|Artist||Henry Kirke Brown|
|Dimensions||340 cm × 460 cm (132 in × 180 in)|
|Location||Stanton Park, Northeast, Washington, D.C.|
|Owner||National Park Service|
Equestrian statue of Nathanael Greene
|Area||less than one acre|
|Part of||American Revolution Statuary.|
|NRHP reference No.||78000256|
|Added to NRHP||July 14, 1978|
Major General Nathanael Greene is a bronze equestrian statue, by Henry Kirke Brown. It is located in Stanton Park, Northeast, Washington, D.C., in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
The inscription reads:
SCULP H. K. BROWN
R. WOOD AND CO.
(Base, south side:)
A NATIVE OF THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND
WHO DIED ON THE 19TH OF JUNE 1786
LATE MAJOR GENERAL IN THE SERVICE OF THE U.S.AND COMMANDER OF THEIR ARMY IN THE SOUTHERN DEPARTMENT
(Base, north side:)
IN HONOR OF HIS PATRIOTISM,VALOR, AND ABILITY HAVE ERECTED THIS MONUMENT
On June 6, 1930, the statue fell from its pedestal after the bolts gave out in summer heat.
As part of American Revolution Statuary in Washington, D.C. the statue is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.