Bajnotti Fountain-The Struggle of Life
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Carrie Brown Memorial or Bajnotti Fountain (1899).
After the death of Caroline Matilda Brown (1841-1892), a daughter of Nicholas Brown III, her husband Paul Bajnotti of Turin, Italy, commissioned two monuments in his wife’s home town. (Providence RI)
One is the Carrie Tower on the Brown University campus, inscribed with the poignant motto "Love is strong as death." The second is the spectacular fountain in City Hall Park.
The Sculptor (Yandell), who had studied with famed artists Auguste Rodin and Frederick MacMonnies, won the competition for the memorial with her sculpture The Struggle of Life, which depicts a winged angel trying to break free from male figures personifying earthly tendencies.
Photo and FX by LFR