OOSI Sculpture

John Marshall

1912 / Herbert Adams / Cleveland

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An oversized portrait of the fourth Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court: John Marshall. He is wearing judicial robes, seated in an ornate chair. His hands rest on the arms of the chair, curled over front. His gaze is attentive, relaxed, downwards, towards the viewers, as if he is presiding over the lives of all passers-by. The statue is fittingly outside of the Cuyahoga County Courthouse, as a reminder of his importance to the American judicial branch and legal system.

John Marshall was the fourth Chief Supreme Court justice and is largely responsible for making the Judicial branch equal to the Executive and Legislative branches thanks to his groundbreaking use of Judicial Review. He was a force that guided the American legal system in it's early years by making wise decisions that propelled the country forward.

Location: the North side of the front steps, 1 Lakeside Avenue

County

: Cuyahoga

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Citation

: Herbert Adams, “John Marshall,” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory, accessed February 20, 2018, http://oosi.sculpturecenter.org/items/show/919.

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Title

John Marshall

Description

An oversized portrait of the fourth Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court: John Marshall. He is wearing judicial robes, seated in an ornate chair. His hands rest on the arms of the chair, curled over front. His gaze is attentive, relaxed, downwards, towards the viewers, as if he is presiding over the lives of all passers-by. The statue is fittingly outside of the Cuyahoga County Courthouse, as a reminder of his importance to the American judicial branch and legal system.

John Marshall was the fourth Chief Supreme Court justice and is largely responsible for making the Judicial branch equal to the Executive and Legislative branches thanks to his groundbreaking use of Judicial Review. He was a force that guided the American legal system in it's early years by making wise decisions that propelled the country forward.

Creator

Date

1912

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Location County

Location Site

the North side of the front steps

Location Street

1 Lakeside Avenue

Creation Date

01/01/1912