Painted in honor of his daughter, Winsor, Lilac Gazebo was one of three paintings in Thomas Kinkade’s Winsor Manor collection. Named for the beautiful lilacs growing around and on one of his signature gazebos, this painting is a classic Thomas Kinkade masterwork. The Lilac Gazebo 16″ x 12″ SN Limited Edition Print is presented in an ornate dark-wood Donovan frame with Buff on Moss Green luxury matting. This collectible fine art comes with an individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity from the Thomas Kinkade Company.
Thomas Kinkade Limited Edition Paper Prints are made with the highest attention to detail and color accuracy; rest assured that these are the finest, most desirable Thomas Kinkade paper prints available. Each are printed on premium heavy weight (100 lbs.) archival papers with superior fade resistant inks.
Limited Edition Paper Framing
Beautifully matted and framed with the finest materials, our Limited Edition Deluxe Framing has been carefully selected to enhance the presentation of your Thomas Kinkade image. Each piece uses conservation quality standards and is hinged mounted and matted with acid free materials. To ensure long life, durability and safety, the art is also protected with shatter resistant Plexiglas and is fitted with a heavy gauge coated wire for hanging. You and your family are sure to enjoy this beautiful Thomas Kinkade image for Generations to come.
- Premium heavy weight 100 lbs. paper
- Long-life pigment inks that outperform conventional press inks.
- Edition number is applied to each Paper Limited Edition
- Individually numbered Certificate Authenticity matched to the art piece
- Sealed with precision cut craft paper backing
- Wool felt bumpers
- Certificate of authenticity included
- Steel hanging wire
The third in my series of paintings in honor of my daughter Winsor, Lilac Gazebo offers a special delight to the senses. Here the air is fragrant with the heady perfume of lilacs. This tiny architectural gem nestled in a bower of flowering lilacs is a romantic dream come true.
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