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The Photograph
English: Looking northwest at Arthur statue on a sunny afternoon with snow on the ground.
Date 11 February 2010
Source Own work
Author Jim.henderson
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Camera location

40° 44′ 34.20″ N, 73° 59′ 13.50″ W

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The Sculpture

George Edwin Bissell, (1839–1920), sculptor. James Brown Lord, (1859–1902), architect.

Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company, founder.
English: Chester Alan Arthur, (sculpture).
Date 1898. Dedicated June 13, 1899.
Medium Sculpture: bronze; Base: polished Barre, Vermont granite set on concrete.
Madison Square, Madison Avenue & East 26th Street, New York, New York
English: Chester Arthur stands holding a book in his proper left hand. His proper right hand is bent at the elbow and rests at his waist. Behind him is an elaborate armchair which has the presidential seal on the back. An Oriental rug is draped over the seat of the chair.
Source/Photographer Information of sculpture listed @ Smithsonian Institution Research Information System
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