Notecards

The State Historical Society of Missouri offers a variety of notecards with timeless images from some of Missouri's most famous artists. In this collection you will find sets with artwork by George Caleb Bingham, Notley Hawkins, Thomas McKenney, and Fred Geary.

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  1. Order No. 11

    Martial Law, or Order No. 11 Notecards

    $15.00

    A set of 8 notecards freaturing Martial Law, or Order No. 11, 1868 an oil painting by George Caleb Bingham (1811-1879) part of the permanent collection at the State Historical Society of Missouri

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  2. Warching the Cargo

    Watching the Cargo Notecards

    $15.00

    Watching the Cargo, 1849 Oil on canvas by George Caleb Bingham (1811–1879) part of the permanent collection, The State Historical Society of Missouri

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  3. Winter Sport (Carroll County)

    Winter Scene Woodcuts by Fred Geary Notecards

    $15.00

    Ten cards featuring five images (2 each) by Fred Geary from the Society's permanent collection

    Born in Clarence, and reared in Carrollton, Missouri, Fred Geary worked as a commercial artist for nearly thirty years at the Fred Harvey Company in Kansas City and was celebrated as a woodcut artist. The State Historical Society of Missouri holds the largest collection of his original prints in the nation.

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  4. Sawmill

    Missouri Life Woodcuts by Fred Geary Notecards

    $12.00

    Ten cards featuring five images (2 each) by Fred Geary from the Society's permanent collection

    Born in Clarence, and reared in Carrollton, Missouri, Fred Geary worked as a commercial artist for nearly thirty years at the Fred Harvey Company in Kansas City and was celebrated as a woodcut artist. The State Historical Society of Missouri holds the largest collection of his original prints in the nation.

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  5. The Thrid Storm

    Life on the Mississippi Illustrations by Thomas Hart Benton Notecards

    $15.00

    Mark Twain’s Life on the Mississippi was the last of three Twain novels Thomas Hart Benton illustrated for Limited Editions Club, a publisher dedicated to producing editions of classic literature with illustrations by the finest living artists. The book, first published in 1883, is an account of the writer’s impressions of the Mississippi River.

    Ten cards featuring five images (2 each) by Thomas Hart Bentonfrom the Society's permanent collection

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  6. a skiff away accross the water

    Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn Illustrations by Thomas Hart Benton Notecards

    $12.00

    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer was the first, and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn the second, of three novels by Mark Twain that Missouri Artist Thomas Hart Benton illustrated for Limited Editions Club, a publisher dedicated to producing editions of classic literature with illustrations by the finest living artists.

    These drawings beautifully demonstrate Benton’s mastery of pen, brush, and ink. With a few deft strokes, the artist captures the action and setting.

    Ten cards featuring five images (2 each) by Thomas Hart Bentonfrom the Society's permanent collection

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  7. Missouri Images Notecards - Sunny Afternoon

    Missouri Images Notecards - Sunny Afternoon

    $12.00

    A set of 8 notecards, with envelopes, depicting Sunny Afternoon, an oil painting by Frank Nuderscher. Learn More

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