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Results for "Portrait sculpture"

124 monuments found.

Image of Ronald McNair

Ronald McNair
Dr. Ronald McNair Park
Brooklyn

Bust (life size) recessed in pyramidal monument, two plaques with reliefs

Image of Roscoe Conkling

Roscoe Conkling
Madison Square Park
Manhattan

Standing figure (over life size) with integral plinth, on pedestal

Image of Samuel Finley Breese Morse

Samuel Finley Breese Morse
Central Park
Manhattan

Portrait statue on pedestal

Image of Samuel J. Tilden

Samuel J. Tilden

Manhattan
Statue on pedestal

Image of Samuel Sullivan Cox

Samuel Sullivan Cox

Manhattan
Standing figure (over life-size) with integral plinth, on pedestal with two plaques, on base

Image of Senator Robert F. Wagner Memorial

Senator Robert F. Wagner Memorial
Wagner Playground
Manhattan

Portrait bust on pedestal

Image of Simon Bolivar Monument

Simon Bolivar Monument
Central Park
Manhattan

Equestrian statue (heroic scale) on pedestal with four coats of arms

Image of Sir Walter Scott

Sir Walter Scott
Central Park
Manhattan

Portrait statue on pedestal

Image of Socrates

Socrates
Athens Square
Queens

Seated figure (heroic scale) on base in form of right trianguloid

Image of Soul In Flight: Arthur Ashe Memorial

Soul In Flight: Arthur Ashe Memorial
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens

Standing male figure, left arm pointing upward, with integral plinth bolted to a plate on a footing, surrounded by a planting bed contained within low wall bearing inscriptions

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