Leonor K. Sullivan Blvd. at Washington Ave., just south of Eads Bridge
Part of the Visual Arts Tour
Celebrating the return from their two-and-a-half year journey to the Pacific to St. Louis in 1806, Captains Lewis and Clark express their feelings about home and their futures in very different ways. Sculptor Harry Weber finds nuance in the faces and gestures that hint at their different personalities and divergent fates. Lewis and Clark both settled in St. Louis following their expedition, beside the great river of North America. Lewis died along the Natchez Trace in Tennessee in 1809; Clark died in St. Louis in his son’s home on Broadway between Pine and Olive Streets in 1838.
Stop 13 of the Visual Arts Tour
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