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Giant Frog


by Cornelia Van Auken Chapin (1893 - 1972)

Rittenhouse Square, Walnut Street between 18th and 19th Streets

A large frog sits at rest in Rittenhouse Square, apparently in concentration.




by Claes Oldenburg (1929 - 2022)

Centre Square Plaza, 15th and Market Streets

Facing City Hall tower with its sculpture of William Penn, Clothespin has the jolting and humorous effect of a familiar object seen out of context.


Split Button


by Claes Oldenburg (1929 - 2022), Coosje van Bruggen (1942 - 2009)

University of Pennsylvania, Blanche Levy Park, Locust Walk between 34 and 36th Streets

Artist Claes Oldenburg and his wife, Coosje van Burggen, collaborated on the Split Button, which has become a familiar part of the University of Pennsylvania campus environment.


Five Water Spouts and Lintel

(12th-13th century)

by Artists Unknown

Penn’s Landing between Walnut and Spruce Streets (along Delaware River)

Acquired by aPA for the International Sculpture Garden, the carved stone spouts and lintel are characteristic of ritual bathing pools inside Hindu and Buddhist temples.


Three Way Piece Number 1: Points


by Henry Moore (1898 - 1986)

Benjamin Franklin Parkway between 16th and 17th Streets

“Sculpture,” said Henry Moore, “should always at first sight have some obscurities, and further meanings.”


Face Fragment


by Arlene Love (1930 - )

Monell Chemical Senses Center, University City Science Center, 3500 Market Street

Arlene Love’s giant gilded nose and mouth with the rest of the face appearing to have broken away at the Monell Chemical Senses Center.




by Alexander Liberman (1912 - 1999)

University of Pennsylvania, Locust Walk near 39th Street

A giant, angular composition of tubular red steel intended to convey a feeling of unity and spiritual participation.


Your Move


by Daniel Martinez (b. 1957), Renee Petropoulis (b. 1954), Roger White (b. 1952)

Municipal Services Building Plaza, John F. Kennedy Boulevard between 15th and Broad Streets

Giant-sized versions of checker pieces, chess pieces, dominoes, bingo chips, and board game pieces are scattered all over the plaza


Prometheus Strangling the Vulture

(1944, cast 1953)

by Jacques Lipchitz (1891 - 1973)

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Parkway Entrance, East Terrace steps

In 1952, the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s purchase of the Prometheus cast represented the institution’s largest payment for work by a living sculptor.