Castle Howard’s Atlas Fountain is part of a beautiful Victorian parterre. It was the result of a collaboration between the 7th Earl of Carlisle, landscape gardener William Andrews Nesfield, sculptor John Thomas, and engineer James Easton. At the centre of the fountain is a sculpture of Atlas, the Greek Titan who was condemned by the Olympian Gods to hold up the sky for all eternity. Surrounding the fountain are four sea gods blowing jets of water over Atlas through conch shells. Solve the jigsaw puzzle to see what the Atlas Fountain at Castle Howard looks like.