|Little Brother, ca. 1872-74|
|Little Sister, ca. 1872-74|
|Awful Conflagration of the Steam Boat Lexington, 1840|
Currier and Ives’ goal was to make art accessible to the broad public. They
|Black Eyed Susan, 1848|
|Beautiful Dreamer, 1860s|
Currier and Ives went out of business in 1907, after the deaths of both partners, but their prints have become iconic images of America and are still being reproduced on greeting cards, calendars, candy boxes, and even ceramics. For more information on Currier and Ives and other American lithographers of the 19th century, check out philaprintshop.com.