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Thomas Kinkade "Cobblestone Mill" 20" x 20" Gallery Wrap - 440-267


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440-267 - Thomas Kinkade ''Cobblestone Mill'' 20'' x 20'' Gallery Wrap
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Thomas Kinkade "Cobblestone Mill" 20" x 20" Gallery Wrap

Thom released this image in 2002 and it is the fifth image in the Cobblestone Lane Collection. Thom hid a total of 5 "N's" in this painting. Cobblestone Mill is inspired by England's countryside; the farms, villages, and fields. Though the painting is imaginary, the mill in the painting is based on a mill Thom saw during one of his ramblings in the district of Hampshire, England. Cobblestone Mill celebrates the blessing of God's abundance, as the mill symbolizes the foundation , life and heart of a community blessed by nature.

"Cobblestone Mill" is a symbol of the natural abundance. The mill wheel will turn for as long as the stream that powers it will flow, grinding the flour that sustains a simple, satisfying village life. The mill stands alone, yet it is enlivened by a dazzling play of light and shade that falls on it from the flowering woods that embrace its solitude. Its dignity is enhanced by the dance of color that so delights the eye. Beauty - and all else that is good - is a gift of light, bestowed by the sun, which also grows the grain that will be ground in this millstone. "Cobblestone Mill" reminds us that all blessings flow timelessly from the hand of God. - Thomas Kincade


Measurements:
Image Size: 20"H x 20"W x 1.5"D.

p>Additional Information:
Weighs 1.8 pounds. You'll receive a certificate of authenticity to denote this is a genuine piece of Thomas Kinkade artwork. For indoor display only.


About Gallery Wrap:
Bring the premium style of the art gallery into your home with a gallery wrap canvas print. In a 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.

About the Collection
Known as The Painter of Light™, Thomas Kinkade became recognized as America's most collected living artist. Reflecting his modest background, Kinkade painted bucolic scenes with themes of simple pleasures and inspiring messages. With each brushstroke, Thom eloquently captured the beauty in the world with an instantly recognizable use of color and light.

As a devout Christian, Kinkade used his gift as a vehicle to communicate and spread inherent life-affirming values. Kinkade credited the Lord for both the ability and the inspiration to create his paintings. His goal as an artist was to touch people of all faiths, to bring peace, and joy into their lives through the images he created. The letters he received every day testify to the fact that he had achieved this goal.

As an Authorized Thomas Kinkade gallery, ShopHQ is proud to pay tribute with limited editions, framed art, canvas prints and other licensed products. Capture the beauty and tranquility of one the most widely collected artists in the world and display one of his masterpieces in your own home.

Patrick KinkadeAbout the Guest
With more than 25 years of experience in the art business, Thomas’ younger brother Patrick divides his time as a professor at Texas Christian University (TCU), and as an active member of the management team at Thomas Kinkade Company.  A previous gallery owner and author of several books on Thomas Kinkade’s travels, Patrick speaks regularly on Thomas Kinkade and his evolution as an artist. He is also actively involved in coordinating the Heritage tour and main events at Thomas Kinkade Galleries. Join Patrick for his first hand insight, as a brother and as an expert on the “Painter of Light.”

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