Christmas Cards

Multi-buy offer, purchase four Christmas card packs and only pay for three on exclusive art-inspired Christmas cards to help you keep in touch with loved ones this holiday 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.

  • Somerset House Ice Rink, 2004

    Somerset House Ice Rink, 2004

    £6.00

    Colourful and joyous, Somerset House Ice Rink, 2004, depicts a day at the Skate Ice Rink of London’s historic Somerset House. Spread the festive cheer by sharing this fun-loving card with loved ones.


  • Children with Snowman

    Children with Snowman

    £6.00

    Children with Snowman is an illustration from the Gazette du Bon Ton depicting two children happily playing in the snow. Gazette du Bon Ton was a unique Parisian Fashion Journal started by Lucien Vogel in 1912.


  • Christmas Party

    Christmas Party

    £6.00

    Christmas Party. 10 Cards and Envelopes (1 Design per Pack) John Leech (1817-1864) Christmas Party, 19th century 12 x 17.6cm Message reads: Season’s Greetings.


  • Crucifixion Triptych Christmas Card

    Crucifixion Triptych

    £6.00

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


  • Treborch Ice Scene Christmas Card

    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.


  • La Belle de Chamonix

    La Belle de Chamonix

    £6.00

    La Belle de Chamonix 10 Cards and Envelopes (1 Design per Pack) Anonymous Gazette du Bon Ton 17.6 x 12cm Message reads: Season’s Greetings.


  • Mistletoe Children Christmas Card

    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. 


  • 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.


  • Robe De Worth

    Robe De Worth

    £6.00

    Robe de Worth is the perfect way to say ‘Season’s Greetings’ with style. La Gazette du Bon Ton was designed as a journal to appeal to the elite of Paris with fashion plates and articles on all aspects of life for the privileged.


  • Snow at Louveciennes

    Snow at Louveciennes

    £6.00

    Snow at Louveciennes (circa 1874) depicts a beautiful landscape of Louveciennes, a village that lies about sixteen kilometres west of Paris. Alfred Sisley (1839-99) painted many views of and around this village in the 1870s.


  • The Childhood of Jesus

    The Childhood of Jesus

    £6.00

    The Childhood of Jesus is a vibrant, colourful Christmas card depicting work by Winifred Gill (1891-1981). Gill was a family friend of art critic and curator, Roger Fry (1866-1934) who founded the Omega Workshops in 1912.


  • The Night Skaters at Somerset House, 2006

    The Night Skaters at Somerset House, 2006

    £6.00

    The Night Skaters at Somerset House, 2006 depicts a scene of night skaters at the Skate Ice Rink in the historic Somerset House located in central London. A cheerful way to say ‘Season’s Greetings’ this holiday season.