1. E ntrance Gates,
2. Provincial Panels #1
• One of three monuments containing 3 bas-relief panels of the Canadian provinces. Each panel was sculpted by a famous Canadian sculptor (Bank of Montreal building)
• Circle of stones - Window well trim (Hart House,
3. The Studio
• Once housed artists’ workshops and a gift shop and is now used for receptions.
• In front of the Studio: Mobius Curve sculpture by Michael Clay.
• The Wishing Well
• The Pottery Kiln - used by potters working in the Studio.
4. The Sculpture Studio
• This building was used by resident sculptors Thomas Bowie and Dorsey James.
• Six animal bas-relief panels (Bank of Montreal building) sculpted by Jacobine Jones.
• Ionic columns and lintel (Banker’s
• Spaceplough sculpture by Sorel Etrog
• Angel panels (North American Life Assurance Company) - Note the mistake the sculptor made on one of the two panels.
6. The Guild Inn
• The original structure dates from 1914 and the tower addition was added in 1965.
• Planter made from four bas-relief carvings of flowerpots (
7. Park maintenance buildings and greenhouses
8. Stone Storage area
• The stone stored here is from many different
buildings, most notably Osgoode Hall and Eaton’s
9. Building 191 (
• On building exterior: two bas-relief panels (Globe and
• Margueretta stone (University Ave. Armouries)
• Stone storage area (behind the building)(
10. Circle of Columns
• Corinthian capitals (
• Ionic capitals (
• Lion’s Head keystone (O’Keefe Brewery)
• Stone mantlepiece (Frederick Banting House)
• Pineapple finial (Abitibi Paper)
• Window well trim (
• Smokehouse - used by the Guild Inn for smoking meat and fish.
• Brick wall with stone carvings - (Toronto Fire Department Engine House #2)
• Flywheel from a stone cutting machine - the machine cut rough blocks at a quarry
11. On the Patio
• Cornerstone with lead lettering (
• Cornerstone with bas-relief carving of Moliere and Rossini (
• Painted stone pediment (Oxford University Press)
• Stone with bas-relief carving of Raphael (
12. Musidora by an Unknown Sculptor
• Marble archway (Imperial Bank of
• Three marble Ionic column fragments (Bank of Nova Scotia)
• Archway and columns (Bank of Toronto)
13. On the Terrace
• Crysalide sculpture by Antoine Poncet
• Coat of Arms (Toronto Registry Office)
• Two part panel (
• Around the Pool: Three panels Agriculture,
• Provincial Panels #2: One of three monuments containing four bas-relief panels representing the Canadian provinces (Bank of Montreal building).
14. By the East Wing
• Entranceway (The Granite Club)
• Robert Holmes sculpture by John Byers
• Art Deco bas-relief blocks (
15. Brick Wall
• Terracotta decorative elements (Royal Conservatory of Music)
• Two bronze bas-relief portraits: Healey Willan and Sir Ernest MacMillan by Frances Gage.
• Bear sculpture by E.B. Cox and Michael Clay
16. Wall • Decorative elements (West-Quebec Bank, Toronto General Trust, Canada Permanent Trust; East-Bank of
• Limestone and marble entranceway (Bank of Nova Scotia)
• Shuffleboard courts
• Millstone (Goldie Mill)
• Boys’ entrance arch (
• Ionic column (Toronto Registry Office)
• Wall with decorative stone elements (Canadian Bank of Commerce,
18. The Greek Theatre
• Lintel block, Corinthian Capital, two column fragments (all Bank of
• Solstice painted steel sculpture by Kosso Eloul.
19. Provincial Panels #3
• One of three monuments containing four bas-relief panels representing the Canadian provinces (Bank of Montreal building)
• Equestrian Fragment by Emanuel Hahn - on loan from the estate of the artist.
• Two limestone blocks (
• Pink granite millstone (unknown origin)
20. The Bluffs
• Brick and terracotta entranceway (
• Limestone block (
• Limestone tablet (University Avenue Armouries)
21. Keystone Wall
• This wall was constructed from decorative keystones from several buildings
• Miscellaneous stone storage area (Bank of Toronto) • Four capital blocks (
22. Log Cabin
• Initially believed to be much older, this one room cabin was built around 1850