Langlais Sculpture Preserve

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576 River Road, Cushing, Maine

(207) 594-5166


The Langlais Sculpture Preserve is a 90-acre nature and sculpture park celebrating Bernard Langlais's legacy and the natural resources of the Cushing peninsula. It features several of Langlais's outdoor sculptures, including the 13-foot Horse, Langlais's first monumental outdoor work and a landmark of Cushing's River Road; his satirical depiction of Richard Nixon in a marshy pond; and his sculptural homage to Christina Olson, the local woman featured in Andrew Wyeth's 1948 masterpiece, Christina's World, among other works.

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