Bronze statue of Parke standing with one foot on a skull. The statue stands on a granite pedestal with a bronze plaque depicting the incident on 13 August 1887 when Parke sucked the poison from an arrow wound in the chest of Capt. William G. Stairs to save his life.
PERCY WOOD fecit 1894
- Percy Wood,
Sources & Information
- Neal Doherty, The Complete Guide to the Statues and Sculptures of Dublin City (Blackrock: Orpen Press, 2015), no. A18.
Locatie (N 53°20'22" - W 6°15'8") (Satellite view: Google Maps)
Item Code: ie018; Photograph: 9 June 2014
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