The central, equestrian statue of Grant with one of the four lions (2017)
Grief holds her covered face against the shoulder of History and weeps in mourning.
U.S. Capitol, Grant Memorial, and Capitol Reflecting Pool
Victory with infants Mars and Neptune
Aerial view
Grant Memorial from the east with the National Mall in the background
Peace
Cavalry Charge.
Cavalry Charge.
Cavalry Charge with restored bronze
Detail of Cavalry Charge (possible self-portrait of Henry Shrady).
Artillery.
A section of the memorial during the 2015-2016 restoration
An honor guard from U.S. Customs and Border Protection at the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial on Peace Officers Memorial Day in May 2013.

Today it stands as part of a three-part sculptural group including the James A. Garfield Monument and the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial.

- Peace Monument

The Grant Memorial composes the center of a three-part sculptural group including the James A. Garfield Monument to the south and the Peace Monument to the north.

- Ulysses S. Grant Memorial

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Garfield Monument in 2008

James A. Garfield Monument

Memorial to United States President James A. Garfield, elected in 1880 and assassinated in 1881 after serving only four months of his term, by a disgruntled office-seeker named Charles J. Guiteau.

Memorial to United States President James A. Garfield, elected in 1880 and assassinated in 1881 after serving only four months of his term, by a disgruntled office-seeker named Charles J. Guiteau.

Garfield Monument in 2008
James Garfield Statue at Sunset
One of three allegorical figures, Scholar, is at the base of the monument.

Today it stands as part of a three-part sculptural group near the Capitol Reflecting Pool including the Peace Monument and the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial.