In the underworld of art, $90.3 million is the highest price ever paid for a piece by a living artist. However, in the opinion of billions, “Pool” ain’t worth a red cent or a pinch of snuff.
Are Thomas Kinkade paintings expensive?
American Visions Gallery on Sutter Street in old Folsom is one of the few local galleries certified ot buy, sell and assess Thomas Kinkade paintings. One painting in particular, The Garden Of Prayer, could be going for anywhere from $3,200 to $5,100.
Are Thomas Kinkade paintings a good investment?
There has been a slight increase in some original Kinkade painting prices since his death — one consignor marked up an original by $40,000 — but it’s not expected to carry over to the prints. The Street put Kinkade works on its list of “Completely Worthless Collectibles.”
Are Kinkade prints worth anything?
It looks great. It’s worth very little. I fear people think their Kinkade prints are worth something, at least what they paid for them. I have read stories about some of the more expensive prints, now out of gallery circulation, appreciating.
Why do people hate Thomas Kinkade so much?
According to the authors, a possible explanation for the decrease in liking of the Kinkade pieces induced by repeated exposure is the low artistic value of the works. Seeing the paintings more might enable the students to see what is bad about them. Thus, exposure does not work independently of artistic value.
What did Thomas Kinkade hide in his paintings?
Kinkade hid the letter ‘N’ seven times in the painting as a tribute to his wife, Nanette, and if you look closely, you might spot a visitor in the distance approaching the gate.
Which Disney paintings did Thomas Kinkade paint?
- “New Day at the Cinderella Castle”
- Thomas Kinkade at work in his studio.
- “The Lion King”
- “The Little Mermaid”
- “Beauty and the Beast Falling in Love”
- “Sleeping Beauty”
- “Tinker Bell and Peter Pan Fly to Neverland”
- “The Princess and the Frog”
Stairway to Paradise by Thomas Kinkade – YouTube
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