Artist Thomas Kinkade--whose paintings featured bucolic, idealized landscapes and homespun visions fraught with cloyingly twee Christian themes, as though Rick Santorum's frothy dream of America spilled out of his well-lubed head and splattered on a canvas--has died at age 54. And the faux-art market world is one ego smaller.
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Thomas Kinkade, one of the most popular artists in America, has died at his Los Gatos, Calif., home at age 54. Kinkade, the self-described "painter of light," generated more than $100 million in yearly sales on paintings that showed... Read Post