United States Centennial Commission. International Exhibition. 1876 Official Catalogue. Part II. Art Gallery, Annexes, and Out-Door Works of Art. Department IV.--Art. Sixth and Revised Edition. Philadelphia: Published for the Centennial Catalogue Company. By John R. Nagle and Company. Printed at the Riverside Press, Cambridge, Mass. 1876.
Count of Nassau, (sculpture)Prince of Orange, (sculpture)
Royer, Lodewyk 1793-1868 (copy after)
Dupuis, Toon 1877-1937
Fonderie Nationale des Bronzes
William the Silent
Sculpture: bronze; Base: stone
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Located Rutgers University College Avenue Campus, Voorhees Mall, off Seminary Place New Brunswick New Jersey
Dedicated June 9, 1928
Portrait male--Full length
Save Outdoor Sculpture, New Jersey survey, 1994.
William the Silent stands with his proper right hand raised to his chest, pointing with his index finger. He holds an open scroll with his proper left hand. A small dog sits at his feet on his proper right. William the Silent wears the clothes of a civilian magistrate of the 16th century. He has a moustache and a beard, and he wears a ruffled collar, an open ankle-length coat, a buttoned vest, and bloomers. The sculpture is mounted on a square base.
Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums