Actually, some of his art found way into my life.
My grandparents' house was quite a bit like the houses he depicted - though his pics were 100x my grandparents' house. Still, close enough to it to capture the house and its whole vibe.
So I bought a scrapbook with his art on it, and a number of scrapbook pages to go into it, for a scrapbook devoted entirely to my grandparents' house.
The idea came about because I have an absolutely idyllic picture of the house in snow, and several others which are pretty idyllic, and so much like his paintings. Just a fraction of the idyllic-ness in his paintings, of course, but a person seeing the pics of the house would understand why I would place them in a Kincaid scrapbook environment
So far, I've collected and collated all those pictures, but I haven't made the scrapbook yet.
I have room for all kinds of art in my life. While I wouldn't plaster my walls with his art, he was one of a kind, with a vision, and I appreciated the work . . . mostly for other people.