Thomas Kinkade "The Painter of Light" Original Mixed Media on Artist Board. This incredible work depicts a Native American camp in the early hours of the morning.
Breakfast is on the fire as the day begins. The camp is surrounded by beautiful mountains. This is a great western scene, brilliantly portrayed by a young Thomas Kinkade at age 23. At this time, Thom was working with James Gurney on their book, The Artist's Guide to Sketching.
They were both creating backgrounds for a animated feature film, Fire and Ice. Thom uses the same stamp on the reverse of this work that he used to identify his work in Hollywood. Title: "Morning at Mountain Camp". Medium: Oil / Acrylic / Gouache on Artist Board.
Painting Size: 10 X 14 inches. Framed Size: 20.5 x 16.5 inches. (William Thomas) Kinkade with Fish Cipher.Also is stamped on the reverse with Kinkade's stamp that he used during this era of his career which reads: W. Included is a letter of Authenticity and Valuation of 20,000.00 from the Kinkade National Archive (see the last photo posted).
Also included is a statement from The Kinkade Family Foundation which states that Nannette Kinkade asserts her belief that this painting is by her late husband, Thomas Kinkade. Framed in a hand carved 23K gold leaf frame by Freelance Gilting Carmel, CA.
We have added a 23 K Gold Leaf Name Plate. As an artist, Kinkade is famous for the luminescent light that he demonstrated in his paintings of cottages, churches, and gardens.
However, the art world is now considering his early work of the American West and his landscapes as some of his best and most. The last photo we posted shows Kinkade painting a Native American scene during his early twenties. This beautiful painting is an masterpiece and represents great care and attention by the artist, Thomas Kinkade.Retail Kinkade affiliated galleries would be asking several times what we are for this piece. This is your chance to add an authentic original Kinkade painting to your collection. We accept credit cards through Pay Pal or a cashier's check. Personal checks also accepted but require time to clear the bank.
If you are looking for an original, one of a kind, Kinkade, this is the place to look. We currently have several Original oil paintings by Thomas Kinkade.
Was born in 1958 and grew up in the foothills of the Sierra Mountains. From the age of four, his calling as an artist was evident, and by 16 he was an accomplished painter in oil under the apprenticeship of the well-known artist Glen Wessels. After studies at the University of California at Berkeley, and Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, Kinkade began work for the motion picture industry at age 22. He personally created over 600 background paintings for the animated feature film, Fire and Ice.
This intensive period of work for the movie business may well have been the genesis of Kinkade's mastery of pictorial lighting effects. In 1983, Thomas Kinkade left the film industry to pursue his vision as painter of light-filled landscapes.
Since then his career has been documented in feature articles and/or editorial exposure in such well-known magazines Architectural Digest, American Artist, Collector's Mart Magazine, Collector Editions, Lively Arts and Leisure, Worldwide Challenge, US Art, Southwest Art, and Weekend. He is a regular guest on radio talk shows and and has made a guest appearance on ABC's popular network show, "Home", starring Gary Collins. Kinkade's impressive list of honors includes: two Certificates of Merit from the New York Society of Illustrators, two Founder's Awards from the National Parks Academy for the Arts (the first artist ever to receive this award twice), a two-man show at the C. Russell Museum in Great Falls, Montana, over 10 one-man shows, and countless personal appearances.Furthermore, Kinkade was chosen as the official artist for the 1989 National Park's Collector's Print and the 1990 Commemorative Press Collector's Print honoring Rotary International. Also in 1991 he won "Plate of the Show" in Southbend, Best New Artist of The Year for NALED in 1992, Collector "Award of Excellence" in 1993 and Lithograph of the year for NALED was named second runner-up for Lithograph of the year for NALED and first runner-up for Artist of the Year. He was also chosen to be the official artist for the lighting of the National Christmas Tree at the White House and was the appointed artist for the Olympics. Mr Kinkade died on April 7, 2012. The item "THOMAS KINKADE ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING MORNING AT MOUNTAIN CAMP Native American" is in sale since Friday, March 1, 2019.
This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "printsofpeace" and is located in Fort Mill, South Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.