Hand-torn paper edges, mounted above an elegant mat appear to float in our Deckled Edge Collection. Using giclee printing with fade-resistant inks ensure the highest print quality in the industry. A simple, contemporary style frame with a one-inch moulding of burl or charcoal accompany a choice of gray or white matting. The frames have a slight texture, giving them a real wood or stone feel.
- Hand-torn paper edge
- Print appears to "float" above matting
- Beautifully printed with fade-resistant inks
- Textured frames, giving them a real wood or stone feel
- Ready to hang with sawtooth hanger
- Made to order
- Certificate of Authenticity included
- Dimensions, 18" x 20" x 0.75"
- Printed and framed in USA
If ever a place could whisk away the troubles of the day, it would be here. Once a fisherman’s harbor, now this quaint southern Sicilian village draws weekenders, beach-dwellers, and romantics. At every turn, the streets and piazzas are lined with stalls of fresh and local food; aubergines, fish, zucchini, tomatoes, and almonds.
Like they have for centuries, the shop keepers have watered down the streets and entryways to limit the dust and sand that had blown in overnight. As the day begin, a young lady fetches a loaf of bread and an elderly painter sets up his pallet and make-shift easel looking to capture the sea and the sails.
Although Michelangelo’s coffee and pastries are known throughout the island, the café offers more than just sustenance for the body, it also offers a timeless encounter with Italy’s flora and fauna, a complete reprieve for the soul.
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 Café
, a work that encapsulates every delicate aspect of southern Sicily.