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Tony Rosenthal Public Art Sculptures 1939 - 2009
A Nubian Slave, 1939
Cement
Queens, New York
Tony Rosenthal Coal Mining Coal Mining, 1941
Post Office
Nokomis, Illinois
Wall of Time, 1941
Bronze plate
10 feet diameter
Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois
Tony Rosenthal Coal Miners Coal Miners, 1942
Cast and patinated plaster relief
25 1/8 x 37 x 3 3/8 inches
Smithsonian American Art Museum Transfer from the General Services Administration 1980.133.1
Sundial, 1947
Walnut and Bronze
4 x 4 feet
Calabasas, California
Mahogany Relief, 1947
42 x 36 feet
Nokomis, Illinois
Reliefs representing aspects of drilling and refining oil, 1949
Walnut
14 x 10 feet
Los Angeles, California
Tony Rosenthal Bronze Relief Bronze Relief, 1950
Bronze
30 feet
Beverly Hills, California
Fountain, 1950
Bronze
2 1/2 x 6 x 3 feet
University of California, Los Angeles, California
Two Reliefs, 1951
Steel
7 x 3 feet
Los Angeles, California
Ballet Dancers, 1952
Painted Plaster
15 feet
RKO Studios, Hollywood, California
Fountain, 1952
Bronze
8 x 20 x 8 feet
Beverly Hills, California
Tony Rosenthal Gold Coast The Gold Coast, 1954
Brass and Bronze
30 feet
Chicago, Illinois, 1000 N Lake Shore Drive
Tony Rosenthal The Family Group The Family Group, 1955
Bronze
14 x 5 x 3 feet
Los Angeles, California
Tony Rosenthal Outside Wall Sculpture Jacob's Ladder, 1955
Bronze
20 feet
Beverly Hills, California
Menorah
Bronze
8 feet
Beverly Hills, California
Exterior Wall, 1958
8 x 40 feet
Brass and Bronze
Southland Center, Dallas, Texas
Interior Wall, 1958
15 x 25 feet
Brass and Bronze
Southland Center, Dallas, Texas
Two Painted Aluminum Walls, 1963
Aluminum
13 x 28 feet each
Century City, Los Angeles
Megapole, 1965
Painted Steel
5 x 5 x 5 feet
Fresno, California
Tony Rosenthal Orion Orion, 1965
Bronze
Fresno, California
Tony Rosenthal Alamo Alamo, 1967
Painted CorTen Steel
15 x 15 x 15 feet
Astor Place, New York
Tony Rosenthal Cube in Seven Parts

Cube in Seven Parts, 1967
Painted CorTen Steel
180 x 174 x 174 inches
Detroit, Michigan

Tony Rosenthal Terrace Screen

Terrace Screen, 1968
CorTen Steel
90 x 225 inches
Cal State Fullerton University, California

Tony Rosenthal Endover Endover, 1968
Painted CorTen Steel
15 x 15 x 15 feet
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Tony Rosenthal Rondo Rondo, 1969
Welded Bronze
11 x 11 x 5 feet
New York, New York
Tony Rosenthal Kepaakala Kepaakala (Sun Disc), 1970
Welded Bronze
11 x 5 feet
Honolulu, Hawaii
Tony Rosenthal Odyssey Odyssey I, 1971
Painted Aluminum
6' 8" x 7' 11" x 8' 9"
Middelheim, Antwerp, Belgium
Tony Rosenthal Memorial Cube Memorial Cube, 1972
Painted Aluminum
7 1/2 x 7 1/2 x 7 1/2 feet
Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut
Column, 1972
Stainless Steel
30 feet
Sunrise Mall, Massapequa, New York
Tony Rosenthal Cube '72 Cube '72, 1972
Painted Steel
90 x 90 x 90 inches
Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York
Tony Rosenthal 5 in 1 5 in 1, 1973
Painted CorTen Steel
35 x 28 x 42 feet
One Police Plaza, New York
Tony Rosenthal Ark Ark, 1974
Welded Brass and Walnut
28 x 36 feet
Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Tony Rosenthal Book Pages Book Pages, 1974
Cor-Ten Steel
10' x 12' 4" x 11'
Alton Baker Park, Nielsen Garden, Eugene, Oregon
Tony rosenthal odyssey III Odyssey III, 1974
Painted Aluminum
6.6 x 7.91 x 8.75 feet
San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, California
Tony Rosenthal Big Six Big Six, 1975
Structural Steel
9 x 14 feet
Chysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia
Tony rosenthal odyssey II Odyssey II, 1975
Painted Aluminum
80 x 95 x 105 inches
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Tony rosenthal Hobo Hobo, 1976
Cor-Ten Steel
8' 3 1/2" x 2' 8" x 4' 10"
Laumeier Sculpture Park & Museum, St. Louis, Missouri
Tony Rosenthal Hammearkjold

Hammarskjold, 1977
Structural Steel
20 x 20 x 20 feet
Hammarskjold Plaza, New York

Tony Rosenthal Holocaust Memorial Holocaust Memorial, 1977
Stainless Steel
10 x 5 feet
Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo, Getzville, New York
Tony Rosenthal Large T-Square Large T-Square, 1978
Painted Structural Steel
7 x 4.3 x 4.16 feet
Grove Isle, Miami, Florida
Tony Rosenthal Steel Park SteelPark, 1980
Painted Steel
14 x 60 x 40 feet
New York,, New York
Cranbrook Ingathering Cranbrook Ingathering, 1980
Rusted Steel
10 x 26 x 25 feet
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Element 'H' x 5, 1980
Rusted Steel
6 1/2 x 25 x 26 feet
P.S.1, Queens, New York
Tony Rosenthal Bronco Bronco, 1981
Stainless Steel
87 feet
Houston, Texas
Tony Rosenthal Odyssey Odyssey, 1983
CorTen Steel
14 x 14 x 10 feet
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Tony Rosenthal Marty's Cube Marty's Cube, 1983
Painted Steel
15 feet
Grove Isle, Miami, Florida
Tony Rosenthal Sculpture Park Sculpture Park, 1984
Painted Steel
14 x 80 x 60 feet
Culmer Metro-Rail Station
, Miami, Florida
Tony Rosenthal Tournesol Tournesol, 1984
Welded Bronze
8 x 8 x 2 feet
Miami, Florida
Big Six, 1984
Structural Steel
10 x 15 feet
Des Moines, Iowa
Hammarskjold II, 1986
Painted Steel
20 x 20 x 20 feet
Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
Tony Rosenthal Pass-Thru Pass-Thru, 1988
Painted Steel
6.5 x 17 x 16 feet
Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
Tony Rosenthal Indiana Totem Indiana Totem, 1989
Painted Aluminum
35 feet
Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana
Boreal (A bench), 1990
Steel
5 x 9.9 x 5 feet
Runnymede Sculpture Farm, Woodside, California
Fugue, 1991
Painted Steel
16 feet
Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana
Odyssey IV, 1992
Painted Aluminum
6' 8" x 7' 11" x 8' 9"
Miami, Florida
Tony Rosenthal Coriolis Bench Coriolis, A Bench, 1997
Painted Steel
48 x 48 x 102 inches
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts
Tony Rosenthal J.S. Bach Variation 9 J.S. Bach Variation #9, 1997
Painted Aluminum
16 x 3 x 3 feet
Ravinia Music Festival Park, Highland Park, Illinois
Tony Rosenthal Cube '97 Cube '97, 1998
Painted Steel
108 x 108 x 108 inches
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park, Hamilton, Ohio
Tony Rosental Coriolis Coriolis (A bench), 1998
Steel
48 x 92 x 48 inches
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park, Hamilton, Ohio
Tony Rosenthal House of the Minotaur House of the Minotaur, 1998
Painted Steel
6 1/2 x 25 x 26 feet
Laumeier Sculpture Park & Museum, St. Louis, Missouri
Bench, 1998
Aluminum
50 x 120 x 50 inches
Miami, Florida
Tony Rosenthal J.S. Bach Fugue 1 J.S. Bach Fugue #1, 1999
Painted Steel
192 x 120 x 60 inches
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park, Hamilton, Ohio

 

 

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