List of public art in Columbus, Ohio

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These Are My Jewels

Columbus, Ohio has an extensive public art collection.

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Works

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Greenwood Park Sofa in 2005
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Statue of Benjamin Franklin
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Statue of Friedrich Schiller
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Umbrella Girl

Works at the Ohio Statehouse

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The William McKinley Monument

Former works

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<i>Spanish–American War Memorial</i> (Columbus, Ohio) Sculpture in Columbus, Ohio, U.S.

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References

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