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deCordova Sculpture Park - Artist: Jim Dine-Two Black Hearts-1985
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Situated in the historic town of Lincoln, MA, the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum has an intriguing and ever evolving outdoor sculpture park and museum. It's a great place to visit for all ages. Two Black Hearts is one of the longest running outdoor installations at the museum.
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