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Introducing "Remember Me" from the Thomas Kinkade Vault  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.  Thomas Kincade   Inspirational art Remember Me

Remember Me – Limited Edition Art

Introducing "Remember Me" from the Thomas Kinkade Vault 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. Thomas Kincade Inspirational art Remember Me

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thomas kinkade gallery | Thomas Kinkade - Limited Edition Prints - Inspirational Art

Main Street Trolley by Thomas Kinkade  June 1995

Main Street Trolley – Limited Edition Art

The Village Inn - 1993 - Thomas Kinkade.  "Nanette and I are delighted to see intimate bed and breakfast inns becoming so popular in our own country, each with its own distinctive character. The Village Inn is my dream of an intimate, utterly charming bed and breakfast."  --Thomas Kinkade

The Village Inn - 1993 - Thomas Kinkade. "Nanette and I are delighted to see intimate bed and breakfast inns becoming so popular in our own country, each with its own distinctive character. The Village Inn is my dream of an intimate, utterly charming bed and breakfast." --Thomas Kinkade

Thomas Kinkade Inspiration Art Gallery - Memphis Tennessee - Sold Out Limited Edition Paintings

Thomas Kinkade Inspiration Art Gallery - Memphis Tennessee - Sold Out Limited Edition Paintings

When Thomas Kinkade painted "Silent Night" in 1992, he was inspired by the classic Christmas song of the same name, creating art that evoked an image of a quiet village awaiting the birth of Jesus Christ. In his own words, he wanted to highlight "the message of hope and peace that is the true meaning of Christmas as illustrated in the Savior's birth".

Silent Night

When Thomas Kinkade painted "Silent Night" in 1992, he was inspired by the classic Christmas song of the same name, creating art that evoked an image of a quiet village awaiting the birth of Jesus Christ. In his own words, he wanted to highlight "the message of hope and peace that is the true meaning of Christmas as illustrated in the Savior's birth".

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