Thomas Kinkade Christmas
A Christmas Welcome by Thomas Kinkade Many elements of an earlier and simpler time survived in my boyhood hometown. Rustic scenes like A Christmas Welcome, where horses wait patiently at a split rail fence while their riders enjoy holiday festivities in a rustic stone cottage, are treasured memories. This painting is the seventh in my decade-long Christmas Cottage collection. — Thomas Kinkade
Gingerbread Cottage  ©Thomas Kinkade "Gingerbread Cottage is based on a real 19th Century house I discovered in Southern England. The whimsical structure with its brick, stone, wood filigree, shingle siding, awnings, dormers, and spires, revels in a spirit of romantic excess. Here is the fairy tale charm of Hansel and Gretel's Gingerbread Cottage brought to life. The front garden is a riot of rainbow colors with lavish flowers dancing in the evening breeze."
Stonehearth Hutch by Thomas Kinkade The symbols of the Christmas season speak to us so clearly. In my Stonehearth Hutch, wreath and tree signal that this sunset heralds Christmas Eve. The lone, rough-hewn cottage represents the rock of faith. Outside is only the solitude of the woods-with no carriage track or footprint to hint at human comfort. But inside is a golden light suggesting the hope of Christmas. — Thomas Kinkade
Silent Night- Thomas Kinkade 1992 "I was so taken with the simple message of the classic Christmas carol, Silent Night, with its images of sleeping villages and the coming of the Christ child, that I decided to give the annual Christmas release the same title and evoke a bit of the song's mood. I hope this image will remind each of us of the message of hope and peace that is the true meaning of Christmas as illustrated in the Savior's birth." — Thomas Kinkade