Veryl Goodnight

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Veryl Goodnight (Born January 26, 1947) is an American sculptor. Her sculptures of horses have achieved international acclaim. Veryl’s best-known work, "The Day the Wall Came Down" features five horses jumping over the rubble of the Berlin Wall. There are two copies of the sculpture. The first, finished in 1997, is located at the George Bush Presidential Library in College Station, Texas. The second, finished in 1998, was given as a gift from the United States of America to Berlin, Germany and is located at the Allied Museum in Berlin-Zehlendorf, Clayallee. Each sculpture weighs approximately seven tons and measures 30 feet long by 18 feet wide by 12 feet high.

The Day the Wall Came Down in Berlin[edit]

The Day the Wall Came Down in College Station, Texas[edit]