St Nicholas Circle Brushwork (Frame Choices)

St Nicholas Circle Brushwork (Frame Choices)
Brandy Frame Gold Frame Burl Frame


St Nicholas Circle Brushwork

Artist:  Thomas Kinkade

Image Size:   5" x 7"     Approximate Framed Size:  10.5"x 12.5" 

Artwork Notes:   "I began this painting in Norman Rockwell's famous studio near Arlington, Vermont.  Many charming New England cottages made their way into St. Nicholas Circle.  In this idyllic spot, time stands still and it's Christmas all year 'round." - Thomas Kinkade

The St. Nicholas Circle image is also available as a Classic, Gallery Wrapped Canvas and Mug.

Brushwork Description:  A Brushwork is the perfect fit for a small space that needs a little inspiration.  Each exquisite piece in the Brushworks Collection is a gracefully crafted version of Thomas Kinkade's most cherished paintings.  With all its detailed brushwork and ornate beauty, the textured pieces offer the viewer the feeling that they are indeed seeing an original creation.  Brushworks are open edition products which means there is no limit placed on the number of copies that will be made of this particular brushwork.  The image is reproduced on a premium canvas substrate on hardboard which is then framed in either Burl, Gold or Brandy. Each comes with an engraved brass nameplate and a certificate of authenticity.   Made in the USA.

Estimated Delivery:  This item usually ship in 5 to 7 business days.  Call the store at 252-453-2383, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, to arrange for faster delivery options.

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