The War Horse Sculpture Statue

Made of stone resin

Bronze Finish

10" (25 cm)

Item No.

Virginia Historical Society

This Item is an Identical Museum Reproduction

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Since its first arrival to the Virginia Historical Society in 1997, The War Horse has been a Richmond landmark. Now standing on Richmond's Boulevard, The War Horse was built in memorial to the 1.5 million horses and mules that died during the Civil War. The War Horse was designed by Tessa Pullan and was later given to the Virginia Historical Society by Paul Mellon. Son of industrialist Andrew Mellon, Paul Mellon was a great patron of the arts and philanthropist who gave much of his immense fortune to cultural and educational institutions. This handsome hand-cast and hand-finished reproduction in stone crushed resin is available exclusively through the Virginia Historical Society.
Stone resin is a mixture of crashed stone particles and resin, giving a strong durable strenght to the sculpture
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