Adjacent to the Museum's West Pavilion, outside the entrance to the Center for Photographs, is the Stark Sculpture Terrace, with works that depict the broad outlines of figurative sculpture's move from representation to abstraction. Hepworth's Figure for Landscape is located here. About nine feet tall, this hollowed-out bronze sculpture is a commanding presence. It is not recognizable as a specific human form, but the narrowing shape suggests the contours of a head and body. Barbara Hepworth often pierced or punctured her forms, creating a play of positive and negative space. Here, the four openings accentuate the sculpture's relation to the surrounding landscape--an interplay reinforced by the work's title.