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Now found only in private collections
and is only occasionally available on the secondary market.
Sunset on Lamplight Lane (Lamplight Lane VII)
This is the seventh and final painting in Thomas Kinkade's popular Lamplight Lane series.
Sunset on Lamplight Lane features a quaint, imaginary English village lit with inviting lampposts, clustered around gentle brook Windermere.
Sunset on Lamplight Lane was painted in honor of Merritt Kinkade, Thom's oldest
daughter, who will graduate from high school in 2006.
The first painting in the series, Lamplight Lane, was released in 1993 when
Merritt was just five years old. Merritt Kinkade's name may be found on the
small rowing skiff featured in the foreground. The setting sun in this
final image symbolizes the close of what has been one of the most popular
series of images in Thom's career. There are 15 N's hidden in Sunset on
Lamplight Lane, in honor of Thom's beloved wife Nanette.
++++ Limited Edition FRAMED Artist Proof (A/P) CANVAS
(Frame included! See below)
++++Tom released this painting in 2006.
++++ Rare! Edition Limited to only 300 in the world!
++++ Hand Embellished Oil Highlighting
The painting literally glows.
This is also one of the paintings that change the time of day depending
how much light you are shining on it. With medium light it looks like sunset,
with more light it reflects back as if it is sunrise ~~ Pure magic! (At the time
of purchase you will receive coaching on lighting with dimmer switch)
++++ Signed with a forgery-proof DNA Matrix signature
++++ FRAMED in a Brandy with fluted roses Museum Quality Frame ~~ ready to hang!
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++++ Brass Plaque with the legend
"Sunset on Lamplight Lane ~~ Thomas Kinkade"
++++ Certificate of Authenticity and Limitation included
++++ Theme: British village, (South of England) bridge over stream
++++ About the Artist Proof Edition ~~
Artist Proofs (A/P)
The Artist Proof Edition is available only through
Premier Dealers and above, and is issued in very small editions. A/P's are
designated with the letters A/P during the numbering process.