Pyramid Of Christmas Trees - Christmas Greeting Card
Elevate your holiday greetings with a touch of modern style! These graphic trees, originally designed by Ferdinand Andri as a poster for the Twenty-sixth Secession Exhibition in 1906, offer a chic and artistic alternative to the traditional holiday cards. Notably, the original version of this design resides in the esteemed collection of MoMA, adding an extra layer of sophistication to your festive season wishes. See our entire Christmas Tree Collection!
Ferdinand Andri (1871-1956) was a prominent Austrian artist primarily celebrated for his architectural expertise, notably contributing to the architectural event in the art competition at the 1936 Summer Olympics! His artistic journey began as an apprentice to a woodcarver and altar builder. Through years of dedication, he refined his skills by studying fine arts at prestigious European institutions and learning from master artists. Significantly, Andri was a member of the Vienna Secession from 1899 to 1909, even holding the position of its president in 1905 and 1906. His artistic versatility extended to various mediums, including painting, lithography, and sculpture, where he demonstrated exceptional talent in landscape, genre, and portrait art. During World War I, he made valuable contributions as an artistic reporter and poster artist for numerous humanitarian initiatives. Later in his career, Andri transitioned to the role of an esteemed educator, teaching at the Vienna Academy and mentoring artists for the remainder of his life.
This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.
A6 (4.5" X 6.25") with Envelope