Thomas Kinkade bronze sculpture valued at $7,500 stolen from Zionsville gallery

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This is a photo of one of the only 30 Thomas Kinkade Prince of Peace sculptures ever made. One of these was stolen from the Thomas Kinkade gallery in Zionsville. (Submitted photo)

This is a photo of one of the only 30 Thomas Kinkade Prince of Peace sculptures ever made. One of these was stolen from the Thomas Kinkade gallery in Zionsville. (Submitted photo)

A bronze sculpture by Thomas Kinkade entitled Prince of Peace, Artist Proof #8 valued at $7,500 from the Thomas Kinkade Zionsville Gallery has reportedly been stolen.

According to a statement released by CV Art and Frame owner Barbara Jennings, this sculpture is “a very rare item featuring the head of Christ, covered with thorns, and only 30 Artist Proofs were created worldwide.”

The heavy bronze is just under 12 inches high and “was simply lifted from the gallery stand.”

“We believe the theft to have occurred over the busy weekend,” Jennings stated in an email.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is obtained.


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