DBL SIGNED & SKECHED Graceland 50th Anniversary 25½x34 G/P Kinkade Elvis Presley
Graceland is by far one of the most iconic homes in all of America. Elvis Presley bought the estate in 1957, and lived in it all the way until his death in 1977. It is now home to a museum that is visited by thousands of people every year paying homage to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. In his painting “Graceland 50th Anniversary,” Thomas Kinkade also pays homage to Graceland and it’s legacy by bringing it to life in a way no other could. A classic car sit in the drive-way, the trees are just changing colors, and a young Elvis and Priscilla Presley walk out of the front door holding hands. Read what Kinkade said about the painting when it was released:
“Fifty years ago, the King of Rock n Roll bought the palace that became, for him, a sanctuary from the demands of a very public life, and for devotees of American pop culture, a Mecca that grows only more famous with the passage of time. Graceland is one of the most visited homes in America, where legions of fans come to embrace the memories and the music of the undying rock legend, Elvis Presley.I grew up with Elvis great songs and movies; my older sister was a huge fan who played his records until she wore them out. Ive grown to appreciate the energy and high spirits the King contributed to what has become classic American culture. So, naturally, I was delighted when I got the opportunity to paint the official 50th Anniversary portrait of Graceland .
I set up my easel at Graceland on a crisp autumn morning when the stately home was particularly cozy and welcoming. I was inspired to paint it with smoke curling from the chimney and a golden light blazing in every window. I finished my sketchy plein-air study in just a few hours, and then took Graceland, 50th Anniversary to my studio where I created an image that includes such finishing touches as a likeness of the King and one of his famous cars. The finished canvas is being offered as a Limited Edition release to honor the 50th Anniversary of Graceland a home like no other.”
Graceland, 50th Anniversary
++++ Limited Edition FRAMED Gallery Proof (G/P) CANVAS (Frame included! See below)
++++ Tom created this painting in 2007
++++ RARE! Only 90 of this edition were created!
++++ Hand Embellished Oil Highlighting The artwork literally glows. This is also one of the artworks that change the time of day depending how much light you are shining on it. With medium light it looks like sunset, with more light it reflects back as if it is sunrise ~~ Pure magic! (At the time of purchase you will receive coaching on lighting with dimmer switch)
++++ DOUBLE SIGNED
- ++++ Signed with a forgery-proof DNA Matrix signature on front of canvas
- ++++ Thomas Kinkade HAND SIGNED BY THOMAS KINKADE on back of canvas
++++ Gold Foil Remarque on front of canvas
++++ Thomas Kinkade HAND SKETCHED LAMPPOST REMARQUE on back of canvas
++++ FRAMED in a Brandy with fluted roses Museum Quality Frame ~~ ready to hang!
++++ Brass nameplate with the legend “Graceland, 50th Anniversary ~~ Thomas Kinkade”
++++ Certificate of Limitation and Authenticity included
++++ Extra Certificate Thomas Kinkade personally enhanced this painting included
++++About Gallery Proof Editions ~~
Gallery Proof Edition (G/P)Gallery Proofs are issued in quantities significantly smaller than S/N. They can be distinguished from the S/N edition by the unique gold foil remarque stamped onto the image and the designation of G/P in the numbering process.
TRIPLE SIGNED Bambi’s First Year R/E 12×18 Limited Edition Kinkade Disney Bambi
Whenever you think of ‘quintessential’ Disney movies, Bambi is without a doubt one of the films that comes to mind. With his painting Bambi’s First Year, Thomas Kinkade has captured the spirit of Bambi in a way no artist has since the original Disney Animators gave life to everyone’s favorite forest creatures. This beautiful oil on canvas piece is full of attention to detail, from the flowers in the forest, to the woodland creatures who were Bambi’s trusted companions. Here’s what Thomas Kinkade said about this painting when it was released:
DBL SIGNED Home for the Holidays 20×24 S/N Framed Limited Thomas Kinkade Canvas
Everyone has something that they think of when they think of the winter holidays. It may be a particular food that you’re fond of, or a holiday ritual that you perform with loved ones, such as cutting down a Christmas tree. For me, Christmas makes me think of my grandpa, sitting around his grand piano and playing Christmas carols with all his children and grandchildren. Holidays create special memories that have a glow like no others. In 1991, Thomas Kinkade captured the spirit of holiday memories in his painting Home for the Holidays. A warm, inviting house sits lit up and ready for visitors in the middle of a true winter wonderland, promising to be full of cheer, laughs and loved ones. Read what Thomas Kinkade said about this painting when it was released:
#20/30 DBL SIGNED Yankee Stadium EPIC 30×40 A/P Canvas Kinkade Giants Baseball
Yankee Stadium, opened in 1923, is one of the most iconic American structures ever build. Also known as “The House That Ruth Built,” some of the greatest moments in Major League Baseball history happened at Yankee Stadium. In 2008, the stadium was closed for the last time, but the memories made there live on in this painting by Thomas Kinkade. Read what he said about the painting when it was released:
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Who doesn’t love the idea of a peaceful, quiet retreat in the mountains? If I were to think of all my favorite places on earth, most of them would be near a mountain. There’s something about mountains that are re-assuring. They’re strong, safe, quiet and beautiful. Thomas Kinkade captures all of that in his 2005 painting, Mountain Retreat. A quiet, cozy mountain cabin sits near a beautiful babbling brook in a valley of soft grass and trees made brilliant by autumn colors. In the background, strong, snow-capped mountains and a brilliant sunset look down on the tiny, peaceful cabin and bless the vacationers resting there with the most splendid views Earth has to offer. Read what Tom had to say about this painting when it was released:
RARE STUDIO PROOF Cinderella Wishes Upon A Dream 18×27 Kinkade Disney Canvas
The story of Cinderella has captivated the hearts and minds of young girls everywhere, ever since it was first told. After all, what girl doesn’t dream of growing up to marry a prince, and becoming a princess? This dream has been brought alive in Thomas Kinkade’s painting “Cinderella Wishes Upon A Dream.” Cinderella and Prince charming can be seen walking through a beautiful village, with the Magic Castle in the background, and Cinderella’s step-sisters off to the side. It truly is every little girl’s dream come true. Read what Thomas Kinkade said about this painting when it was released in August of 2009:
DBL SIGNED Snow White Discovers The Cottage 24×36 I/P Kinkade Disney Canvas
In the movie Snow White, the tiny cottage in the woods where the Dwarves live is a warming, welcoming sight for Snow White. Thomas Kinkade has captured this feeling perfectly in his painting Snow White Discovers the Cottage. Read what Thom said about this painting when it was released in 2008:
Pinocchio Wishes Upon a Star EPIC 28×42 I/P Thomas Kinkade Disney Canvas
In Pinocchio Wishes Upon A Star, the promise of a reward for those who live a courageous life is borne out in vivid, beautiful colors, as only Thomas Kinkade could portray it. Pinocchio and the Blue Fairy are shown, with the sun rising in the background, while the beautiful village of Tuscany lies below. Pinocchio Wishes Upon A Star, part of the Disney Dreams II collection, was released in 2009. Read what Thomas Kinkade said about this painting when it was released:
TRIPLE SIGNED Little Mermaid 18×27 R/E Framed Limited Kinkade Disney Canvas Oil
The Little Mermaid is one of the greatest Disney classics ever. In his painting The Little Mermaid, Thomas Kinkade has captured what makes it such a timeless movie. The painting shows Ariel, Flounder and Prince Eric, happy to be together, and surrounded by the vibrant colors of the sea and castle. Two beautiful worlds come together in this amazing painting. Read what Kinkade said about this painting when it was released:
RARE STUDIO PROOF Tinker Bell and Peter Pan 18×27 Thomas Kinkade Disney Canvas
Thomas Kinkade painted Tinker Bell and Peter Pan Fly to Neverland in 2009. The third in his beloved Disney Dreams Collection, it shows Tinker Bell, Peter Pan, Wendy and the children flying away to Neverland. In the background, the clock is set to 8:02. In the movie Peter Pan, the clock is actually set to 8:04, but Kinkade took the artistic liberty of painting the clock at 8:02, to signify the year he married his wife, 1982. Here’s what he said when this painting was released: