A Brush for the Lead. Lithographema Currier & Ives, 1867.
American Homestead Spring. Lithographema Currier & Ives, Brooklyn Museum.
Awful Conflagration of the Steam Boat LEXINGTON in Long Island Sound on Monday Eve'g, Jany 13th,(1840).
Despectus in Flumen Harlemense. Currier & Ives, 1852.
The American Fireman ('Siphonarius Americanus'). Lithographema a Ludovico Maurer pro Currier & Ives anno 1858 factum.
Central Park Winter: The Skating Pond. Lithographema Currier & Ives, anno 1862 editum.

Currier and Ives, saepe Currier & Ives scriptum, fuit prospera fabricae notarum impressarum societas commercialis Americana a Nathaniele Currier (1813–1888) et Iacobo Merritt Ives (1824–1895) ducta. Quae, Novi Eboraci in urbe notas impressas ab anno 1834 ad annum 1907 edebat ut lithographemata nigra et alba manu colorata, ex picturis ab artificibus perbonis facta. Notae impressae lithographicae rapide propagari et viliter emi poterant, ac societas se appellabat "Grande Notarum Impressarum Vilium et Popularium Emporium Medium,"[1] eiusque lithographemata "caelata pro populo colorata" proscribebat.[2][3]



  1. Anglice: "the Grand Central Depot for Cheap and Popular Prints."
  2. Anglice: "colored engravings for the people."
  3. The Henry Ford Collections, www.hfmgv.org, 18 Decembris 2002.


  • King, Roy, et Burke Davis. 1987. The world of Currier & Ives. Novi Eboraci: Bonanza Books, distributed by Crown Publishers. ISBN 0517014084.
  • LeBeau, Bryan F. 2001. Currier and Ives: America Imagined. Vasingtoniae: Smithsonian Institution Press.
  • Peters, Harry Twyford. 1942. Currier & Ives, printmakers to the American people. Garden City Novi Eboraci: Doubleday, Doran & Company.
  • Reilly, Bernard. 1984. Currier and Ives: A Catalogue Raisonné. Detroiti: Gale Research.

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