Ten 3½ x 5 in. blank notecards with envelopes
William S. Rice
America’s Arts and Crafts movement united a diverse range of craftsmen, artists, architects, writers, and others who were inspired by nature and strove for simplicity in their work. Early in the twentieth century, watercolorist and printmaker William S. Rice (American, 1873–1963) gravitated to the San Francisco Bay Area, where he found not only colleagues and clients who embraced the Arts and Crafts ideal but also a landscape rich in inspiration. Pomegranate publishes Rice’s work in calendars, notecards, bookmarks, and the books William S. Rice: Art and Life (2013) and William S. Rice: California Block Prints (2009).