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|THIS ARTWORK IS FOR THOSE WHO HAVE AN AFFINITY FOR THE 1930S AND 1940S. GO BACK IN TIME TO THAT ERA!|
Kincaid Kinkaid Kincade|
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New York Fifth 5th Avenue ("New York")
This is yet another of Thom's of New York artworks. Previous ones were named "New York, Central Park South at Sixth Avenue" and "New York, Snow On Seventh Avenue, 1932", Best seller, sold out "Light of Freedom" shows the Manhatten Skyline and Statue of Liberty. "Skating in the Park" displays Central park West, and other high rises overlooking Central Park.
++++ Limited Edition Signed and Numbered (S/N) Lithograph on Paper (UNFRAMED)
++++ Printed on Heavy Grade Anti-acid Archival Paper that will last for generations!
++++ Thom created this painting in 2003
++++ Image Size 18" x 27" not including white boarder around artwork (22" x 31" including white boarder)
++++ Certificate of Authenticity and Limitation included
++++ Theme ~~ New York's 5th Avenue,( going back in time) Vintage cars.
+++++ And this is what Thomas Kinkade said about this work +++++"Now, more than ever, New York is "America's City," a symbol of our indomitable spirit, our energy, our roots in a proud past, our confidence in the future. Is there any place in this fair land that better symbolizes the glamour and drama of American life than NEW YORK, FIFTH AVENUE?
New York is the most theatrical of American cities. As I assembled my sketches and impressions of historic New York City in my studio, it occurred to me that an artist is in the same position as a theatrical director. Like a director, I can assemble stage settings that combine reality and imagination to evoke the mood, the feelings, the special character I hope to convey. That's just what I've done in NEW YORK, FIFTH AVENUE.
Here is the Plaza Hotel and the great historic buildings of Fifth Avenue; here the lavish foliage of Central Park. Looming over all is the magnificent guard of the Empire State Building, which stands as a prideful symbol of the commercial might of this great city. I've intentionally made this a timeless image of New York, as two-wheeled hansom cabs and classic American automobiles patrol the busy streets.
The essence of the great city, as the essence of the country it so nobly represents, remains the same throughout decades past and into the future."
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