Many years ago I worked in a gift shop, and my boss carried a handful of Kincaid paintings. Gaudy frames, but as a college kid, I thought the artwork itself was pretty. Lamplight Village was one of the ones I liked best, I think b/c it looked like a magical community, that looked nothing like reality.
So that was nearly 20 years ago, and the list prices were $2-3K. We sold a few, but eventually, my boss clearanced them out at 50%, and the cheapest one sold around $650.
I could care less about them now, especially since I understand how commercial they are and how little value they truly hold. Serious art collectors would prefer the starving artists stuff that comes around at the local Marriott over the Kincaid, and that's not saying much, since the starving artists stuff is mass produced too.