Biltmore in the Fall by Thomas Kinkade Studios - framed
18x27 embellished canvas limited edition.
Approx framed size: 29"h x 38"w
Biltmore was built between 1889 and 1895 and was designed by the world-renown architect Richard Morris Hunt.
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.
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