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Paris, Eiffel Tower

In my Paris, Eiffel Tower, I attempted to go beyond the topographical details of the setting and into its heart and mood to achieve my artistic goals. Bridges and buildings were moved and adjusted, colors and lights were enhanced to capture all the delights of Paris.

  • In an ongoing tribute to his wife Nanette, Thomas Kinkade has hidden a few N’s along the bridge in Paris, Eiffel Tower. The bridge’s N’s are really for Napoleon – but in Thom’s world – the N’s are for Nanette.
  • Claude Monet is painting on his boat in the center of the river, while Thom himself is sitting on the edge of the river also painting the marvelous scene spread out before them in Paris, Eiffel Tower. You will also see the nuclear submarine coming up the middle of the river – some say to sink Claude Monet’s boat.
  • There are two different scenes of Paris in Paris, Eiffel Tower. First, it illustrates our busy modern-day lifestyles with the cars on the bridge and Thom painting on the right. But it also illustrates a timeless past with Claude Monet in his infamous 1800’s floating studio boat, the people’s attire, and the most recognized Paris monument – the Eiffel Tower.
Title Paris, Eiffel Tower
Published May 1994
Subject Location Eiffel Tower in Paris, France
Collection City of Lights II

Image Size

18" x 27"

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