George IV (1762–1830)
George IV (1762–1830)
George IV (1762–1830)
George IV (1762–1830)
George IV (1762–1830)
George IV (1762–1830)
George IV (1762–1830)
George IV (1762–1830)
George IV (1762–1830)

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A standing robed figure of George IV on a corniced granite pedestal. The statue is a replica of that which stands at the head of the grand staircase in Windsor Castle.

George IV (1762–1830)




bronze, granite & stone


H 275 x W 120 x D 120 cm

Accession number


Acquisition method

commissioned by public subscription

Work type


Work status


Listing status

Grade II (England and Wales)

Unveiling date

October 1828

Listing date



at all times

Signature/marks description

south aspect of statue, bottom of robe: GEORGE IV / MDCCCXXVIII / CHANTREY.SC.


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Located at

North Gate of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton


Set on the pavement on the north edge of the Pavilion estate.