Very Rare Thomas Kinkade Master Edition "End of a Perfect Day II" Offered by Karen's Kinkade Art Store
The End of a Perfect Day II (“A Quiet Evening at Riverlodge”)
#3 of 7 ULTRA RARE FRAMED MASTER EDITION CANVAS
~~ A virtual clone of the original! ~~
RETIRED AT ONLY 7!!
THERE WILL NEVER BE ANY MORE OF THIS EDITION PRODUCED!
Awarded 1994 NALED Best Graphic/Lithograph of the Year!
The Master Edition is the ultimate expression of detail, artist involvement,
and collectibility of any edition issued by the Publisher. Each Master Edition
is extensively hand-highlighted by Thomas Kinkade and has several additional unique
features including Thomas Kinkade’s thumb print.
Each Kinkade Master Edition was individually created by Thomas Kinkade for each individual Customer.
This is a true inheritance item which can stay in the family through successive generations while continuously gain in value ~~ in other words, quite aside from the sheer beauty, the investment value is tremendous!
Above: Only on Master Editions! Master Edition Seal,Thomas Kinkade Signature, Thomas Kinkade’s Thumb Print on the stretcher bar
Thomas Kinkade signed and sketched the back of the canvas!
A NOTE ON RENAISSANCE, STUDIO PROOF, MASTER EDITIONS:
The Thomas Kinkade Company announced that they are committed to maintaining the integrity of the Limited Edition Certificate of Authenticity across all editions. After carefully reviewing all alternatives following Thomas Kinkade’s passing, TKC determined that they will no longer publish unfinished Renaissance, Studio Proof and Master Editions! This means that because these editions are being retired and will never be made again, their value will go out the roof
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Click below to watch Thomas Kinkade describe paintings in his Beginning of a Perfect Evening Collection