** Thomas Kinkade **
Fenway Park

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Fenway Park by Thomas Kinkade
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Fenway Park
Thom has incorporated a total of sixteen N’s in Fenway Park, as a symbol of love for his wife, Nanette.

++++ Limited Edition FRAMED Artist Proof (A/P) CANVAS (Frame included! See below)

++++ Tom created this painting in 2008

++++ Rare! Edition Limited to only 400 in the world!

++++ Hand Embellished Oil Highlighting The painting literally glows. This is also one of the paintings 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)

++++ Signed with a forgery-proof DNA Matrix signature

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

++++ Brass Plaque with the legend "Fenway Park ~~ Thomas Kinkade"

++++ Certificate of Limitation and Authenticity included

++++ About the Artist Proof Edition ~~

Artist Proofs (A/P)
The Artist Proof Edition is available only through Premier Dealers and above, and is issued in very small editions. A/P's are designated with the letters A/P during the numbering process and the canvas lithograph has a backstamp identifying it as an Artist Proof.

+++++ And this is what Thomas Kinkade said about this work +++++
"As a classic medium, painting has given me the chance to celebrate classics of american culture. I've painted the fabled mansion of Elvis Presley, the towers of the Brooklyn Bridge and the skyline of San Francisco. I've even set up my easel in theme parks and palaces of American sports in my search to commemorate bits of history. Boston's Fenway Park is an example of history in the making - it is one of the ultimate shrines of baseball.

Fenway Park, the oldest Major League ballpark, opened in 1912. The towering Green Monster wall looms over a short left field; Pesky Pole in right field yields the shortest homers in the majors. A lone red seat in right field marks the landing place of Ted Williams’ mighty 1946 shot.

I brought my watercolors to the park for the clinching Game 7 of the 2007 ALCS. Returning to California, I translated the original study into a colorful suggestion of energy and detail. Then with layer upon delicate layer I built up the painting. First acrylic to add texture and toning, then transparent glazes of oil color followed by broad impasto strokes.

I hope the final result captures the energy of the moment. Though there is nothing like being there in person, hopefully my Fenway Park can remind many baseball fans of the historic 2007 World Series."

~~Thomas Kinkade

Fenway Park hosted its first professional baseball game the day it opened on April 20, 1912. The Red Sox defeated the New York Highlanders (later named the Yankees) 7-6 in 11 innings before 27,000 fans. Tris Speaker drove in the winning run. Fenway Park was actually due to open two days earlier, on April 18; however, there were two postponements due to rain. The opening of Fenway Park was pushed off the front pages of Boston newspapers by news of the Titanic sinking.

The team's owner, a Civil War veteran and Boston Globe owner, General Charles Henry Taylor, bought the team for his son John I. Taylor in 1904. In 1907,owner Taylor changed the club's name from the Pilgrims to the Red Sox. In 1910, tired of the leasing arrangement for the Huntington Avenue Grounds, Taylor made a big announcement: he would build a new ballpark for his Red Sox. Taylor dubbed the new ballpark Fenway Park because of its location in the Fenway section of Boston.

Fenway Park measures 310 feet down the left field line: 379 feet in left center field; 390 feet in center field; 420 feet in deep center field; 380 feet in deep right field; and 302 feet down the right field line. Its peculiar dimensions were not intended to provide a tempting target for home run hitters, but to keep nonpaying customers out of the park.

Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, resounds with the echoes of great baseball players: Cy Young, Babe Ruth, Jimmy Collins, Duffy Lewis, Tris Speaker, Harry Hooper, Joe Cronin, Bobby Doerr, Johnny Pesky, Ted Williams, Jimmie Foxx, Carlton Fisk, Jim Rice and Carl Yastrzemski, to name just a few.

The biggest baseball crowd ever at Fenway was 47,627 for a Yankees doubleheader on September 22, 1935. Those crowds will never be equaled under Fenway's current dimensions. After World War II, more stringent fire laws and league rules prohibited the overcrowding that was so common in the 1930s. The current capacity of Fenway Park is 36,108 for night games and 35,692 for day games.

Fenway Park has one of the last hand-operated scoreboards in the Major Leagues in the left field wall. Green and red lights are used to signal balls, strikes, and outs. Each scoreboard number used to indicate runs and hits measures 16 inches by 16 inches and weighs three pounds. The numbers used for errors, innings, and pitcher's numbers measure 12 inches by 16 inches, and weigh two pounds each.

Thomas Kinkade is invited to more and more national events to commemorate incidents and monuments. In 2002 he was commissioned to paint "Olympic Mountain Evening" and the World Series 2002 baseball (Anaheim Angels and San Francisco Giants.)

Then Disneyland asked him to commemorate their 50th Birthday with a "Disneyland 50th Anniversary" Disneyland painting in 2005.

Elvis Presley Enterprises asked him to commemorate the 50th Birthday of "Graceland" earlier in 2007 as "Graceland" was acquired by Elvis 50 years ago.

Thomas Kinkade is a modern day Leonardo da Vinci and is the world's most collected Artist.

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