In so many classic Western films there are events building towards a final showdown, and in some of those seminal moments the gunfighter must ride into town to face his foe and put his fate to the test. I loved how this was handled in Chapter 5 as the Mandalorian returns to town on a dewback to rescue Grogu from his former partner turned adversary! The streets before him are completely empty, only light washing out from the doors and windows to illuminate this moment that, to me, feels very ’a stranger in town,’ and it’s quite a moment, but also a visually powerful one!
Thomas Kinkade Studios Original Studies are exquisite works of art created by Thomas Kinkade Studios artists. These original paintings are the inspiration for the published Limited-Edition Art releases. Original Studies were lovingly created with hundreds of hours of research and brushwork applied to each one. Each Thomas Kinkade Studios Original Study has its own story to tell – some created solely with acrylic or oil paints, while others were painted using mixed-media art techniques.
A Thomas Kinkade Studios Original Study comes with a Certificate of Authenticity that includes an archival catalog number and authorized signature which certifies its status as a Thomas Kinkade Studios original work of art. A tamper-evident hologram and signature plaque are affixed to each original, and these marks of authenticity are exclusive to these unique works of art.
- Individually numbered Certificate Authenticity matched to the art piece
- Engraved brass nameplate included.
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About the Artist
Thomas Kinkade Studios Artist Monte Moore has been a professional illustrator for nearly 30 years for dozens of top-tier companies and properties having worked on book covers, video games, movie posters, card games and comic books. Along with having 8 books published exclusively featuring his commercial artwork in the pop-culture industries, Monte has won the World Fantasy Art show twice for Best Black and White work and has been a guest of honor artist at conventions and art shows around the world including Italy, Scotland, Belgium and Germany and 2001 Guest of Honor at the San Diego Comic-Con International.