University Museums

Sorted DescendingTitleDateMakerMedium Object Number
Abraham Lincoln Roundel2004Christian PetersenBronzeU2004.59
Abraham Lincoln1950Christian PetersenBedford limestoneU82.133
Abraham Lincoln1933Christian PetersenPainted plaster.UM2006.139
Abraham Lincoln2006Christian PetersenBronzeU2007.11
Abraham Lincolnc. 1920Christian PetersenPainted plasterUM2013.45
A) Places to Go
B) Animals I Know and Some I Don't
C) Hands Around the World
D)People I know
1996-1997Sarah GrantWood and paintU97.151abcd
A Sustained Legacy: Advancing Science, Students, Farms, the World2014Clint HansenGlass, ceramic and copperU2014.46
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A Public Percpetion2011Terry AllenNeon, glassU2011.280a-r
University Museums, Iowa State University prohibits the copying or reproduction in any medium of materials on this website with the following exceptions: Iowa State University students, faculty, and staff for educational use in formal instruction, papers, presentations and projects; limited non-commercial; and personal use that meets the criteria for fair use as defined in the U.S. copyright laws. 
Images from the University Museums’ collection cannot be used for publication, apparel/non-apparel merchandise, digital or commercial purposes without prior written permission from the University Museums, Iowa State University. Fair use does not apply to the extent that a license agreement or other contract controls reproduction or other use. University Museums and Iowa State University makes no representation that it is the owner of the copyright of the art object depicted in the photo materials and assumes no responsibility for any claims by third parties arising out of use of the photo materials. Users must obtain all other permissions required for usage of the art object and the photo materials. 

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A Public Perception2011Terry AllenNeon, glassU2011.280a,o-q
A Celebration of the Iowa Prairie2009Sarah GrantBurned wood, acrylic paint, and metal.U2009.181abc