Three Graces (Mack)

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Three Graces
ThreeGraces1965.JPG
Artist Heinz Mack
Year1965
Typepolished chrome-plated steel
Location Lynden Sculpture Garden, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Coordinates Coordinates: 43°10′37.0″N87°56′13.5″W / 43.176944°N 87.937083°W / 43.176944; -87.937083

Three Graces is a public art work by artist Heinz Mack located at the Lynden Sculpture Garden near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. The three pillars are named Thalia, Aglaia and Euphrosyne; they are attached to a base and installed on the lawn. [1]

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References

  1. Buck, Diane (1995). Outdoor Sculpture in Milwaukee: A Cultural and Historical Guidebook. Madison: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin. pp. 202–203. ISBN   0-87020-276-6.