A Quiet Evening 24×30 Studio Proof
A Quiet Evening was painted in 1998, and features one of Kinkade’s most popular subjects; a cabin set in a beautiful garden next to a peacefully trickling stream. Just looking at it makes you breathe a little easier as the painting draws you into its fairy-tale landscape. Imagine yourself, at dusk, sitting outside the cabin, enjoying the scenery with a cup of iced tea. As Kinkade said of this painting:
Beginning of a Perfect Day was painted in 2002. It portrays a mountain cabin near a lake, lit up beautifully as the sun rises over the water. The vacationers inside are undoubtedly waking up after a restful sleep, having spent the night before telling stories around the still-smoking fire near the shore. It really is the beginning of a perfect day, captured forever in this beautiful work of art by Thomas Kinkade. Here’s what he said about the painting at the time of its release:
“When a morning dawns so bright, so clear, so bursting with beauty that you can’t help but pause to celebrate God’s wondrous creation-that is my idea of The Beginning of a Perfect Day. My new painting celebrates just such a morning and also launches a new print series, alive with the exhilaration of morning in the wilderness.”
Thomas Kinkade #181/1240 DBL SIGNED Lamplight Village 18×24 G/P Limited Thomas Kinkade Canvas
Thomas Kinkade released Lamplight Village in 1995. It displays the techniques that gave Thomas Kinkade his nickname, The Painter of Light. As you change the lighting on the painting, the lights in the painting seem to come alive and brighten or dim as if the time of day were changing. Read what Kinkade said about this work when it was released:
The Good Life 24×20 G/P Framed Limited Edition
The Good Life was painted in 2000. It pictures a serene cabin in the mountains, and the cabin’s occupant fishing from a peaceful river. The trees are turning fall colors, and life is truly good. Here’s what Thomas Kinkade said about the painting at the time of its creation:
Garden of Promise
Garden of Promise was painted by Thomas Kinkade in 1993. Gardens were one of Kinkade’s favorite subjects, and his garden paintings are among his most popular. Here is what Kinkade said about this piece when it was painted:
Thomas Kinkade Disney Discoveries Collection
The Princess and the Frog
Thomas Kinkade’s The Princess and the Frog was painted in 2009 as part of the new Disney Discoveries Collection. At the time, Kinkade said this about the painting:
Painted in 1997, Twilight Cottage by Thomas Kinkade sold out upon release. This piece is hard to find in any edition. We have one S/N available for $1595.00. Price includes free frame and free shipping to anywhere in the Continental US.
What makes Twilight Cottage so fascinating is that it is a transitional piece in the work of Thomas Kinkade.
While Twilight Cottage features a distinctive Kinkade cottage, footbridge, trees, and flowers that Kinkade collectors so love, an enchanting fantasy element suffuses the painting. This fantasy element prefigures Kinkade later Disney paintings.
Here we are thinking of Snow White Discovers the Cottage, the first painting in the Disney series Kinkade did under commission to the Walt Disney Company.
Released in 2007, Snow White Discovers the Cottage is a breathtaking demonstration of the artistic power and technical virtuosity of Thomas Kinkade as an oil painter:
We highly recommend the rare and hard-to-find Twilight Cottage.
For those collector’s who have all of Thom’s Disney pieces, Twilight Cottage is the perfect next piece for your collection as it shows what Thom was doing artistically ten years before he released his first Disney.
Please call us ay 800-213-6415 if you would like to acquire this piece.
While critics may scoff at Thomas Kinkade, the Walt Disney Company loved him. Disney commissioned Thom to paint their most celebrated characters such as Snow White, Peter Pan, Bambi, and Pinocchio. See all of the Kinkade Disney’s here. Likewise, Warner Brothers commissioned Thom to paint the Wizard of Oz.
Karen and I love Thomas Kinkade and miss him everyday. He died too soon.
** Thomas Kinkade **
MINT CONDITION ORIGINAL
FRAMED 18″ x 24″ PAINTING ON BOARD
Your chance to own an original Thomas Kinkade Western Landscape Oil!
Asking Price $29,995
Thomas Kinkade gained attention early in the 1980′s by painting western landscape scenes.
Kinkade’s landscapes brought him to the attention of the Biltmore Gallery in Los Angeles and the Jones Gallery in La Jolla.
This beautiful original by Thomas Kinkade was originally purchased at
the Biltmore Galleries, Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles in 1983 and has only had one owner.
Provenance fully established.
We own this original; it is not consigned.
Available for your inspection in Los Angeles at our private gallery.
Call for appointment. Serious inquiries only.
Note: Reproduction rights are not included with this original. Rights belong to the Estate of Thomas Kinkade
Signed by Thomas Kinkade in his famous “stick figure” signature of the 1980′s:
Thomas Kinkade Catalog Label on obverse side of the board:
Thomas Kinkade’s majestic Conquering the Storm remains one of his all-time best. As Thom of this inspirational work, it reminds us that, with God’s help, we can conquer the storms of life.
We are offering Conquering the Storm in the 24 x 36 size. Click here to see our eBay offering.
This is an oil on canvas giclée and is a rare Atelier edition.
Framed dimensions are 34×46 making this a magnificent piece to hang over the fireplace.
Thomas Kinkade did a video to introduce Conquering the Storm. This video shows why Thomas Kinkade and his paintings are a treasure to so many millions of people. We miss you Thom….
The legendary Yankee Stadium – the House that Ruth Built — served as the home of the Yankees from 1923 to 2008.
Thomas Kinkade painted this iconic American ballpark in 2007.
This is an spectacular piece for any Yankee fan to own!
Karen’s Kinkade Art Store has an E/P in stock for $1400. Price includes free frame, free shipping anywhere in the Continental US, and a free 30″ museum grade light with a built in dimmer switch.
Please call us at 800-213-6415 if you want to scoop up this hard-to-find piece before its gone!
Thom made a short video discussing his painting Yankee Stadium: