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Thomas Kinkade "Lamplight Collection" 20" x 20" Gallery Wrap - 437-767


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437-767 - Thomas Kinkade ''Lamplight Collection'' 20'' x 20'' Gallery Wrap
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Thomas Kinkade "Lamplight Collection" 20" x 20" Gallery Wrap

Lamplight Brooke is based upon a real English town called Bourton-on-the-water. Thom called the stream "Brooke Winermer" and painted the same brooke in all five of the Lamplight paintings. Lamplight Brooke is what Thom sees downstream from Lamplight Lane, which was the first in the Lamplight series.

The real name of the Lamplight Inn is the Swan Hotel. The back of the boat also features the names of two of Thom's daughters; Merritt and Chandler. The National Association of Dealer (NALED) awarded this painting "First Runner Up" Graphic/Lithograph of the Year in 1994. The Lamplight Bridge is loosely based on the Cotswold region, which was one of Thom and Nanette's favorite vacation spots. The NALED named this work as Graphic/Lithograph of the Year in 1996.

"Lamplight Inn, with its graceful arching bridge invites us to make our way to the inn door. This spacious old country inn has room enough to welcome all weary travelers; it promises to refresh our spirits. Lamplight Bridge, the fifth stop along our imaginary Brooke Windermer, is enlivened by the vibrant glitter of gas lamps. The ancient stone span, crowned by lampposts, links neighbors who dwell on either side of the stream, and enhances the cozy hospitality of English country living. When I painted Lamplight Lane, I found myself wondering about the sylvan stream that runs alongside the village lane. I christened it The Brooke Windermer and even imagined floating down it in a skiff. Lamplight Brooke is my picture of what lies downstream from my original Lamplight Lane painting. The quaint village is based on Bourton-on-the-Water, a real English town that I very much enjoy." - Thomas Kinkade.

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Canvas wrapped around a solid wood frame. This image measures 20" x 20". You'll receive a certificate of authenticity to denote this is a genuine piece of Thomas Kinkade artwork. For indoor use only. Made in the USA.

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