Thomas Kinkade "Fountains of Blessings" Limited Edition Framed Print
This image was released in 2013 and was an original painted by Thom, which was found in his vault after his death. Fountain of Blessings is the first release in the Fountain of Blessings Collection. This painting was based on a real stone monument that Thom found on one of his many trips around the world. Fountain of Blessings is Thom's visual representation of God's blessings in symbolic form. He also shares an abundance of color in this image from the pink dogwoods, Magnolia and azaleas.
Throughout his life Thomas Kinkade captured certain basic truths through his work. In Garden of Prayer, he conceived of the act of worship as being compared to a garden. In Bridge of Faith, he portrayed faith as a journey that often inspires us to cross life's challenges. In Fountain of Blessings, the bounty of God's blessing is displayed through an ancient stone fountain discovered in a quiet park Thom had explored. An abundance of color - pink and white dogwoods along with lush azaleas are seen lining the pathway. Reigning over it all is the majestic fountain itself - a stunning monument bubbling forth its' life-giving waters. There an angel rests, symbolizing the blessings from God that await all of us who are willing to receive. Our hope is that you too will stroll down this shaded pathway in your imagination, dare to hope... and discover your own fountain of blessing that comes from above.
Framed in durable, break-resistant plexi-glass. Image Size: 18"H x 24"W -Overall Size: 30.5"H x 36.5"W x 1.5"D. You'll receive a certificate of authenticity to denote this is a genuine piece of Thomas Kinkade artwork. For indoor use only. Made in the USA.
Care Instructions: Clean plexi-glass sheet with a solution of mild soap or detergent and lukewarm water. Use a clean soft cloth, applying only light pressure. Rinse with clean water and dry by blotting with a damp cloth or chamois. DO NOT USE: glass cleaner or ammonia, kitchen scouring compounds, or solvents such as acetone, gasoline, benzene, alcohol, carbon tetrachloride, or lacquer thinner. Dust with a soft, damp cloth or chamois. Dry or gritty cloths may cause surface scratches.