Currier and Ives

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Currier and Ives

makers of colorful lithographs of scenes of nature and outdoor recreation. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 699]
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The Joffrey version of "The Nutcracker" is set in Victorian America like a Currier and Ives print brought to life and is one of the most memorable in modern-day dance.
They look like runaways from a Currier and Ives print and, in fact, horses of this breed were the ones most often pictured in those quaint scenes.
Colonial sugarmakers used a heavy metal kettle over an open fire, a popular scene in Currier and Ives prints.