William Rice (1873–1963) moved to Northern California in 1900, when the region’s Arts & Crafts movement was flowering. A talented watercolorist, Rice taught at various schools in the San Francisco Bay Area. He became devoted to block printing because the prints made artwork available to a wide audience at modest cost. The landscapes of Northern California proved excellent raw materials for his creativity, and his prints today can be found in public and private collections worldwide.
Twenty assorted full-color 5 x 7″ blank note cards (five each of four styles) with envelopes and decorative box.