Civic Virtue by American sculptor Frederick MacMonnies languished for decades in front of the Queens Borough Hall.
Civic Virtue by American sculptor Frederick MacMonnies languished for decades in front of the Queens Borough Hall
The Green-Wood Cemetery volunteered to make a home for it where it would be maintained
As designed by us and approved by the NYC Public Design Commission, the setting was simplified from the original elaborate fountain, bringing the marble figure closer to ground and making it easier to approach and read wholly in the round
Here the polished granite base is being installed after placing the statue on a new foundation
The marble dating from 1920 was finely restored
A final landscape ring in corten steel and an interpretive sign complete the composition