Index to Art and Architecture in Texas


This section of my site, like all of my site, is under construction. I have not scanned all of the more than a thousand slides of architecture and sculpture in the state of Texas that I have taken. Photographs are only of Dallas, Houston, and Fort Worth architecture and outdoor sculpture, with the recent addition of the Central Libray in San Antonio.


Dallas
Adams Mark Hotel (Welton Becket, 1958/1980/1998)
400 North Olive

BankOne Center [originally Momentum Place] (Johnson, 1987)
1717 Main

JP Morgan Chase Tower (SOM, 1987)
2200 Ross

The Crescent (Johnson, 1985)

Dallas City Hall (Pei, 1975-78)
1500 Marilla Street

Henry Moore, The Dallas Piece, City Hall Plaza


Dallas Courthouse [Old Red Courthouse] (Orlopp, 1893)

Dallas Museum of Art (Barnes, 1982-84/1993)
1717 North Harwood Street

Public Outdoor Works (mostly sculpture) around Dallas Museum of Art
Scott Burton, Granite Settee
Miguel Covarrubias, Genesis, The Gift of Life, glass mosaic
Barbara Hepworth, Figure for a Landscape
Barbara Hepworth, Sea Form (Atlantic)
Ellsworth Kelly, Untitled
Henri Laurens, Amphion
Henry Moore, Two-Piece Reclining Figure No.3
Auguste Rodin, Jean d'Aire, from Burghers of Calais
Richard Serra, Untitled
David Smith, Cubi XVIII
Tony Smith, Willy


Energy Plaza (Pei, 1983)--background of Thanksgiving Square only
1601 Bryan

Fountain Place (Pei, 1986) (formerly First Interstate Bank Tower)
1445 Ross Avenue at Field Street

Hall of State (Donald Barthelme, 1936)
Texas Centennial Exposition, Fair Park

Hyatt Regency & Reunion Tower (Welton Becket, 1976-78)
300 Reunion Boulevard at Stemmons Freeway

JFK Memorial (Johnson, 1970)
Main, Market, Commerce, and Record Streets

Kalita Humphreys Theatre (Wright, 1958-59)
3636 Turtle Creek Boulevard at Blackburn Avenue

Morton Myerson Symphony Center (Pei, 1989)
2301 Flora

One Dallas Center (Pei, 1979)
350 St. Paul

One Main Place (SOM, 1968)
1201 Main

Santuario de Guadalupe (Clayton, 1898-1903)
(aka Sacred Heart Cathedral)

Thanksgiving Square (Johnson, 1977)
Pacific Street at Ervay

Trammell Crow Center (SOM, 1985)
2001 Ross
Sculpture at Trammell Crow Center
Antoine Bourdelle, Hercules the Archer, 1909
Antoine Bourdelle, Penelope, 1912
Auguste Rodin, Cybele, 1889
Auguste Rodin, Genius of Eternal Rest, 1898


Fort Worth

Bass Performance Hall (Schwarz, 1998)

Amon Carter Museum (Johnson, 1961-64/1975)
3501 Camp Bowie Boulevard at Montgomery and West Lancaster Streets
Upright Motive #1, #2 and # 7 (Moore, 1955-57)

Neil P. Anderson Building (Sanguinet & Staats, 1921)
411 West 7th

500 W. 7th (SOM, 1962)
(modeled after Lever House)-Noguchi sculpture in Plaza

City Center (Rudolph, 1982; 1984)
Chase Texas Tower (Tower I)--201 Main
City Center Tower II--301 Commerce

Flatiron Building (Sanguinet & Staats, 1907)
1000 Houston (modeled after Flatiron Bldg in NYC)

Fort Worth Central Fire Station (Hedrick [and Herman Koeppe],1930)
1000 Cherry Street

Fort Worth Masonic Temple (Clarkson, 1931)
1100 Henderson

Fort Worth Municipal Building (Stone, 1975)
SW corner of 10th and Jennings

Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Sanguinet & Staats, 1920)
400 W. 7th

Kimbell Art Museum (Kahn, 1969-72)
3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard

Sculpture at Kimbell Art Museum
Fernande Leger, Running Flower (La Fleur qui marche)
Aristide Maillol, L'Air
Joan Miró, Woman Addressing the Public: Project for a Monument
Henry Moore, Figure in a Shelter
Isamu Noguchi, Constellation (for Louis Kahn)

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (Tadao Ando)
3200 Darnell St. (near the Kimbell and Amon Carter)

Texas and Pacific Passenger Terminal (Hedrick [and Herman Koeppe], 1931)
Lancaster Street at Main Street and Jennings Avenues

U. S. Courthouse (Cret, 1933)
501 W. 10th (art deco) or 10th and Lamar Street

Water Gardens (Johnson, 1974)
1300 Houston Street at 12th, Commerce, and Lancaster

Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium and Coliseum and Tower (Hedrick, 1936)
3301 W. Lancaster Avenue
Electra Waggoner Biggs, Riding into the Sunset



Houston
1100 Louisiana (SOM, 1980)

Alley Theater (Ulrich Franzen, 1967-68)
615 Texas Avenue between Smith and Louisiana Streets

Bank of America Center (formerly RepublicBank) (Johnson, 1983)
700 Louisiana Street

(JPMorgan)Chase Tower (Pei,1981)
600 Travis Street

Contemporary Arts Museum (Gunnar Birkerts, 1972)
5216 Montrose Boulevard

Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Scupture Garden (Noguchi, 1985-86)
5100 block of Montrose Boulevard
Emile-Antoine Bourdelle, Adam
Louise Bourgeoise, Quarantania I
Alexander Calder, The Crab
Tony Cragg, New Forms
Mark DiSuvero, Trusspiece
Alberto Giacometti, Large Standing Woman I
Joseph Havel, Exhaling Pearls
Bryan Hunt, Arch Falls
Bryan Hunt, Big Twist
Ellsworth Kelly, Houston Triptych
Henri Laurens, Le Matin
Jacques Lipchitz, Benediction I
Aristide Maillol, Flora, Nude
Gerhard Marcks, Maja
Marino Marini, The Pilgrim
Joan Miró, Oiseau (Bird)
Richard Serra, WWI
David Smith, Two Circle Sentinel
Frank Stella, Decanter
William Tucker, Demeter
William Tucker, Gymnast II

Esperson Building (Eberson, 1927; 1941)
808 Travis Street

Hobby Center (Robert Stern, 2000-2)
800 Bagby Street

Jones Hall (Caudill, Rowlett, Scott, 1965-66)
615 Louisiana Street between Texas and Capitol Streets

Menil Collection (Piano, 1985-87)
1515 Sul Ross Road at Branard and Mandell Streets

Public Sculpture
Mark Di Suvero, Bygones, 1976
Michael Heizer, Charmstone, 1991
Michael Heizer, Isolated Mass/Circumflex (#2), 1968-72
Tony Smith, The Snake is Out, 1962


Museum of Fine Arts: Beck Building (Jose Rafael Moneo, 2000)
Museum of Fine Arts: Law Building
Museum of Fine Arts: Cullinen Building (Mies, 1958)

Pennzoil Place (Johnson, 1973-75)
711 Louisiana Street

Rice University (my alma mater!)

See Rice Index

Anderson Hall (addition by Stirling)
James A. Baker III Hall (Hammond, Beeby & Babka, 1997)
Alice Pratt Brown Hall (Shepherd School of Music) (Bofill, 1991)
Dell Butcher Hall (Predock, 1997)
Anne and Charles Duncan Hall (John Outram Associates, 1996)
Herring Hall (Pelli, 1984)
Herzstein Hall/Physics Building (Goodhue, 1914)
Jones Graduate School of Management (Stern, 2002)
Ley Student Center (Pelli, 1986)
Lovett Hall/Administration Building (Goodhue, 1912)
Martel College (Graves, 2002)
Mechanical Laboratory and Power House (Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, 1912)
Martel/ Jones/ Brown Residence Hall Addition (Graves, 2002)
Sewall Hall, Art Gallery Court (Lloyd, Morgan & Jones, 1971)
Public sculpture
45 Degrees, 90 Degrees, 180 Degrees (Michael Heizer), Court of Engineering
The Sisters (Carl Milles), Mary Ellen Hale Lovett Memorial Garden


Rothko Chapel (Johnson, 1970-71)
Barnett Newman, The Broken Obelisk, a memorial to Martin Luther King, Jr., 1963-67


University of Houston
Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture (Johnson, 1985)
Cougars (R. T. Wallen)


University of St. Thomas
1409 Sul Ross Street at Yupon and Branard Streets
Campus Mall (Welder Hall, Strake Hall, etc.) (Johnson, 1958)
Chapel of St. Basil (Johnson, 1995)


Wortham Center (Morris Aubrey, 1987)
550 Prairie Avenue



San Antonio

Central Library (Legorreta, 1995)





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