'Rosebud Cottage’ by Thomas Kinkade Now Available on World-Wide-Art.com

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Well known art gallery and custom conservation framing company World Wide Art, Inc. is pleased to announce the availability of Thomas Kinkade’s “Rosebud Cottage.” After more than two years, the artist has once again created an inspiring masterpiece complementing his amazing cottage collection.

Rosebud Cottage - Thomas Kinkade - World-Wide-Art.com

Rosebud Cottage - Thomas Kinkade - World-Wide-Art.com

Thomas Kinkade, the “Painter of Light,” is known for his hallmark ability to perfectly capture light with glowing, realistic highlights in his works. Kinkade also has the distinction of being known as America’s most collected living artist.

Well known art gallery and custom conservation framing company World Wide Art, Inc. is pleased to announce the availability of Thomas Kinkade’s “Rosebud Cottage.” After more than two years, the artist has once again created an inspiring masterpiece complementing his amazing cottage collection.

Thomas Kinkade, the “Painter of Light,” is known for his hallmark ability to perfectly capture light with glowing, realistic highlights in his works. Kinkade also has the distinction of being known as America’s most collected living artist.

“We are thrilled to offer this great cottage collection piece of Kinkade’s at World Wide Art,” said David Wilfong, spokesperson for the company. “This is certainly a classic piece by Kinkade and is sure to be a fan favorite across the country.”

The artist draws his inspiration from local, ordinary sights that most people can easily relate to. Picturesque gardens, streams, stone cottages and main streets are frequent subjects of some of his most loved works. However, rather than merely focusing on the technical details of capturing the setting he observes, Kinkade takes great care to preserve the spirit and the emotion of the moment. This effort is masterfully demonstrated in “Rosebud Cottage.”

The subject of the painting is an idyllic home nestled into the English countryside that is bursting with heaps of flowering pants and winding vines. The cottage is nearly camouflaged amidst the floral setting, as the colors of the quaint residence perfectly complement and blend with the flowers that surround it. A romantic pink and light blue sky conveys an air of intimacy and peacefulness to the viewer.

Inspired by an actual cottage that Kinkade encountered while visiting a friend in England, “Rosebud Cottage” reminds one of the simple pleasure of being at home, as well as the breathtaking beauty of a sunset in a lush spring.

“There’s a reason why Kinkade is America’s most collected living artist. It’s due mostly to the fact that he can really capture the mood and spirit of any landscape in his works,” Wilfong said. “It’s just one of those pieces that you cannot help but to admire and cherish.”

World-Wide-Art.com is pleased to offer the Renaissance Edition of “Rosebud Cottage,” which has been created with a textured brushstroke process recreating the artist’s actual brushwork, and then enhanced in oil by a master highlighter. Each Renaissance Edition is approved and personally hand signed by Thomas Kinkade himself.

In addition to Kinkade’s "Rosebud Cottage" painting, World Wide Art offers countless other new releases, limited editions and honored collections by today's top artists. For more information and to browse the company’s selection, visit http://www.world-wide-art.com.

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