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This bronze sculpture of a realistic lion resting on a rock was acquired and installed by the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium organization in 2001, although it was originally cast in 1988. It is located near the northwest entrance to the Indiana Convention Center. Made of bronze, the sculpture seems more realistic because of its two-tone patina scheme. The hair of the lion is patinated black, while the body and the rock are patinated brown. (patina is different from paint; a
Medium type: Bronze
Date created: 1988
Dimensions: 54 in × 30 in × 24 in
100 S Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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