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Finding Aid: Save Outdoor Sculptures! (SOS!) Files: Los Angeles and Neighboring Counties: Sculptors/Artists G-L

Inventory of outdoor sculptures in the Los Angeles and neighboring counties in Southern California

Sculptor/Artist last name beginning with letters G-L

  • Merrell Gage, Alan Hancock Foundation and Memorial Museum, 1940. Los Angeles County, Childs Way and University Ave, USC.
  • Merrell Gage, Electric Fountain, 1931. Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills.
  • Merrell Gage, Father Time, Spirit of the Time, 1933-1934. Los Angeles County, Times Mirror Bldg.
  • Merrell Gage, Honorable Achievements, 1936. Los Angeles County, Hollywood High School.
  • Merrell Gage, Hydroelectric Energy, Light and Power, or “Generation”, “Distribution”, and “Utilization”, 1930-1931. Los Angeles County, One Bunker Hill Bldg.
  • Merrell Gage, Lincoln the Lawyer, 1960, dedicated 1961. Foundry/Fabricator: Roman Bronze orks Inc., NYC. Los Angeles County, NE Corner of 1st and Grand.
  • Merrell Gage, Tribute to Motion Picture Celebrities, 1959. Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills.
  • Ted Gall, Charger. Riverside County, Median Island on El Paseo, Palm Desert.
  • Archibald Garner, Roger Noble Burnham, George Stanley, Gordon Newell, Djey el Djey, Arnold Foerster, Astronomer’s Monument, 1934. Los Angeles County Griffith Park Observatory.
  • Christopher Georgesco, Splits Radiation, 1977. Los Angeles County UCLA Alumni Center.
  • April Greiman, Walk Earth Talk, 1990. With poet Lucille Clifton. Los Angeles County, CitiCorp Plaza, Poet’s Walk.
  • Helen Walter Gerson, Touch and Experience, 1977. Los Angeles County, Westwood Park.
  • David Gilhooly, The Public Abandons Philosophy, and Pigeons Acquire Philosophy, 1990. Los Angeles County, CitiCorp Plaza, Poet’s Walk.
  • Eric Gill, Unknown or Sundial, 1937(?). Carver: Anthony Foster. Los Angeles County, 2520 Cimarron St., Clark Memorial Library.
  • Gerald Gladstone (consulting sculptor), King Memorial, 1978. Harold Williams, architect and planner. Los Angeles County, Compton Civic Center.
  • Edward Glauder, Loop, 1986. Los Angeles County, Fisher Gallery, USC.
  • Daniel Gluck, The Eagle. Orange County, Birch and Flower Hill, Brea.
  • S.M. Goddard, Seventh Regiment Monument, 1900. Consultants: architects Theodore Eisen and Sumner Hunt. Los Angeles County, Pershing Square.
  • Betty Gold, Monumental Holistic V, 1981. Los Angeles County 9th St. Offramp of 110 Freeway.
  • Ken Goldman, Satyr, 1972. Los Angeles County Barnsdall Art Park. Stolen.
  • Jos Gomolka, Entertainment Liberates or Recreation, 1993. Riverside County, Civic Center Park- Civic Recreation Center, Palm Desert.
  • Glenna Goodacre, Basket Dancer, 1987. Los Angeles County, 301 N. Canon
  • Victor Gutierrez, Venustiano Carranza, 1980. Los Angeles County, Lincoln Park/Parque de Mexico.
  • Gidon Graetz, Mirage, 1987. Los Angeles County, Corner of Nash and Mariposa.
  • Robert Graham, Olympic Gates, 1984. Los Angeles County, LA Memorial Coliseum.
  • Robert Graham, Source Figure, 1992. Los Angeles County, First Interstate Tower.
  • Robert Graham, Dance Door, 1978. Los Angeles County, The Music Center of Los Angeles.
  • Wim Griffith, Bill Cosby/Performer, 1993. Jan Scott, architect, designed pedestal. Foundry/Fabricator: West Coast Foundry. Los Angeles County, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
  • Wim Griffith, Norman Lear/Producer, 1990. Jan Scott, architect, designed pedestal. Foundry/Fabricator: West Coast Foundry. Los Angeles County, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
  • Mineko Grimmer, Untitled, 1989. Architect: The Nadel Partnership; Landscape architect: Takata Associates. Foundry/Fabricator: The Fountain Works. Los Angeles County, California Medical Center.
  • Paul Guerrero, Mirage; Aviary; Ancient Fossil Bench, Ant Tile Wall, 1993. Landscape architect: Lawrence Halprin; poets Kate Braverman and Wanda Coleman. Los Angeles County, Grand Hope Park.
  • Lloyd Hamrol, City Terrace, 1983. Orange County, Anaheim City Hall.
  • Lloyd Hamrol, Twenty One Stones, 1985. Los Angeles County, 600 State Dr. Exposition Park.
  • Lloyd Hamrol, Uptown Rocker, 1986. Contracting company: Parr; contractor: Joseph Perazzelli. Los Angeles County, 4th St. at lower Grand Ave.
  • Junichiro Hannya, Sontuko (Kinjiro) Ninomiya, 1983. Los Angeles County, 200 S. San Pedro, Little Tokyo.
  • Catherine Hardwicke, Hollywood and La Brea Gateway, 1993. Dedicated 1994. Los Angeles County, Hollywood and La Brea.
  • Keith Haring, Untitled, 1985. On loan from the collection of Janet and Martin Blinder. Los Angeles County, University of Judaism.
  • Lars Hawks, Untitled, 1992. Los Angeles County, Hollywood Freeway near Sherman Way.
  • Michael Hayden, Generators of the Cylinder, 1981. Los Angeles County, 550 S. Hill St.
  • Milton Elting Hebald, Adagio, 1978. Los Angeles County, Nash and Mariposa St.
  • Milton Elting Hebald, Handstand, 1986. Los Angeles County, Downtown YMCA.
  • Milton Elting Hebald, Olympiade ‘84. Los Angeles County, Downtown YMCA.
  • Anthony Heinsbergen, Unknown, 1962. Los Angeles County, 434 S. Grand Ave.
  • Michael Heizer, North, East, South, West, 1967-1981. Architects: Albert C. Martin and Associates. Los Angeles County, 444 S. Flower St.
  • Eda Martinek Henry, Mother and Child, 1982. Los Angeles County, Los Angeles Zoo.
  • Eda Martinek Henry, Walter, 1991. Los Angeles County, 300 Corporate Pointe (North Tower), Culver City.
  • George Herms, Clock Tower – Monument to the Unknown, 1987. Los Angeles County, MacArthur Park.
  • George Herms, Portals to Poetry, the Door, 1989. Poetry by Charles Simic. Los Angeles County, CitiCorp Plaza, Poet’s Walk.
  • Jason Herron, Modern Youth, 1937. Los Angeles County, Belmont High School. Sculpture now lost.
  • Michael E. Higgins, Triton. Santa Barbara County, Santa Barbara City College.
  • Norman Hines, Sunrise Sunset, placed 1991. Riverside County, Highway 74 and Haystack, Palm Desert.
  • Isao Hirai, Astronaut Ellison S. Onizuka Memorial, 1990. Foundry/Fabricator: Scale Model Company. Los Angeles County, Ellison S. Onizuka St.
  • Harriet Hochberg, Chai. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging, Reseda.
  • Harriet Hochberg, Loving Memories of You, 1991. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging, Reseda.
  • Harriet Hochberg, Mother and Child, 1986. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging.
  • Harriet Hochberg, Serenity, 1991. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging, Reseda.
  • Harriet Hochberg, Towards a Better Tomorrow, 1987. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging, Reseda.
  • Doug Hollis and Richard Turner, Garden of Voices, 1986. Los Angeles County, MacArthur Park.
  • Jenny Holzer, Action Causes More Trouble, 1988. Los Angeles County, University of Judaism.
  • Donal Hord, CCC Workers, 1934. Los Angeles County, South Pasadena Jr. High School.
  • Donal Hord, Justice, 1956. Foundry/Fabricator: Gladding McBean. Los Angeles County, 111 N. Hill St.
  • Donal Hord, Man and Machine, 1934. Los Angeles County, Exposition Park, 30th and Grand.
  • John Horton, Cactus Flower. Orange County, Central and Site, Brea.
  • Jean Antoine Houdon, George Washington, 1796. Cast 1933. Foundry/Fabricator: The Gorham Company. Los Angeles County, Civic Center Mall, Court of Flags.
  • Olinka Hrdy, Comedy and Tragedy: Muses, 1937. Fabricated by artists Ella Buchanan and Stefan de Vriendt. Los Angeles County, Santa Monica High School.
  • Sam Gilliam, CAAM Hues, 1989. Los Angeles County, Exposition Park, California African American Museum.
  • Tita Hupp and Karen Hupp Berley, Unknown, 1989. Los Angeles County, 8914 Santa Monica Blvd.
  • Walter B. Ingle, The Alien Finder. Los Angeles County, 30252 Mulholland Hwy., Agoura.
  • Walter B. Ingle, The Guardian. Los Angeles County, 30252 Mulholland Hwy., Agoura.
  • Gan Iwashiro, Untitled, 1977. Los Angeles County, 120 S. Los Angeles St.
  • Jacquemat, Henri Alfred Marie, Hunter and Hounds, Santa Monica Boulevard, between Cannon and Crescent.
  • Helen Webster and Holger Jensen, Captain G. Allen Hancock, 1962. Santa Barbara County, Allan Hancock College, Santa Maria.
  • Helen Webster and Holger Jensen, Captain G. Allan Hancock, 1963. Los Angeles County, La Brea Tar Pits.
  • Helen Webster and Holger Jensen, A.W. Ross, 1956. Dedicated 1964. Los Angeles County, 5700 Wilshire Blvd.
  • Frans Johansen, Emmy, 1990. Foundry/Fabricator: Wasatch Bronze Works. Los Angeles County, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
  • Burt Johnson, Architecture, Sculpture, and Inspiration, 1926, dedicated 1927. Architects: Walker and Eisen; artist’s assistant: Merrell Gage. Los Angeles County, Fine Arts Bldg.
  • J. Seward Johnson, Expectations, 1993. Los Angeles County, School for the Blind, 741 N. Vermont Ave.
  • J. Seward Johnson, Hell, Time to Go Fishing. Sited by Sculpture Placement, Washington, DC. Orange County, Four Seasons Hotel, Newport Beach. The sculpture is on consignment to the Four Seasons and may be moved to another location at any time.
  • Nina Kaiser, Laffit Pincay Jr. Dedicated 1992. Los Angeles County, Santa Anita Race Track.
  • Christopher Keene, Salmon Run, 1982. Los Angeles County, Manulife Plaza, 515 S. Figueroa St.
  • George Kelham, architect. Unknown, Standard Oil Building. Los Angeles County, Standard Oil Building.
  • Kenneth Kendall, James Dean, 1955-1956. Los Angeles County, Griffith Park Observatory.
  • John Keppleman, Flight, 1985. Los Angeles County, Van Nuys State Office Bldg.
  • Lyman Kip, Highline. Installed 1976. Los Angeles County, 6230 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys.
  • Jerome Kirk, Aquarius, 1969. Los Angeles County, Union Bank Square.
  • Jerome Kirk, Quest, 1968. Los Angeles County, TRW Space and Electronics, Aviation and Marine boulevards, Redondo Beach.
  • Frank Knapp Sr., Sculpture for Girard Garden. Los Angeles County, Unknown .
  • Joyce Kohl, Untitled, 1985. Los Angeles County, Sculpture Garden, CSU-Dominguez Hills.
  • John Kostopoulos, Unknown. Kern County, 12055 Kostopolous Ave. Boron.
  • Michiro Kosuge, Towers of Peace, Prosperity and Hope, 1989. Los Angeles County, Alley off the corner of 2nd and San Pedro.
  • Peter Krasnow, Gwynn Wilson Student Union Bldg, 1927. Los Angeles County, USC Gwynn Wilson Student Union.
  • Henry Kreis (bas relief) and Albert Stewart (eagle), Fort Moore Pioneer Monument, 1954-56. Dedicated 1957. Designers: Kazumi Adachi and Dike Nagano. Foundry/Fabricator: Gladding McBean. Los Angeles County, Hill St. near Hwy. 101 overpass.
  • Natalie Krol, Arch Rope Climb, 1975. Los Angeles County, Unknown.
  • Natalie Krol, Butterflies (or Flight of the Butterlies), 1985. Orange County, Lambert Road and Brea Blvd., Brea.
  • Natalie Krol, London Bridges, 1968. Los Angeles County, Dubnoff School, 10526 Victory Pl.
  • Natalie Krol, Ring Around the Rosie, 1968. Los Angeles County, Dubnoff School, 10526 Victory Pl.
  • Lili Lakich, L.A. Angel, 1989. Dedicated 1993. Los Angeles County, California Plaza, Olive St. near 4th.
  • Lee Lawrie, Meaning and Purpose of Library, 1926. Carver: Edward Ardolino; architect: Bertram G. Goodhue; Hartley Alexander (Philosophyer). Los Angeles County, Los Angeles Main Library.
  • Christopher Lee, Renaissance Weather Station, 1993. Installed 1994. Los Angeles County, Del Prado Apts.
  • Christopher Lee, Turbine, installed 1993. Los Angeles County, Del Prado Apts.
  • Andrew Leicester, Zanja Madre, 1991-1992. Architect: John Hayes of Architects Collaborative. Los Angeles County, 801 S. Figueroa St.
  • Adam Leventhal, Dreamwalk, 1991. Los Angeles County, SE Corner of Hollywood Blvd. & Western.
  • Alexander Liberman, Ulysses, 1988. Foundry/Fabricator: William J. Layman. Los Angeles County, Corner of Hope and 4th St.
  • Sol Lewitt, Spiral 123456789, Dedicated October 20, 1991. Los Angeles County, University of Judaism.
  • Thomas Lincoln, General Douglas MacArthur, 1942. Los Angeles County, Barnsdall Park. In storage since 1976, whereabouts unknown.
  • Henry Lion, City Hall Entrance Door, 1928. The bas reliefs depict six outstanding events in the history of Los Angeles: the location and naming of the site in 1770; the official founding of the city in 1781; the raising of the American flag, 1847; the building of the first school, 1853; the completion of the Aqueduct, 1913; the laying of the final stone in the harbor breakwater, 1918. Los Angeles County, Los Angeles City Hall.
  • Henry Lion, Don Felipe de Neve, 1931. Dedicated 1932. Los Angeles, El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument.
  • Henry Lion, Eagles, 1938. Los Angeles County, US Courthouse.
  • Henry Lion, Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo. Los Angeles County, Oliver Vickery Circle Way, San Pedro.
  • Henry Lion, The Fountain of Honor, 1930. Los Angeles County, Wilshire Ebel, Unknown.
  • Henry Lion. Pioneer Fountain Group, 1924-1926. Pioneer (aka Miner’s Statue), Juan Bautista de Anza and Snowshoe Thompson. Los Angeles, San Vicente and Crescent Heights (Carthay circle).
  • Henry Lion, Jason Herron, Sherry Peticolas, Power of Water, 1934. Los Angeles County, Lafayette Park.
  • Jacques Lipchitz, Peace on Earth, 1969. Fountain designed by WET Design, 1987. Sculpture fabricated in Pietrasanta, Italy. Los Angeles County, The Music Center of Los Angeles.
  • Robert Lipnick, From Generation to Generation, 1994. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging.
  • Caroline Lloyd, Poise, 1946(?). Los Angeles County, Exposition Park.
  • Caroline Lloyd, Repose, 1946. Los Angeles County, Exposition Park.
  • Gary Lloyd, 4-D Kaxe, 1983. Los Angeles County, (formerly) Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, 814 S. Spring Street.
  • Peter Lodato, Silver Tower, 1991. Foundry/Fabricator: Peter Carlson Enterprises, Inc. Los Angeles County, Brunswig Square, Little Tokyo.
  • Loper, Koala, 1982. Los Angeles County, Los Angeles Zoo.
  • Sergio Lopez-Mesa, Jose Marti, 1975. Los Angeles County, Echo Park, corner of Glendale and Park Avenue.
  • Los Angeles Central Library, 1926, renovated and restored 1980s-1990s. Kristina Lucas, Flight, 1990. Los Angeles County, Van Nuys State Office Bldg.