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"Allow Me", also known as Umbrella Man, is an iconic 1983 bronze sculpture by John Seward Johnson II, located in Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland, Oregon, United States. The sculpture, one of seven Allow Me casts, was donated anonymously to the City of Portland in 1984 for display in the Square. It depicts a life-sized man dressed in a business suit, hailing a cab and holding an umbrella. Constructed from bronze, aluminum and stainless steel, the sculpture stands six feet, ten inches tall and weighs 460 pounds. The sculpture is one of many works of art generated by the city's Percent for Art program, and is considered part of the City of Portland and Multnomah County Public Art Collection courtesy of the Regional Arts & Culture Council.
- also known as Umbrella Man
- completed in (33 years ago)
- "Allow Me" is a musical album of Flexuous.
- released in (10 years ago)
- "Allow Me" is a musical album of Jules Shear.
- released in (16 years ago)
Allow Me is a bronze sculpture by John Seward Johnson II. Four casts of Allow Me are displayed as public art in Bath, New York, Chicago, in front of the Prince Music Theater in Philadelphia, and in Portland, Oregon; three additional casts exist in private collections in Hamilton, Ohio, Los Angeles and Port Smith, Arkansas.
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