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A Christmas Eve Delivery



Christmas Eve Delivery is the third in William S. Phillips’ “Inns of Christmas Series,” having previously delighted his scores of loyal collectors with Christmas Eve at the Winchester Inn and Winter Visitors at the Kringle Hill Inn (right, both Sold Out at Publisher). This year, Phillips captures the spirit of the season with a heartwarming Christmas Eve tale. “An unusual Christmas Eve snowstorm has descended upon North Carolina bringing holiday travel to a near standstill,” Phillips explains.“Highways and airports are closed, forcing travelers to find shelter as the roads are cleared. For the fortunate family who has checked into the Fuquay Mineral Spring Inn and Garden, it will prove to be a most wonderful Christmas experience.The Inn’s gracious owners, John and Patty Byrne, knowing their guests disappointment at not spending Christmas Eve with loved ones, have sent for a Christmas tree with all the trimmings to be delivered to their room.A young boy with his faithful friend has volunteered to provide the delivery service in his wagon. After an elegant Christmas Eve dinner and some eggnog and spiced cider with cookies by the fire, our stranded travelers will return to a room decorated with the cheerful glow of a very special Christmas Eve tree.”

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A Christmas Leave, When Dreams Come True



The American Homefront Series, an episodic look at home life during World War II, comprises some of artist William S. Phillips’ most popular and sought-after works. In this Anniversary Edition of A Christmas Leave, When Dreams Come True, it’s 1943 and the young soldier from the first painting, If Only in My Dreams, is home on leave. “This is one of the fortunate few who got a Christmas leave during World War II,” says the artist. “I wanted a more peaceful feeling in this painting, so the soldier is driving into the sunset. The colors are warmer and the mood is more festive.” There are still shadows on the horizon but the path to victory seems clear.



Look closely at each painting in the Homefront Series to find a plane in the sky. The DC-3 in this painting (known in its wartime version as a C-47) is now a passenger airliner. The dog that waited patiently for his master’s return sits beside his owner on the way to a family reunion, to play cards with the boys or maybe to visit his girl. Tonight on the radio they might even hear, “When Dreams Come True,” immortalized by Count Basie and his Orchestra.

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A Christmas Leave:When Dreams Come True



One of the Phillips Bay collection of limited edition prints and canvases.



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A Grand Day





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A Winters Cottage





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An April Storm





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Barn Patrol





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Belly Warmers





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Breaking Camp At Turtle Creek



The 1758 capture of Ft. Duquesne and subsequent completion of Ft. Pitt in western Pennsylvania lured many expansionist, settlers and traders to this wilderness area. Traveling normally in large groups for protection, this lone family risks misfortune but is here rewarded. A breathtaking winter morning, it´s warm greeting sparkles as they prepare to follow the dream onward.

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Cape Neddick Dawn



In Cape Neddick Dawn, Bill beautifully captures that sense of serenity that enfolds us when we view a sunrise by the sea. Quietly, the cold, restless waves grow still; the schooner’s white sails shift to pale gold. Here, no footprints mar the freshly fallen snow ashore for the lightkeeper has not yet had a visitor this morning. But he is clearly expecting you—his home on the hill beckons with a warm, comforting glow and a bright light shines in the boathouse.

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Catching Snowflakes





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Celebration





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Christmas Eve





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Christmas Eve At The Ahwahnee



As the fourth in the “Inns of Christmas” series, William S. Phillips captures the spirit of the season, as well as a glimpse of Santa, with Christmas Eve at the Ahwahnee. Christmas magic has created collector magic,making Sold Out editions of Christmas Eve Delivery, Christmas Eve at the Winchester Inn and Winter Visitors at Kringle Hill Inn. Imagine Santa’s joy while flying over our national treasure of Yosemite National Park and arriving at the majestic Ahwahnee Hotel. This National Historical Landmark represents the great American outdoors and is known for its granite façade, striking beamed ceilings, massive stone hearths and richly colored Native American artwork. Although beautiful and elegant in any season, the Ahwahnee is especially stunning in winter. Each December, the Ahwahnee hosts The Bracebridge Dinner, a feast of food, song and mirth. The holiday season, with its great pageantry and a sumptuous feast fit for a king, is an event even Santa wouldn’t miss.

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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 In The Avenues





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Christmas Moonlight





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Christmas On The Eighth



To the dedicated golfer, a day without golf is hardly a day at all. Imagining Christmas for these enthusiasts, Bill Phillips created Christmas on the Eighth, a charming holiday tribute to those most loyal of hobbyists. “I expect that if they were really into it they would have gone out, cleared the snow off the greens and played a round of golf,” says the artist. At the end of the eighth hole, though, it’s nice to have a warm, cheery house to which to return.

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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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