Item No: ZTHZ-031
Size: life size or custom as your requirement
Wall Thickness: 5-6mm (can be adjusted depends on the size of sculpture)
Producing Time: About 30-50 days after receiving your order
Technology: Lost-Wax Casting Process
Material: Bronze/ Brass/ Copper
Advantage: Foundry Supplying Directly
This edgar allan poe sculpture is a solemn and eye-catching statue that stands permanently on Edgar Allan Poe Square in Boston,
Massachusetts, USA. This statue was wholeheartedly created by the outstanding American sculptor Stephanie Lockneck. It is
located at the intersection of Boyston Street and Charles Street, showcasing the figure of Allan Poe to the world.
The statue vividly portrays the image of Allan Poe: he strolls on the street with his back facing Boston Park. On the side of the statue,
a huge flying crow accompanied him, like the mysterious and symbolic character in the work. A suitcase lid was opened, and the
sidewalk behind him was engraved with literary works by Allan Poe, as if leaving traces of his life on the sidewalk behind him.
The statue depicts Allan Poe vividly, and the details are vividly portrayed. His tired eyes, thick beard, and shallow smile all reveal the
depth and contemplation of his inner world. Even the buttons on his shirt and jacket, as well as the tie tied around his neck, were
sculpted to perfection, making viewers feel the warmth and wisdom of this literary giant.
This edgar allan poe sculpture is not only a static artwork, but also a dialogue with the author’s soul. It provides an opportunity for
people to have intimate contact with literary giants in the streets and corners of Boston. The existence of sculpture has allowed Poe’s
spirit to reside forever in this city, and has also added a literary solemnity and artistic atmosphere to Boston.
1. Confirming the details drawing/ 3D mold/ Pictures with clients.
2. Making clay mold according to drawing/ photos/ 3D mold.
3. Lost-Wax casting bronze/brass statues.
4. Welding and Chasing.
5. Patina and wax surface, take all different views pictures/ videos, show to clients.
6. Packing into wooden cases after clients satisfied with the works.