Some Latin consoled the parents of the luckless John Thomas.
A religiously themed monument in Druid Ridge that avoids cliché with some novel imagery.
It’s not quite “jeder für sich und Gott gegen alles” in this monument, but Anna Houser is an enigma.
My eye was caught as I was departing Laurel Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia by this unorthodox ‘white bronze’ monument (figure 1). It turns out to be an astounding and unexpected form of self-representation by two people in love with life and, more prominently, themselves. The monument has five tall sides arranged in an uneven pentagonal […]