Washington Monument Commemorative Stone: Georgia Convention, (sculpture)
Administered by United States Department of the Interior National Park Service Washington District of Columbia
Located National Mall Adjacent to 14th Street, between Constitution Avenue, N.W. & Independence Avenue, S.W Washington District of Columbia
1850. Installed 1885
Jacob, Judith M., "The Washington Monument: A Technical History and Catalog of the Commemorative Stones," Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, 2005, pg. 164.
The stone is carved in relief with an emblem depicting a military figure, a sword held high above his head as he stands beneath a columned portico, which rests atop a rocky island, with waves washing up along the shore. The portico is draped with banners incised with WISDOM JUSTICE MODERATION. Above the portico, a semicircular band around the tympanum is incised with CONSTITUTION, and inside the tympanum there is an eye. This emblem is flanked with an inscription carved in relief.
Figure male--Full length
Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums