Artist Brian Tolle’s Eureka pays homage to Dutch history in New York City. The forty-foot-high sculpture in Federal Hall in downtown New York is reminiscent of the gabled “canal houses” of 18th century New York prevalent after forty years of Dutch rule. Instead of showing the façade of a canal house itself, the sculpture is meant to evoke the façade’s wavy reflection in a flowing waterway. As the exhibition description explains: "Its display in Federal Hall is intended to evoke a reflecting hall of mirrors that suggests this site’s architectural and political history." The sculpture is on display through September 8, 2018, and visitors can also admire and learn about the history of Federal Hall, where the Bill of Rights was enacted and George Washington was sworn in as our nation's first president.