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vintage prints AMERICANA series - Hallmark ©1967 - set of 12
Nostalgic Early American Scenes by Robert G. Schneeberg
taken from a calendar these folk art prints are based on original collage works

Independence Hall
Train to Poconoes
French Quarter
Ofefenokee Swamp Park
Dutch Palace
Ridgeley Stage
Peace K.C. Queen
Little Red Trolley
Pueblo Ceremony
Georgetown Mansion

measurements vary between:
7¾" x 11¼" to 8" x 11¼"
19.68 x 28.57 to 20.32 x 28.57 cm

Please view all photos - click ZOOM to enlarge and view details.

condition: great vintage - All prints were removed from 43 year old wall calendar. The backs have some penciled writing from the original calender user. There are small scuffs along the bottom edge, plus one bent corner and one nicked corner on the Independence Hall print. One small tear near the bottom of the Train to Poconoes print was repaired with tape.

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Robert G. Schneeberg - "[The] Hallmark [Company] encouraged me to find my own creative way." And Schneeberg did. At Hallmark, Schneeberg painted in acrylics and made assemblages of glass, stones and found objects. Hallmark used his works as patterns for jigsaw puzzles and calendars.

Eight of his large--up to 16 feet long--murals hang in the Crown Center shopping complex in Kansas City; one is on the wall of the city's Children's Mercy Hospital; and a number are in the homes of private collectors in New York and California. In the Manhattan bedroom of Gloria Vanderbilt, a particular fan, hangs a 14-inch-by-10-inch white butterfly Robert made from bits of stone and marble. During retirement, Robert painted the flowers and vegetables in the garden of his four-bedroom Cape Cod-style house, working in acrylics on wood and cardboard. He was ahead of his time in recycling and transforming old throw-away items into collage art pieces which preserved history as well.

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vintage prints AMERICANA folk art series - set of 12