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Statue of  Justice

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Statue of Lady Justice

This sculpture of Justice or Lady Justice has been commissioned for 

the Williamsburg-James City County Courthouse

 

 

This Statue in Marble stands over six feet high. The sword and scales of Justice are cast in bronze with a gold patina. The picture above shows the left and right hand views of the statue. The statue is designed in the neoclassical style. The sword denoted power and the scales indicate the impartiality of the law. 

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Portrait Sculpture of James Wilson

First Law Professor of the University of Pennsylvania Law School

This bust is the Class of 2001 Gift to the Law School

James Wilson

clay model

2001

 

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General Beauregard

 

Rendering for a sculpture of Beauregard

 

 

Meriwether Lewis

Plaster Model

This three-quarter plaster model will be carved in white Colorado Yule marble as life sized and will be displayed in the Virginia State Capitol with busts of other prominent Virginians in the Old House of Delegates Room, now called Statuary Hall

 

 

 

 

Carving  a life sized Lewis from a block of Colorado Yule marble