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This public artwork consists of a solid piece of limestone carved in a curvilinear, organic form. It is attached to a limestone base with a cement grout. This base is grouted to a concrete pad. At the front bottom is a plaque that reads, “ADOLFO DODDOLI / Herron School of Art Faculty / Indiana Limestone / 1978”.
Indiana Limestone, a public sculpture by Italian-American artist Adolfo Doddoli, is located on the Indiana
Date created: 1976
Lecture Hall, 325 University Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN, 46202
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