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Thomas Kinkade "Garden of Grace" Limited Edition Framed Paper - 405-207


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405-207 - Thomas Kinkade ''Garden of Grace'' Limited Edition Framed Paper
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Thomas Kinkade Limited Edition Garden of Grace 20" x 24" Framed Print

"Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound... How sweet, too, are the sights that await us in the 'Garden of Grace.' And the scents. I think of a melodious harmony of bird song, of the heady perfume of flowers wafted on the breeze. Above all, I imagine a glorious light that pours through the foliage, clothing the trees and shrubs in its resplendent radiance. What can lie beyond the aged, wrought iron gate that opens into the 'Garden of Grace?' Surely, abundant blessings and God's tender mercies await." --Thomas Kinkade

Measurements:
Image Size: 20"L x 24"W
Overall Size: 28"L x 32"W x 2"D

Rays of sunlight stream unto a luscious garden in this colorful piece. Beautifully matted and framed, the print is protected with Plexi-glas and finished with a brass nameplate. Available in your choice of two frames, you're sure to find one that perfectly complements your home decor. Originally painted in 2004, each of these limited edition prints is signed and numbered, and only 2,450 of this piece were released. Made in the USA.

Additional Information:
Weighs 12 pounds. You'll receive a certificate of authenticity to denote this is a genuine piece of Thomas Kinkade artwork. For indoor display only.

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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