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Autumn in New York
There is so much to love in New York’s Central Park that om would often spend hours alone there simply wandering about, sketching, lost in his thoughts and communing with God in nature. Feeding the spirit and filling the eye, the views of that grand city, fronted by the ora of the park, were absolutely perfect subjects for Thom’s work in oil and he would never end such an excursion without new ideas and passions to capture on canvas. “The colors and natural compositions of the place are sublime” he would say, and then recognize it as being crafted by both the talented landscapists who laid out Central Park’s design and by the hand of the Creator who clearly blessed this plot of land with a natural magnificence.
Bow Bridge is one such landmark in the park that excited Thom’s artistic sensibility. The gentle curve of the arch joining Cherry Hill to the Central Park Ramble, the magnificence of the New York skyline as the leaves change color, and the tranquility of the day boaters enjoying a chilly afternoon on the lake, all add to the romance of the scene and make it destined to become an instant Kinkade classic. Enjoy New York as you view this masterwork from the Thomas Kinkade Vault. You can almost smell the fall air, hear the wind in the trees, and see the light as it dances across the rippling water. Autumn in New York is the perfect piece for those who love New York and for any whose heart tells them to visit. From everyone involved with the Thomas Kinkade Company, we want to thank you all for sharing the light.
~ Patrick Kinkade
- Autumn in New York is the third release in the Seasons of New York Collection. The other two paintings in the series are Holiday in Central Park and Central Park in the Fall.
- Bow Bridge is a well known landmark in Central Park and is named for its graceful shape, reminiscent of the bow of an archer or violinist, and is one of New York’s most romantic settings. The Bow Bridge is a very popular spot for photographs because of its stunning backdrop.
- Central Park was a favorite location of Thomas Kinkade’s not only to paint, but also just to enjoy and wander for inspiration.
|Title||Autumn in New York|
|Subject Location||Central Park, New York|
|Collection||Seasons of New York III|
|Classification||Thomas Kinkade Vault|
18" x 27"
24” x 36”
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