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See Thomas Kinkade’s Disney Collection of Narrative Panorama Art

Thomas Kinkade’s narrative panorama style of Disney art continues with the addition of three 2016 renderings.

The Thomas Kinkade company continues to delight Disney fans with its Disney-inspired narrative panorama art collection with renderings of two of Disney’s animated classic movies and a Mickey & Minnie one that were painted and published this year (so far).  As with the narrative panorama renderings that were painted by Kinkade himself, these new ones are just as beautiful and inspiring.

Alice in Wonderland


Alice in Wonderland as illustrated by John Tenniel was exquisitely detailed in the book, while the Disney film was a modernist style with a highly saturated color palette. The Thomas Kinkade Studios painting of Alice in Wonderlandcaptures all the great Disney characters. The hurried White Rabbit, the enigmatic Caterpillar, the lunatic Mad Hatter, the nonsensical Tweedledee and Tweedledum all play a part in the world down the hole. There is also Alice, viewing it all with a child’s innocence and relating to it in a way that brings out the wonderment in all of us. It is with a great deal of pride that we present the Thomas Kinkade Studios painting Alice in Wonderland inspired by the literary genius of Lewis Carroll and animated mastery of Walt Disney.



Disney Dumbo by Thomas Kinkade Studios portrays the happiness and pride that his circus friends feel for Dumboas he soars above the crowd. This painting captures Dumbo’s shining moment, reminding us, as Timothy tells him, “The very things that held you down are going to carry you up and up and up!”

Cinderella (2015)

Even the live-action Cinderella movie that was released in theaters in 2015 was illustrated through four renderings in 2015, two of which can be seen below:

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We at the Thomas Kinkade Studios are excited to continue in this storytelling tradition, bringing to life the latest Disney retelling of this classic story in the form of four paintings; each capturing in oil the joy of first love, the wonderment of fairy magic and the excitement of romantic adventure. Whether you are enjoying the encounter with the dashing stranger in the woods, the depiction of Cinderella’s enchanted transformation, her flight from discovery at the King’s ball or her time in love with the prince of her dreams, all of these masterworks in color and light will dazzle your eye and speak to your heart. It is our hope that this latest interpretation of “Cinderella” be a gift not only to all “princesses” but also to all those who love them.

Plenty more paintings, including Disney favorites like Winnie the Pooh, Tangled, Aladdin, The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, and Beauty and the Beast, can be seen and purchased on the Thomas Kinkade Company website, which display the earlier paintings done by Kinkade as well as the more recent paintings done by artists who’ve taken on the same “light” style that’s been a staple of his work.

For those who are financially impaired, another option in lieu of purchasing the art from the website, is to purchase the yearly wall calendar of the Disney/Kinkade art that displays at least 12 different images.

Source: Nerdist