Thomas Kinkade Library Edition Framed Artwork
- Classic Thomas Kinkade small-town American scenes
- Framed High Quality Reproduction on Canvas
- This is an authentic fine art reproduction from the original painting by Thomas Kinkade
- Hand-painted highlights completed by master highlighter
- Printed with archival inks, and matched in color and brushstrokes to ensure the quality and accuracy of the reproduction
- Matted and framed
- Ready to hang
- For Thomas Kinkade The Good Shepherd’s Cottage, Mountain Majesty and Doesn’t Get Much Better Than This: Print Dimensions: 34” x 25”; Overall Framed Dimensions: 42” x 32”
- For Thomas Kinkade Evening Majesty and Courage: Print Dimensions: 36” x 24”; Overall Framed Dimensions: 43” x 31”
About Thomas Kinkade
Thomas Kinkade (1958–2012) rose to prominence in the early 1980s with his signature style of rendering landscapes and bucolic American scenes with luminous color palettes. Born and raised in Placerville, California, the picturesque town in the Sierra Nevada foothills gave Kinkade an eye for framing humanity within sweeping natural environments, illustrated by his extensive series of paintings of well-lit cabins shadowed by pine forests and mountains. Though critically acclaimed for his landscapes—his 1989 painting Yosemite, Artist’s Point won the Founder’s Award in the National Artists for Park Awards Campaign—all of his work, which ranges from small-town still lifes to portraits, showcases the same soft brushwork, warm pastel colors, and attention to detail.
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