** Thomas Kinkade **
Hyde Street and The Bay, San Francisco
("San Francisco VII")

 20" x 16" FRAMED CANVAS 
Classic Edition

Hyde Street and The Bay, San Francisco (San Francisco VII) by Thomas Kinkade
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This one is for those who collect San Francisco Scenes!
  • For those who fell in love with San Francisco
  • For those who got married, or had their honeymoon in San Francisco
  • For those who left their heart in San Francisco


SAN FRANCISCO PAINTINGS BY THOMAS KINKADE

  • Golden Gate Bridge
  • Fisherman's Wharf
  • Lombard St
  • Powell Street
  • City by the Bay
  • Market Street
  • California Street
  • Hyde Street and the Bay
  • Heart of San Francisco
  • AT&T Park SF Giants


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Hyde Street and The Bay, San Francisco ("San Francisco VII")
Hyde Street and The Bay, San Francisco is the seventh painting in Thomas Kinkade's popular San Francisco series.
Thom lives in what is loosely called the "Bay area" about 1/2 hour from San Francisco.

++++ A Thomas Kinkade FRAMED Classic CANVAS (Frame included! See below)


Here is a statement from the publisher about the Classic Canvas Edition
  • An Affordable Luxury!
  • The most hard-to-find of Thomas Kinkade's best-known and best-loved images Genuine, authorized reproductions on canvas
  • Sized for decorating flexibility
  • The perfect alternative to the sold-out limited editions
  • Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity guaranteeing that your Classic is "Genuine Kinkade" and recreates the original painting to the artist's own specifications.
  • A brass plaque (golden in Color) is attached to the front naming the painting and artist.
  • Presented in a museum quality frame designed to coordinate with the most popular frame styles in the Thomas Kinkade Limited Edition canvas collection

Canvas classics are NOT Hand OR DNA Matrix signed and numbered (that is partly why the price is more affordable.....) but they are fabulous to look at ....

++++   20" x 16" CANVAS Framed in your choice of approx 26" x 22"  Antique Gold or Brandy with fluted roses Museum Quality Frame ~~ ready to hang!
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++++ Classics are mounted on artist board

++++ Brass Plaque with the legend "Hyde Street and The Bay, San Francisco ~~ Thomas Kinkade"

++++ Signed with a Authorized Logo Signature

++++ Certificate of Authenticity included

++++ Theme Hyde Street, San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Island

+++++ And this is what Thomas Kinkade said about this work +++++
"For me, San Francisco is a city of delightful memory. When I, a small-town boy, first visited the City-by-the-Bay with my dad, I was awakened to the excitement of city life. I have been an admirer of urban communities ever since. And images from that first visit have been a source of continuing pleasure.

How well I remember riding the Powell Street cable car all those years ago, rounding a corner, and first glimpsing the magnificent panorama of the bay as the track plunged down Hyde Street toward the end of the line. There, at the turn-around, was the bustle of street life - performers and musicians gathered to entertain the waiting riders. I remember the famous Ghiradelli Chocolate sign, the vibrant activity on Fisherman's Wharf, the dramatic presence of distant Alcatraz Island. But most of all, I remember the vast expanse of the bay in all its glory.

My Hyde Street and the Bay, San Francisco heightens the nostalgic sense of fond memory by placing vintage cars on the street and historic ships at anchor in the bay. The bustling energy of San Francisco seemed alive to me as I worked on Hyde Street and the Bay, San Francisco. I could almost sense a brisk breeze blowing up from the bay, a subtle taste of salt air, and the enchanting clang of the cable cars as they made their ponderous way up Hyde Street hill."

~~Thomas Kinkade

Early Cable Car History

~~~The driving force behind the San Francisco cable car system came from a man who witnessed a horrible accident on a typically damp summer day in 1869. Andrew Smith Hallidie saw a horse- drawn streetcar slid backwards under its heavy load~~The steep slope with wet cobblestones and a heavily weighted vehicle combined to dragged five horses to their deaths.

Hallidie had been born in England and moved to the U.S. in 1852. His father filed the first patent in Great Britain for the manufacture of wire- rope. As a young man, Hallidie found uses for this technology in California's Gold Country. He used the wire-rope when designing and building a suspension bridge across Sacramento's American River. He also found another use for the wire-rope when pulling heavy ore cars out of the underground mines on tracks. The technology was in place for pulling cable cars.

~~Hallidie had been born in England and moved to the U.S. in 1852. His father filed the first patent in Great Britain for the manufacture of wire- rope. As a young man, Hallidie found uses for this technology in California's Gold Country. He used the wire-rope when designing and building a suspension bridge across Sacramento's American River. He also found another use for the wire-rope when pulling heavy ore cars out of the underground mines on tracks. The technology was in place for pulling cable cars.

San Francisco Transport
~~~For years, San Francisco has been collecting old trolley cars from various cities throughout the world, under the auspices of the Market Street Railway. Previously brought out only during the summer and on special occasions, these historic vehicles now have their own line, the F-Castro line, which stretches from the Castro District, down Market Street, along the Embarcadero and ending up near Fisherman's Wharf.

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