|All of the wonderful photographs on these six pages were taken by my brother, Douglas Miller, who generously photographed them for my website. He owns the copyright. If you have any interest in these images, please contact him directly: Doug Miller
Marino MariniCavaliere (Horseman), bronze, circa 1949
Mario MerzUntitled, neon, glass tubing, 1996-1997
Merz, an artist associated with Arte Povera, quotes from T. S. Eliot's poem The Waste Land; the words cittą irreale ("unreal city") are in red neon script on the roof of the Cowles Conservatory.
Henry MooreLeft: Reclining Mother and Child, bronze, 1960-1961
Center: Standing Figure: Knife Edge, bronze, 1961
Left: Reuben NakianGoddess With The Golden Thighs, bronze, 1964-1965/1987
Center: David NashStanding Frame, charred white oak, 1987
Louise NevelsonDawn Tree, aluminum, paint, 1976
Isamu NoguchiTheater Set Piece from Judith, bronze, 1950/1978
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