On one of my walks last Summer, I crossed over the Conradkade Bridge, situated at the junction of The Hague’s longest street: The Laan van Meerdervoort.
The bridge is a favourite of mine because it’s beautifully decorated with these simple but stunning figures of a young woman who accompanies two children…
There is extra detail too, like the car at the base (best seen in the second to last photo) and although I searched I didn’t find a plaque or date anywhere.
I’m no car expert but might that style of car be from the 1930′s ?
The older female looks almost too young to me to be the mother of the children, an older sister perhaps? … a nanny?
I wonder about who this sculpture might have been based on every time I pass by here.