Fountain in the center of the WWII Memorial on the Mall in the US Capital, Washington, DC. In honor of those who served and those who perished.
Detail of a painted, cast iron fountain in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia. Savannah is known for its cast iron architectural elements.
The city of Olomouc in the Czech Republic is home to six Baroque fountains, all of which are still in use. A Greek god is the subject of each fountain. The Neptune fountain on Dolní Square is the first and the oldest of the six fountains and dates to 1683. Four sea horses rise from the water below Neptune. The sculptural group was carved by sculptor Michael Mandik and the basin was created by Olomouc stonemason Vaclav Schüller.
Detail from Mastery of the Sea by Edmund Hellmer, 1897, a fountain on St. Michael’s Square, Vienna, Austria.
April in Istanabul is tulip month. Tulips were everywhere. They surrounded the dry fountain in the Revan Kiosk (garden pavilion) in the Fourth Courtyard of Topkapi Palace. The Fourth Courtyard was the private sanctuary of the sultan and his family.
Fountain Series: February/March: Garden Fountains