OOS Sculpture

Pierre de Wiessant

Date Unknown / Creator Unknown / Cleveland

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Over life-size head which turns to its right. The eyes are deeply set and half-closed, the forehead knotted. Mouth is slightly open. The surface of the bronze is roughly worked. De Weissant was one of the six Burghers of Calais who sacrificed themselves in 1347 to Edward III in order to save their city. The piece is a preliminary ""sketch."" The Museum owns a plaster cast.

Location: Outdoor Garden Court, 11150 East Boulevard

County

: Cuyahoga

Citation

: “Pierre de Wiessant,” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture , accessed May 13, 2021, https://oos.sculpturecenter.org/index.php/items/show/828.

Dublin Core

Title

Pierre de Wiessant

Description

Over life-size head which turns to its right. The eyes are deeply set and half-closed, the forehead knotted. Mouth is slightly open. The surface of the bronze is roughly worked. De Weissant was one of the six Burghers of Calais who sacrificed themselves in 1347 to Edward III in order to save their city. The piece is a preliminary ""sketch."" The Museum owns a plaster cast.

Sculpture Item Type Metadata

Location City

Location County

Provider Qualifier

Gift of

Provider Entity

Mrs. Emery May Holden Norweb

Location Site

Location Street

11150 East Boulevard

Location Type

Media Sculpture Height

2 ft 11 in

Media Sculpture Width

1 ft 7 in

Media Sculpture Depth

1 ft 9 in

Creation Date

01/01/1886