Biltmore in the Fall by Thomas Kinkade Studios
This is an unframed Limited Edition stretched, canvas lithograph that has been hand embellished. You will want to consider ADDING a FRAME for your canvas.
Spring may bring a vibrancy of new colors after a long winter, but fall is where the majesty and bounty of nature exudes its most magnificent hues. Biltmore in the Fall, by Thomas Kinkade Studios, exemplifies this with a display of spectacular color surrounding theg randeur of the estate built by George W. Vanderbilt and completed in 1895. Originally encompassing 125,000 acres, the historic gardens and grounds envelop and enhance the golds, reds, oranges, purples, and browns that fall brings, and surrounds the magnificent home with a warm and inviting glow. Biltmore is a family-owned, world-class travel destination, centered on home, welcoming the families and friends who visit each year. Maintaining the elegance, hospitality, and traditions of the Vanderbilt family and providing visitors with a stunning place to escape and enjoy time together is central to the Biltmore mission. Thomas Kinkade Studios invites you to enjoy this art, which celebrates the magnificence of this historic estate – a beautiful getaway nestled in the mountains surrounding Asheville, North Carolina, with enchanting architecture, gardens, and landscapes meant to charm, inspire, and delight.
- Biltmore was built between 1889 and 1895 and was designed by the world-renown architect Richard Morris Hunt.
- Biltmore in the Fall, by Thomas Kinkade Studios, celebrates the 125th anniversary of the opening of Biltmore House.
- This Limited Edition Art is the third collaboration between Biltmore and Thomas Kinkade Studios. The first two paintings in the series are Elegant Evening at Biltmore® and Christmas at Biltmore®.
- Turkey, ducks, and other wildlife that can be seen on this stunning estate in the fall are portrayed in this painting. Can you find them all?
- George Vanderbilt first opened Biltmore House to friends and family on Christmas Eve, 1895. America’s Largest Home® included four acres of floor space under its massive slate roof, plus 35 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms, and 65 fireplaces. It also featured three kitchens, two electric elevators, and an indoor Winter Garden filled with exotic plants.
- Frederick Law Olmsted, known as the father of American landscape architecture and the creator of Central Park, was hired by Vanderbilt to design the historic gardens, grounds, and forest for the 125,000-acre estate.