Index to Art and Architecture in Philadelphia


These images were photographed in May 2008 and will be gradually added to my site.

Barnes Foundation Gallery (Cret)
Brushstroke Group (Lichtenstein)
Carpenters' Hall (Smith)
City Hall (McArthur et al)
Clothespin (Oldenburg and van Bruggen)
ComCast Building (Stern)
Curtis Building, courtyard
Federal Reserve Bank (Cret)
First Bank of the United States (Blodgett)
Franklin Court with Ghost Structures (Venturi Scott Brown)
Girard Trust Company [now Ritz Carleton] (McKim Mead and White)
Government of the People (Lipchitz)
Guild House (Venturi and Rauch)
Independence Hall (Hamilton and Wooley)
Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts (Rafael Viñoly Architects, PC)
Land Title Building (Burnham)
One Liberty Place and Two Liberty Place (Jahn)
Lion Crushing a Serpent, Rittenhouse Square (Barye)
LOVE sculpture (Indiana)
Mellon Bank (Kohn Pederson Fox)
Merchants' Exchange (Strickland)
Penn Mutual Life Insurance Building (Mitchell/Giurgola)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (Furness)
Perelman Building, Philadelphia Museum of Art (Zantzinger, Borie and Medary and expansion: Richard Gluckman)
Perelman Theater (Viñoly)
Philadelphia Museum of Art (Zantzinger et al)
Diana (Saint Gaudens)
Philadelphia Savings Fund Building [now Lowe's Philadelphia Hotel] (Howe and Lescaze)
Rodin Museum (Cret)
Second Bank of the United States (Strickland)
University of Pennsylvania campus
Fisher Fine Arts Library (Furness)
Institute of Contemporary Art (Adele Santos)
Richards Medical Research Building (Kahn)
Split Button sculpture (Oldenburg and van Bruggen)
Vagelos Laboratories (Venturi Scott Brown)
Wanamaker Store [now Macy's] (Burnham)
George Washington, Washington Square (Houdon)
Wilma Theater (Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer)

Click here to go to the chronological index.


Click here to go to the index of artists and architects.


Click here to go to the index of art historical sites.

Click here to see the home page of Bluffton University.


© 2008 Mary Ann Sullivan. I have photographed (on site), scanned, and manipulated all the images on these pages. Please feel free to use them for personal or educational purposes. (I would appreciate being told if you find them useful.) They are not available for commercial purposes without my explicit permission.