Justice at the Gates of Fortitude and Justice, Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland by sculptor John Van Nost, 1729.
This allegorical statue of Justice stands above the Cork Hill entrance to Dublin Castle. Many statues have Justice blindfolded but in this case her eyes are uncovered. Irish lore says that Justice is without blindfold to show that in Ireland, injustice can be seen.
John Nost was a Flemish sculptor who worked in England in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. The statue is made of cast lead.