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The Falconer is located in Roger Williams Park in the center of the traffic circle at the junction of Fredrick C. Green Memorial Blvd and Cladrastis Ave.
The Falconer is a 10' by 7' by 2' bronze sculpture of a partially nude male figure, wearing a loin cloth, is holding a falcon in his left hand above his head. The falcon's wings are fully outspread and the falconer and the falcon are facing each other. The figures stands on a 5' diameter by 10' high three-tiered granite base.
The sculpture was created by Henry Hudson Kitson and installed several locations in Roger Williams Park in 1889 before being placed in its current location. The base is inscribed in raised letters:
ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF ELISHA DYER BY HIS GRANDSON DANIEL WANTON LYMAN
Elisha Dyer was the 25th Governor of the State of Rhode Island.