Andrew W. Mellon Memorial Fountain Sidney Waugh & Otto Eggers 1949–1951 Constitution Ave & 6th St. at Pennsylvania Ave, N.W. Bronze, Granite & Quartz Fountain: approx. Diam: 38 ft.; Base: approx. 66 ft. United States Department of the Interior[21]
Robert A. Taft Memorial Wheeler Williams 1958 United States Capitol

Bronze, Granite & Marble Figure: approx. 12 × 3½ × 2 ft.; Base: approx. 5½ × 4½ × 3 ft.; Tower: approx. 100 × 32 × 11 ft. Architect of the Capitol[22]
Justice and History Thomas Crawford Original 1863

Replacement 1974

United States Capitol – Senate Wing Marble Overall: 3 ft. 10 in. × 11 ft. 2 in. × 2 ft. 2 in. United States Capitol[23]
Decorative Wreath Panels Paul Manship 1959–1960 United States Capitol Marble United States Capitol[24]
Lyndon Baines Johnson Megalith Harold Vogel 1975 Lady Bird Johnson Park Granite Approx. 19 × 7 × 7 ft. United States Department of the Interior[25]
Reverence Deirdre Saunder 1991 701 Maryland Avenue, N.E. Painted metal Sculpture: approx. 7 ft. × 3 ft. 9 in. × 1/2 in.; Base: approx. 5½ in. × 2 ft. 10 in. × 1 ft. 3 in. DC Art/Works[26]
The Bex Eagle Lorenzo Ghiglieri 1982 Pershing Park Silicon Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 40½ × 50 × 33 in.; Base: approx. 4 ft. 11 in. × 2 ft. 8 in. × 2 ft. 8 in. United States Department of the Interior[27]
Social Security Relief Panels Emma Lu Davis & Henry Kreis 1941 United States Department of Health and Human Services Granite 3 Panels. Relief: approx. H. 7½ ft. W. 6½. General Services Administration[28][29][30]
Railroad Retirement Robert Kittredge 1941 United States Department of Health and Human Services Granite Relief: approx. 9 ft. × 8 ft. × 6 in. General Services Administration[31]
Shorepoints I James Rosati 1977 United States Department of Health and Human Services Painted Aluminum Approx. H. 9 ft. W. 20 ft. General Services Administration[32]
Railroad Employment Robert Kittredge 1941 330 C. St, S.W., South Building Red granite Relief: approx. 9 ft. × 8 ft. × 6 in. General Services Administration[33]
Urban Life John Gregory 1939–1942 Municipal Center, 300 Indiana Avenue, N.W., West Entrance Granite Relief: approx. 12 ft. × 11 ft. × 15 in. Department of Administrative Services[34]
Health and Welfare Hildreth Meiere 1941 Municipal Center, 300 Indiana Avenue, N.W., West Entrance Ceramic Mural: approx. H. 8 ft. × W. 81 ft. Department of Administrative Services[35]
Democracy in Action Waylande Gregory 1941 Municipal Center, 300 Indiana Avenue, N.W., West Courtyard High-fire ceramic clay in terra cotta. Relief: approx. H. 8 ft. × L. 81 ft. Department of Administrative Services[36]
Heating Plant Machinery Paul Philippe Cret 1933 Central Heating & Refrigeration Plant, 13th St. between C & D St. 5 reliefs. Four reliefs: approx. H. 1½ ft. W. 2 ft.; One relief: approx. H. 14 ft. W. 7 ft. General Services Administration[37]
Abstract Wyten 1989 820 1st St., N.W. Painted Metal Sculpture: approx. 9 × 9 × 9 ft. Unknown[38]
The Maine Lobsterman Victor Kahill 1981 Water St. & 6th St., S.W.

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 5 × 2 × 3½ ft.; Boulder: approx. H. 4 ft.; Flat stone block base: approx. W. 4½ ft. D. 8 ft. United States Department of the Interior[39]
John Marshall: Chief Justice of the United States William Wetmore Story ca. 1920 C St. & 3rd St., N.W.

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 6 ft. 10 in. × 4 ft. 10 in. × 7 ft. 10 in.; Base: 5 ft. 4 in.x 4 ft. 10 in. 7 ft. General Services Administration[40]
Torch of Learning Edward Pearce Casey 1893 Library of Congress Gilded Copper Sculpture: approx. H. 15 ft. W. 4½ ft.; Base: approx. W. 6½ ft. Architect of the Capitol[41]
Ethnological Heads William Boyd, Henry Jackson Ellicott & Otis Mason 1891 Library of Congress Granite 33 keystone heads. Each: approx. H. 18 in. W. 12 in. Architect of the Capitol[42]
Pension Building Frieze Caspar Buberl 1883 National Building Museum

Terra cotta approx. H. 3 ft. D. 4 in. L. 1,200 ft. National Building Museum[43]
The Torch of Freedom Felix de Weldon 1976 Constitution Ave. & 2nd St. at Maryland Ave., N.E. Bronze, Granite & Marble Sculpture: approx. H. 35 ft. W. 7 ft.; Base: approx. H. 1 in. W. 9 ft. [44]
The Evolution of Justice Doors John James Donnelly 1935 United States Supreme Court Building Bronze Overall: approx. H. 17 ft. W. 9½ ft. (3,000 lbs.). Architect of the Capitol[45]
The Old Brick Capitol Plaque 1950 United States Supreme Court Building Architect of the Capitol[46]
Justice, the Guardian of Liberty Hermon Atkins MacNeil 1935 United States Supreme Court Building Marble approx. H. 18 ft. W. 60 ft. Architect of the Capitol[47]
Figure of Puck over Fountain and Pool Brenda Putnam 1932 Folger Shakespeare Library Marble Sculpture: approx. H. 46 in. × W. 35 in. Folger Shakespeare Library[48]
Tragedy and Comedy Paul Philippe Cret 1932 Folger Shakespeare Library Marble 2 reliefs. Each: approx. H. 2 ft. W. 2 ft. Folger Shakespeare Library[49]
Scenes from Shakespeare John Gregory 1932 Folger Shakespeare Library

Marble 9 reliefs. Each: W. 72 in. × H. 62 in. Folger Shakespeare Library[50]
The Lone Sailor Stanley Bleifeld 1986 United States Navy Memorial

Bronze & Granite 2 parts. Figure: approx. 7 ft. 1 in. × 32 in. × 27 in.; Base: approx. H. 2 in. W. 32 in.; Duffel bag: approx. 46 × 24 × 43 in.; Base: approx. 3 × 21 × 30 in. United States Department of the Interior[51]
United States Navy Memorial 1987 United States Navy Memorial

Bronze & Granite United States Department of the Interior
Emancipation Memorial Thomas Ball 1875 Lincoln Park

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 9 × 6 × 4 ft.; Base: approx. 9 × 12 × 10 ft. United States Department of the Interior[52]
General Winfield Scott Hancock Henry Jackson Ellicott 1896 7th St & Pennsylvania Ave.

Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 9 ft. W. 7 ft.; Upper base: approx. 4 ft.x 19 ft. 4 in. × 3 ft. 8 in. Diam . 25 ft.; Lower base: approx. W. 10 ft. L. 17 ft. D. 1 ft. 5 in. United States Department of the Interior[53]
Columbus Door Randolph Rogers 1860 United States Capitol Bronze 16 ft. 8 in. × 9 ft. 9 in. United States Capitol[54]
War and Peace E. Luigi Persico, Paul Manship 1835, Replacement: 1960 United States Capitol Marble Sculptures: approx. H. 10 ft.; Base: approx. H. 4 ft. Diam. 45 in. United States Capitol[55][56]
James A. Garfield Monument John Quincy Adams Ward 1887 United States Capitol

Bronze Overall: approx. H. 25 ft.; Garfield: approx. H. 9 ft.; Seated figures on base: approx. H. 5 ft. Architect of the Capitol[57]
Eagles Frederick Roth 1934 Interstate Commerce Commission Limestone General Services Administration[58]
Intercommunication Between Continents of America and Asia Sidney Waugh Interstate Commerce Commission Limestone 10 ft. × 45 ft. General Services Administration[59]
Security of the Mails Joseph E. Renier 1934 Interstate Commerce Commission Limestone 3½ ft. General Services Administration[60]
Spirit of Progress and Civilization Pediment Adolph Weinman 1934 Interstate Commerce Commission, 13th St. Facade Limestone 12 ft. × 67 ft. General Services Administration[61]
The Recorder of the Archives James Earle Fraser 1935 National Archives and Records Administration, 7th & Pennsylvania Ave. Limestone H. 8 ft. National Archives and Records Administration[62]
Medallions on National Archives James Earle Fraser, Robert Ingersoll Aitken & Ulysses Ricci 1934 National Archives and Records Administration, 7th & Pennsylvania Ave. Indiana Limestone 13 medallions. Each medallion: Diam. 8 ft. National Archives and Records Administration[63]
Acroterion Eagles James Earle Fraser, Robert Ingersoll Aitken & Ulysses Ricci National Archives and Records Administration Limestone National Archives and Records Administration[64]
John Philip Sousa Monument Unknown ca. 1933 Congressional Cemetery Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery[10]
Walter Jones Memorial Unknown Congressional Cemetery Marble Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery[65]
General Alexander Macomb Monument Unknown 1941 Congressional Cemetery – NE Section, Range 55, Site 147 Marble & Granite Obelisk: approx. H. 78 in.; Shaft: approx. 22 × 40 × 40 in.; Base: approx. 14 × 42 × 42 in. Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery[66]
Taza (Burial Marker) Doug Hyde 1971 Congressional Cemetery Stone & Granite Sculpture: approx. 1 ft. 6 in. × 1 ft. 6 in. × 8 in.; Base: approx. 4 in. × 2 ft. × 10 in. Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery[67]
Latrobe Cenotaphs Benjamin Henry Latrobe 1816–1877 Congressional Cemetery Sandstone Over 100. Each: H. 4½ ft. Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery[68]
Lieutenant John T. McLaughlin Monument Struthers & Company 1847 Congressional Cemetery – SE Section, Range 50, Site 253 Marble Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery[69]
Arsenal Monument Lot Flannery 1865 Congressional Cemetery – NW Section, Range 97, Section 142

Marble, Granite Sculpture: 25 ft. × 5 ft. 6 in. × 5 ft. 6 in. Base: 1 ft. 1 in. × 6 ft. × 6 ft. National Cemetery Administration[70]
The Progress of Civilization Thomas Crawford 1859 United States Capitol, Senate Wing Marble Pediment: L. 80 ft. × H. 12 ft. Architect of the Capitol[71]
General Casimir Pulaski Kazimierz Chodziński 1910 Pennsylvania Ave & 13th St., N.W. Bronze Sculpture: approx. H. 15 ft. W. 12 ft.; Base: approx. H. 12 ft. W. 15 ft. United States Department of the Interior[72]
Water C. Paul Jennewein 1933 United States Department of Justice, 10th St. & Constitution Ave., N.W. Marble Department of Justice[73]
Fire C. Paul Jennewein 1933 United States Department of Justice, 10th St. & Constitution Ave., N.W. Department of Justice[74]
Viking Ships Relief C. Paul Jennewein 1932–1934 United States Department of Justice, 10th St. & Constitution Ave., N.W. Limestone Department of Justice[75]
Four Winds Reliefs C. Paul Jennewein 1932–1934 United States Department of Justice, 10th St. & Constitution Ave., N.W. Limestone Department of Justice[76]
Law and Order Relief C. Paul Jennewein 1935 United States Department of Justice, 10th St. & Constitution Ave., N.W.

Limestone Relief: approx. H. 6 ft. W. 10 ft. General Services Administration[77]
Brigadier General Albert Pike Gaetano Trentanove Cast 1899 3rd & D St., N.W. Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. H. 11 ft.; Base: approx. W. 17 ft. 1 in. D. 17 ft. 2 in. United States Department of the Interior[78]
Captain Nathan Hale Bela Lyon Pratt Cast 1930 United States Department of Justice Bronze & Granite Sculpture: approx. 76 × 26 × 23 in.; Base: approx. 49¼ × 27 × 26½ in. General Services Administration[79]
Supreme Court Flagpole Bases John Donnelly 1935 United States Capitol Bronze & Marble 2 flagpole bases. Each flagpole base: approx. H. 9 ft. W. 6 ft. Architect of the Capitol[80]
Genius of America Bruno Mankowski 1828 United States Capitol Marble Pediment: approx. W. 81 ft. 6 in.; Figures: approx. H. 9 ft. Architect of the Capitol[81]
Columbia Pediment Edgar Walter 1935 United State Customs Building, 14th & Constitution, N.W. Limestone 18 ft. 9 in. × 86 ft. 6 in. General Services Administration[82]
Commodore John Paul Jones Charles Henry Niehaus 1912 West Potomac Park

Bronze Sculpture: bronze; Base: granite or Vermont marble; Pylon: marble. Fountains: marble. United States Department of the Interior[83]
Drafting the Declaration of Independence Adolph Weinman 1943 East Potomac Park Marble Pediment: approx. H. 10 ft. W. 65 ft. National Park Service[84]
Jefferson Memorial: Thomas Jefferson Rudulph Evans 1943 East Potomac Park

Bronze Sculpture: H. 19 ft.; Base: H. 6 ft. National Park Service[85]
The Progress of Railroading Louis St. Gaudens 1908 Union Station Granite 6 figures. Each figure: H. 18 ft. [86]
Columbus Statue Lorado Taft 1912 Union Station Marble 45 × 66 × 44 ft.; Shaft: H. 40 ft.; Basin: D. 64 ft. United States Department of the Interior[87]
Vaquero Luis Jiménez 1990 Smithsonian American Art Museum Acrylic urethane, fiberglass & steel armature H. 16½ ft. Smithsonian American Art Museum[88]
Abundance and Industry Sherry Edmundson Fry 1936 United States Customs Building Limestone 11 ft. 3 in. × 26½ ft. General Services Administration[89]
Albert Gallatin James Earle Fraser 1941 United States Treasury Department Office of the Curator, 15th St & Pennsylvania Ave, N.W.

Bronze Sculpture: approx. H. 8 ft.; Base: approx. H. 4 ft. United States Treasury Department[90]
Trylon of Freedom C. Paul Jennewein 1954 Federal District Court Granite H. 24 ft. Federal District Court[91]
Abraham Lincoln Lot Flannery 1868 Supreme Court of the District of Columbia Marble Sculpture: approx. 7 ft. 3 in. × 2 ft. 9 in. × 2 ft. 5 in.; Base: approx. 6 ft. 4 in. × 7 ft. × 7 ft. District of Columbia, Department of Administrative Services[92]
Oscar Straus Memorial Adolph Alexander Weinman 1947 Interior courtyard of Federal Triangle at 14th & Constitution Ave, N.W.

Bronze 5 ft. × 5 ft. 6 in. × 11 ft. 6 in. General Services Administration[93]
Sir William Blackstone Paul Wayland Bartlett ca. 1920 Constitution Ave. & 3rd St. N.W.

Gilded Bronze Sculpture: approx. H. 9 ft. United States Department of the Interior[94]
Darlington Memorial Fountain: Nymph and Fawn C. Paul Jennewein 1922 Judiciary Park at 5th & D St.

Gilded Bronze Figure: approx. H. 5 × 3 × 3 ft.; Base: approx. H. 4 ft. × 3 ft. 6 in. × 3 ft.; Basin: approx. H. 1⅓ ft. × Diam. 18 ft. District of Columbia[95]
Benjamin Franklin Jacques Jouvenal 1889 Old Post Office Pavilion

Carrara Marble Sculpture: approx. H. 8 ft.; Base: approx. W. 5½ ft. × D. 5½ ft. United States Department of the Interior[96]
Mary McLeod Bethune Memorial Robert Berks 1973 Lincoln Park

Bronze Sculpture: approx. 10 × 15.5 × 9 ft.; Base: approx. 5 ft. 5 in. × 25 ft. × 20 ft. United States Department of the Interior[97]
Temperance Fountain Henry D. Cogswell 1880 Pennsylvania Ave & 7th St, N.W.

Bronze or Zinc Overall: approx. H. 14 ft.; Fish sculpture: approx. H. 4 ft. 8 in.; Figure base: approx. H. 3 ft. 7 in. Diam. 2 ft. 3 in. United States Department of the Interior[98]
Major General Nathanael Greene Henry Kirke Brown 1877 Stanton Park

Bronze Sculpture: approx. H. 11 ft. W. 15 ft.; Base: approx. 14 × 17 × 8 ft. United States Department of the Interior[99]
Elbridge Gerry Monument John Frazee 1823 Congressional Cemetery, NE Section, Range 29, site 9–10

Marble Sculpture: approx. 11 ft. × 4 ft. 10 in. × 4 ft. 10 in.; Base: approx. 10 in. × 6 ft. × 6 ft. Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery[100]
Department of Justice Pediment: Ars Boni and Ars Aequi C. Paul Jennewein 1934 Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building Limestone 2 pediments. Each: L. 50 ft. United States Department of Justice[101]
Bureaus of the Department of Commerce James Earle Fraser 1931 United States Department of Commerce Limestone 8 reliefs. Each relief: approx. H. 5 ft. W. 3 ft. General Services Administration[102]
Alexander Robey Shepherd Ulric Stonewall Jackson Dunbar 1905 John A. Wilson Building Bronze Sculpture: approx. H. 8 ft.; Base: approx. H. 7 ft. 6 in. W. 9 ft. 3 in. District of Columbia[103]
Apotheosis of Democracy Paul Wayland Bartlett 1916 United States Capitol Marble Pediment: approx. L. 60 ft. United States Capitol[104]
Bartholdi Fountain Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi ca. 1876 United States Capitol Cast iron Fountain: approx. H. 30 ft.; Basin: approx. Diam. 35 ft. (15,000 lbs.). United States Capitol[105]
Revolutionary War Door Thomas Crawford William Henry Reinhart 1904 United States Capitol Bronze H. 14 ft. 5 in. United States Capitol[106]
George Washington and the Revolutionary War Door Thomas Crawford 1864–1868 United States Capitol Bronze H. 14 ft. 5 in. United States Capitol[107]
Statue of Freedom Thomas Crawford 1860 United States Capitol dome

Bronze H. 19 ft. 6 in. (14,985 lbs.). United States Capitol[108]
Greek Vases W.H. Livingston, Sr. 1964 Rayburn House Office Building Marble 8 vessels. Each: approx. 9 × 3½ × 9 ft. Architect of the Capitol[109]
Spirit of Justice C. Paul Jennewein 1961 Rayburn House Office Building

Marble Sculpture: approx. 8 × 4½ × 5½ ft.; Base: approx. 6 in. × 4½ ft. × 5½ ft. United States Capitol[110]
The Majesty of Law C. Paul Jennewein 1961 Rayburn House Office Building

Marble Sculpture: approx. 8 × 4½ × 5½ ft.; Base: approx. 6 in. × 4½ ft. × 5½ ft. United States Capitol[111]
The Authority of Law James Earle Fraser 1935 United States Supreme Court

Marble Sculpture: approx. 6 × 6 × 8 ft.; Base: approx. 15 × 10 × 12 ft. (45 tons). United States Capitol[112]
The Contemplation of Justice James Earle Fraser 1935 United States Supreme Court

Marble Sculpture: approx. 6 × 6 × 8 ft.; Base: approx. 15 × 10 × 12 ft. (45 tons). United States Capitol[113]
United States Supreme Court Justice Bust Collection Various Artists 1844–Present United States Supreme Court Marble H. 27 in. United States Supreme Court[114][115][116][117][118]
American Professional Workers and American Laborers Joseph Kiselewski 1951 Government Accountability Office Each panel: 10 ft. 1 × 16 ft. × 2 ft. 1/2 in. General Services Administration[119]
Figure Jacques Lipchitz 1930 Smithsonian Institution Bronze 87½ × 38½ × 28½ in. Library of Congress[120]
Eminent Men of Letters Frederick Ruckstull & Herbert Adams 1894–1895 Library of Congress Granite H. 3 ft. Library of Congress[121][122][123][124][125]
America Fostering the Arts and Industries and Atlantes William Boyd 1897 Library of Congress Granite Male columns: H. 6 ft. Library of Congress[126]
Progress of Maritime Trade Facilities William McVey 1937 Apex Building Aluminum 4 sets of doors. Each: 12½ × 3¾ ft. General Services Administration[127]
American Eagle Sidney Waugh 1938 Federal Trade Commission Building Limestone D. 5½ ft. General Services Administration[128]
Foreign and Domestic Commerce Pediment Ulysses Ricci 1934 Herbert C. Hoover Building Limestone 11 × 45 ft. General Services Administration[129]
Mining Pediment Frederick Roth 1934 Herbert C. Hoover Building Limestone 11 × 45 ft. General Services Administration[130]
Aeronautics Pediment Haig Patigian 1934 Herbert C. Hoover Building Limestone 11 × 45 ft. General Services Administration[131]
Fisheries Pediment Joseph Kiselewski 1934 Herbert C. Hoover Building Limestone 11 × 45 ft. General Services Administration[132]
Heritage James Earle Fraser 1935 National Archives and Records Administration

Indiana Limestone H. 8 ft. National Archives and Records Administration[133]
Guardianship James Earle Fraser 1935 National Archives and Records Administration

Indiana Limestone H. 8 ft. National Archives and Records Administration[134]
The Guardians of the Portal Robert Ingersoll Aitken 1935 National Archives and Records Administration Indiana Limestone Two reliefs. Each relief: approx. H. 8 ft. × W. 5 ft. National Archives and Records Administration[135]
Destiny Pediment Adolph Alexander Weinman 1935 National Archives and Records Administration Indiana Limestone, Granite L. 100 ft. National Archives and Records Administration[136]
Man Controlling Trade Michael Lantz 1942 Federal Trade Commission Building Limestone 2 pieces, each: 15 × 17 × 7 ft. General Services Administration[137]
Americans at Work, Past and Present Various Artists 1938 Federal Trade Commission Building Limestone 6¾ × 12½ ft. General Services Administration[138][139][140][141]
Primitive Means of the Transmission of Communication Joseph E. Renier 1934 Interstate Commerce Commission Limestone H. 3½ ft. General Services Administration[142][143][144][145][146]
The Transmission of the Mail by Day and by Night Adolph Weinman 1934 Interstate Commerce Commission Limestone H. 7 ft. General Services Administration[147]
Interstate Commerce Commission Pediments Joseph Renier, Adolph Weinman, John Donnelly & George Snowden 1934 Interstate Commerce Commission Limestone 3½ ft. General Services Administration[61][148][149][150]
Commerce and Communications Wheeler Williams 1935 Interstate Commerce Commission Indiana limestone 11 ft. 3in. × 39 ft. 9 in. General Services Administration[151]
Interstate Transportation Edward McCartan 1935 Interstate Commerce Commission Indiana limestone 11 ft. 3 in. × 39 ft. 9 in. General Services Administration[152]
Eagle Michael Lantz 1959 National Guard Association of the United States Bronze National Guard Association of the United States[153]
Acacia Griffins Edmond Romulus Amateis ca. 1936 Acacia Life Insurance Company

Limestone 2 griffins. Each griffin: approx. 5½ × 4½ × 9 ft.; Each base: approx. 58 × 61½ × 118 in. Acacia Life Insurance Company[154]
Department of Agriculture Pediments Adolph A. Weinman 1908 Jamie L. Whitten Building Vermont Marble H. 6 ft. × L 25 ft. United States Department of Agriculture[155][155][156][157]
Scenes from American Industry Otto Eggers 1956 Dirksen Senate Office Building Bronze 5 panels. Each: Approx. 3½ ft. square. Dirksen Senate Office Building[158]
Eagle Pediment Ulysses Ricci 1956 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Marble D 4 ft. Dirksen Senate Office Building[159]
Olive Risley Seward John Cavanaugh 1971 601 N. Carolina Ave, S.E.

Lead over burlap Sculpture: approx. 72 × 24 × 27 in.; Stone base: approx. 30 × 18 × 18 in. Kresh, David & Diane[160]
Library of Congress Annex Doors Lee Lawrie 1938 Adams building
Library of Congress
Bronze 3 sets of doors. Each set of doors: approx. H. 12 ft. United States Capitol[161]
A Cascade of Books Frank Eliscu ca. 1983 Library of Congress Bronze Sculpture: approx. L. 50 ft. × W. 25 ft. United States Capitol[162]
Equal Justice Under Law Robert Ingersoll Aitken 1935 United States Supreme Court Building Vermont Marble Pediment: approx. H. 18 ft. W. 60 ft. United States Capitol[163]
Library of Congress Doors Herbert Adams, Levi Olin Warner & Frederick William MacMonnies 1896 Library of Congress Bronze H 14 ft × W 7½ ft. United States Capitol[164][165][166]
Past Robert Ingersoll Aitken 1935 National Archives and Records Administration Indiana Limestone Sculpture: approx. 20 × 8 × 12 ft.; Base: approx. 12 × 12 × 15 ft. General Services Administration[167]
Present Robert Ingersoll Aitken 1935 National Archives and Records Administration Indiana Limestone Sculpture: approx. 20 × 8 × 12 ft.; Base: approx. 12 × 12 × 15 ft. General Services Administration[168]
Build-Grow Richard Hunt 1992 700 11th St NW Welded Bronze Sculpture: approx. 23 ft. × 84 in. × 84 in. Collin Equities[169]
Growth Columns Richard Hunt 1992 700 11th St NW Welded Bronze 4 columns. Columns: approx. H. ranges 15 to 19 ft. Diam. ranges 12 to 16 in. Collin Equities[170][171]
Branching Column Richard Hunt 1992 700 11th St NW Welded Bronze Sculpture: approx. 4 × 3 × 2 ft.; Base: approx. H. 7 ft. Diam. 8 in. Collin Equities[172]
Swan Column Richard Hunt 1992 700 11th St NW Welded Bronze Sculpture: approx. H. 3 ft. W. 4 ft.; Base: approx. H. 6 ft. Diam: 11 ft. Collin Equities[173]
Composition for the Axemen Ken Wyten 830 First Street, N.E., Washington, District of Columbia Dreyfus, Zuckerman & Kronstadt [174]
Trigadilly Chas Coburn 1990 820 1st St, N.W. – Courtyard Painted Steel Sculpture: approx. 35 s 4 × 16 ft.; Base: approx. 8 × 4 × 20 ft. Dreyfus, Zuckerman & Kronstadt [175]
The Yellow Line Constance Flueres 1989 Gallery Place Metro Washington Metro[176][177]
The Glory of Chinese Descendants Foon Sham 2000 Gallery Place Metro, Chinatown Exit Washington Metro[176]][177]
Epoch Albert Paley 2004 PEPCO Headquarters Washington Metro[176]][177]
Air Shaft Tunnel Val E. Lewton 1992 H St. N.W. & 3rd St. N.W. [176]
Of the People Egon Daley 1995 One Judiciary Square, 441 4th St., N.W. [176]
Quadrature Nimbii Val E. Lewton 1996 One Judiciary Square, 441 4th St., N.W. [176]
Hopscotch Bridge Val E. Lewton 1997 H Street Bridge, H St. between N Capitol 7 1st St. [176]
Earth Point Karen Brown 2003 Office of Homeland Security, 2720 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., S.E. [176]
Ready William Wegman L'Enfant Plaza Metro Station [176]
Southwest Gateway G. Byron Peck 2008 12th St Tunnels, Maine Ave SW & 12th St, S.W. 2400 Sq. Ft. [176][178]
Dragon Gate Andrew T. Crawford 2007 Alley, between 603 and 604 H St., N.W. [176]
Balance Marcia Billig 2002 13th St., N.E. & Constitution Ave., N.E. & Tennessee Ave., N.E. Bronze [176]
Ocean Piece Jorge Martin 1995 Archives station Marble Washington Metro[179]
The Tempest Greg Wyatt 1993–1994 Folger Shakespeare Library Folger Shakespeare Library[180]
Julius Caesar Greg Wyatt 1993–1994 Folger Shakespeare Library Folger Shakespeare Library[180]
King Lear Greg Wyatt 1993–1994 Folger Shakespeare Library Folger Shakespeare Library[180]
Hamlet Greg Wyatt 1993–1994 Folger Shakespeare Library Folger Shakespeare Library[180]
Twelfth Night Greg Wyatt 1993–1994 Folger Shakespeare Library Folger Shakespeare Library[180]
A Midsummer Night's Dream Greg Wyatt 1993–1994 Folger Shakespeare Library Folger Shakespeare Library[180]
Henry IV, Part 2 Greg Wyatt 1993–1994 Folger Shakespeare Library Folger Shakespeare Library[180]
Macbeth Greg Wyatt 1993–1994 Folger Shakespeare Library Folger Shakespeare Library[180]
Bearing Witness Martin Puryear ca. 1998 Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Woodrow Wilson Plaza Hammer-formed bronze plate Approx. H. 40 ft. [181]
Federal Triangle Flowers Stephen Robin ca. 1998 Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Woodrow Wilson Plaza Aluminum & Limestone Sculptures: approx. H. 10 ft. × L. 14 ft. × W. 7 ft. [182]
Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Robert Berks ca. 1969 United States Department of Justice Bronze & Marble [8]
Lions Unknown Capital Grille, 601 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. [183]
Rhodes Tavern Plaque Unknown 2002 F & 15th Sts., N.W.

[184]
Art Deco Eagle Lampposts Nathan C. Wyeth 301 C St., N.W. [185]
The Extra Mile Along Pennsylvania Ave., 15th St., G St., and 11th St.

Boundary Markers F, G, 4th & 5th Sts., N.W. [186]
Tool de Force National Building Museum [187]
Cristoforo Columbo Carlo Nicoli 1992 Holy Rosary Church Bronze [188]
Michelangelo Buonarroti Carlo Nicoli Casa Italiana District of Columbia Marble [189]
Giuseppe Verdi Carlo Nicoli Casa Italiana District of Columbia Marble [190]
Dante Alighieri Carlo Nicoli Casa Italiana District of Columbia Marble [191]
Guglielmo Marconi Carlo Nicoli Casa Italiana District of Columbia Marble [192]
The Chess Players Lloyd Lillie 1983 John Marshall Park Bronze Left figure: approx. 58 × 23 × 28 in., Right figure: approx. 58 × 29 × 38 in. [193]
Guns into Plowshares Esther Augsburger & Michael Augsburger 1997 Indiana Ave. & 4th St., N.W. Steel and 3,000 disabled handguns. Sculpture: approx. H. 16 ft. [194]
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Raymond Kaskey 1991 E Street, between 4th & 5th Streets, N.W.

Bronze Lions: approx. 70 × 35 × 118 in.; Cubs: approx. 25 × 37 × 64 in. [195]
Lily Pond David Phillips Between the Canadian Embassy and the U.S. Courthouse. Bronze [196]
She Who Must be Obeyed Tony Smith Frances Perkins Building Steel [197]
Slow Rondo United States National Academies, Keck Center [198]
Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Frank Gehry

National Park Service[199]
Spirit of Haida Gwaii Bill Reid 1988

Cast: 1991

Canadian Embassy Bronze 13.2 ft. h. × 20 ft. l., 11,000 lbs. Canadian Embassy[200]
Chthonodynamis Robert Russin 1992 United States Department of Energy Granite [201]
Heroic Shore Points James Rosati ca. 1976 Hubert H. Humphrey Building Aluminum [202]

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