Celebrate the holiday season by putting pen to paper -- it might seem old-fashioned -- but shows you care! The inside of the cards are blank so you can include personalized messages for general seasonal greetings. And use the sturdy storage box for keepsakes or post you receive in return.
This holiday card created by artist Rockwell Kent is part of a much larger collection of holiday cards that started with gifts of Carl Zigrosser, the museum curator of Prints and Drawings from 1940 to 1963, with ongoing gifts in his name up to the present.
Rockwell Kent was a painter, illustrator and printmaker. While attending Columbia, Kent befriended future curator Carl Zigrosser, who became his close friend, supporter, and collaborator Around 1920 Kent took up wood engraving and quickly established himself as one of the preeminent graphic artists of his time. Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, Kent produced a range of print media, including advertisements, bookplates, and Christmas cards.
- Museum exclusive
- Set of 15 notecards and 16 envelopes
- Notecards measure 6.5" x 4.5"
- Blank inside for personal message
- Cardboard storage box
- Box measures 7" x 5.25" x 1.5"
- FSC certified
- Made in the USA