OOS Sculpture

Julia Chatfield

1961 / Sister Agatha Fitzgerald, O.S.U. / St. Martin

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This bas relief work depicts Julia Chatfield (who founded the Ursulines of Brown County) holding a cross with leaves, which symbolizes the planting of the Cross in the Wilderness. The work was carved from Indiana limestone by Sister Agatha Fitgerald, a member of the Order of Saint Ursuline and the Ursulines of Brown County. In 2014 the work was granted the Ohio Memory project award by the Ohio Historical Society.

Location: Chatfield College, 20918 OH-251

County

: Brown

Citation

: Sister Agatha Fitzgerald, O.S.U., “Julia Chatfield,” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture , accessed October 27, 2021, http://oos.sculpturecenter.org/index.php/items/show/2131.

Title

Julia Chatfield

Description

This bas relief work depicts Julia Chatfield (who founded the Ursulines of Brown County) holding a cross with leaves, which symbolizes the planting of the Cross in the Wilderness. The work was carved from Indiana limestone by Sister Agatha Fitgerald, a member of the Order of Saint Ursuline and the Ursulines of Brown County. In 2014 the work was granted the Ohio Memory project award by the Ohio Historical Society.

Date

1961

Publisher

Ohio Outdoor Sculpture

Identifier

2131

Location City

Location County

Location Notes

installed to the right of the entrance to the school administration building

Location Site

Location Street

20918 OH-251

Media Sculpture Height

61 inches

Media Sculpture Width

24 inches

Installation Date

1961

Materials