Henry Adams discusses Thomas Kinkade’s contributions to art

Kinkade: home decorator, kitsch-master, or artist?

Associated Press: Some view the late Thomas Kinkade’s work as mass-marketed and too commercially oriented to be considered art. But, as American art professor Henry Adams pointed out, he was hardly the first artist to be openly committed to making money. “Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons are basically marketers, who don’t even really make their art — they conceive it,” he said.