Boston Baseball theme for Thomas Kinkade March Releases



Fenway Park

Baseball is the common theme for Thomas Kinkade’s latest paintings. The two pictures are Fenway Park and Yawkey Way.

Yawkey Way is the first watercolour study to be offered as a Limited Edition print.

Thomas Kinkade says on Fenway Park:

Boston’s Fenway Park™ is an example of history in the making – it is one of the ultimate shrines of baseball. Fenway Park, the oldest Major League™ ballpark, opened in 1912. The towering Green Monster™ looms over a short left field.

I hope the final result captures the energy of the moment. Though there is nothing like being there in person, hopefully my Fenway Park can remind many baseball fans of the historic 2007 World Series™.

Yawkey WayThomas Kinkade says on Yawkey Way:

I set up my easel on the famous Yawkey Way, where a statue of the legendary Ted Williams greets Boston Red Sox™ fans getting a head start on game day festivities. Colorful booths selling t-shirts and memorabilia, banners strung across the street, and raucous taverns, establish a carnival atmosphere.

 Yawkey Way is the first watercolor study we’ve ever offered as a Limited Edition print.

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