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Complete your interior design with Thomas Kinkade. In your choice of print and distressed frame, this Brushstroke Vignette artwork spreads serenity and welcoming warmth throughout your home. Easily displayed in your living room, hallway or dining room, it showcases intricate brushstrokes on the canvas that create a sense of calm in your style. We’ll let the man himself tell you more:

Framed Print Choices

  • Clearing Storms - "Clearing Storms is, to me, a symbolic scene, charged with a joyous message. Storms dark, brooding, terrifying are a part of all our lives. When we're in the grip of a storm, we may feel abandoned by God. The meaning of Clearing Storms is that God's love is eternal. Up in the sky, God's light has touched the clouds with myriad colors, transforming them into harbingers of hope."
  • Hometown Bridge - "Fondly revisits my idyllic childhood and I have often found that the heart and emotions of the boy seem to blend with the mind and sensitivities of the adult artist. As a maturing artist, I recognize deeper meaning within bridges, those ravines spanning passages we make in life; graduations, first love, marriage, the birth of a child."
  • Open Gate - "Based on a real location in the English Cotswolds, I've kept the sketch for years, waiting for the perfect occasion to use it. I've found it now. This unassuming portal, perhaps a half-forgotten side entrance to the gardens, is left open as an invitation to all. Will your childlike heart inspire you to journey forward?"

Framed Print Details

  • Material:
  • Artwork: Canvas
  • Frame: Polyurethane, metal hardware
  • Dimensions:
  • Print: 16"H x 20"W
  • Frame: 20-1/4"H x 26-1/4"W x 1-3/4"D
  • Weight: 7.18 lbs
  • Certificate of Authenticity: You'll receive a certificate of authenticity to denote this is a genuine piece of Thomas Kinkade Studios artwork.
  • Collection: Thomas Kinkade Studios
  • Country of Origin: USA

Please Note: Keep out of direct sunlight.

About the Collection
Known the world over as the 'Painter of Light,' Thomas Kinkade is perhaps one of the most collected artist of the last century and beyond. His prolific art frequently featured imagery of faith, hope, family, home and the beauty of nature. He often travelled the world and used his talents to support humanitarian relief and make a difference in people's lives. Artwork for the 'everyman,' his pieces are often of landscapes, lighthouses, cabins, cottages, gardens and Christmas scenes.

Thomas Kinkade has been a licensed partner with Warner Bros since 2009 and his work has been commissioned for DC Comics, Looney Toons and The Wizard of Oz. He also worked with the Walt Disney Company since 2005 and was asked to paint Sleeping Beauty's castle in Disneyland. With almost 40 Disney images to his credit, he accounts for a majority of licensed art sales. The Kinkade Foundation is dedicated to supporting the arts.

Thomas Kinkade art work is handcrafted in the USA using high quality materials.

Thomas Kinkade Studios
Painter of Light

Patrick KinkadeAbout the Guest
Since 1995, Dr. Patrick Kinkade has been an integral part of the Thomas Kinkade Company. He currently serves as its Chief Creative Officer and the Director of the Thomas Kinkade Studios. He has lent his expertise in many areas of company concern including product design, media and retail development, internet development and licensing. Patrick also previously owned and operated the largest chain of independent Thomas Kinkade galleries in the United States. His personal passions are writing, travel and children's books (of which he has published four - all under the Thomas Kinkade Company brand). One of the most popular books was co-authored with his brother, the famed Painter of Light.

Most recently, Pat serves as a Thomas Kinkade Company spokesperson, working with TKC Galleries and their collectors in the very popular Heritage Tour where he acts as an ambassador for his brother's message of hope and inspiration through art.