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Hearth & Home

Isn’t it wonderful to relax at home, with the fire going strong and all of your loved ones around you? Thomas Kinkade’s hearth and home scenes confirm the fact that what’s really important is family and the realization that your home is exactly where you belong.
A Mother’s Perfect Day A Mother’s Perfect Day

A Mother’s Perfect Day

The bond between a mother and her child is born with the first flutter of life within the womb. It is an immediate...

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Garden Manor Garden Manor

Garden Manor

The English Manor House was a long-time favorite subject of Thomas Kinkade’s. He was charmed by the stateliness of the architecture and romanced...

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Morning Pledge Morning Pledge

Morning Pledge

My brother loved this country. He believed in the founding fathers and their view of their fledgling republic. He absolutely knew that the...

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Hometown Christmas Memories Hometown Christmas Memories

Hometown Christmas Memories

Early in my career I created Hometown Memories as a nostalgic embodiment of the images of my childhood. The current offering recreates that...

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Emerald Valley Emerald Valley

Emerald Valley

In Emerald Valley I paint an ideal vision of the land of my fathers: Ireland. God's heavenly light pours from the skies on...

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Country Living Country Living

Country Living

In the country, wildflowers grow in profusion. To me, these bluebonnets, scotch broom and wild poppies symbolize the abundant blessings of Country Living;...

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Victorian Autumn Victorian Autumn

Victorian Autumn

My Victorian Autumn, the fourth seasonal addition to my series of idyllic family retreats, visits an imposing Victorian mansion in the fall of...

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Sunset on Lamplight Lane Sunset on Lamplight Lane

Sunset on Lamplight Lane

The Lamplight Lane series is perhaps my most popular celebration of the charms of rural England. My oldest, Merritt, was five when I...

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