The Baltimore Museum of Art Sculpture Garden

January 7, 2009

Tony Smith.Spitball.1961.The Baltimore Museum of Art:Purchased as a gift of Ryda and Robert Henry Levi.Baltimore.BMA 1985.193 Copyright Tony Smith/Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York Photo: Howard Korn

The light bulb of a winter day emits white, blue. Sculpture gardens without the shade allow space for the objects to be seen in a different way. All the more reason to visit the Baltimore Museum of Art Sculpture Garden before the lushness of the leaves surround the 34 sculptures. In its terraced gardens you will find a 100 year survey including a 1892 bronze of Balzac by the Frenchman, Rodin, and the 1969 Red A Hundred Yard Dash by the American, Alexander Calder. When the foliage does appear the music of Jazz Concerts takes a seat.


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