Looks like a wonderful exhibition !
'Cleverly and dramatically placed in the centre of the exhibition, Latona with her children, Apollo and Diana, provide a dramatic stopping point in the exhibition. For centuries, Latona was perched atop an enormous fountain located at a pivotal point in the magnificent gardens of Versailles. Carved in marble, Latona stands 2.2 metres high and weighs 1.5 tonnes. Both heroic and maternal, she is protective of her cherubic infants. Based on a story from Ovid’s Metamorphosis, this work tells of Latona and her children being denied water from a pond by local peasants. Latona retaliated and turned them into frogs; a story that appeals to both young and old! The dramatic backdrop of the high-tech multi-media projection and soundscape has both captivated and cooled summer visitors with the sound of splashing water proving positively refreshing on summer days.'
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