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Description

The Brushstroke Vignette collection showcases Thomas Kinkade scenes on canvas textured to capture the exact brushstrokes from Thom’s original painting. Inspired by antique Italian designs, classic frames compliment your artwork with a distressed look and a luxuriously warm finish.  Available in either Rich Burl or Burnished Gold, they provide a sophisticated look that will compliment any home decor.

Features

  • Premium canvas substrate on hardboard
  • Hand-applied textured brushstrokes
  • Image Size: 16″ x 20″
  • Outer Frame Dimensions: 22″ x 26 1/2″ x 1 3/4″
  • Thomas Kinkade Certificate of Authenticity with tamper-evident hologram technology
  • Made in the USA

 

Image Notes

The cooling, tranquil feeling of resting beside still waters… what trouble or pain could not be hushed by such moments? And yet, in the rushing of our lives, each of us at times seem to prefer the raging torrents to the quiet brook — why else wouldn’t we seek daily those waters that are still? Stillwater Bridge is an attempt to reflect waters that are still and inviting. I hope you can linger a moment or two.
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Additional information

Weight 5.0 lbs
Dimensions 1.75 × 26.5 × 22.0 in
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Stillwater Bridge – 16″ x 20″ Brushstroke Vignette (Rich Burl Frame)

$399.00

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The Brushstroke Vignette collection showcases Thomas Kinkade scenes, beautifully accented by hand-applied oil brushstrokes and classic frames.

Brushtroke Vignette's are normally prepared and framed individually for each order. Please allow 7 business days for us to ship this item.

SKU: 83224 Category: Tag: Click here for complete image notes, painting details and additional media for Stillwater Bridge

Reviews

  1. Ron Dickman

    Thom and Nanette stopped by the Placerville Gallery on a quiet week day and we had a
    Stillwater Bridge RE. My wife asked him if he meant to paint Christ standing at the
    apex of the bridge. He said no and took a look and said simply, “He is there.” I
    truly think that every painting Thom did was inspired by the Holy Spirit. We have it
    in our bedroom and I wake up every morning and start the day looking at it. Lovely.

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