|Statue of Winston Churchill|
|Artist||William M. McVey|
|Dimensions||210 cm × 110 cm × 180 cm (84 in × 42 in × 72 in)|
|Location||Washington, D.C., United States|
|Owner||English Speaking Union|
A portrait sculpture of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill by William M. McVey is installed outside the British Embassy in Washington, D.C., United States. It is constructed of cast bronze, in small percentage larger-than-life.
It was unveiled by United States Secretary of State Dean Rusk, on 9 April 1966.
A model is in the collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Leaning lightly on a walking stick, Churchill holds up his hallmark gesture of the "victory" sign, first widely seen on Victory in Europe Day, 1945.
The statue's plaque notes that one of Churchill's feet is on American soil and one on British Embassy grounds, symbolizing his dual British-American ancestry and his work towards the maintenance of the Anglo-American alliance.