On the grounds of The John and Mable Ringling Museum Of Art in Sarasota are several amazing bronze sculptures. This controversial sculpture is based on the characters Lygia and the Bull in the 1885 novel “Quo Vadis” by Henry Sienkiewicz. John Ringling purchased it in the 1920’s only to have the city leaders of Sarasota remove it from public viewing due to its provocative nature. With research I was unable to find when it was reinstalled on the grounds. Ringling and others believed the sculpture was designed by Italian-American sculptor Giuseppe Morette, but apparently his wife sent documentation at some time, that it was not designed by him. Despite the uncertainty surrounding the sculpture it is a must see if you ever visit the museum and it provided me with my theme for the week, Upside Down.