A second image from the Lincoln Memorial, this time a frontal view of the statue.
Some facts about the statue:
This statue of Lincoln was carved under the supervision of the sculptor Daniel Chester French. It is of Georgia marble, weighs 175 tons and is 19 feet high. The statue was dedicated with the Memorial in 1922 after taking 4 years to sculpt.
This is the statue of Lincoln that stands within the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. The statue was carved over four years under the supervision of sculptor Daniel Chester French. It is 19 feet high from head to foot and weighs 175 tons. It was in the Memorial when it was dedicated in 1922.