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"Hubert Le Sueur's Wonder"

London's earliest equestrian statue, the Equestrian statue of George IV is built to the designs of French artist Hubert Le Sueur in the year 1633. Resting on a granite foundation, this statue is made of bronze and depicts the king without any head gear, dressed in a semi-classical outfit, his cloak flowing back. The king's right hand is grasping a baton while he holds the horse's reins in the left hand. Depicted without stirrups, this statue was originally built to be placed on the famous Marble Arch opposite Buckingham Palace.
Trafalgar Square, London, United Kingdom, WC2N 5DP
"Hubert Le Sueur's Wonder"
London's earliest equestrian statue, the Equestrian statue of George IV is built to the designs of French artist Hubert Le Sueur in the year 1633. Resting on a granite foundation, this statue is made of bronze and depicts the king without any head gear, dressed in a semi-classical outfit, his cloak flowing back. The king's right hand is grasping a baton while he holds the horse's reins in the left hand. Depicted without stirrups, this statue was originally built to be placed on the famous Marble Arch opposite Buckingham Palace.
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