Spring Meadows by Robert Girrard – a brush name used by Thomas Kinkade
Stretched canvas available in multiple Editions. Hand-Embellished.
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.
Robert Girrard, an early brush name for Thomas Kinkade, was a romantic impressionist whose subjects are exquisite in nature, applying his sophisticated use of unique color combinations yielding a soft, atmospheric effect to each canvas. The Girrard Style was influenced by early impressionistic art.
Spring has arrived in the Italian countryside. Flowers bloom in abundance as new life emerges from nature. Spring Meadow, painted by Thomas Kinkade in the style of the great Impressionists, reminds us of the new beginnings that always arrive after the winters of our lives, bringing hope and the possibilities of a new future.