List of equestrian statues in the United States
This is a list of equestrian statues in the United States.
- See also: List of equestrian statues by country
Alcalde, New Mexico
- Juan de Oñate Monument.
Oñate by Reynaldo Rivera
- Field Marshall John Dill, Arlington National Cemetery by Herbert Haseltine, 1950.
- Philip Kearny, by Edward Clark Potter, Arlington National Cemetery.
- John Eager Howard Monument, Washington Place, by Emmanuel Frémiet, 1904.
- Marquis de La Fayette Monument, Washington Place, by Andrew O'Connor, 1924.
- George Washington, by Thomas Ball, 1869.
- General Joseph Hooker by Daniel Chester French and Edward Clark Potter, 1903.
- Appeal to the Great Spirit by Cyrus Dallin, 1904.
- Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, 1940.
Shaw Memorial by St. Gaudens
Buffalo, New York
- Francisco Pizarro Monument, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, by Charles Cary Rumsey, 1910, cast in 1920.
Francisco Pizarro depicted in Buffalo, New York
- George Rogers Clark, by Robert Aitken, 1921.
- Stonewall Jackson by Charles Keck, 1921.
- Robert E. Lee, by Henry Shrady, finished by Leo Lentilli, 1924.
Robert E Lee
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
- General Ulysses S. Grant by Louis T. Rebisso, 1891.
- A Signal of Peace by Cyrus Dallin, 1894.
- General John A. Logan by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Alexander Phimister Proctor, 1897.
- Thaddeus Kosciuszko by Kasmir Chodzinski, 1904.
- George Washington Memorial, by Daniel Chester French and Edward Clark Potter, 1904.
- General Philip Sheridan by Gutzon Borglum, 1923.
- Indians, two statues by Ivan Meštrović, 1928.
- Thomas Masaryk Memorial by Albin Polasek, 1941.
Sheridan by Borglum
Masaryk by Polasek
Indian by Meštrović
Grant by Rebisso
Logan by St. Gaudens & Proctor
Colorado Springs, Colorado
- William Jackson Palmer by Nathan Potter, 1929.
- On the War Path by Alexander Phimister Proctor, 1923.
- Buckaroo by Alexander Phimister Proctor, 1920.
- Pioneer Monument, topped by an equestrian Kit Carson by Frederick MacMonnies.
On the Warpath
- Thaddeus Kosciuszko by Leonard Marconi, Original Casting: 1904, Establishment of this copy, 1978.
- Major General Alpheus Starkey Williams by Henry Merwin Shrady, 1921.
El Paso, Texas
- Juan de Oñate "The Equestrian" Monument, at the El Paso International Airport, by John Sherrill Houser, 2006 tall - 36 ft.  (11 m)
Hoboken, New Jersey
- The Torch Bearers by Anna Hyatt Huntington, 1955.
- Bronze equestrian of Sam Houston, by Enrico Filiberto Cerracchio, at the entrance of Hermann Park, 1925.
Kansas City, Missouri
- The Scout, by Cyrus Dallin, on a hill overlooking Downtown Kansas City in Penn Valley Park, 1915.
- Bronze equestrian of Civil War General James B. McPherson in the courtyard of the McPherson County Courthouse, 1917.
Madison, New Jersey
- Francis Asbury by Augustus Lukeman, 1926.
- General Thaddeus Kosciuszko, Kosciuszko Park, by Gaetano Trentanove, 1906.
- Brigadier General Erastus B. Wolcott, Lake Park, by Francis Herman Packer, 1920.
- Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben West Lisbon Avenue, by J. Otto Schweizer, 1921.
Morristown, New Jersey
- George Washington by F.G.R. Roth, 1928.
Newark, New Jersey
- George Washington by J. Massey Rhind.
- Bartolommeo Colleoni by J. Massey Rhind - a 1916 copy of Andrea del Verrocchio's statue.
Washington by Rhind
Colleoni by Rhind
New York City
- George III, raised in Bowling Green Park 1770; torn down for musket balls 1776.
- George Washington, by Henry Kirke Brown and John Quincy Adams Ward, 1856.
- Abraham Lincoln, from the Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Arch, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, by Thomas Eakins and William R. O'Donovan, 1892.
- Ulysses S. Grant, from the Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Arch, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, by Thomas Eakins and William R. O'Donovan, 1892.
- The Horse Tamers, Park Circle, Brooklyn, by Frederick MacMonnies, 1899.
- Gilded statue of General William Tecumseh Sherman, Central Park, 59th Street and Fifth Avenue by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, 1903.
- General Henry Warner Slocum, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, by Frederick MacMonnies, 1905.
- Washington at Valley Forge by Henry Shrady, 1906.
- Franz Sigel by Karl Bitter, 1907.
- Joan of Arc, Riverside Park at 93rd Street by Anna Hyatt Huntington, 1915.
- Simón Bolívar, by Sally James Farnham Central Park South at Avenue of the Americas, 1921.
- El Cid, courtyard of the Hispanic Society of America by Anna Hyatt Huntington, 1927.
- King Jagiello, Central Park, by Stanislaw Kazimierz Ostowski, pre 1939.
- Roosevelt Memorial, in front of the American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West by James Earle Fraser, 1940.
- Peace, the United Nations Gardens by Antun Augustinčić, 1954.
- José Martí, Central Park, by Anna Hyatt Huntington, 1965.
- Andrew Jackson, by Enoch Tanner Wickham, 1961.
- Dr. John W. Wickham, by Enoch Tanner Wickham, 1959.
- General George Gordon Meade by Alexander Milne Calder, 1887.
- Joan of Arc by Emmanuel Frémiet, 1890.
- General George B. McClellan by Henry Jackson Ellicott, 1894.
- Washington Monument by Rudolph Siemering, 1897.
- General John Fulton Reynolds by John Rogers, 1884.
- General Ulysses S. Grant by Daniel Chester French and Edward Clark Potter, 1897.
- The Medicine Man, by Cyrus Dallin, 1899.
- Cowboy by Frederick Remington, 1908.
- General Winfield Scott Hancock by John Quincy Adams Ward, 1910.
- General George B. McClellan by Edward Clark Potter, 1912.
- General Anthony Wayne by John Gregory, 1937.
Joan of Arc
- George Washington, West Park, by R.I. Pausch, 1891.
- Theodore Roosevelt, South Park Blocks, by Alexander Phimister Proctor, 1922.
- Washington Memorial, Thomas Crawford, 1857.
The following statues are located on Monument Avenue.
- Robert E. Lee by Antonin Mercié, 1890.
- JEB Stuart by Frederick Moynihan, 1907.
- Stonewall Jackson by Frederick William Sievers, 1919.
Robert E. Lee
St. Louis, Missouri
- Bronze equestrian Apotheosis of Saint Louis in front of the Saint Louis Art Museum by Charles Niehaus.
Apotheosis of Saint Louis
San Diego, California
- El Cid, Balboa Park by Anna Hyatt Huntington.
San Francisco, California
- Simón Bolívar in U.N. Plaza.
- Kit Carson cast bronze in Kit Carson Park by Augustus Lukeman and Frederic Roth (completed in 1912). Is widely considered to be the finest equestrian statue in North America.
- Lt Lewis an officer in Queen Anne's War.
Lt Lewis an Officer in Queen Anne's War depicted in Walpole, Massachusetts
- See also: Outdoor sculpture in Washington, D.C.
- Jeanne D'Arc, by Paul DuBois, Meridian Hill Park, 1922.
- Francis Asbury, by Augustus Lukeman, 16th and Mount Pleasant Streets NW, 1921.
- South American liberator Simón Bolívar, by Felix George Weichs de Weldon. On 18th St. at C St. and Virginia Ave. NW. At 27 feet tall it is possibly tallest equestrian statue in U.S., 1959.
- South American liberator Simón Bolívar, by Emile Antoine Bourdelle. Courtyard of the O.A.S. Building.
- Spanish general and Revolutionary War hero Bernardo de Gálvez, by Juan De Avalos, near the State Department, 1976.
- Civil War General and President Ulysses S. Grant by Henry Merwin Shrady, 1922.
- Revolutionary War General Nathanael Greene, by Henry Kirke Brown, at Stanton Square, 1877.
- General and President Andrew Jackson, by Clark Mills, Lafayette Square, 1852. The oldest equestrian statue in Washington, DC.
- General and U.S. Senator, John A. Logan, by Franklin Simmons, Logan Circle, 1893.
- Gold-plated equestrian of General George B. McClellan on Connecticut Avenue.
- Civil War General James B. McPherson in McPherson Square, 1876.
- Brigadier General Count Casimir Pulaski by Kasimiriez Chodzinski, at Freedom Plaza, 1910.
- Civil War General Philip H. Sheridan by Gutzon Borglum, Sheridan Circle, 1908.
- General William Tecumseh Sherman, Sherman Square, by Carl Rohl-Smith, 1898.
- Civil War General George Henry Thomas by John Quincy Adams Ward at the Thomas Circle.
- Lieutenant General George Washington, by Clark Mills, Washington Circle, 1860.
- George Washington, by Herbert Haseltine, Washington National Cathedral grounds, 1959.
- John Wesley by Arthur George Walker, American University campus, 1961.