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very famous Thomas Kinkade painting that hangs over many sofas and in dining
rooms across America is "A Christmas Story". As in all of his portraits, his use of light
and texture capture the magic and delight behind the ideal version of a snow
covered Christmas Eve in Middle America.
Kinkade uses sparkling lights and warm colors to convey a cityscape of
excitement and holiday merriment in the hours just before dusk when the evening
sky still possesses that beautiful wintery hue.
is just one of the many Thomas Kinkade Christmas portraits of which he is well
known. Kinkade had a strong association
with this holiday and offered many impressive pictures of cottages wrapped
under a blanket of snow and of Church Chapels lit for the evening services. Since these versions of paintings were
considered a Kinkade trademark, many owners are beginning to wonder about the
potential increase in the Thomas Kinkade paintings value.
Popularity of the "Painter of Light"
fact, his pictures are said to hang in over 10 million houses across the
nation, nearly 1 in 20 of every residence in America. His Thomas Kinkade Christmas portraits are
probably the most widely reprinted versions of his portfolio of wonderful
artwork, appearing in jigsaw puzzles, Christmas ornaments, and even decorative
lies the rub. Although a Thomas Kinkade
painting is a very popular picture to have for the average art lover, art
critics have a completely different take.
Strangely enough, he was never considered to be highly talented. Of the very few original works, very few are
considered by critics to have artistic merit.
Kinkade paintings value for first editions will likely increase, regardless of
the negative opinions of art critics.
Critics do not drive the art market so much as those who love the
artist's work, and Thomas Kinkade has millions of fans across the globe.
are also reports of "unpublished" works which could fetch a
remarkable fee on the open market. But
the most impressive recent example is a purchase of a Kinkade painting that sat
in an art gallery for years before his death.
Shortly after his passing, it sold for $150,000.
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