Savannah Romance By
Thomas Kinkade's Savannah Romance
"Fountain of Blessings"
"Savannah, Georgia has always been a city for romantics.
There is no place quite like the Old South for exquisite natural
beauty gracefully intertwined with rich history and charming
architecture. And no place exemplifies the Old South quite like
For those of you who have paid a visit to this enchanting
Southern city, you may have found yourself strolling down the
ancient and elegant lanes of Forsyth Park, the crown jewel of
Savannah. Built during an age of urban idealism over a century
ago, Forsyth Park remains one of the most visually abundant
locales in all of Savannah. Her shady lanes are scented by
multitudes of flowers, and anchoring the tranquil scene is the
elegant Forsyth Fountain, a 150 year old Parisian-inspired
In my painting, Savannah Romance, I've included an abundance of
color - dogwood and mimosa trees vie for attention with
resplendent southern magnolias and lush azaleas. Reigning over it
all is the majestic Forsyth Fountain, bubbling forth with
Whether you've been to Savannah, or simply admire a state of
being that celebrates life's blessing, may Savannah Romance
truly bring out the dreamer's heart in all of us. It is my hope
that your imagination will take you on a stroll down this shaded
pathway to discover your own fountain of many blessings."
- Thomas Kinkade
Thomas Kinkade's Savannah Romance will be available in the
12x16, 18x24, 25.5x34 and 30x40. Call your Art of the South
Gallery consultant today to reserve your copy.
1. Thom has placed a total of 25 N's in Savannah Romance, as
tribute to his wife Nanette, as well as in celebration of his 25
years as a published artist!
2. The famous Forsyth Fountain, featured in Savannah Romance,
was created in 1858 and received extensive restoration in 1988.
It was added to the park in 1858 and is a focal point of the
park because of its size, majestic elegance and beauty. It is
located in Forsyth Park, which extends from Gaston Street to
Park Avenue along the Bull Street corridor, in Savannah,
3. Forsyth Park has a unique blend of natural beauty, history
and attractions. It's the largest and oldest park in Savannah,
spanning 30-acres and is where adults, youth, families and
people of all ages gather to see the sights, run, play and
relax. Forsyth Park was created in 1851 and was named after
Georgia Governor, John Forsyth.
4. Savannah, Georgia is one of the most beautiful cities in the
United States. It is a city that embraces modern culture while
staying true to its Southern traditions. With it's town squares,
monuments, soaring oak trees, and natural charm, it is an
excellent place to visit.
5. In 1966, Savannah's Historic District was designated a
National Historic Landmark by the US Interior Department.