I live in one of the J.C. Nichols-developed suburbs of Kansas City. One feature that's common to the J.C. Nichols 'burbs is an impressive amount of classical public art. There's imported statues at many intersections of local and collector streets in Roeland Park, Fairway, Mission Hills and Prairie Village.
This one is about a mile from my house. Despite its location smack in the heartland of the United States, I think this statue has a bit of a South Philly edge to it. What do you think?