Outdoor Sculpture at Queen’s
Steven Stowell and Jan Allen
Year: 2002
8.25" x 6"
ISBN: n/a
$0.00 brochure
The campus at Queen's University is known for its rich history, picturesque green spaces and handsome architecture. Contributing to its charm is the small but cohesive collection of modernist and contemporary outdoor sculpture that adorns parks, paths and courtyards. The university initiated the display of outdoor sculpture in the 1970s to enliven the aesthetics of the campus and to celebrate the completion of new buildings, a practice resumed in recent years with the opening of the new Agnes Etherington Art Centre. This brochure is intended to encourage enjoyment and knowledge of the fine sculpture on campus.
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