George Peabody (sculpture)
|Artist||William Wetmore Story|
|Dimensions||210 cm × 100 cm × 160 cm (84 in × 40 in × 64 in)|
|Owner||City of Baltimore|
It was dedicated on April 7, 1890.
The inscriptions read:
(Sculpture, bronze base, back proper right side of figure:)
(Plinth, bronze plaque on back:)
CITY OF BALTIMORE
APRIL 7, 1890 BY
PRESIDENT OF BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
A signed Founder's mark appears.
- "George Peabody, (sculpture)". Save Outdoor Sculpture, Maryland, Baltimore survey. 1993. Retrieved September 6, 2011.
- See Ward-Jackson 2003, pp. 338-41.
- Ward-Jackson, Philip (2003). Public Sculpture of the City of London. Public Sculpture of Britain 7. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. pp. 338–41. ISBN 0853239673.: discusses the full circumstances of the commissioning, erection and reception of the original London statue.
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