Artwork in Olin & Uris Libraries

The Bather, by Jacques Lipchitz, in Olin Library. Song of the Vowels can be seen in the background.Olin and Uris Libraries are home to numerous pieces of artwork, many of which relate to the history of the university.

Some of the more notable pieces include sculpture by Jacques Lipschitz (The Bather, 1923-25, in Olin Library, and Song of the Vowels, 1931, on the plaza between the two buildings), as well as portraits of the university's presidents in the Uris Library Dean Room.

Art and artifacts on display in Olin and Uris Libraries may be searched online in the Cornell Campus Artifacts, Art & Memorabilia database.