Cleveland Museum of Art

Hubbell & Benes

The original Beaux-Arts building

The neoclassical design, complete with an Ionic temple portico, was clad with white Georgian marble. Later additions departed from this important early 20th century style.

Fountain on south lawn in front of the neoclassical facade

Fountain of the Waters by Chester A. Beach, 1927
Go to Breur addition.
Continue to Viñoly addition, page 1.
Continue to Tony Smith sculpture, museum grounds.

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