in the Public Realm
Joan of Arc, 1922
Artworks: Sculpture

Paul DuBois
  • Installed, 1922
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The sculpture is of an equestrian style, with Joan of Arc riding a trotting horse, resting upon a three-tiered granite base (H. 52 in. x W 11. ft.). Her body is twisted slightly, and her proper right arm is raised behind her. She is wearing a helmet with a raised visor and she looks skywards. In her proper left hand she holds the reins to her horse. She originally held a sword in her proper right hand.

The statue was completed in 1922 and is a replica; the original is located in Reims, France...
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Meridian Hill Park
16th St NW & V St NW
Washington, DC
United States

Located in Meridian Hill Park (aka Malcolm X Park)
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