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Thomas McKnight is an American who grew up in the various suburbs of the United States. He discovered his talent for creating colorful and imagistic works at the age of 13 when he received a set of oil paints from his mother. Thomas then attended Wesleyan University and Columbia University. During his time in Europe, he developed a love for European civilization.

In the 1980s, McKnight discovered limited edition serigraph prints. These prints reflected his own visions with their brilliant colors and clean shapes. By the end of the decade, his work had become very popular, especially in Japan. He has received recognition for his work in four books and sold hundreds of silkscreen editions. Additionally, he was commissioned to paint views of Kobe for the city’s 1993 fair.

McKnight is committed to creating works that are both meaningful and beautiful. He always approaches his art with discipline and seriousness. He currently resides in Palm Beach, Florida, where he continues to paint and explore new creative possibilities. You can find his works in public and private collections around the world. The Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and the Smithsonian Institution are some of those. McKnight’s artistic legacy continues to inspire and captivate audiences today.