United States of America, New Jersey, Ocean County, Bay Head
Beach Bound (Bay Head, New Jersey)
This is a small, private side garden. The fountain is not attached to water, but used as a piece of sculpture. This piece was made for and situated on the Day estate in Short Hills, New Jersey. Mr. Renwick, the sculptor, was a neighbor and friend of the Day family. The garden also contains a Victorian iron bench and jardinieres, which possibly came from the same estate.
Person(s) associated with the garden property include(s): William W. Renwick (sculptor).
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The folder includes a work sheet.
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