Two odd marble statues-partially draped, truncated, demure armless female nudes on decorated, tapered shafts stand against the back terrace brick walls of Allerton House. Renaissance-type figures such as these are sometimes adapted by architects for…

At the entrance to the Foellinger Great Hall of the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts is Bourdelle's strong, leonine bronze head of Beethoven, bent forward in intense concentration, brow furrowed, lips and eyes tightly shut, nearly black…

In an era when bronze statues immortalized heroes, a modest pantheon came into being: an Editors' Hall of Fame. Established in 1927 by the lllinois Press Association to "preserve the spirit and achievement of notable members of the press." A…