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Equestrian statue of George Stuart White

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Artist  John Tweed
Opened  1922
Equestrian statue of George Stuart White
Similar  Statue of the 1st Marquess, Statue of the Earl Kitchener, Livesey Hall War Memorial, Equestrian statue of the Duke, Statue of the Viscount

The equestrian statue of George Stuart White is a Grade II listed outdoor bronze sculpture depicting Field Marshal Sir George Stuart White, an officer of the British Army, located in Portland Place, London, England. The sculptor was John Tweed and the statue was unveiled in 1922.

An inscription on each side of the plinth reads:

Field-Marshal Sir George Stuart White, V.C., G.C.B., O.M., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O. Born 1835. Died, 1912.

The statue appeared in an exterior shot of Portland Place from Alfred Hitchcock's 1947 American courtroom drama, The Paradine Case, which was set in England.

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