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George Washington (alternately titled George Washington as Master Mason) is a public artwork by American sculptor Donald De Lue, located on the grounds of the Indiana Statehouse, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The bronze statue of George Washington that occupies the Indiana Statehouse south lawn is one of several copies of a 1959 original wax cast at the Modern Art Foundry in Long Island, New York.
The statue depicts Washington dressed in breeches with an apron and medallion decorated
Medium type: Bronze
Date created: 1959
200 W. Washington St. , Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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