Art Herstory announces its first Christmas card, which features a Nativity by Orsola Maddalena Caccia (1596–1676). Born Theodora Caccia, Suor Orsola Maddalena was a nun in seventeenth-century Italy. Read more about the artist here.

This card is larger than an Art Herstory note card; it is A7 format (5×7″). It is available for sale in a 10-pack with holiday-red envelopes, or as an individual card (with envelope) in an eco-friendly clear sleeve. The inside greeting reads “Buon Natale / Merry Christmas.”

Interior of the Art Herstory Orsola Maddalena Caccia Christmas card.

To order Art Herstory Christmas cards, visit the Art Herstory Shop page. The link to product information for a 10-pack of cards is here. Product information for an individual card is here. Quantities are limited!

Art Herstory offers wholesale terms to retail customers. For more information, visit the Art Herstory Wholesale page.

From now until the end of 2019, Art Herstory offers free domestic (US) shipping to individual customers for purchases of $25 or more. Use the coupon code “holiday2019” at checkout to ensure free shipping on eligible orders.

Art Herstory plans to issue more holiday cards in the future, including secular offerings. Is there a work by a woman artist you’d like to see featured on an Art Herstory holiday card? Please contact me at erika@artherstory.net, or through the website form on the home page (scroll down; the form is just beneath the Sofonisba Anguissola family portrait)!

More Art Herstory Christmas Card and Stocking Stuffer Options:

New from Art Herstory: The Artemisia Gentileschi Christmas Card

Art Herstory Celebrates Women Artists with a Magnet/Bookmark Combo, and an Ornament!

Art Herstory Adds Five New Note Card Designs for Spring 2021!

More about Orsola Maddalena Caccia:

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Acquires Three Paintings by Orsola Maddalena Caccia

Suor Orsola Maddalena Caccia (1596–1676), Convent Artist, Guest post by Dr. Angela Ghirardi

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