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Thomas Kinkade "The Mountains Declare His Glory" 20" x 20" Gallery Wrap - 441-734


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441-734 - Thomas Kinkade ''The Mountains Declare His Glory'' 20'' x 20'' Gallery Wrap
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Thomas Kinkade "The Mountains Declare His Glory" 20" x 20" Gallery Wrap

Serene and stunning, this Thomas Kinkade gallery wrap is sure to make the right impression in any room in your home. Featuring a recreation of a Miwok Indian Village, this wrap brings your décor to life with relaxing shades of purple, red, brown, taupe and green. You’ll find a comfortable camping spot warmed by the radiance of a small fire by the side of a river as a thin waterfall pours over the mountains in the background for in a splash of icy blue.

This wrap features a giclee print on canvas, stretched around an all-wood stretcher bar. The backing boasts a spline application for a truly finished look. Unlike most gallery wraps that are stapled on the back, this one flaunts a clean presentation.

Additional Information:
Measures 20"H x 20"L x 1-1/2"D and weighs 2.2 lbs. You'll receive a certificate of authenticity to denote this is a genuine piece of Thomas Kinkade artwork. For indoor display only. Made in the USA.

About Gallery Wrap:
Bring the premium style of the art gallery into your home with a gallery wrap print. In gallery wrap canvas, the artwork extends around the sides of the canvas, and the fabric canvas is attached to the back, not the sides, of the solid wood stretcher frame. You won't see any staples on the sides of the piece, so the artwork is ready to hang as is, or makes a dramatic statement in a frame of your choice.

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