Three Dancing Maidens

Wurlitzer Dancing Maiden Fountain (Gone)

Field review by the editors.

Burlingame, California

Three half-clothed water nymph Gibson girls frolic in a bronze fountain sculpture behind a row of stores.

Sculpted by German artist Walter Schott ~1910, the "Three Dancing Maidens" won a couple of awards before the Wurlitzer (organ) family purchased it in Germany and brought it to America. Moved with a Wurlitzer in the 1950s from Cincinnati, Ohio to Burlingame.

Another copy is in NYC.

Wurlitzer Dancing Maiden Fountain

Directions:
1440 Burlingame Ave. Between El Camino Real and Primrose Rd. It's behind the building, next to the parking lot.
Hours:
May 2015: Fountain reported gone.
Status:
Gone

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