Prints

Nast Santa in Color

This is a colorized reproduction of Thomas Nast's original depiction of Santa Claus as we know him today. Nast was a prolific artist for Harper's Weekly during the Civil War and the years following, and he created this iconic depiction of Santa Claus and created a series of Santa artwork for years to come. Nast also is credited with originating the symbols of the Democratic and Republican parties, the donkey and the elephant.


This colorized Santa is 5 by 7 inches and is framed. Only $12.99 

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Nast Santa B & W

 This is a black and white reproduction of Thomas Nast's original depiction of Santa Claus as we know him today. Nast was a prolific artist for Harper's Weekly during the Civil War and the years that followed, and he created this iconic depiction of Santa Claus and created a series of Santa artwork for years to come. Nast also is credited with originating the symbols of the Democratic and Republican parties, the donkey and the elephant.

This B&W Santa is 5 by 7 inches and is framed. Only $12.99 

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Christmas Eve 1862 B &W

This print reproduces original Civil War period artwork produced by Thomas Nast for Harper's Weekely. Created in 1862, this image hows touching scenes both at home and the battlefront.


This framed print is $14.99

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Christmas Eve 1862 Color

This colorized print reproduces original Civil War period artwork produced by Thomas Nast for Harper's Weekely. The original black and white print was created in 1862, and this colorized version shows touching scenes both at home and the battlefront.


This framed print is $14.99

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Civil War Fulough

This image, created by famed artist Thomas Nastfor Harper's Weekly during the Civil War, shows a Union soldier greeting his wife and family upon his return for a Christmas furlough. Surrounding the central image are family scenes from the soldier's brief homecoming.


 This framed print is $14.99 

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Santa visits a Union camp

 Pack of 10 Christmas cards featuring a touching Christmas Eve scene by famed Civil War era artist Thomas Nast, who is credited with creating the image of Santa Claus as we know him today. Santa is shown in a Union camp distributing presents to the welcoming Union soldiers.

This print is 5 by 7 inches and is framed. Only $12.99  

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Santa on Christmas Eve

This is yet another image of Santa created by the famed Harper's Weekly artist Thomas Nast, who is credited with creating the image of Santa Claus as we know him today. This is a Civil War period image.


This print is 5 by 7 inches and is framed. Only $12.99   

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Lonely Sentinel Civil War print

This Civil War period image first appeared in Harper's Weekly, and depicts a lonely Union soldier standing guard in the snow.


This print is 5 by 7 inches and is framed. Only $12.99   

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Battle Flag Grouping

This print depicts a grouping of Union regimental battle flags of the Civil War.


This print is 5 by 7 inches and is framed. Only $12.99   

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