"Using handmade holiday cards by American artists from the Smithsonian's Archives of American Art, Season's Greetings shows how artists imagined the holidays through original watercolors, etchings, silk-screen prints, and drawings. Rarely seen beyond the eyes of their recipients, these cards confirm the irrepressible artistry of their senders and offer personal insight into the style and sentiment of artists, including how they summed up the year's events in their own lives and the world in which they lived. The cards add an intimate dimension to an artist's social network, illuminating their relationships with dealers, curators, teachers, and close friends"-- Provided by publisher.
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