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Memphis, Tennessee   38133
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From the Thomas Kinkade Vault
Paris, City of Love

Paris, City of Love. The most romantic city in the world. A place where starry-eyed lovers stroll hand-in-hand along the River Seine or linger in sidewalk cafes speaking French, the "language of love." A city whose beauty strikes us at every corner, with its elegant architecture, iconic monuments, and the subtle combination of art, history and nature, creating the perfect canvas on which love can be conceived and painted into its own masterpiece.

Standing above the city is the most romantic of places, the Eiffel Tower. With its glittering lights illuminating the birth of evening, couples share romantic moments, wedding engagements and honeymoons, that create memories that will last an eternity.

Thomas Kinkade loved Paris, and the great tradition of artists and work that have flowed from its studios for centuries. He painted it often, always capturing his magnificent surroundings and that romantic "magic" in the air.

The Thomas Kinkade Vault presents a romantic vision of Paris. Find yourself strolling with someone you love down its streets or through this canvas masterpiece, and you will understand why Paris is called, the City of Love.

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18" x 27"– starting at $ 995 framed
24" x 36"– starting at $1680 framed
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Paris, City of Love


Robert Finale's Latest Masterpiece
Summer in Tuscany

As the summer sun ascends over the rustic village of Tuscany, the vibrant colors of the new harvest materialize into focus. My wife and I gaze over the fields as we pick a variety of sunflowers for our breakfast table. The serenity is astounding this time of year. During the morning, no sound but the fountain water trickling down to the fish-filled pond can be heard. We decide to linger at a nearby table and enjoy the tranquility for a while. After some time, the silence is broken by the gentle strumming of a guitar that can be heard throughout the area.

As my eyes focus across this breath taking land, I wonder of its past history. The many decades of stories that have enriched Italy's gem countryside. I notice a small Tuscan village with a variety of churches with beautiful steeples further in the distance. A Summer in Tuscany is filled with special surprises and delectable authentic food around every corner. We will forever cherish these memories of our Summer in Tuscany. — Robert Finale

12 x 18 S/N – $ 700 framed
12 x 18 A/P – $ 870 framed
18 x 27 S/N – $1150 framed
18 x 27 A/P – $1300 framed
24 x 36 S/N – $1640 framed
24 x 36 A/P – $1800 framed
28 x 42 S/N – $2100 framed
28 x 42 A/P – $2250 framed
32 x 42 E/E – $3000 framed
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Summer in Tuscany

All pieces are personally hand-embellished by Robert Finale and edition sizes are extremely small on this piece!

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From the Thomas Kinkade Vault
Dedicated to Liberty

Thomas Kinkade loved America. From its many beauties to its great freedoms, Thom regularly sought to capture the spirit and heart of our great country on canvas. Nowhere is that seen more clearly than in this painting from the Thomas Kinkade Vault, celebrating the symbol of freedom and democracy, the Statue of Liberty.

Given to America in 1886 as a gift of friendship from the people of France, the statue greeted arriving immigrants with hopes of a new life in this land of opportunity. Sculpted in copper, the statue's original color has oxidized over decades into the green tones that we know today.

In Dedicated to Liberty, Thomas Kinkade captured those early years of the statue, and the power and majesty behind this great symbol of freedom. Light breaks behind the statue illuminating the freedom that awaits all who come. A ship in the harbor carries families and the dreams of generations. A burgeoning city filled with opportunities awaits.

The Statue of Liberty's official title is Liberty Enlightening the World—enlightening the world with the light of freedom from an artist whose simple message was "Share The Light."

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  8" x 10"– starting at $ 390 framed
16" x 20"– starting at $ 860 framed
24" x 30"– starting at $1395 framed
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Dedicated to Liberty


From the Thomas Kinkade Vault
Lovelight Cottage: Cottage Lane I

Thomas Kinkade loved to travel. Discovering new romantic cities, stunning mountain vistas, or luscious hillsides and gardens, he delighted in setting up his outdoor easel and capturing these discoveries on canvas. And from these plein air (open air) works often emerged later studio masterpieces.

The English countryside was always one of Thom's favorite places. He loved the charming country lanes lined with quaint cottages that would glow from within with the warm lights of family and home. Lights that would beckon family and friends to stop, step inside and enjoy a warm cup of tea, a gentle conversation, the sharing of laughter and the deepening bonds of friendship and love.

Lovelight Cottage: Cottage Lane I, began as one of these discoveries. A light-filled cottage discovered on a quiet country lane in England, beckoned the artist to stop and capture it on canvas as a reminder of all these things that we cherish: the warmth of home, the love of family, the romance of true love; the light that we all share.

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Robert Finale's Latest Memphis Masterpiece
Rolling on the River, Memphis, TN

As the riverboats on the Mighty Mississippi River roll past this city on the bluff, the sights and sounds of historic Memphis, Tennessee come alive. The iconic skyline of this city is built on a rich history filled with times of struggle and triumph. But today Memphis celebrates that history and takes pride in being home to blues, barbeque, and the birthplace of Rock and Roll! — Robert Finale

12 x 18 S/N – $ 700 framed
12 x 18 A/P – $ 870 framed
18 x 27 S/N – $1150 framed
18 x 27 A/P – $1300 framed
24 x 36 S/N – $1640 framed
24 x 36 A/P – $1800 framed
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Rolling on the River, Memphis, TN

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Robert Finale's Latest Masterpiece
Sunset on the Bay, San Francisco

As I stroll along the San Francisco Bay, I gaze beyond the glistening waters as the sun sets across the Golden Gate Bridge. A sudden breeze picks up as an assortment of sailboats take advantage of their newly wind filled sails. I watch them glide across the bay as the last fragments of sunlight dissipate from view. Such a picturesque image brings an unbound sense of beauty and inspiration to the mind.

I take in the last pieces of the awe inspiring artistry as the evening fog engulfs the city. The fresh aroma of seafood wafts in from Fisherman's Wharf as I realize the elegance of the moment is far from gone.

Inspiration embraces the senses as I freeze this moment in time. Faint, but ever present, the heartbeat of the city can be heard from the crashing waves of the Golden Gate. The beating persists through the night as I witness the hard labored fishermen bringing back their catches after a long day of work. Only then do I truly feel like I can effectively relay this perfect moment on canvas; to capture this historic city by the bay, San Francisco. — Robert Finale

18 x 27 S/N – $1150 framed
18 x 27 A/P – $1300 framed
24 x 36 S/N – $1640 framed
24 x 36 A/P – $1800 framed
28 x 42 S/N – $2100 framed
28 x 42 A/P – $2250 framed
32 x 48 E/E – $3000 framed
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Sunset on the Bay, San Francisco

All pieces are personally hand-embellished by Robert Finale and edition sizes are extremely small on this piece!

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From the Thomas Kinkade Vault
The Sound of Music

Ever since hopping a train box car to sketch America in his youth, Thomas Kinkade loved to travel and paint. And one of his favorite destinations was the magnificent European mountain range known as the Alps. Traveling throughout these snowcapped mountains with his wife Nanette and their children, Thom crafted a number of important works such as The Matterhorn, Spring in the Alps, and HeiligenBlut.

As the family hiked the peaceful alpine pastures at the foot of these stunning mountain peaks, they were fond of singing songs from their favorite musical, The Sound of Music - songs like Do-Re-Mi, My Favorite Things, The Sound of Music, and Climb Ev'ry Mountain. These memories are cherished by the Kinkade family - memories of nature's beauty, the love of family, the fun of adventure, and the visual reminder to not be afraid to "Climb ev'ry mountain, Ford ev'ry stream, Follow ev'ry rainbow, Till you find your dream."

These great memories and themes are wonderfully captured in The Thomas Kinkade Studios' painting, The Sound of Music. Leaving behind the beauty and safety of an idyllic life and home in Austria, the von Trapp family risks everything to follow their dream—a life together wrapped in the love of faith, family and home, the things they truly believe in.

This historic musical, The Sound of Music, was the final collaboration between the legendary team of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, two men who also dared to dream and ended up giving the world (and the Kinkade family) the most beloved musical of all time.

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12" x 18"– starting at $ 750 framed
18" x 27"– starting at $ 995 framed
24" x 36"– starting at $1680 framed
28" x 42"– starting at $2250 framed
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The Sound of Music

© 2014 by Rodgers and Hammerstein: an Imagem Company and Crouse Literary Properties Company, LLC.
© 2014 Thomas Kinkade Studios, LLC, Morgan Hill, CA


From the Thomas Kinkade Vault
Wrigley Field™: Memories and Dreams

2014 marks the 100 Year Anniversary of one of the great American ballparks, Wrigley Field™. From the ivy-covered brick outfield walls to the hand-turned scoreboard to the main entry marquee, Wrigley Field™ - home of the Chicago Cubs™ - has fielded memories and dreams for generations of baseball lovers. Fathers and mothers, sons and daughters, have cheered from its stands and neighboring rooftop bleachers, singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game™" with Harry Caray.

In the Thomas Kinkade Studios' painting, Wrigley Field™: Memories and Dreams, we celebrate this great ballpark and the great traditions of yesterday; traditions that are our very roots, and which remind us of all that is great about our lives. It's those memories that enable us to dare to dream, and risk new and better tomorrows.

Baseball is a part of our past reminding us of all that was once good and could be again.

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Major League Baseball trademarks and copyrights are used with permission of Major League Baseball Properties, Inc.


From the Thomas Kinkade Vault
Remember Me: Amazing Grace I

Thomas Kinkade began painting, Remember Me: Amazing Grace I, during an Easter service in his home church. While his pastor preached about the work of Christ on the cross, Thom stood beside him and quietly brought his words to life on canvas. On Calvary, it was a thief who had "wandered far away" from God, who called out to Jesus a simple, but heartfelt prayer, "Father, remember me when you come into your Kingdom." And Jesus responded with words of amazing grace, "Today, you will be with me in Paradise."

The assurance of forgiveness offered in that moment by our Savior, is a reminder to each one of us that wherever we are in our lives; whatever valleys and dark places we find ourselves in, there is always a path that leads to the Cross. That even though each of us live flawed lives, God is able to redeem and use us to accomplish great good. This was what Thomas Kinkade believed. And it is the Thomas Kinkade Company's ongoing mission to share this message in all of the work released from the Thomas Kinkade Vault or created by the Thomas Kinkade Studios.

It is our hope that this painting fills your home with the message that even though we might wander away from Him, God always welcomes us home with his amazing grace, and stands ready to write new chapters in our lives.

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Robert Finale's Latest Masterpiece
Paris Memories

Paris, one of the most elegant and beautiful cities in the world, is among my favorite to visit. As my wife and I stroll along the lavish corridors of the city, we realize that we follow in the footsteps of some of the world's greatest artists, writers, and philosophers.

We find a cozy outdoor cafe along the great Seine River from which we watch as boats traverse along the river and underneath the magnificent Pont Alexandre III Bridge, and disappearing into the sunset to destinations unknown. As I sit in wonder and awe at the spectacular brilliance before me, I close my eyes and revel in the relaxing warm embrace of the sun. In this moment I can hear the water splashing up against the banks and the sound of people walking along the river perusing shops and boat cafes along the Seine.

As I place this memory among my most cherished, I cannot help but feel the necessity to share it with the world, a time of great Paris Memories. — Robert Finale

12 x 18 S/N – $ 700 framed
12 x 18 A/P – $ 870 framed
18 x 27 S/N – $1150 framed
18 x 27 A/P – $1300 framed
24 x 36 S/N – $1640 framed
24 x 36 A/P – $1800 framed
28 x 42 E/E – $2250 framed
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Paris Memories

All pieces are personally hand-embellished by Robert Finale and edition sizes are extremely small on this piece!

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New Disney® Collection Release
Aladdin

Who am I? And with whom will I share a lifetime of love? These are two of the great themes of each of our lives; questions we seek to answer in our own life's journey.

In Disney's magical animated classic, Aladdin, based on the folktale "Aladdin, or the Wonderful Lamp" from the collection "One Thousand and One Nights", both Aladdin and Jasmine seek answers to these two great questions. The peasant boy Aladdin pretends to be a prince to win the hand of his beloved Jasmine, and Princess Jasmine pretends to be a peasant to break the confines of her palace home. As they soar above Agrabah and the surrounding kingdom on a magic carpet ride, they discover a "whole new world" of adventure and love, and the realization that we only need "to be ourselves", not someone else, to find "true love" and that wondrous place for you and me.

Thomas Kinkade Studios is proud to present Aladdin with the hope that you too will discover that wondrous place and love for your life.

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Robert Finale's Savannah Masterpiece
Savannah, River Street

Perfectly nestled along the Savannah River bank is one of my favorite places in the world, River Street. It possesses a charm and beauty that is hard to mimic. Quaint antique shops and restaurants line the cobblestone filled streets which hold enough to fill an adventure-filled day with beauty and wonderment. My family often enjoys a day here on the Georgia Queen Riverboat.

Once the sun sets, we find our favorite restaurant to end an awe inspiring day in Savannah. I always feel an overwhelming sense of inspiration as I gaze into the sunset and watch as the riverboats paddle majestically across the water, as the old street car makes its way down the cobblestone streets. This scene paints a perfect picture of old southern charm. — Robert Finale

12 x 18 S/N – $ 700 framed
12 x 18 A/P – $ 870 framed
18 x 27 S/N – $1150 framed
18 x 27 A/P – $1300 framed
24 x 36 S/N – $1640 framed
24 x 36 A/P – $1800 framed
Original Oil - 24 x 36 - $14,000
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Savannah, River Street

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From the Thomas Kinkade Vault
Cathedral Mountain Lodge

A graceful stillness hovers over a majestic mountain evening. The changing colors of the close of day and the breathless grandeur of a mountain cathedral are reflected in the peaceful waters of a quiet alpine lake. Touches of life abound - the warmth of home from a rustic mountain lodge. A lakeside campfire waiting for the arrival of great conversation and warm laughter. A family of deer delighting in the stillness. It's a place for inspiration and rest. A place for family, friendship and refreshing the soul. A perfect moment.

These are the moments and times that Thomas Kinkade envisioned and captured on canvas through his artwork. Moments so perfect that we wouldn't want to change a thing. Moments that catch us by surprise, stopping us in awe at the realization that we are experiencing something so perfect, it can't be improved upon. Moments so perfect they can only be a gift to us from the Creator himself.

The Thomas Kinkade Vault is proud to release Perfect Moments I: Cathedral Mountain Lodge, where the grandeur of mountain cathedrals cast their reflections on a still mountain lake and remind us of the greatness of God, the marvelous simplicity of his creation and the perfect moments he paints for our lives.

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12th Piece in the Disney® Dreams Collection
Fantasia

Walt Disney so famously reflected on his career and legacy "it was all started by a mouse", which indeed it did. From those simple beginnings in the classic cartoon Steamboat Willie, the "mouse" has grown to an iconic stature on the worldwide stage and clearly reached a very celebrated peak in the animated masterpiece Fantasia as the sorcerer's apprentice. Never before and truly never since has there been a more ambitious and successful fusion of high art, classical music and popular culture in film. Fantasia was a revolutionary film leaving an emotional, intellectual and spiritual impact on its viewer. It is from this lofty platform of visionary brilliance and excellence in artistic execution that the Thomas Kinkade Studios began its rendering of Fantasia.

Joining the flowers and fairies are many delightful characters from various segments of this Disney classic. Mickey stands in the center of it all orchestrating the sublime dance going on about him. One can almost hear the strings, brass and timber of Leopold Stokowski's Philadelphia Orchestra spring to life while viewing this masterwork of color, light and animated composition. Indeed, it may have all started with a mouse but in Fantasia it has never been more clear that this simple fellow of humble beginnings has become so much more. Fantasia as a film is transcendent, fully taking the mouse to the level of high culture. We at Thomas Kinkade Studios hope you will all agree that our interpretation of Fantasia is yet another extension of the film's tradition of exploring beauty through the purity of joyous artistic expression.

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Thomas Kinkade Studios' Latest Release
Fountain of Blessings

Throughout his life Thomas Kinkade captured certain basic truths through his work. In Garden of Prayer, he conceived of the act of worship as being compared to a garden. In Bridge of Faith, he portrayed faith as a journey that often inspires us to cross life's challenges.

In Fountain of Blessings, the bounty of God's blessing is displayed through an ancient stone fountain discovered in a quiet park Thom had explored. An abundance of color – pink and white dogwoods along with lush azaleas are seen lining the pathway. Reigning over it all is the majestic fountain itself – a stunning monument bubbling forth its life-giving waters. There an angel rests, symbolizing the blessings from God that await all of us who are willing to receive.

Our hope is that you too will stroll down this shaded pathway in your imagination, dare to hope—and discover your own fountain of blessing that comes from above.

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Robert Finale's Latest Memphis Masterpiece
Blues on Beale, Memphis TN

Dating back to the 1860's, traveling musicians performed on Beale Street to traders and merchants moving and selling their goods along the Mississippi River. As I walked this famed Memphis cobblestone street and the sun began to set, the night began to come to life. The neon lights started to glow, the smell of barbeque filled the air, and music began to spill into the street. I could hear the influence of legendary blues musicians like WC Handy, Louis Armstrong, Muddy Waters, Memphis Minnie, and BB King.

With the blending of gospel, jazz, and Mississippi Delta Blues a unique style of music was born on Beale St. that continues to influence musicians around the world today. I left Memphis knowing that Beale Street is the Home of the Blues and the Birthplace of Rock-n-Roll. — Robert Finale

12 x 16 S/N – $ 600 framed
12 x 16 A/P – $ 750 framed
18 x 24 S/N – $1150 framed
18 x 24 A/P – $1300 framed
24 x 30 S/N – $1450 framed
24 x 30 A/P – $1630 framed
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Blues on Beale, Memphis TN

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Eternal Springtime

Watch Nanette Kinkade's video for this painting.

Thom, as a routine, would carve out a few minutes in the day to find an outdoor venue filled with sunshine to read his Bible or a book. This "mini-vacation" would be a time of refreshment and reflection for him amidst a very busy schedule.

Eternal Springtime depicts the perfect place to recharge and disconnect from daily life — if only for ten minutes.

One cannot help but smell the sweet fragrance of the lilies or feel the warmth from the sun shining onto the weathered bench when viewing this piece. This is a serene resting place where peacefulness reigns and the hope that springtime signifies is painted into every stroke.

The scientific word for daylily is Hemerocallis, which is derived from two Greek words meaning "beauty" and "day". It isn't any surprise that Thom added a plethora of blooming daylilies in his painting. Each lily bloom only lasts one day, but each stalk holds many blossoms that will bloom each day for many weeks, providing beauty into the future. The hope of each new day made anew, is the allure found in Eternal Springtime.

Eternal Springtime was to become Thom's final painting as it was found resting on his well-worn easel. No doubt, he would be pleased in knowing that this piece might inspire you to carve out a few moments in your busy day to indulge in his vision of peacefulness, beauty, and serenity. Our hope is that this painting will serve as a reminder to you in finding a few moments of peace and reflection and that you may find refreshment upon viewing it just as Thom did while sitting in sunshine. — Nanette Kinkade

Note: A very limited edition of this painting, the Artist Easel Edition, will include a replication of Thom's easel with all his paint dabs, color mixes and the handwritten title above the painting itself.

This special edition is available in 24" x 36" size only for $7950. This offer features special board mounting and includes a premium studio easel.

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Another Robert Finale Masterpiece
Sunset Over Memphis

Sunset over Memphis, another Robert Finale masterpiece, brings back the glory and splendor of a grand evening spent on Old Man River. A nostalgic old Riverboat, "Miss Memphis", is cruising down the Mighty Mississippi with the evening sunset and the Memphis Bridge just behind her, an elegant plantation home on the river bank, and Huck Finn floating by on his raft. Sunset Over Memphis invites us all to remember the pleasures of a simpler time in life.

12" x 18"– starting at $700 framed
18" x 27"– starting at $1150 framed
24" x 36"– starting at $1640 framed
28" x 42"– $2,250 framed

The Original Oil painting is 24" x 36"
and is available for $14,000. SOLD

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Sunset Over Memphis

All pieces are personally hand-embellished by Robert Finale and edition sizes are extremely small on this piece!

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