Elfriede Abbe, Snapdragon Flower, c. 1965, bronze
New York Botanical Garden, Library, 200th St. and Southern Boulevard

Vito Acconci, Untitled, 1995, brick pavers, concrete, mirror, steel, 2' x 64' x 150'
P.S. 3, Courtyard, LaFontaine Avenue and East 180 Street
New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Vito Acconci, Wall-Slide, 2002, Stone, tile, and fiberglass installation throughout station complex
#4 and D Lines, 161st Street - Yankee Stadium Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Alice Adams, Glider Park, 1990
enameled steel and brick with site landscaping incorporated into sculpture, 40' x 12' x 11'
Bathgate Industrial Complex Business and Technology Center, Third Avenue and 174th Street
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Herbert Adams, Untitled, after 1900, bronze / doors
Collis B. Huntington Mausoleum, Woodlawn Cemetery, Webster Avenue at 233rd Street

Herbert Adams, Bust of William Cullen Bryant, 1929, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Herbert Adams, Bust of John Marshall, 1925, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Herbert Adams, Bust of William Ellery Channing, 1927, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Herbert Adams, Bust of Joseph Story, 1930, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

John Ahearn & Rigoberto Torres, Back to School (Maggie and Connie,Kido and Ralph, Jay with bike,
Titi in Window)
, 1985, cast fiberglass sculptures, 40' x 20'
Walton Avenue and 170th Street, Private funding

John Ahearn & Rigoberto Torres, Homage to the People of the Bronx: Double Dutch at Kelly Street I (Frieda, Jevette, Towana, Stacey), 1981-82, cast fiberglass sculptures, 10' x 20'
Intervale Avenue at Kelly Street, building façade, HUD, through the DCA Community Development Program and the Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts

John Ahearn & Rigoberto Torres, Life on Dawson Street, (Thomas, Barbara, Pedro with Tire, and Pat and Lelena at Play), 1982-83, cast fiberglass sculptures, 10' x 20'
Dawson Street at Longwood Avenue, building façade, HUD, through the DCA Community Development Program and the Bronx Council on the Arts

John Ahearn & Rigoberto Torres, We Are A Family, (Layman, Victor and Ernest, Kate, Towana and Staice, Felix and Iris, and Smokey), 1981-82, cast fiberglass sculptures
Southern Boulevard and 162nd Street, building façade, HUD, through the DCA Community Development Program and the Bronx Council on the Arts

Robert Aitken, Bust of Benjamin Franklin, 1927, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Robert Aitken, Bust of Henry Clay, 1929, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Robert Aitken, Bust of Thomas Jefferson, 1924, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Robert Aitken, Bust of Daniel Webster, 1926, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Josie González Albright, Children at Play, 2005, Faceted glass in mezzanine windows
#4 Line, Woodlawn Avenue Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Charles Alston, Equal Justice Under the Law & The Family of Man, 1976
2 mosaics, 96" x 432" & 144" x 264", Family Court, Family & Criminal Court Building
215 East 161st Street, Department of General Services / FA

Cándida Álvarez, What Do You See?, 1994, stained glass windows, 6 panels, 3' x 3'
I.S. 206, West Tremont Avenue and West 177th Street
New York City Board of Education and the Department of Cultural Affairs, Percent for Art Program

Cándida Álvarez, B is for Birds in the Bronx, 2006, Faceted glass in platform windscreens
#2 and #5 Lines, Bronx Park East Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Agustín de Andino, The Unification of the Americas, 1990, ceramic tile frieze, 5' x 30'
Architects: Voorsanger & Assoc. with Hirsch / Danois,, Hostos Community College / Allied Health Building Plaza gates, The East Academic Complex, Grand Concourse at 149th Street
Dormitory Authority of State of New York

Tomie Arai, Back to the Garden, 2007, Faceted glass in platform windscreen
#2 and #5 Lines, Pelham Parkway Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Andrea Arroyo, Harmony I and Harmony II, 1994
2 monumental cast relief sculpture, acrylic on fiberglass, 54" x 180" x 10"
I.S. 206, West Tremont Avenue and West 177th Street
New York City Board of Education / Percent for Art Program

Andrea Arroyo, My Sun (Mi Sol), My Planet (Mi Planeta) and My City (Mi Ciudad), 2006
Faceted glass in platform windscreens
#2 and #5 Lines, Gun Hill Road Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Salvatore Aucello, The Elements of Nature, 1960, ceramic tile, 90" x 172"
P.S. 150 Charles James Fox School, 1st fl, main lobby, 920 E 167th Street
New York City Board of Education

Saul Baizerman, March of the Innocents, 1973, hammered copper relief, 6' 9" x 10'
North Central Bronx Hospital, 3424 Kossuth Avenue, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation

Monica Banks, Luisa and Rusty, 2002, steel Sculpture
Hunts Point Youth Center, 765 Manida Street
Department of Parks and Recreation / Percent for Art Program

Raymond Barger, Parkchester Memorial and Fountain, dedicated, 1940
granite and bronze 7' x 51" x 20.5"
Metropolitan Avenue and Unionport Road, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Ronald Baron, My Time Is Now, 1993, cast bronze of found objects, height 12'
Lehman College Athletic Facility, 250 Bedford Boulevard West
Dormitory Authority of State of New York

Charles Basing, The Legend of Hiawatha (The Song), c. 1921, oil on Canvas, 108" x 150"
P.S. 39, basement auditorium, 925 Longwood Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Laura Battle, How to get to the moon..., 2008, Laminated glass in stairwell windows
#4 Line, Burnside Avenue Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Romare Bearden, Untitled, 1982
2 epoxy and faceted glass windows: 9' 6" x 4' 10" x 3/4" deep, 2nd window: 9' 6" x 10'
Westchester Square Subway Station, IRT #6 Westchester Avenue at East Tremont and
Williamsbridge Road, Metropolitan Transportation Authority / Arts For Transit

Romare Bearden, Untitled, 1974, ceramic tile mural, 348" x 96"
I.S. 84 / Bronx Center for Multi-Handicapped Children, 1434 Longfellow Avenue
New York City Board of Education, School Construction Authority

Nan M. Benedict, Abstraction, 1981, oil on Canvas, 60" x 84"
Bronx Borough Public Library, Soundview Branch, 660 Soundview Avenue
Department of General Services / FA

Amir Bey, The Procession of Folk #3,, 2006
Faceted glass in platform windscreens and mezzanine windows
#4 Line, Mount Eden Avenue Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Karl Bitter, Karl Heinrich Gruppe, Henry Hudson Memorial Column, 1909-1939
begun by Bitter, 1909; completed by Karl Heinrich Gruppe, 1938
bronze and granite, 100' Doric column surmounted by a 16' bronze statue
Henry Hudson Memorial Park, Independence Avenue at West 227th Street
City of New York Parks and Recreation

Ilya Bolotowsky, Untitled, 1941, mosaic, 42" x 42"
Theodore Roosevelt High School, 500 East Fordham Road, third floor
Board of Education / WPA /FA

Ilya Bolotowsky, Untitled, 1975, oil on canvas, 6' x 22'
North Central Bronx Hospital, 17th fl dining room, 3424 Kossuth Avenue
Health and Hospitals Corporation

Jordi Bonet, Untitled, abstract, n.d., cast aluminium "chiaroscuro" sculptured mural, 72" x 216"
I.S. 151, Henry Lou Gehrig School, façade, 250 E 156 Street
New York City Board of Education

Gutzon Borglum, Bust of Isaac L. Rice, 1921
I. L. Rice Play field, Mother's Room, Pelham Bay Park

William Welles Bosworth and Pierre Feitu, Louis J. Heintz Memorial
installed 1909, relocated 1936, bronze and granite, 19' 16" x 9'
Joyce Kilmer Park, Grand Concourse and 162 Street, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Francis Scott Bradford, Physical Sciences, 1959, ceramic tile, 60" x 144'
P.S. 138, Samuel Randell School, auditorium, 2060 Lafayette Avenue
New York City Board of Education

John R. Brinley, Rose Garden stairway tablets, 1917, bronze, 11 3/4" x 18 1/4" x 3/4"
Bronx Botanical Garden, 200th Street & Southern Boulevard, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Michele Brody, Allerton Mandalas, 2006, Faceted glass in platform windscreens
#2 and #5 Lines, Allerton Avenue Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Michael Browne and Stuart Smith, Tortoise and Hare, 1996, Painted steel 5' x 10' x 6'
Van Cortlandt Park, Broadway and W 242 St., City of New York Parks Department

Bill & Mary Buchen, Sound Playground, 1992, bronze, steel and concrete
approximately 20' x 150', P.S. 23, Washington Avenue / East 182nd Street
New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program. The project was also supported in part by a
grant from the Design Arts Program of the National Endowment for the Arts

Dina Bursztyn, Gargoyles to Scare Developers, 1988
3 ceramic sculptures, approximately 15" x 12" x 4" each
110 East 176th Street, Urban Homesteading Assistance Board

Dina Bursztyn, Views from Above, 2006
Faceted glass in platform windscreens and mezzanine windows
#4 Line, 170th Street Station, MTA Arts for Transit

A. Stirling Calder, Bust of Edgar Allen Poe, 1927, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

A. Stirling Calder, Bust of William Penn, 1936, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Naomi Campbell, Animal Tracks, 2004, Faceted glass in platform windscreens
#2 and #5 Lines, West Farms Square-East Tremont Avenue Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Jorge Pérez Castaño, Untitled, ca. 1972, mosaic, 108" x 120"
P.S. 156, Benjamin Banneker School, 750 Concourse Village West
New York Board of Education

Biagio Catella, Rockefeller Fountain, 1872. Installed 1902. Relocated 1910. Reinstalled 1910
red granite, Istrian marble, bronze and concrete, 28' H x 33' D
Bronx Zoo, Department of Exhibition and Graphic Arts
Fountain Circle Parking, 185th Street & Southern Boulevard, New York Zoological Society

Ivan Chermayeff, Forty-nine, 1981, Steel in concrete sculpture / painted blue, 3' x 7' (2' apart)
49th Police Precinct, Eastchester Road and Pelham Parkway
City of New York, Department of General Services

Jerome Connor, Bronx World War Memorial, 1925, bronze and granite, 14' 10" x 7'
Mosholu Parkway, Hull & Perry Avenues, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Noel Copeland, Leaf of Life, 2006, Faceted glass in platform windscreens
#2 and #5 Lines, Nereid Avenue 238th Street Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Béatrice Coron, Bronx Literature, 2006, Faceted glass in platform windscreens
#2 and #5 Lines, Burke Avenue Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Francis Costa
, The Old Bronx & The Bronx Today, 1939, 2 oil on canvas panels, 144" x 180"
P.S. 11, Highbridge School, 1257 Ogden Avenue, Board of Education / WPA / FAP

Joseph D'Alesandro, Homage, 2006, Faceted glass in platform windscreens
#2 and #5 Lines, 219th Street Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Alfred D. Crimi, Music, Science & Physical Culture, 1964
mosaic / Venetian glazed ceramic tile panel, 72" x 144"
P.S. 110, Theodore Schoenfeld School, 580 Crotona Parkway South, New York Board of Education

Alfred D. Crimi, The Light of Knowledge, 1966, glass mosaic panel, 96" x 240"
JHS 131, Albert Einstein School, 885 Bolton Avenue, New York Board of Education

Alfred D. Crimi, The Wise Man in the Circle and the Square, 1961
Venetian glass and marble tile, 72" x 216"
P.S. 5, Port Morris, 1st floor, 564 Jackson Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Alfred D. Crimi, United Nation, 1978, Venetian glass mosaic, 105" x 324"
Adlai E. Stevenson High School, 1980 Lafayette Avenue, New York Board of Education

Marcia Dalby, Untitled, 1984, welded rebar, chicken wire, and fiberglass resin
Architect: Richard Dattner & Associates
Parkchester Branch, New York Public Library, 1935 Westchester Avenue
The New York City Public Library, New York City Department of General Services

Michael Davis, Equilibrium, 2006
Steel, bronze, aluminum, glass, stainless steel, painted fiberglass over foam core
Bronx County Hall of Justice, 265 East 161st Street, Dormitory Authority of the State of New York

Jose DeCreeft, Untitled, 1963, mosaic, 10' x 7'
Lobby of Nurses Residence, Abraham Jacobi Hospital, Pelham Parkway & Eastchester Road
New York Health and Hospitals Corporation

Donald De Luc, Untitled, 1954, incised white marble relief, 11" x 7"
Abraham Jacobi Hospital, Pelham Parkway & Eastchester Road
New York Health and Hospitals Corporation

Daniel Del Valle, A Trip Up the Bronx River, 2004
Faceted glass in platform windscreens and window niches
#2 and #5 Lines, 174th Street Station, MTA Arts for Transit

E.W. Dewing, Treaty of Peace, Governor Morris, 1907, oil on canvas, 144" x 108"
Morris High School, Boston Post Rd.and 166th Street.
New York City Board of Education

R. Dombrowski, Pulaski Memorial, 1938, granite, steel and base, Pulaski Playground

Aymar Embury II, Hunts Point War Memorial, installed 1936, granite, steel and base
Crames Square, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Nicky Enright and Nils Folke Anderson, Living on Mars, 2000, mural, 14' x 550'
CityArts, Inc. in collaboration with New Settlement, (American Museum of Natural History, The Universities, Space Research Association, and The Planetary Society), with NASA's Art Program
and the NASA Astrobiology Institute

Nicky Enright, Universal City, 2006, Faceted glass in platform windscreens
#2 and #5 Lines, 225th Street Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Domenico Facci, Play and Study, 1976, cast bronze sculpture, 3 pieces overall approx. 18' x 5' x 10"
I.S. 147, Main entrance, east, 1600 Webster Avenue

Pierre Feitu and William Welles Bosworth, Louis J. Heintz Memorial, installed 1909, relocated 1936
bronze and granite, 19' 16" x 9' x 9', Joyce Kilmer Park, Grand Concourse and 162 Street
City of New York Parks and Recreation

John Fekner, Melody in 1's & 0's, 1999
laminated glass with digital print interlayer, 2 panels each 105" x 42"
Walton High School, 2780 Reservoir Avenue
New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

John Fekner, Traces, 1999, 11 portraits on lacquered magnesium plates 16" x 23' x 1/4"
11 aluminum signatures on painted aluminum plates
Walton High School, 2780 Reservoir Avenue
New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Rafael Ferrer, Puerto Rican Sun, 1979, painted steel, 22' x 25' 6" x 22'
entrance to community garden, Community Park Fox Street and 156 Street
Bronx Venture Corporation, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Jackie Ferrara, Covered Walkway, 1993, concrete
Lehman College Apex Building, Lehman College, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West
Dormitory Authority of State of New York

Anne Finkelstein, Line of Sight, 1987, enamel paint on brick wall, 53' x 207'
Fabricator: Villepigue Outdoor Advertising
Longwood Arts Center, 965 Longwood Avenue at Kelly Street Park
Bronx Council on the Arts and Department of Cultural Affairs, Community Arts Development Program

Alfred Floegel, The History of the World and Constellation, 1941, mural, oil on canvas, 928 sq. ft.
DeWitt Clinton High School, Mosholu Parkway & Paul Avenue, Board of Education / WPA

Ricky Flores, License to Dream, 1995, gelatin prints
I.S. 206, West Tremont Avenue and West 177th Street, Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Walton Ford, The Call Inside Out, 1999, acrylic on canvas
Addams H.S., 900 Tinton Avenue, Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Helen Frankenthaler, Untitled, 1973, ceramic tile mural, 96" x 204"
Main Lobby, North Central Bronx Hospital, 3424 Kosuth Avenue
New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation

Daniel Chester French, Bust of Phillips Brook, 1924, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Daniel Chester French, Bust of Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1923, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Daniel Chester French, Bust of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1929, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Daniel Chester French, Bust of Edgar Allen Poe, 1922, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Tibor Freund, Universal Dissemination of Knowledge, 1963
enamel paint / aluminum / channels, 120" x 300"
P.S. 111, Seton Falls School, 3740 Baychester Avenue, Board of Education

Tibor Freund, Vehicle of Progress of Education, 1971, marble mosaic panel, 108" x 286"
I.S. 162, Lola Rodríguez de Tió School, 600 Saint Ann's Avenue, Board of Education

Joseph Friedlander, Max Hausle, Joseph Kiselewski, George Snowden, Edward Field Sanford Jr., Adolph A. Weinman, Eight Statuary Groups, 1932, Georgia pink marble, each 100" x 121" x 70"
Bronx County Building, 161st Street & Grand Concourse, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Robert Galbraith, Untitled, 1979, 9 photo murals, various sizes
OTC P721, Stephen McSweeney School, 2697 Westchester Avenue, New York Board of Education

Felipe Galindo, Magic Realism in Kingsbridge, 2008, Faceted glass in platform windscreens
#1 Line, 231st. Street Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Sandy Gellis
, Cygnus A, 1994
rock, carbon steel tubes, cement, glass beads, phosphorescent paint
Sedgwick Branch, New York Public Library, 176th Street & University Avenue
New York Public Library, Adopt A Library Program
Department of Cultural Affairs, Percent for Art Program

Joseph Gersai, Children's Stories, ca. 1922, oil on canvas, 4 panels, 144" x 54"
P.S. 36, The Unionport School, 1070 Castle Hill Avenue, Board of Education

Ann Gillen, Joy of Life, 1975, aluminum relief sprayed with car paint, 2' x 39' x 3/16"
Children's Playground, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, 234 East 149th Street
New York Health and Hospitals Corporation

Bertram Goodman, Evolution of the Book, ca. 1936, oil on canvas, 72" x 264"
Theodore Roosevelt High School, 500 East Fordham Road, Board of Education / WPA / FAP

Auguste Gorguet, Good Government, 1926 c., oil on canvas, 216" x 600"
Morris High School, auditorium, Boston Post Road / 166 Street, New York City Board of Education

John Grignola, Bronx River Soldier, ca. 1909, granite, 5' 9" x 3' x 2'
Valentine-Varian House Park, 3266 Bainbridge Avenue, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Corinne Grondahl, Metromorphosis / Birth of a Station, 2008, Fused glass in platform windscreens
#4 Line, Mosholu Parkway Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Karl Heinrich Gruppe and Karl Bitter, Henry Hudson Memorial Column, 1909-1939
begun by Bitter, 1909; completed by Karl Heinrich Gruppe, 1938
bronze and granite, 100' Doric column surmounted by a 16' bronze statue
Hudson Memorial Park, Independence Avenue at West 227th Street
City of New York Parks and Recreation

Karl Heinrich Gruppe, Bust of John Phillip Sousa, 1976, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Otello Guarducci, Music and Inspiration, 1965, bronze sculpture, 8' x 1' 3" x 3 1/2'
I.S. 145, Courtyard, 1000 Teller Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Robert Hamilton, Four Seasons, 1935, oil on canvas, Spring 48" x 264"; Summer 48" x 267";
Winter 48" x 181"; Fall, painted over.
P.S. 43, Jonas Bronck School, 1st fl. Room 112, 165 Brown Place, New York City Board of Education

Frank Leslie Hampton, Uptown New York, 2000
glass, stone and marble mosaic mezzanine wall
B and D Lines, Tremont Avenue Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Max Hansle, Washington Bridge World War Memorial, 1923
bronze statue on a granite pedestal, 165th Street & Ogden Avenue

Eli Harvey, Lion House, 1902, 1903
4 seated lions: Tennessee marble, 2 pediments, 2 medallions and 1 cornice: all stone masonry
Bronx Zoo, Department of Exhibition and Graphic Arts, 185th Street & Southern Boulevard, Astor Court
Wildlife Conservation Society / Bronx Zoo

Jonathan Scott Hartley, Algernon Sidney Sullivan,'Sullivan Fountain'
installed 1906, granite and bronze, 10' x 4' 3" x 6"
boat house, Van Cortlandt Park, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Skowmon Hastanan, A Secret Garden: There's No Place Like Home, 2006
Faceted glass in platform windscreens and mezzanine windows
#2 and #5 Lines, 233rd Street Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Daniel Hauben, The El, 2007, Faceted glass in platform windscreens
#2 and #5 Lines, Freeman Street Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Theodore G. Haupt, Girls' Athletic Activities, 1940, oil on Canvas, 102" x 122"
Junior High School 117 Joseph H. Wade School, third floor
1835 Morris Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Max Hausle, Joseph Friedlander, Joseph Kiselewski, George Snowden, Edward Field Sanford Jr., Adolph A. Weinman, Eight Statuary Groups, 1932, Georgia pink marble, each 100" x 121" x 70", Bronx County Building, 161st Street & Grand Concourse, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Milton Hebald, Untitled, 1955, cast bronze sculptures, various sizes
Bronx Municipal Hospital, Façade of Van Ettan Building, over Morris Park Avenue entrance
New York Health and Hospitals Corporation

Edna Hershman, Industry and Farming, 1941, 2 oil on canvas panels, 151" x 100"
Olinville Junior High School (formerly PS 113 or Richard R. Green School)
3710 Barnes Avenue, New York City Board of Education / WPA / FAP

Ernst Herter, The Heinrich Heine Fountain, 1893, white marble, 19" x 34"
Joyce Kilmer Park, 164 Street & Grand Concourse, City of New York Parks and Recreation

James Monroe Hewlett, History of the Bronx, 1934, 4 panels, oil on canvas, 178" x 442" each
Bronx County Building, Supreme County Court / Bronx County, 851 Grand Concourse
Department of General Services / FA

Malvina Hoffman, Bust of Henry David Thoreau, 1962, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Malvina Hoffman, Bust of Thomas Paine, 1952, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

David Holleman, Untitled, ca. 1978, 4 single panel ceramic mosaic with ceramic sgraffito murals
Harry S. Truman High School, 4th floor lobby, 750 Baychester Avenue
New York City Board of Education

Wopo Holup, Elevated Nature I-VI, 1991
wall relief sculptures, cast, dyed cement with Graffiti Protect sealer,, 63"x 72" x 1' 1/2"
IRT#1 Subway Stations: 231st, 225th, 215th, and 207th Street
Metropolitan Transportation Authority / Arts for Transit

Richard Hunt, Large Hybrid, 1975, bronze sculpture, approx. 8 1/2' high
Sculpture Courtyard, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, 234 East 149th Street
New York Health and Hospitals Corporation

Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington, Jaguars, ca. 1915, limestone, 2 sculptures each 6' 2" x 1' 9" x 2' 10"
Wildlife Conservation Society / Bronx Zoo, North end Astor Court, 185th Street & Southern Boulevard

Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington, Bust of Louis Agassiz, 1928, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Harriet Hyams, Tools of the Jewelry Trade, 1978, stained glass, 36" x 48"
P.S. 721, Stephen McSweeney School, 2697 Westchester Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Christopher Janney, Sonic Pass Blue, 1999
installation with colored glass, photoelectric sensors, and polyphonic sound sampler
100' corridor, Lehman College Campus, Computer Center, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West
New York State Dormitory Authority

Noah Jemisin, Leaf over My Shoulder, 1998, acrylic on canvas, watercolor on paper and stainless steel
Davidson Day Care Center, 1810 Davidson Ave.
Agency for Child Development, Percent for Art Program

Peter Johnson, Wes Willard, Nathan Jackson, Leo Jacobs, T. Jimmie and Carl Heinmiller
Totem Pole, 1964, wooden sculpture, 50' x 2' x 1'
185th Street & Southern Boulevard
Bronx Zoo, Department of Exhibition and Graphic Arts, New York Zoological Society

Kristin Jones and Andrew Ginzel, Encyclic, 2004, steel, marble, glass, mixed media
P.S. 102, 1827 Archer St., Parkchester, Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

V. K. Jonynas, Abstractions of Nature, 1977
glass mosaic, 5 bas relief panels, 4 pieces: 108" x 144"; 1 piece: 76" x 144"
Prison, Riker's Island Penitentiary, Support Facility Building, Riker's Island
Department of General Services / FA

Aleksandra Kasuba, Large Brick Wall, 1972
brick linear relief of undulated bands of masonry units, 38' x 89'
Auditorium wall facing East 149th Street, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
234 East 149th Street, New York Health and Hospitals Corporation

Charles Keck, Spanish War Memorial, 1919, granite and bronze, 31' high
137th at and Third and Lincoln Avenues, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Charles Keck, Bronx County Courthouse Frieze, 1933, Georgia pink marble
8 corner panels: Moral of Law, Force of Law, Wisdom of Law, Protection of Law, Punishment of Law
18 panels: Triumph of Government, 4 panels: Revolutionary, Civil Spanish and World Wars
Bronx County Building, 161st Street & Grand Concourse, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Charles Keck, Bust of Patrick Henry, 1930, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Charles Keck, Bust of Elias Howe, 1930, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Charles Keck, Bust of James Madison, 1929, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Ernest Wise Keyser, Mother and Child, 1922, fountain, cast concrete, figures life-size
Pelham Bay Park, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Harold Kihl, American History, 1966, ceramic tile panels, various sizes
JHS 148, Charles Richard Drew School, 3630 Third Avenue, Board of Education

William King, Learning, 1975, aluminum sculpture, 10' x 5' x 2'
Sculpture Courtyard, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, 234 East 149th Street
New York Health and Hospital Corporation

Belle Kinney, Bust of Andrew Jackson, 1924, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Belle Kinney, The Bronx County War Memorial, 1925
Corinthian column, limestone and marble / bronze statue, 111' x 163' x 82'
Pelham Bay Park & Shore Road, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Joseph Kiselewski, Statue of John Peter Zenger, dedicated 1951, limestone, 10 high
P.S. 18, Morris Avenue, between 145th St.& 146th Street, Board of Education

Joseph Kiselewski, Frogs, 1951, granite, 3'
P.S. 18 and Patterson Houses, Morris Avenue, between 145th St.& 146th Street
City of New York Parks and Recreation

Joseph Kiselewski, Max Hausle, Joseph Friedlander, George Snowden,, Edward Field Sanford Jr., Adolph A. Weinman, Eight Statuary Groups, 1932, Georgia pink marble, each 100" x 121" x 70"
Bronx County Building, 161st Street & Grand Concourse, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Joseph Kiselewski, Bust of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., 1970, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Joseph Kiselewski, Bust of Sylvanus Thayer, 1966, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Samuel James Kitson, Orestes Augustus Brownson Memorial, 1910, granite and bronze, 9' x 8' x 6'
Fordham University, Fordham Road and Southern Blvd., City of New York Parks and Recreation

Charles Robert Knight, Elephant House, north side, 1907-1908
3 heads of African elephant & African rhinoceros, limestone
Bronx Zoo, Department of Exhibition and Graphic Arts
Zoo Center, 185th Street & Southern Boulevard

Charles Robert Knight, Zebra House, 1911, façade
Bronx Zoo, Department of Exhibition and Graphic Arts
Zoo Center, 185th Street & Southern Boulevard

Vitaly Komar & Alexander Melamid, Liberty as Justice and Liberty, 2 oil on canvas murals, 6' x 8'
Bronx Housing Court, 118 Grand Concourse between McClelland Street and East 166th Street
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Percent for Art Program / Office of Court Administration and the office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Department of General Services

Henry Kreis, The Letter, 1935, 1938, limestone relief, 13' 4" x 8' 4" x 3'
Bronx Central Post Office, 558 Grand Concourse, WPA

Justen Ladda, Ceramic tile and mosaic installation, 1991
4 drinking fountains and 2 sculptures: mosaics, painted bronze, all mosaics: 84" x 32"
2nd floor sculpture: 16' 5" x 20' 5/8" x 7", 3rd floor sculpture:16' 5" x 16' 25" x 7"
P.S. 7, The Kingsbridge School, West 232nd Street and Kingsbridge Avenue
New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Justen Ladda, Mosaic and tile installation, 1995
P.S. 72, Dewey Avenue / Logan, New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Gregg LeFevre, Bronze map relief, 1994, bronze, 84 1/4" x 80" x 1 1/2"
P.S. 209, 317 East 183rd Street, New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

John Lefkow, Untitled, 1972, Venetian glass and marble panel
I.S. 166, Roberto Clemente School, façade, 250 East 164th Street, New York Board of Education

Leo Lentelli, Rice Memorial flagstaff pedestals panels, ca. 1921, concrete
Pelham Bay Park, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Jack Lubin, Spring Festival, 1971, 3 mosaic murals, one piece: 122" x 183", two pieces: 72" x 48" each
P.S. 129, Twin Parks School, lunch-playroom and main corridor, 2055 Mapes Avenue
New York City Board of Education

Frederick MacMonnies, Bust of John Lothrop Motley, 1930, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Frederick MacMonnies, Bust of Simon Newcomb, 1936, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Frederick MacMonnies, Bust of James Abott McNeill Whistler, 1931, bronze
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, Bronx Community College / CUNY
University Avenue and West 181 Street

Paul Manship, Rainey Memorial Gates, 1926, installed 1934, bronze gates, 40' x 70'
Bronx Zoo, Department of Exhibition and Graphic Arts, 185th Street & Southern Boulevard
City of New York Parks and Recreation

Steve Mayo, Pets, 1996, ceramic reliefs
E.C.C. # 3, Fulton Avenue and 147th Street, New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Howard McCalebb, Untitled, 1995, four welded steel relief panels, each 48" x 48" x 3"
Hostos Community College, East Building, Grand Concourse at 149th Street
Dormitory Authority of State of New York

Komar and Melamid, Liberty as Justice and Liberty, 1998, oil on canvas
Bronx Housing Court, 1118 Grand Concourse, Office of Court Administration

Menconi Brothers, Bronx Local Board #2 World War Memorial, granite
3rd Ave. and 139th Street, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Rudy Messina, Peace Plaza, 1989, 5 granite tombstones
Pelham Parkway at Williamsbridge Road, City of New York Parks and Recreation

James Michael Newell, Development of Western Civilization, ca. 1938
9 fresco murals, 48" x 96" to 168" x 264", Evander Childs High School
800 East Gun Hill Road, Board of Education / WPA / FAP

Domenico Mortellito, unknown, ca. 1934
Soundview Library, Jamens Monroe Campus, Boyton Avenue
New York City Board of Education / WPA / FAP

Mario M. Muller, Urban Motif, 2007, Laminated glass in platform windscreen
#4 Line, Kingsbridge Road Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Tom Nussbaum, Twelve Sculptures for ECC #4, 1997, bronze
E.C.C. #4, Mount Hope Place and Walton Avenue
New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

William Clark Noble, Josiah Porter, 1902, granite and bronze, 14' x 8' 3" x 8' 3"
Van Cortlandt Park, Broadway and 245 Street, City of New York Parks and Recreation

James Novelli, Clason Point War Memorial, 1928, granite and bronze
Woodrow Wilson Square, Soundview and Patterson Avenues
City of New York Parks and Recreation

John Oakman, Westchester Square War Memorial, 1925, granite
Owen Dolan Park, East Tremont Avenue at Westchester Square
City of New York Parks and Recreation

Dennis Oppenheim, Rising and Setting, 2006, Perforated painted steel sculpture on station grounds
Metro North Railroad, Hudson Line, Riverdale Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Ruth H. Ordway, Scenes From the History of New York, ca. 1922
oil on canvas, 8 panels with individual titles
P.S. 36, The Union Port School, 1070 Castle Hill Avenue
New York City Board of Education

José Ortega, Una Raza, Un Mundo, Universo (One Race, One World, One Universe), 1996
Ceramic mosaic on platform walls
#2 and #5 Lines, 3rd Avenue-149th Street Station, MTA Arts for Transit

George Ortman, Windows, 1968, mixed media, 65" x 151"
J.H.S. 144 Michelangelo School, 1st floor, 2545 Gunther Avenue
New York City Board of Education

Tom Otterness, Double Foot, 1993, bronze sculpture
Roberto Clemente State Park, Battery Park City Authority

Richard Henry Park, Poe Actors Monument, white marble and bronze
Poe House, 2640 Grand Concourse

William Ordway Partridge, Untitled, after 1911, bronze
Joseph Pulitzer Memorial, Woodlawn Cemetery, Webster Avenue at 233rd Street

José Ortega, Una Raza, Un Mundo, Universo, 1996, mosaic murals
7 panels; 6 4' x 10', 1 panel; 6 1/2' x 18', 149th Street and 3rd Avenue Station
Located in waiting areas and along platforms, MTA Arts for Transit

Attilio Piccirilli, Christopher Columbus, ca.1925, marble and granite
D'Auria Murphy Triangle, East 183rd Street and Crescent Avenue, Adams Place
City of New York Parks and Recreation

Attilio Piccirilli, Fortitude, bronze
Piccirilli Memorial, Woodlawn Cemetery, Webster Avenue at 233rd Street

Howardena Pindell, Lehman College Environs, 1993, glass, stone and ceramic wall mosaic
Lehman College Apex Building, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West
Dormitory Authority of State of New York

William Pogany, Scenes From the Realms of Art, 1924 c., oil on canvas, 72" x 216"
P.S. 43, Jonas Bronck School, 165 Brown Place, New York City Board of Education

Clendon Gray Pole, Intergalactic Journey, 1978, acrylic paint, 144" x 216"
P.S. 4 Crotona School, 1701 Fulton Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Elemer Polony, Astronomy & Biology, 36" x 18", The Universe & Nature, 36" x 36"
Arts & Architecture, 18" x 72", Chemistry, 18" x 36", ca. 1967, mosaic panels
P.S. 40, Saw Mill School, 468 East 140th Street, New York City Board of Education

Elemer Polony, The World of Space, 1970, Venetian glass / marble chip panel, 108" x 288"
Adlai East Stevenson High School, 1980 Lafayette Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Elemer Polony, Untitled, n.d., marble & mosaic, 60" x 120"
I.S. 162, Lola Rodriguez de Tio School, 2nd, 3rd, 4th fl. passageway
600 St. Anne's Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Maurice J. Power, Archbishop John Hughes, installed 1891, bronze sculpture
Fordham University, Fordham Road and Southern Blvd.

Alexander Phimister Proctor, Elephant House, 1907-1908 (now known as Zoo Center)
6 sculptures (2 elephants, 1 rhinoceroses): all Indiana limestone
Bronx Zoo, Department of Exhibition and Graphic Arts, Zoo Center
185th Street & Southern Boulevard, New York Zoological Society

Alexander Phimister Proctor, Monkey House, 1901
2 sculptures; 2 friezes, Bronx Zoo, Zoo Center, 185th Street & Southern Boulevard

Alexander Phimister Proctor, Main Bird House, 1901 (now administration building)
Eagle and cornice: stone masonry, Peacock: terra cotta
Bronx Zoo, Department of Exhibition and Graphic Arts, Astor Court
185th Street & Southern Boulevard, New York Zoological Society

Alexander Phimister Proctor, Reptile House, 1899
Bronx Zoo, Department of Exhibition and Graphic Arts, Astor Court
185th Street & Southern Boulevard, New York Zoological Society

Edmondo Quattrocchi, Isaac L. Rice Memorial Fountain, 1921, marble
Pelham Bay Park

Edmond Thomas Quinn, Edgar Allen Poe, c. 1909, polished walnut and bronze, 6' 6" x 1' 10" x 1' 3"
Poe Cottage, Grand Concourse and 193rd Street, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Anton Refregier, Colorful Figures from American History, 1958
5 ceramic tile panels, 4 of 72" x 24", 1 of 24" x 72"
P.S. 146, Edward Collins School, 968 Cauldwell Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Anton Refregier, Reconstruction (Bread and the Family), 1942, oil on canvas, 87" x 485"
HDM Building, visitor's room Riker's Island Penitentiary, Riker's Island
Department of General Services / FA

Frank Reilly, Humanities Protecting Biology, Physics, Chemistry, 1959
Venetian glass mosaic, 648" x 2400"
Bronx High School of Science, 75 West 205th Street, New York City Board of Education

William Clark Rice, Characters from History and Literature, 1922, oil on canvas, 48" x 360"
P.S. 43 Jonas Bronck School, 165 Brown Place, New York City Board of Education

Faith Ringgold, Eugenio Maria de Hostos: The Man, His Life and His Dream, 1994
quilted acrylic on painted canvas duck fabric, 9' x 18'
Hostos Community College, Allied Health Building, Grand Concourse at 149th Street
Dormitory Authority of the State of New York

Bob Rivera, Open Voyage, 1992, stele and painted aluminum, 19' x 40' x 14'
P.S. 279, Walton Avenue, East 181st Street and Tremont Avenue
New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Freddy Rodríguez, The Garden and Guitar, 1995
Terra cotta (glazed) columns and granite paving design
P.S. 37, West 230th Street, New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Jules Eduard Roine, Justice, sculpture modeled 1909, dedicated 1910, Tennessee marble
Bronx County Court Building, Third Avenue and 161st Street
City of New York, Department of General Services

Tim Rollins + K.O.S., Amerika For The People of Bathgate, 1988, mural on masonry wall, 660"x 432"
C.E.S. 4, Crotona School, 1701 Fulton Avenue
Cosponsored by Public Art Fund, Inc. and the Port of Authority of New York & New Jersey in cooperation with C.E.S. 4 and the Board of Education

Moses Ros, Patriasana, Wholesomeland, 2005, Faceted / laminated glass in mezzanine windows
#4 Line, Fordham Road Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Frederick George Richard Roth, Ibis Totem, ca. 1935, stone
Bath house, Crotona Park, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Charles Rudy, Noah, 1938, limestone sculpture, 13' 4" x 8' 4" x 3'
Bronx Central Post Office, North Façade, 558 Grand Concourse
United States General Services Administration

Charles Cary Rumsey, Study for Frieze (sculpture), 1921
I. L. Rice Play field, Pelham Bay Park

Christy Rupp, Time Flies, 1997
Early Childhood Center # 2, 174th Street and Crotona Park
New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Juan Sánchez, Reaching Out For Each Other, 2006
Faceted glass in platform windscreens and mezzanine windows
#4 Line, 176th Street Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Louis Saint-Lanne, Isaac L. Rice Memorial (Study of American Boy), 1920-1921
Near stadium, Pelham Bay Park

Edward Field Sanford Jr., George Snowden, Joseph Kiselewski, Max Hausle,
Joseph Friedlander and Adolph A. Weinman
, Eight Statuary Groups, 1932
Georgia pink marble, each 100" x 121" x 70"
Bronx County Court Building, 161st Street & Grand Concourse
City of New York Parks and Recreation

David Saunders, Seat, 1987, bronze, 8' x 6' 8" x 8' 8"
Westchester Square, Westchester Avenue and Benson Street, Public Art Fund

David Saunders, Firehat, 1988, aluminum relief
Engine Company 41Firehouse, East 155th Street and Melrose Avenue
NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Percent for Art Program and New York City Fire Department

Anton Schaaf, Colonel Frank Hines Memorial, 1930, bronze and marble
Franklin Avenues at 167th Street, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Martin Schenk and Arthur V. Waldregon, Macomb's Dam Park Fountain
Installed 1908; relocated 1936, limestone, granite and Tennessee marble
Macomb's Dam Park

Martin Schenk, Pelham Parkway Fountain, dedicated 1909
rustic stone, Pelham Parkway, City of New York Parks and Recreation

J. Schucker, Lorillard Snuff Mill, 1924, mural, 40' x 66"
Lorillard Snuff Mill, New York Botanical Gardens, 185th Street & Southern Boulevard
City of New York Parks and Recreation

Vicki Scuri, Butterfly Garden, 1996, steel, Lexan, cedar planters, steel trellises, landscaping materials
P.S. 34, Grote Street and Prospect Avenue, New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Ben Shahn & Bernarda Bryson Shahn, Resources of America, 1939, 13 panels tempera mural, 18' h
Bronx General Post Office, 558 Grand Concourse & 149th Street
U.S. Treasury Dept., Section of Painting and Sculpture

Ami Shamir, Aleph, aluminum sculpture, painted, 10' x 11' 3" x 4'9"
Salanter Akba Riverdale Academy, 655 West 254th Street

Donald Shepherd, Birds in Flight, 1977, mirror & glass mosaic panel, 104"x 156"
Riker's Island Penitentiary, Support Facility Building, Department of General Services / FA

Donald Shepherd, Untitled, n.d., forged bronze mosaic, 102" x 240"
South Bronx High School, 2nd & 3rd floor entrance lobbies
701 St. Anne's Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Dorothea Sims, Isaac L. Rice Memorial Fountain, 1921, marble, Pelham Bay Park

Alison Sky, Thresholds, 1999
P.S. 83, 950 Rhinelander Avenue, New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

George Snowden, Joseph Kiselewski, Max Hausle, Joseph Friedlander, Edward Field Sanford Jr., Adolph A. Weinman, Eight Statuary Groups, 1932, Georgia pink marble, each 100" x 121" x 70"
Bronx County Building, 161st Street & Grand Concourse, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Clemente Spampinato, Basketball, 1957, cast bronze, 9' x 4' 7" x 3'
P.S. 140, Entrance, 916 Eagle Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Clemente Spampinato, Elements of Education, 1971, 3 cast bronze sculptures each 6' H
P.S. 160, 4140 Hutchinson River Parkway East, New York City Board of Education

Max Spivak, Sports & Skills; Arts & Letters, ca. 1967
Venetian gall and marble mosaic, 2 panels, 108" x 240" each
P.S. 754 , Bronx School Career Development, 470 Jackson Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Max Spivak, Untitled, 1970, oil on canvas, 6 panels, 168" circumference
Bronx Borough Public Library, Spuyten Duyvil Branch, 650 West 235th Street
Department of General Services / FA

Therman Statom, Luz, 2001, Terrazo tile floor and suspended sculpture
Concourse Village East Day Care Center, East 158th Street and Concourse Village East
New York City Agency for Child Development, Percent for Art Program

Charles W. Stoughton, 7th Draft Board War Memorial, 1924
granite, 20" x 9' 5" (diameter), Pelham Parkway and 219th Street
Bronx Parkway Drive at 219th Street, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Carol Sun, A Bronx Reflection, 2007, Faceted glass in passageway windscreens
#4 Line, 167th Street Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Jorge Tacla, Memories of the Bronx, 1998, 2 oil on linen murals, 6' x 19'
Bronx Housing Court, second floor courtroom,
118 Grand Concourse between McClelland Street and East 166th Street
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Percent for Art Program, Office of Court Administration and the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Department of General Services

William Tapley, Untitled, 1975, oil on hardboard panels, 2 pieces 144" x 168"each
P.S. 175, The City Island School, auditorium
200 City Island Avenue, New York City Board of Education

William Tarr, Untitled, 1972, Cor-ten steel sculpture
Segundo Ruiz Belvis Community Care Center, 545 East 142nd Street
New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation

Carl Eugene Tefft, Fountain of Life, 1903-1905, bronze and marble, 10' x 5' x 8'
New York Botanical Garden, Museum Building entrance, 200th Street and Southern Boulevard

John Terken, Ceramics as a Craft, 1978, plastic / metal bas relief, 48" x 60"
OTC P721, Stephen McSweeney School, 2697 Westchester Avenue
New York Board of Education

Tiffany Studios, Untitled, 1928, carved oak, gold leaf, 31" x 47"
Morris High School, Boston Post Rd/166 Street, New York City Board of Education

Tom Tischler, Galapagos Tortoise, 1985, 1989, bronze sculpture, 4' L
New York Zoological Society

Helen Treadwell, Popular Characters from Children's Books, 1961
mosaic, 3 panels: (center) 72" x 108"; (left & right) 48" x 36" each
P.S. 100, Isaac Clason School, auditorium, 800 Taylor Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Marina Tsersarskaya, Bronx, Four Seasons, 2008
Faceted glass in platform windscreens and station building window niches
#2 and #5 Lines, Prospect Avenue Station, MTA Arts for Transit

Charles Yardley Turner, Opening the Erie Canal, 1905, 2 murals, oil on canvas, 150" x 189"
DeWitt Clinton High School, Mosholu Parkway & Paul Avenue, New York City Board of Education, WPA

Brinsley Tyrrell, Entrance Gate, 1996, bronze, 2 sets 12' x 13' x 12' sections
P.S. 15, Andrews Avenue at Hall of Fame Terrace
New York City Board of Education, Department of Cultural Affairs,Percent for Art Program

Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Honor, 2000
Engine Company 75 Firehouse, Walton Avenue
NYC Fire Department, Department of Cultural Affairs, Percent for Art Program

Anton Van Dalen, Bronx Botanical Garden Frieze, 2000
porcelain enamel murals and terrazzo pavers, lunchroom and school yard
P.S./ I.S.20, 3020 Webster Avenue & East 202nd Street
New York City Board of Education, Department of Cultural Affairs, Percent for Art Program

Stuyvesant Van Veen, Children Playing, 1958, mural, formica mounted on board, 96" x 144"
P.S. 8, The Isaac Varian School, 3010 Briggs Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Rose Viggiano, The Elements, 1992, acrylic mural
1506 Walton Avenue, CityArts, Inc.

Arthur V. Waldregon and Martin Schenk, Macomb's Dam Park Fountain,
installed 1908; relocated 1936, limestone, granite and Tennessee marble, Macomb's Dam Park

Arthur Ware, Crystal palace of New York City, 1853, d. 1963, oil painting mural
P.S. 17, Fordham Street and City Island Avenue, New York City Board of Education

Vivienne Thaul Wechter, Past, Present, Future, 1984, painted steel sculpture, 10' 6" x 6' x 3'
Conservative Synagogue Adath Israel of Riverdale, 250th Street and Henry Hudson Parkway

Carrie Mae Weems, Mind, Health, Spirit, Body, four mosaic panels, 10' x 2 1/2'
Gymnasium, Walton High School, 2780 Reservoir Avenue
New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Katherine Lane Weems, Great Indian Rhinoceros, 1935
bronze sculpture, 2 pieces each 6 1/2' x 4' x 13 1/2'
Bronx Zoo, 185th Street & Southern Boulevard, New York Zoological Society

Samuel Goss Weiner, Untitled, 1958
ceramic glazed architectural terra-cotta tiles, freeform shapes & colors, length 63'
JHS 142, John Philip Sousa School, 3750 Baychester Avenue
New York City Board of Education

Adolph A. Weinman, Edward Field Sanford Jr., George Snowden, Joseph Kiselewski,
Max Hausle, Joseph Friedlander
, Eight Statuary Groups, 1932
Georgia pink marble, each 100" x 121" x 70"
Bronx County Court Building, 161st Street & Grand Concourse, City of New York Parks and Recreation

Allan and Ellen Wexler, Architectural Treatments (Abstractions), 1999
I.S. 254, New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Allan and Ellen Wexler, Drawing, 1994, vinyl, concrete, brass, 112'
P.S. 340, 25 West 195th Street, New York City Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Stanford White, sculptures by Frederick MacMonnies, Herbert Adams, Daniel Chester French,
Malvina Hoffman, Lorado Taft, Anna Hyatt Huntington, A. Stirling Calder and others
Hall of Fame for Great Americans, 560' long open air granite colonnade
Bronx Community College, University Avenue and West 181 Street

Todd Williams, Lollipops
I.S. 167, front, West Farms Road & East Tremont Avenue

Michael Kelly Williams, The El #2 and The El #5, 1992, glass mosaic on mezzanine walls
#2 and #5 Lines, Intervale Subway Station, MTA Arts For Transit

Lumen Martin Winter, Arts and Sciences, 1959, oil on Belgian linen, 2 panels: 108" x 144" each
J.H.S. 141 The Riverdale School, 660 West 237th Street, New York City Board of Education

Lumen Martin Winter and Jonathan P. Hyatt, Educator, ca. 1962, mosaic marble panel, 96"x 276"
P.S. 154, Jonathan D. Hyatt School, 333 East 135th Street, New York City Board of Education

Martin Wong, Traffic Signs for the Hearing Impaired, 1990, DOT aluminum steel signs
St. Joseph's School for the Deaf, 1000 Hutchinson River Parkway, Public Art Fund, Inc.

Janet Zweig, Your Voices, 1997
Walton High School, 2780 Reservoir Avenue, NYC Board of Education, Percent for Art Program

Unknown, Bobbink Tablet, 1939, bronze tablet
New York Botanical Garden, 200th Street and Southern Boulevard, Rose Park

Unknown, Eagle, granite sculpture, 9' x 3' 7" x 4' 1"
Bronx Zoo, Department of Exhibition and Graphic Arts, 185th St.& Southern Boulevard
Astor Court, New York Zoological Society

Unknown, Untitled, ca. 1897-1899, stained glass, 12 panels
3 panels 13" x 32" each, 3 panels 48" x 32" each, 2 panels, 13" x 23" each
2 panels 13" x 23" each, 2 panels 22" x 30" each
P.S. 31, William Lloyd Garrison School, auditorium, 425 Grand Concourse, NYC Board of Education


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