A fountain is a water flowing naturally or artificially. In ancient Greece, columnar temples were built over springs to worship gods or nymphs. In ancient Rome, fountains fed by the great aqueduct system supplied water to streets, villa gardens, and townhouses. Although there are few medieval public fountains, there are many beautiful examples. In Italy in particular, even in the smallest village square or the least pretentious villa, you can see the glorious fountains of the Renaissance, displaying the full artistic flourish of the period. The development of the great villas in the 16th and 17th centuries, with their hillside gardens and natural water sources, evoked astonishing ingenuity in water decoration. Fountains not only have the fountains we often see outdoors but also can be decorated with water indoors. Take a look at our modern wall water fountain. This is a fountain mounted on the wall, and a basin mounted from the wall down, and the water runs down from the top. The whole wall becomes a work of art and decoration.
In architecture, a structure serves as a foundation or framework for the upward or downward flow of water. Fountains were originally built only as sources of drinking water. Later, flowing water was combined with architecture, sculpture, and green to create a variety of ornamental and artistic effects. View fountains built in ancient and medieval western European cities, Middle and Near Eastern countries, and India. Fountains with statues, columns, basins, and other objects dating back to classical times. They were a favorite ornament in the squares of 16th-18th century European cities, such as Florence and Rome, as well as in the villa and palace park complexes, especially Versailles. If you want to install a fountain in your house, check out our modern wall water fountain sculpture. Turn your wall into a work of art to make your room look more stylish and brilliant. This modern wall water fountain is popular with many people. Welcome to contact us.