Henry Shaw wanted fine music and works of art in his Tower Grove Park, so he hired architects to build ..Read More
The bust Louis G. memorializes the late collector of revenue who was known for years as “King of the Hill” because of ..Read More
This bust of Albert “Red” Villa memorializes the popular politician at his best—with cigar in hand, carnation in lapel, and ..Read More
George Engelmann (1809-1884), known as the godfather of the Missouri Botanical Gardens, was a German physician who emigrated to the ..Read More
Carl Linnaeus was an 18th century botanist and is the father of plant taxonomy. This bust not only celebrates Linneaus’s ..Read More
The bronze Baboon, with mouth agape, is a multi-purpose work of public art: it uses one of the more popular animals ..Read More
Facing the majestic and ornate Fox Theater, in a tree-lined park setting, is a bronze portrait-bust of a man. Pensive, ..Read More
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