Gazing by Robert Girrard – a brush name used by Thomas Kinkade
Hand-Embellished stretched canvas available in multiple editions.
This artwork is UNFRAMED canvas. Please select your Frame Choice separately.
By using the Girrard brush name, Thomas Kinkade achieved absolute artistic freedom. This freedom led to a joyful experimentation that resulted in numerous breakthroughs and advances in Kinkade’s artistic techniques and talents.
Gazing takes us to just such an exquisite French vista as inspired the original Impressionists. A lithe, graceful young lady, dressed in white and wearing a bonnet, gazes out across a glittering lake toward a distant village. She stands under a single, slender tree, entirely absorbed in the scene that captures her gaze. The mood is one of breathless anticipation. It is not only the girl who holds her breath in order to enter into the perfect tranquility of the moment; it is us as well. As she gazes at far horizons, we, in turn, gaze at her, hoping to join in her beautiful world.