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A Christmas Carol



Probably one of the most beloved Christmas stories in history, Charles Dickens´ A CHRISTMAS CAROL has it all: heroes, villians, ghosts, time travel, long-lost love, and a happy ending. With worldwide appeal, this story continues to captivate generation after generation.

Since it was originally published in 1843, A CHRISTMAS CAROL has become an irreplaceable part of our culture. Stephen Krensky´s careful abridgement of Dickens´ words is complemented by new artwork by one of today´s best loved illustrators, Dean Morrissey, author of SHIP OF DREAMS and THE CHRISTMAS SHIP. This is an edition of A CHRISTMAS CAROL that will certainly become a classic in its own right.

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Be Back Soon





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Best Seat In The House



As the firework displays light up the night sky with a dazzling palette of color, we know it’s time to celebrate summer at the Bay View Inn. The 150-year-old lodge features one of the most picturesque views in the Phillips Bay Highlands. The Inn is as renowned for the sumptuous meals served on a stone terrace overlooking both the Inner and Outer bays as it is for its nightly displays of patriotism during the month of July. This night, classic automobiles are featured at the twilight cruise from dockside through Phillips Bay culminating with dancing to live music from the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s. If you’re lucky enough to find a spot on the west garden lawn across from the heart-shaped pond, you’ve got “The best seat in the house.”

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Bewitching



While in downtown Santa Barbara, California, Steve Hanks happened upon a Halloween parade. “It really just fell into my lap,” he says. “It’s a great thing to paint. Children in costume have become a favorite subject of mine because they wear them with such comfort and pride. I love their innocent unselfconsciousness.”

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Chained



This is a portrait of my wife, Masked is of myself, just a couple of whimsical Halloween paintings I chose to do once when I had some time to paint whatever I chose.

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Checking It Twice



Third in the “Father Christmas” Series Stephen“Don’t load any coal on the sleigh tonight lads,” announced Father Christmas, donning his coat and sack. Scooping up the long scroll, he added “I’ve checked the list twice and lo and behold, all the children were good!” An elf piped up,“Wonderful news, Sir! But we never load any coal.” “Sh-u-us-h now,” replied the jolly old fellow with a smile.“Time’s awasting. Let’s hitch up the team and be off.We’ve got our work cut out for us this Christmas Eve!” Checking It Twice is the third in artist Dean Morrissey’s series of lavish images inspired by the real Father Christmas ... a worldly traveler with a merry twinkle in his eye.

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Christmas Eve





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Christmas Eve At The Winchester Inn



The Second in The Inns of Christmas Series With newly fallen snow covering the landscape around the Winchester Inn, Mike, the innkeeper, sets out on his annual Christmas Eve rounds. After hitching his team to the inn’s ancient sleigh, he bundles two large sacks of gifts destined for the neighborhood children. Gift giving is a Christmas tradition enjoyed over the holidays by the inn’s many visitors.The Winchester Inn, nestled among the Cotswold Hills in Phillips Bay, dates back to the early 1880s.The Winchester is known far and wide for its warm and friendly atmosphere, wonderful rooms and sumptuous meals, making it the perfect place to spend Christmas Eve.

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Christmas Eve Visit





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Christmas Greeting





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Christmas In The Avenues





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Christmas Traditions At Watchman Hill Inn



Against a golden sunset, a Sikorsky VS-44 approaches the harbor at Phillips Bay. As the brisk night air descends on this first night of December, Santa Claus arrives at the Watchman Hill Inn, heralded by two men in Revolutionary War dress and the traditional firing of the cannon. During the Revolutionary War, a citizens’ militia kept watch over the Outer Bay from the hill. If they spied British ships on the horizon, the cannon’s voice would alert the townsfolk to prepare a defense. These days, the sounding of the cannon is a cause for merriment. The holiday season in Phillips Bay is filled with the traditional joys of colored lights, caroling, feasting and church services, accompanied by a fresh blanket of snow.

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Father Christmas



Dean Morrissey’s first best-selling children’s book, "Ship of Dreams," skyrocketed to fame and introduced the artist’s magical worldview to children around the world. "Ship of Dreams" was #3 on the NY Times bestseller list. Saks Fifth Avenue used the story and images for their famous holiday window designs and the Children’s Hospital at New York Presbyterian worked with Dean to create wall murals based on his fantasy artwork. Morrissey’s other books include "The Great Kettles: A Tale of Time," "The Christmas Ship" and "The Monster Trap." Each year, the artist paints a Father Christmas image that The Greenwich Workshop, Inc. is proud to publish in a Fine Art Edition.

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Father Christmas: The Sleigh Ride



More exciting than a nip of frost in the air, more highly anticipated than the first snow, is the arrival of Dean Morrissey’s latest creation in his Father Christmas series featuring none other than the worldly traveler with a merry twinkle in his eye.



It’s Christmas Eve and the reindeer are in harness, the sleigh is filled to bursting with gifts. Circumnavigating the earth is a rare enough feat but doing so in the course of one blustery winter night, while making countless deliveries all the way around, is nothing short of remarkable. With his book of names and his sextant tucked nearby for ready reference and celestial navigation, Santa slaps the reins and his enchanted journey begins.



“I wanted to give a little of my sense of the character and the kind of wonder that surrrounds him,” says Morrissey, “both for kids and for grown-ups. Father Christmas is like Frosted Flakes®—a lot of adults don’t admit that they still love ’em.”



This lavish portrait of Father Christmas in action is sure to be a magical holiday gift for believers of all ages.

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Father Christmas: The Workshop



“We all know about Santa Claus and his annual circumnavigation of the globe,” says the artist. “It’s quite a feat by any standard. But what is a bit less explored is what Santa does the other 364 days of the year. All year long and right up to Christmas Eve, Santa is a toymaker extraordinaire. He’s up to his elbows in a labor of love, turning out magical toys at a pace and of a quality unparalleled in the world. With this portrait, I wanted to depict the master craftsman engaged in his work. Hearing the bell above the door, he looks up to greet his visitor. Perhaps the visitor is us, come to catch a glimpse of the making of magic.”



Here at The Greenwich Workshop, the holiday season doesn’t begin until we unwrap a box from artist Dean Morrissey to reveal the year’s painting of Father Christmas. Over the past ten years we have had the pleasure of publishing Morrissey’s portraits of a very real, wise and generous man that just happens to be Santa Claus. In Father Christmas: The Workshop, he’s putting in a few hours after dinner, with a couple of industrious elves for companionship and help with the finishing touches. Why not let this picture of a twinkle-eyed craftsman decorate your home for the holidays this year?

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Homage





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I Love America





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Jingle Bell Teddy And Friends





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Little Black Crow





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Masked



This is actually a self portrait I did, Chained is of my wife, just a couple of whimsical Halloween paintings I chose to do once when I had some time to paint whatever I chose.

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