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Syrinx is a public artwork by German-born American sculptor Adolph Wolter located at the Indiana World War Memorial Plaza in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.
It is a bronze figure of Syrinx sitting on a limestone tree stump. Syrinx is nude, and her proper right knee is bent upwards to her chest with her other leg hanging over the side of the stump. She holds her hand to her ear, cupping it, “listening” to the music of the nearby sculpture of the satyr Pan, who plays a flute.
In 1923, Myra
Medium type: Bronze
Date created: 1973
44 E New York St, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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