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Admiral Samuel F. Du Pont was a Union naval hero in the Civil War known for his navigation prowess. The three figures adorning the fountain’s base represent the Arts of Ocean Navigation: the Sea, the Wind and the Stars. The Sea … Continue reading
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Nothing says summer like baseball! John Dreyfuss’ Full Count is a breath of fresh air among historical and allegorical figures in DC. The District may not be known for its baseball yet the Washington Nationals are kicking butt this year! Full … Continue reading
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Famous for sculpting the Statue of Liberty, Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi also created the “Fountain of Water and Light” for America’s centennial in 1876. Originally lit by 12 gas-lamps, it was a highlight nighttime attractions in DC. By 1915, the fountain was … Continue reading
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Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi’s “Fountain of Light and Water” to be featured soon on District of Sculpture! (Photo collage by Julie Flygare)
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Theodore Roosevelt’s larger-than-life 17 foot statue is fitting for our 26th President, who once took a bullet in the chest and then proceeded to give a 90-minute speech before going to the hospital. “Ladies and gentlemen,” he exclaimed to the … Continue reading
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“The right to search for truth implies also a duty; one must not conceal any part of what one has recognized to be true.” – Albert Einstein (1879-1955) The above quote is engraved on the bench of the impressive bronze statue … Continue reading
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Rainbow-colored leaves danced at my ankles, as I wandered through the Kahlil Gibran Memorial. Kahlil Gibran (1883-1931) was a Lebanese-American artist, poet, writer and philosopher best known for his masterpiece, The Prophet. Gibran’s philosophies on peace, meditation, understanding, and rational … Continue reading