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Very interesting sculpture. "Der Buchhändler" [The Book Seller, literally: "somebody who handles books"] on the Ludwig-Metzger-Platz in Darmstadt, Germany. Sculpture by Michael Schwarze, photograph by Neil Gallop. by laureleii Book Sculpture, Hand Sculpture, Paper Sculptures, Outdoor Sculpture, Auguste Rodin, Foto Art, Outdoor Art, Land Art, Public Art
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Buchhändler/Book Seller

The sculpture called "Der Buchhändler" ("Book Seller") on the Ludwig-Metzger-Platz in Darmstadt, Germany. The artist was Michael Schwarze. The name of the sculpture is a wonderful play on words in German, and it literally means "somebody who handles books". 7 Days of Shooting - Fill the Frame Friday -The Printed Word

'Boy Reading on Top of the World. bronze statue [sculpture] of boy sitting astride a globe peering at a book through a magnifying glass Sculpture Metal, Garden Sculpture, Outdoor Sculpture, Top Art Schools, Reading Art, Book Images, Garden Statues, Top Of The World, Outdoor Art
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Boy Reading on Top of the World bronze

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I want to live with this mailbox, and If I ever do anything worth memorializing, I'd want this to be my statue :-) Sculpture Art, Garden Sculpture, Yard Sculptures, Unique Mailboxes, Funny Mailboxes, Street Art, You've Got Mail, I Love Books, Yard Art
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Bookworm mailbox

Čitateľka v Seville. Sculpture Metal, Book Sculpture, Reading Art, Girl Reading, Statue En Bronze, Cultural, Art Mural, I Love Books, Monuments
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„Der moderne Buchdruck“ (“Modern Book Printing”) statue of 17 books with German writers and poets in Bebelplatz, Berlin, Deutschland. Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Voyage Europe, Berlin Germany, Grimm, Germany Travel, Budapest, Berlin
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Berlin: discover the global city with cult status

There's nowhere else quite like Berlin: grand architecture, major artworks, hipster shops and an unparalleled nightlife. Discover this vibrating city!

This work is called “Read Reader” by Terry Allen. The bronze statue can be found at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX Cool Books, I Love Books, Books To Read, Big Books, Texas Tech University, Reading Art, Reading Books, Book Sculpture, Altered Books
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Read Reader

Read Reader by Terry Allen Sculpture around the Texas Tech campus Lubbock, TX

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'The Newspaper Reader' by J. The bronze man reads 'The New York Times' on a park bench among the trees in Princeton’s Borough Park. This is one of several casts of the sculpture, some of which are reading other newspapers. Book Sculpture, Outdoor Sculpture, Modern Sculpture, Outdoor Art, Bronze Sculpture, Garden Sculpture, Seward Johnson, Public Art, Newspaper
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June 2008 – Craig Duff Blogs

10 posts published by craigduff during June 2008

What to do with Old books you don't want to read anymore.Fairy Books (doll house doors and windows in vintage books) library - completely adorable! Altered Books, Altered Art, Book Spine, Fairy Doors, Objet D'art, Old Books, Scrap Books, Antique Books, Book Nooks
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it's a small world

Lector (Reader in front of the library), Vélez-Málaga, España. Reading At Home, Reading Art, I Love Reading, Seward Johnson, Book Sculpture, Book Storage, Andalucia, Malaga, Portal
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Place this bronze statue of a child reading a book in a place for quiet creativity. I Love Books, Books To Read, Reading Art, Reading Time, Garden Statues, Oeuvre D'art, Belle Photo, Sculpture Art, Paper Sculptures
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"Marley and Me" statue from The Randolph Rose Collection - photo by Matt Button / Aegis Staff, via The Baltimore Sun; Statue of a child reading a book at the Roenna Fahrney Garden outside the Bel Air branch of the Harford County Public Library, Maryland

Inset in the pavement on two blocks of East 41st Street that lead to The New York Public Library are 96 beautifully sculpted rectangular bronze plaques with literary quotations and whimsical illustrations. Each plaque is 2 1/2 ft by 1 1/2 ft  in size.The outdoor sculptor Gregg Lefevre of New York created them. In 2003, NYC Mayor Bloomberg signed a local ordinance into law that designated these two blocks as “Library Way.”  This stretch of Manhattan sidewalk, from Park Avenue South to Fifth… Bronze Plaques, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Greggs, Park Avenue, New York Public Library, Pavement, Manhattan

Inset in the pavement on two blocks of East 41st Street that lead to The New York Public Library are 96 beautifully sculpted rectangular bronze plaques with literary quotations and whimsical illustrations. Each plaque is 2 1/2 ft by 1 1/2 ft in size.The outdoor sculptor Gregg Lefevre of New York created them. In 2003, NYC Mayor Bloomberg signed a local ordinance into law that designated these two blocks as “Library Way.” This stretch of Manhattan sidewalk, from Park Avenue South to Fifth…