Thomas Kinkade Christmas Trees
Beginning to explore the depiction of light and of imagined worlds in his early years, Thomas Kinkade later became a world renowned American artist who often portrays bucolic, idyllic settings such as gardens, streams, stone cottages, and Main Street in his works, and who has a knack of translating Christmas spirit into eye pleasing and heart felt magic through his special elemental ways. Kinkade often dedicates his work to snow scenes and street scenes. He is characterized as "The painter of light" for the flowing highlights and saturated pastel colors in all his paintings.
Kinkade Crystal Tabletop Tree With Moving Train, Lit Village
He was inspired to do his artwork from his own religious beliefs and custom, but he also pledged to himself as an artist to touch people of all faiths. His works cross cultural boundaries and generations, and appeal to people of all ages. He is crowned "America's most-collected living artist". His skill at painting, pencil drawings and sculptures have led him to create a piece of art that resembles part of an American valued custom. His hand crafted charms is a delicate piece of artwork that brings pleasure to the holidays and are considered perfect gift ideas on everyone's mind.
One type of art Thomas Kinkade is famous for is different types of Christmas themed collectibles that often include musical globes, animated and pre-lit tabletop Christmas trees, all sorts of Christmas figurines, Christmas villages, even illuminated electric train collections, as well as many other collectibles of various Christian themes including Christian cross and churches.
Kinkade says he is placing emphasis on the value of simple pleasures and that his intent is to communicate inspirational, life-affirming messages through his work. From personal experiences, I believe by doing so, he catches the heart of the ordinary folks, and that make his art works widely accepted and highly collectible.
First-Ever Kinkade 6' Pre-Lit Pull-Up Christmas Tree
This First-Ever Thomas Kinkade pull-up pre-lit Christmas tree is simply beautiful and full of magic! You're closer to a magical Christmas than you realize when you expand the brilliant winter wonder with this unique tree. It is elegantly pre-decorated with 46 non-breakable coordinating ornaments and 200 clear mini-lights, and showcases the beloved artwork of Thomas Kinkade with two satin ribbons run to the top of the tree. Additional accents of two golden and two burgundy ribbons, 15 velvety poinsettias and a gold trimmed bow tree topper glistens this impressive Kinkade tree even more. This pre-lit artificial Christmas tree is very easy to be stored in small spaces after the holiday. This tree represents simplicity and elegance!
First Kinkade Tabletop Tree With Lights, Moving Train, Music
A tabletop Christmas tree brightens the holidays with glowing
buildings, moving trains, Santa "flying" in his sleigh, merry melodies
and more. Capture the joy of the wondrous Christmas night in your home with this exclusive Kinkade musical
animated tabletop Christmas tree with moving trains. With four levels of rotating movement including Santa & his reindeer sleigh, the train climbs higher up the tree joyously with 12 brilliantly illuminated buildings and over 2 dozens of handcrafted figures. It plays a
medley of beloved Christmas carols. This wonderful Christmas tree makes a perfect holiday home decor and collectibles gifts. Available exclusively from Hawthorne Village. Buy this tabletop Christmas tree from Bradford Exchange
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