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September 8, 2017

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Donald Martin Reynolds, a Columbia University professor who taught and authored numerous books about sculpture, architecture, and public art, wrote: “sculpture began in New York City, as it did in America, as the most permanent w...

August 29, 2017

Throughout history, women have been given neither equal opportunities as men nor public recognition for their achievements despite legal barriers, prejudice, and mistreatment. Whatever the reasons for the injustice, the time has finally arrived to honor women with stat...

August 17, 2017

When I taught a writing course at a Manhattan college, I would take students on walks through nearby Central Park and use statues to sharpen their descriptive skills and to prepare them to write compare-and-contrast essays. Several class members were struck by the abse...

June 13, 2017

"As neither glass, nor china, nor knives and forks, nor even table and chairs are the essential elements of a dinner, so neither bridges, towers, shelters, seats, refectories, statues, cages for birds and animals, nor even drives and walks are the essential elements of...

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