Will Dickson Fountain

May 2000
Public Sculpture of North-East England;2000, p8
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Information about the sculpture "Will Dickson Fountain," an elaborate fountain in the Gothic style in England is presented. It discusses the description and the history of the sculpture. It also highlights the date of its installation, status, condition and the name of the person or institution who commissioned the creation of the sculpture.


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