William Thomas Kinkade III (January 19, 1958 – April 6, 2012) was an American painter of popular realistic, pastoral, and idyllic subjects. He is notable for the mass marketing of his work as printed reproductions and other licensed products via the Thomas Kinkade Company. He characterized himself as "Thomas Kinkade, ...
Apr 6, 2017 ... It has been five years since the death of "Painter of Light" Thomas Kinkade in his Monte Sereno mansion launched months of intrigue and antagonism.
NANETTE KINKADE. President Nanette is an RN with a bachelor's degree in Nursing and serves on the advisory board for the Thomas Kinkade Company. Nanette and Thomas Kinkade were childhood sweethearts and were married for 30 years. She could not be happier working with her daughters every day to continue ...
In effort to continue the work and vision that Thomas had during his lifetime, The Thomas Kinkade Company is happy to announce a partnership with The Kinkade Family Foundation. Together with The Kinkade Family Foundation, we are dedicated to supporting the arts and creative process, pursuing humanitarian works, ...
The woman who was living with Thomas Kinkade when he died has laid claim to the former family home in Monte Sereno, Calif. that she occupied during her 18- month relationship with Kinkade, $10 million in cash and a hand in the artist's legacy. You can read the full story here.
The Thomas Kinkade Company - The official website for the art of Thomas Kinkade, the Painter of Light™. Featuring authentic Limited Edition Paintings, Home Decor, Gifts and Collectibles.
Jul 1, 2012 ... SAN JOSE — Thomas Kinkade, Painter of Light™, spent his last two years legally separated from his wife of nearly three decades and struggling with alcoholism. Now, the $60-million-plus estate of America's most collected artist — master of the prayer garden and the glowing cottage — is at the center of a ...
Jul 2, 2012 ... At the center of the dispute were handwritten notes that Thomas Kinkade's girlfriend, Amy Pinto-Walsh (pictured) claimed entitle her to his mansion in Monte Sereno and $10 million to establish a museum of his paintings.
May 9, 2012 ... On Tuesday, the coroner's office in Santa Clara, California, announced that the death of Thomas Kinkade, the Painter of Light™, purveyor of kitsch prints to the masses, was caused by an accidental overdose of alcohol and Valium. For good measure, a legal scrap has emerged between Kinkade's ex-wife ...