Thomas Kinkade calender 2014

Thomas Kinkade

The painter of light he was called. Thomas Kinkade passed away April 6, 2012.

His art will continue to live on though

Cinderella

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Thomas Kinkade

He has been called "the painter of light" for a reason. His paintings are both pensive and shiny at the same time.

Disney┬┤s princesses and fairytales are often the motif but there is much more to see. Thomas KInkades homepage helps you to browse around in his colourful world. Here is the gallery and you can shop from this site!

Thomas Kinkade came from a modest background. He learned to see and experiance simple pleasures. So all this es coming out through his paintings. Thomas Kinkade has a christian message too that often is shown in his paintings.

It was while growing up in the small town of Placerville, California that these important values were nurtured. It was also during this time that Kinkade began to explore the world around him. He spent a summer on a sketching tour with a college friend, producing the best-selling instructional book, The Artist's Guide to Sketching.


Snowwhite finds the cabin

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Do you also wish you could paint like this? 5 comments

Omotola 3 years ago

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jihas 4 years ago

GREAT.........................MAN.................


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FaithDream 5 years ago from (Midwest) USA

I love Thomas Kinkade. He is called the painter of light for good reason, his art is illuminating. Lovely photos and excellant review.


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mulberry1 6 years ago

I have a couple of puzzles made from Thomas Kinkade paintings. I've always wanted to live in the places he depicts...so charming and warm.


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frogyfish 6 years ago from Central United States of America

How nice to discover that one of my favorite painters has opened up to the 'fairy tales' painting. They are very interesting to decipher. Thank you for sharing them here.

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