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    Kinkade sales surge after death

    In Thomas Kinkade's hometown, at the gallery where his art career first took off, an original painting by the self-described "Painter of Light" sat unsold for years. Buyers were perhaps deterred by the $110,000 asking price.

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    In Thomas Kinkade's hometown, at the gallery where his art career first took off, an original painting by the self-described "Painter of Light" sat unsold for years. Buyers were perhaps deterred by the $110,000 asking price.

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  • "Phones are just ringing nonstop. We have five lines, and they're constantly lit up. People are waiting in line to buy paintings," Mr. Ross said. "It's just been a real juggling match to make sure everyone gets taken care of."

    Kinkade sales surge after death →

  • In 48 hours, he said, he received about 300 online orders.

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