Everyone’s life is limited. For some people who have made great contributions, there needs to be something else to remember them, so that more people will remember their great contributions. At this point, sculpture works very well. Take a look at this Winston Churchill Parliament statue. This is a sculpture of him on crutches. The Winston Churchill Parliament statue in Parliament Square, London, is a bronze sculpture of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill created by Ivor Roberts-Jones.
The Winston Churchill Parliament statue is located in what Churchill called “Where My Statue will Go” in the 1950s. It was unveiled in 1973 by his widow, Baroness Spencer-Churchill, Clementine, at a ceremony attended by the current prime minister and four former prime ministers, and addressed by Queen Elizabeth II. The Winston Churchill Parliament statue is one of a dozen in or around Parliament Square, mostly of famous politicians. The statue is 12 feet (3.7 m) tall and made of bronze. It was carved by Ivor Roberts-Jones and is located on the main green of Parliament Square, opposite the Palace of Westminster. Artist Kyffin Williams, a friend of Roberts-Jones, is said to have modeled for Churchill. The statue shows Winston Churchill standing with his hands on his walking stick, wearing a military overcoat… Aongking also has more figure sculptures for you to choose from.