Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden, Houston

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The Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden is a sculpture garden located at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH) in Houston, Texas, United States. Designed by artist and landscape architect Isamu Noguchi, the garden consists of 25 works of the MFAH, including sculptures by Henri Matisse, Alexander Calder, David Smith, Frank Stella, and Louise Bourgeois. There are also sculptures created specifically for the site, including Ellsworth Kelly's Houston Triptych and Tony Cragg's New Forms. The garden also features works by local Texas artists, including Joseph Havel's Exhaling Pearls, Jim Love's Can Johnny Come Out and Play?, and Linda Ridgway's The Dance.
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  • I love this little garden. It has sculptures created by old masters like Rodin and Matisse and more modern pieces like the monumental Cloud Column that looks like a big shiny bean. It's located... 
    I love this little garden. It has sculptures created by old masters like Rodin and Matisse and more modern pieces like the monumental Cloud Column that looks like a big shiny bean. It's located...  more »
  • This is a wonderful sculpture garden owned and maintained by the MFAH who's buildings are nearby. The garden has a nice mix of art, some modern and some of a more classical style. There are chairs... 
    This is a wonderful sculpture garden owned and maintained by the MFAH who's buildings are nearby. The garden has a nice mix of art, some modern and some of a more classical style. There are chairs...  more »
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  • I love the roof top garden! I felt safe by the staff on duty. I was able to sit back and enjoy the beautiful afternoon weather. Got some really cool pictures too!
  • Park Is Well Spacious And Plenty To See And Observe Sculpture. Nice And quiet Place To Read Or Study. Plenty To Do In The Surrounding area From Museum To Art And Scenery.

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