George Washington (statue) - United States - New York - New York City

New York City

  • Equestrian statue of George Washington (1856), by Henry Kirke Brown, Union Square, Manhattan. This was the first equestrian statue of Washington.
  • George Washington (1882), by John Quincy Adams Ward, in front of Federal Hall, Manhattan.
  • Washington Square Arch (1892), Stanford White, architect, Washington Square Park, Manhattan. Two statues were later added:
    • George Washington as Commander-in-Chief, Accompanied by Fame and Valor (1914–16), by Hermon MacNeil.
    • George Washington as President, Accompanied by Wisdom and Justice (1916–18), by Alexander Stirling Calder.
  • Equestrian statue of George Washington at Valley Forge (1901–06), by Henry Shrady, Continental Army Plaza, Brooklyn.
  • General George Washington in Prayer at Valley Forge (1904), by James E. Kelly, Federal Hall, Manhattan.
  • George Washington Memorial Bridge (1930), over Hudson River.
  • Copy (ca. 1930) after George Washington by Jean-Antoine Houdon (1791), City College of New York, Manhattan.
  • George Washington as Master Mason (1959, this cast 1964), by Donald De Lue, Flushing Meadows–Corona Park, Queens. Exhibited at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
  • George Washington (1856), by Henry Kirke Brown, Union Square, Manhattan.

  • George Washington (1882), by John Quincy Adams Ward, Federal Hall, Manhattan.

  • Washington Square Arch (1892), Washington Square, Manhattan.

  • Washington in Prayer at Valley Forge (1904), by James E. Kelly, Federal Hall, Manhattan.

  • George Washington as Commander-in-Chief (1914–16), by Hermon MacNeil, Washington Square Arch.

  • George Washington as President (1916–18), by Alexander Stirling Calder, Washington Square Arch.

  • George Washington at Valley Forge (1901–06), by Henry Shrady, Continental Army Plaza, Brooklyn.

  • George Washington Memorial Bridge (1930).

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