This close up of the Doulton Fountain in Glasgow Green shows two statues by John Broad representing India as well as Glasgow’s crest and motto. Similar allegories are displayed representing Canada, Australia and South Africa. The enormous (46 feet high by 70 feet wide) terracotta fountain by Arthur Edward Pearce was created in 1888 to help celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. She is best known as the United Kingdom’s longest reigning monarch. She also was the Empress of India from 1876 until 1901.