** Thomas Kinkade **
Beacon of Hope
("Seaside Memories I")

Signed and Numbered Limited Edition

Beacon of Hope (Seaside Memories I) by Thomas Kinkade
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"I love lighthouses. The severe, uncompromising life of service lived by lonely lighthouse keepers possesses a special dignity. Poised between the last outcroppings of land and the vast expanse of the ocean, the lighthouse has become a profound symbol of human life, poised as it is between the transitory and the eternal."
- Thomas Kinkade

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~~ Seaside Memories Collection ~~
  • A Light in the Storm
  • The Light of Peace
  • Conquering the Storms
  • Clearing Storms
  • Victorian Light
  • Rock of Salvation
  • Beacon of Hope
  • Sea of Tranquility

Lighthouse Landmarks
  • Split Rock Light
  • Cape Hatteras Light
Life Values
  • Perseverance
  • Courage
Lights of Inspiration
  • Guiding Light
Single Release
  • Village Lighthouse
  • Serenity Cove

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 Hand signed by Thomas Kinkade 
at the back in his famous trademark signature so
 this artwork is DOUBLE SIGNED! 

 EXTRA Certificate Included 
Declaring Thomas Kinkade personally enhanced this painting

Seaside artworks are one of Thomas Kinkade's most popular subjects. The call of the ocean and crashing waves on rocky cliffs appeal to those who love the sea such as Navy sailors, Merchant Marines, Coast Guard, and anyone who has ever challenged the sea in a boat or ship.

Beacon of Hope ("Seaside Memories I")
Beacon of Hope is the first of seven paintings in Thomas Kinkade's very popular Seaside Memories series.

++++ Limited Edition FRAMED Signed and Numbered (S/N) CANVAS (Frame included! See below)

++++ Thom created this painting in 1994

++++ Hand Embellished Oil Highlighting This artwork is luminous and appears that the lights have been switched on in the lighthouse. This is also one of the artworks that change the time of day depending how much light you are shining on it. With medium light it looks like sunset, with more light it reflects back as if it is sunrise ~~ Pure magic! (At the time of purchase you will receive coaching on lighting with dimmer switch)


  • ++++ THOMAS KINKADE HAND SIGNED signature on front of canvas

  • ++++ THOMAS KINKADE ALSO HAND SIGNED back of canvas

++++ FRAMED in a Brandy with fluted roses Museum Quality Frame ~~ ready to hang!

++++ Brass Plaque with the legend "Beacon of Hope ~~ Thomas Kinkade"

++++ Certificate of Limitation and Authenticity included

++++ Extra Certificate that Thomas Kinkade personally enhanced this painting included

++++ Theme: Nautical, marine, Lighthouse, Sea, Breaking Waves, Sky, Trees, Small Boat in the horizon.

++++ About the Signed and Numbered Edition ~~

Signed and Numbered (S/N) Canvas
Standard Numbered and Signed & Numbered Canvas Lithograph Limits vary by release. Individually Hand Highlighted with oil paint. The artist's authorized security signature featuring DNA technology. Individually hand numbered. Corresponding Certificate of Authenticity.
Before May 1997 the Signed & Numbered and A/P,G/P and P/P were ALL personally hand signed by Thomas Kinkade.

+++++ And this is what Thomas Kinkade said about this work +++++
"The dramatic lighthouse begins my new print series entitled Seaside Memories; but in truth, the subject of Beacon of Hope is not memory, but faith.

The lighthouse, which guides ships around rocky shoals to a safe harbor, is a principal emblem of the spiritual life. And I'm very proud to say that my own paintings have been described as Beacons of hope.

So Beacon of Hope celebrates not only the longing for salvation, but the power of art to express that aspiration. The print, which is my first on the subject, is not a literal portrait; it is, instead, a product of my artist's imagination, containing the elements of an allegory of faith.

A small boat, barely visible on the horizon, rides heavy seas that surge and crash onto a rocky coast; the lighthouse beacon is its sole guide. The keeper's house is a safe haven against all storms - a charming cottage nestled near a flower laden trellis. And, of course, light -- radiant sunset and warm lamp glow -- bathes the rocks, erasing their sharp edges."

~~Thomas Kinkade

Beacon of Hope Lighthouse

The Beacon of Hope Lighthouse is typical in architecture to New England Lighthouses.

~~~ Maine is the Mecca Of New England Lighthouses There are more than 60 lights along Maine's craggy Down East peninsulas !

~~~ One of the most enchanting to view is "Whaleback Lighthouse" which is owned and operated by the town of Kittery, Maine. Sitting just offshore from Fort Foster, the light was positioned to protect the Portsmouth, NH harbor.

~~~ The tower was constructed in 1872 of unpainted granite blocks topped with a fourth-order lens. Today the light shines a revolving DCB-224 airport-style beacon. The keeper's quarters are integrated into the tower.

~~~ The "Beacon of Hope" is nearest in image to Cape Neddick Lighthouse.

~~~Built in 1879, Cape Neddick is the southernmost of all Maine's lighthouses It is also called Nubble Light, refering to the barran rocky island (the Nubble) on which it sits, just off shore. The 41 foot tower is constructed of cast iron plates lined with brick. Cape Neddick's fourth-order lens flashes red every six seconds, and is visible for 13 miles.

~~~Cape Neddick is an extremely windy point, and viciously cold 100 mph winds caused problems with the flow of oil to the lamp for many years, until electricity came to the Nubble in 1938.

~~Once dubbed the "Graveyard of the Atlantic" for its treacherous currents, shoals, and storms, this entire coastline has a wealth of history relating to shipwrecks, lighthouses, and the U.S. Lifesaving Service, Coastguard air rescue patrol, and search and rescue crews.

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