While traveling last week,
I took a picture of a lovely fountain that I happened to find while on a run somewhere on the east coast of the US.
As I ran around it, this struck me as being very similar to other sculptural works I'd seen. So I checked it out and found that the sculptor of this fountain was also the sculptor of a much more famous work--a cousin (so to speak) of this work.
After last week's somewhat challenging Challenge, I thought we should have some fun with this one.
Our questions this week are:
1. What fountain is this? Where is it located? And who was the sculptor?
2. Can you identify the other, more famous statue by this sculptor, and tell me what color was it when it was made?
3. Can you find any other copies of this other, more famous statue? Where are they located?
As always, I'll come back (next week on Monday) to chat about what the Regular Readers found, and how I solved the Challenge.
In your comments, please let us know HOW you figured this Challenge out (and if you can, tell us about how long it took for you to solve it).