CURRIER AND IVES LITHOGRAPH My mother wallpapered our bathroom walls with prints from Currier and Ives calendars. This was one of the prints. Was very cute. She was "before her time" with her decorating style! 1955
The Winter Road, print by Currier and Ives, 1853. The firm of Currier and Ives, in business from 1834 until 1907, produced over 7,000 different prints and over one million copies of those prints. More of their lithographs (prints made by creating art, then transferring that art to a special stone with a variety of grease pencils, then applying ink, printing in a press, then hand-coloring) hung in American houses than any other art.
~Winter In The Country - The Old Homestead~ George Henry Durrie (1820-1863). "Durrie’s winter scenes are quintessential American images. He used soft, appealing colors & his eye for the details of American rural homes & farms of the period added an authenticity to the paintings..." (read more by clicking pin)