The famous Statue of Liberty serves not only as a city landmark, the image became so popular that it can be seen nearly everywhere:
The Statue of Liberty in Museums:
Various artists have been inspired by the Lady Liberty, we can see their vision on the sculpture in different museums.
“Lady Liberty: Let’s Roll.” An unusual near-replica fashioned by the Garden City, Idaho art gallery Woman of Steel tours the U.S.A. Entititled “Liberty Let’s Roll” in homage to the actions of Todd Beamer on United Airlines Flight 93 on 9/11, this Miss Liberty is vigorously kicking out her right foot sideways. The derivative has been sailed around the original.
Paris Musée des Arts et Métiers, The original plaster, the first project (286 cm) finished in 1878 by Auguste Bartholdi that was used to make the famous statue in New York is in the Musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris. This original plaster was bequeathed by the artist’s widow in 1907, together with part of the artist’s estate. On the square outside the Musée des Arts et Métiers’s entrance is a bronze made from this plaster (same size), number 1 from an original edition of 12, made by the Museum and cast by Susse Fondeur Paris.
A bronze sculpture of the Statue of Liberty is on display in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
The version of the Statue of Liberty by Salvador Dali.
Statue of Liberty and the Star Spangled Banner by Adam Morales, 1999, Driftwood and Paint. This unusual interpretation can be found in Baltimore’s American Visionary Art Museum, dedicated to the art of self-taught and intuitive artists. Adam Morales, born in 1947, lives in Louisiana near the Mississippi River. He worked as a carpenter until he retired early due to a degenerative arthritic condition in his hands and knees. He was depressed until recognizing that he gained a ability to recognize forms and shapes in random pieces of weathered driftwood near his home, and began creating sculptures with it. It took him three years to find the right piece of wood to use for the flag in this sculpture.
The Statue of Liberty in Shops:
As some shop owners may find, the Lady of Liberty can do pretty well in advertising their goods.
The interior of one of the shops in Las Vegas.
The Statue of Liberty as lawn decoration:
Why not to have your own private Statue of Liberty? :)
Somewhere in South California