Painted Flowers at Forsyth Park Fountain by Amy Dundon: features a unique view of Forsythe Park Fountain with beautiful flowers in the foreground and a view of three of the four spouting triton figures carrying shell horns positioned in the basin in the background. The triton figures represent the mythological Greek messenger of the sea - half man and half fish.
Forsyth Park, designed in 1851, is located in Savannah, Georgie and is a popular tourist attraction. The fountain is located at the end of a long walkway surrounded by moss draped oak trees. The park was designed similar to the central public gardens found in France. The fountain was put into the park in 1858.
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June 17th, 2019
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