Christmas Cards

Exclusive art-inspired Christmas Cards help you keep in touch with loved ones this festive season. Sourced from the gallery’s collection, there are a number of exquisite designs from which to choose making for a unique way to share holiday cheer. Many designs are only available from The Courtauld Shop. Shopping with us directly supports The Courtauld Gallery, London.

  • Adoration of the Magi - Ivory Diptych

    Adoration of the Magi – Ivory Diptych

    £6.00

    This diptych belongs to a group of closely comparable works in which the Passion of Christ is recounted, often in vivid detail, to encourage the viewer to imagine they were present at the events.

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  • Antoniazzo Romano

    Antoniazzo Romano

    £6.00

    Antoniazzo Romano was born Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo degli Aquili. This elegant card features the Virgin and Child with Saint John the Baptist from the centre panel of a triptych found in The Courtauld Gallery collection.

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  • Branch of Holly

    Branch of Holly

    £6.00

    Christmas isn’t complete without a bit of holly to ‘deck the halls’. The holly derives from a work completed in the 1430s. The original work is attributed to Rogier van der Weyden c.(1399-1464), one of the most profound and influential painters of the 15th century.

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  • Child Christmas Tree

    Child Christmas Tree

    £6.00

    Gazette du Bon Ton was a unique Parisian Fashion Journal started by Lucien Vogel in 1912. Vogel, in an effort to emphasise the connections between fashion and art, provided exquisite fashion plates created by modern artists such as George Lepape, Georges Barbier, Charles Martin and Pierre Lepape.

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  • Crucifixion Triptych

    Crucifixion Triptych

    £6.00

    Crucifixion Triptych, c 1374. The Crucifixion Triptych is one of the few surviving fourteenth-century triptychs from Northern Europe.

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  • Epiphany

    Epiphany

    £6.00

    This elegant Epiphany Christmas card is from the workshop of Boucicaut Master from the 1400s in Paris. The Boucicaut Master made illuminations of exceptional naturalism that capture the elegance and refinement of court taste. A perfect way to send tasteful greetings this festive season.

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  • Ice Scene

    Ice Scene

    £6.00

    This delicate and jovial Christmas card depicts a watercolour painting by the Dutch Golden Age Painter, Gesina ter Borch (1633-1690). Ter Borch’s work consisted mainly of watercolour paintings depicting familial scenes from daily life. Ice scene was completed in 1658 from graphite, watercolour, gouache on paper.

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  • La Femme et Les Saisons

    La Femme et Les Saisons

    £6.00

    La Femme et Les Saisons is the ideal Christmas card for the fashionista in your life. Gazette du Bon Ton was a unique Parisian Fashion Journal started by Lucien Vogel in 1912.

     

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  • Les Neiges

    Les Neiges

    £6.00

    Les Neiges is the ideal Christmas card for the fashionista in your life who may love skiing. Gazette du Bon Ton was a unique Parisian Fashion Journal started by Lucien Vogel in 1912.

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  • Mistletoe Children

    Mistletoe Children

    £6.00

    Gazette du Bon Ton was a unique Parisian Fashion Journal started by Lucien Vogel in 1912. Vogel, in an effort to emphasise the connections between fashion and art, provided exquisite fashion plates created by modern artists such as George Lepape, Georges Barbier, Charles Martin and Pierre Lepape. 

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  • Pour St Moritz

    Pour St. Moritz

    £6.00
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  • Richmond Park under Snow, 2015

    Richmond Park under Snow, 2015

    £6.00

    Richmond Park is not only a lovely way to pass a summer afternoon. Visiting on a crisp, winter’s day after a fresh snowfall is equally memorable. Richmond Park in the Snow (2016) is a compelling work by the celebrated British artist, Alan Halliday.

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