Standing Lincoln by Augustus Saint-Gaudens

Considered a masterpiece when it was unveiled by Abraham Lincoln's grandson in 1887, the original of this small bronze replica stands in Lincoln Park, Chicago.

This figure suggests that President Lincoln is about to make an important speech. The chair behind him symbolizes the power and authority of the presidency.

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