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Stone Cherub.

A sweet child of stone Sits quietly in a garden. He drew me close As though he spoke to me. I hear him sigh For he is bored. He cannot play like me, This sweet child of stone.

Diana by Augustus Saint-Guadens, is poised at the Great Stair Hall Balcony, second floor of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. (Credit: Philadelphia Museum of Art)

philamuseum: “You may already know that this sculpture of Diana once served as a weathervane for the second Madison Square Garden building in New York City. But did you know it was the highest point.