An equestrial statue of Queen Wilhelmina (1880-1962) made by Theresia van der Pant. Two years after the death of the old queen, the Womans Organization of Amsterdam invited the sculptress to make a statue. It was intended she should make an image of the queen sitting behind a desk having a speech to the people as she did during WWII from her exile place London.
The sculptress however didn't like that idea at all and choose for a young Wilhelmina riding a horse. Her daughter queen Juliana helped the sculptress to choose the right clothes for the statue.