The British Tate Museum not only houses historical relics but contains an interesting collection of Christmas cards from some well known artists. Take a look at a few-
Clockwise from top left: Gertrude Hermes woodcut, 1938; unknown artist in album of Joan Warburton; Gary Hume‘s ‘Fuzzy Snowman,’ 2000; 1951 design by Sydney Arrobus; John Piper chapel, 1938; Elisabeth and Celcil Collins collaboration, 1950’s.
(Photos by Jeremy Coleman for World of Interiors)
Updated 11/2014- A page from Elle Decor showing cards by artists (clockwise from top left) Elsa Schmid, Nickolas Muray, Henry Pearson, Philip Guston, Kay Sage, Robert Smithson, Alexander Calder and Saul Steinberg.
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