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From a prolific artistic lifetime of painting, we are excited to introduce "Away From It All" one of Thomas Kinkade's last completed pieces of work. While this was one of the last images Thom painted, it is the first image to be released in a series of wondrous outdoor vistas in the Away From It All Collection. In this, we see how Thom was indelibly influenced as a child by the majestic views of the Sierra-Nevada mountain range as he beautifully captured the grandeur of the great outdoors.

Thomas Kinkade - Meadowood Cottage 1996

Thomas Kinkade This picture is on the front cover of the Thomas Kinkade Reflections Bible I have.

Thomas Kinkade Christmas by Mailbox Happiness-Angee at Postcrossing, via Flickr

Thomas Kinkade - Brussels 1995

Rose Gate by Thomas Kinkade --- In the first of a trio of coordinated paintings in honor of my beautiful baby, Winsor, we enter through the floral opulence of Rose Gate. Two ancient stone columns guard the entrance; a weathered copper plaque bears the crest of the manor, an interlocking "W & M." — Thomas Kinkade

New York Central Park South at Sixth Ave ~ Thomas Kinkade

Thomas Kinkade - Chartres 1995 (My God he painted every church, didn't he...)

Autumn At Ashley's Cottage by Thomas Kinkade Aren't Cottages always so quaint? Love 'em!

The Garden of Hope by Thomas Kinkade. Hope is the great gift of a loving God. In The Garden of Hope, second in my Gardens of Light collection, I celebrate the bountiful blessing that is a hopeful spirit. Radiance bathes a garden in the woods, pouring down in a flood of light upon an ancient stone urn that is a vessel of hope. T. K.

Sweetheart Gazebo [2002] ©Thomas Kinkade "For me, "Sweetheart Gazebo" is a modest palace of love. At once intimate and expansive, private and open, this most romantic shelter presents an image of the dual nature of love. Like the gazebo, love is private, comfortable, comforting; at the same time, love embraces the world and opens to its beauties."

Thomas Kinkade - I love his winter scenes