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2718: GOV: Thomas Kinkade, Double Matted, Museum Framed

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2718: GOV: Thomas Kinkade, Double Matted, Museum Framed

Lot 2718 Details

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Thomas Kinkade Art
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Gov. File: A-00026

Thomas Kinkade, Double Matted, Museum Framed Calendar Print

 

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Artist Bio: Thomas Kinkade, born in 1958, grew up in a small quiet town in California named Placerville along the foothills of the Sierra Mountains. By age six, his interest in art was obviously growing at an impressive rate and by age sixteen he was already accomplished enough in oil painting to begin working as an apprentice to California painter Glen Wessels. (His mother always encouraged his work very much and would often hang up his pieces as decorations around their home.) His education included attendance at the University of California at Berkley and The Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. He then, at age twenty-two, began to work for the motion picture industry. He created over six hundred background pictures for the animated feature, Fire and Ice. He left the motion picture industry in 1983 in pursuit of Luminist landscape painting ventures. This left-handed artist has been internationally published for well over a decade with no evidence of slowing down in sight. It all started when he married his sweet heart, Nanette, in 1982. It was after that they began to seriously publish his work together. He is a devout Christian and dedicated father of four daughters: Merrit, Chandler, Winsor and Everett Christian born in 1997. He credits the Lord for his ability and for giving him inspiration to continue producing such high quality creations. His Christianity shines through in each piece with a magnificent glow. The demand for his work grows with each passing day. His rigorous six-day work schedule enables him to keep up with those who both collect and admire his capabilities. His work can be found in such reproductions as signed lithographs, inspirational books, calendars, cards, figurines, collectibles, canvas prints, posters, magazine covers, collector plates, computer software, Bible book covers and much more. more often than not, his work seems to become more easily found and available during the holidays due to its high appeal for gift giving. Because his subject matter derives from his own personal experiences and family memories, they are exceedingly popular among those in search of that type of nostalgia. His work can be found displayed prominently in both secular and religious retail environments. Today, Thomas Kinkade can be found devoting time to his craft, devoting time to his family, devoting time to religious activities, creating donations for charitable causes and speaking publicly at various events. When he has free time, Thomas Kinkade enjoys dedicating it to personal worship, reading and to traveling extensively with his wife and children he recently published a book illustrated with his work about his philosophies surrounding faith and the importance of family.
AssetA-00026
ArtistThomas Kinkade
DescriptionFramed Artwork
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2718: GOV: Thomas Kinkade, Double Matted, Museum Framed

Estimate $388 - $1,169
Feb 26, 2006
Starting Price $100
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2718: 2718: GOV: Thomas Kinkade, Double Matted, Museum Framed

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Lot 2718 Details

Description
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[removed]
Art Collection Liquidation!!
Thomas Kinkade Art
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
Gov. File: A-00026

Thomas Kinkade, Double Matted, Museum Framed Calendar Print

 

Click here to see Government Auction
"About the Company"

GovernmentAuction.com is proud to present a rare Artwork Investment Opportunity. This Artwork comes to us for immediate liquidation from many different entities. The condition and values may vary from lot to lot. We are not Artwork experts, so please bid accordingly. Please keep in mind the long term investment opportunity. It's a very good strategy to invest your money in different commodities such as Fine Artworks. Bid with confidence with GovernmentAuction.com. We are the Internet's largest Liquidator of Real Estate, Jewelry, Rare Coins, Gold Plated Records, and Fine Artwork.

ARTWORK PROFILE
Artist Bio: Thomas Kinkade, born in 1958, grew up in a small quiet town in California named Placerville along the foothills of the Sierra Mountains. By age six, his interest in art was obviously growing at an impressive rate and by age sixteen he was already accomplished enough in oil painting to begin working as an apprentice to California painter Glen Wessels. (His mother always encouraged his work very much and would often hang up his pieces as decorations around their home.) His education included attendance at the University of California at Berkley and The Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. He then, at age twenty-two, began to work for the motion picture industry. He created over six hundred background pictures for the animated feature, Fire and Ice. He left the motion picture industry in 1983 in pursuit of Luminist landscape painting ventures. This left-handed artist has been internationally published for well over a decade with no evidence of slowing down in sight. It all started when he married his sweet heart, Nanette, in 1982. It was after that they began to seriously publish his work together. He is a devout Christian and dedicated father of four daughters: Merrit, Chandler, Winsor and Everett Christian born in 1997. He credits the Lord for his ability and for giving him inspiration to continue producing such high quality creations. His Christianity shines through in each piece with a magnificent glow. The demand for his work grows with each passing day. His rigorous six-day work schedule enables him to keep up with those who both collect and admire his capabilities. His work can be found in such reproductions as signed lithographs, inspirational books, calendars, cards, figurines, collectibles, canvas prints, posters, magazine covers, collector plates, computer software, Bible book covers and much more. more often than not, his work seems to become more easily found and available during the holidays due to its high appeal for gift giving. Because his subject matter derives from his own personal experiences and family memories, they are exceedingly popular among those in search of that type of nostalgia. His work can be found displayed prominently in both secular and religious retail environments. Today, Thomas Kinkade can be found devoting time to his craft, devoting time to his family, devoting time to religious activities, creating donations for charitable causes and speaking publicly at various events. When he has free time, Thomas Kinkade enjoys dedicating it to personal worship, reading and to traveling extensively with his wife and children he recently published a book illustrated with his work about his philosophies surrounding faith and the importance of family.
AssetA-00026
ArtistThomas Kinkade
DescriptionFramed Artwork
Fee Explanations

The Fees for this Item are a $24.95 shipping charge for Domestic shipments within the US plus a 10% Buyer's Premium to cover listing expenses. International shipping incurrs a $54.95 shipping charge in addition to the 10% Buyer's Premium.

The Fees mentioned above are non-refundable if the item is returned except if the error is ours.

Payment InformationWe accept all major credit cards through PayPal, cashier checks, money orders, and Bank Wire Transfers for the payment of your winning bid.
Settlement Terms:If you're the Winning Bidder, please make a payment within 3 days after this auction has closed otherwise a Non paying bidder report will be filed. Non Performing Bidder Reports lead to suspension from this website and sent for collection.

 

PAYMENT & CONTACT INFORMATION

FIXED GROUNDSHIPPING PRICE:

DOMESTIC: $24.95
INTERNATIONAL: $54.95

Shipping is sent through an expedited service and should arrive withing 5-10 days for our Domestic (within the US) customers and withing 10-20 days for our international customers.

We accept all major credit cards though PayPal, cashier checks, money orders, and Bank Wire Transfers for the payment of your winning bid. Take advantage of this great opportunity offered by GovernmentAuction today.

EMAIL: INFO@GOVERNMENTAUCTION.COM

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