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The unmistakable smell of salt and the sea, and the waves as they crash into the shore, sending a cool mist in every direction – the images in these scenes allow us to visit some of the most stunning shoreline locations in the world through the eyes of Thomas Kinkade.
Italian Cafe Italian Cafe

Italian Cafe

Allow Thomas Kinkade Studios to draw you into the fertile hills of Italy’s finest vineyards to the salty shores of the Mediterranean Sea and everywhere in between with the release their newest painting, Italian Cafe, a work that encapsulates every delicate aspect of southern Sicily.

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Seaside Haven Seaside Haven

Seaside Haven

A small village nestled in a bucolic cove serves as haven to all who are weathering a storm. It may be rough seas...

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The River Queen The River Queen

The River Queen

Several years ago a friend asked my son, Zac, to draw a riverboat in preparation for an event he was hosting. He wanted...

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The Little Mermaid II The Little Mermaid II

The Little Mermaid II

When Thomas Kinkade first took brush to canvas on his classic Disney painting, The Little Mermaid, he paused to write that the film...

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Pirates of the Caribbean Pirates of the Caribbean

Pirates of the Caribbean

From the first moments we climb into our boat on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride singing, “It’s a pirates life for me,”...

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Capitola Sunset Capitola Sunset

Capitola Sunset

The serene seaside village of Capitola, just north of Monterey has become a favorite weekend retreat for the Kinkade family. Recently, I set...

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Light of Hope Light of Hope

Light of Hope

The lighthouse is a powerful symbol that has been consistently used in the artwork of Thomas Kinkade. In practical definition these structures are...

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Summer Breeze Summer Breeze

Summer Breeze

Summer Breeze is a daydream from heaven; more than that, it is a dream of a perfect day. Puffy white clouds dance in...

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Radiant Surf Radiant Surf

Radiant Surf

Radiant Surf is the first time I’ve employed classic impressionistic technique in painting the rolling waves. There are colors in the surf that...

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