Celebrate a Local Legend this Holiday Season
As the estate representatives for the late Adam Grant, 20 North Gallery is proud to offer 2 sets of specially-commissioned Adam Grant artwork Christmas cards!
Angels and Madonnas – Every year during his life in the U.S., Adam Grant would create a family Christmas card design, using pen-and-ink, intaglio printing, watercolors or pastels. Prompted by a December 2018 wish of his widow, we are delighted to present a set of 12 of these beautiful designs, expertly reproduced by a local printer.
5 x 7″ folded cards with envelopes, blank inside for your message – Set of 12 cards: $12.
The Polish Madonna – In 1947, 23-year-old Polish artist, Adam (Grochowski) Grant, had survived the notorious Auschwitz and Mauthausen Nazi death camps and was living in a displaced persons camp as an officially stateless individual. That year, he commemorated Christmas with a poignant depiction of the Madonna and Child as homeless refugees, fleeing persecution on the Flight into Egypt.
6 decades later, his widow and artistic executrix, Peggy Grant, printed this design as a Christmas card, in memory of Adam and his devout faith.
A very small quantity of these cards remain, now available for sale at 20 North Gallery.
4.5 x 6″ folded cards with envelopes, blank inside for your message – Set of 6 cards: $9.
For all the above designs, a limited number of individual cards are also available, $2 per card.
All cards will be available for purchase from Wednesday, November 11, through the holidays.
Proceeds from the sale of these cards will assist the Adam Grant Art Estate in promoting Adam’s work in the global market. Reserve your sets today!
In addition, the original artwork for Angel II (charcoal and pastel on paper), one of the above Christmas card designs, which was inscribed and given by Adam to Peggy for Christmas, is available for sale as a part of The Grant Collection, at 20 North Gallery.
20 North Gallery is honored to have been selected by the late Mrs. Grant to serve as the estate representatives for her husband’s work.