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Caroling Collection

"Captivating Carols: A Timeless Tradition" Step into the enchanting world of caroling, where melodies and lyrics intertwine to create a symphony of holiday cheer

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Marleys Ghost appears to Scrooge

DICKENS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Marleys Ghost appears to Scrooge: illustration by Arthur Rackham for Charles Dickens A
DICKENS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Marleys Ghost appears to Scrooge: illustration by Arthur Rackham for Charles Dickens " A Christmas Carol."

Background imageCaroling Collection: Bob Cratchits Christmas Dinner. After a drawing by Edwin Austin Abbey for Charles Dickens A

Bob Cratchits Christmas Dinner. After a drawing by Edwin Austin Abbey for Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol
CHRISTMAS CAROL. Bob Cratchits Christmas Dinner. After a drawing by Edwin Austin Abbey for Charles Dickens " A Christmas Carol."

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Bob Cratchits Christmas Dinner. Wood engraving after Edwin Austin

DICKENS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Bob Cratchits Christmas Dinner. Wood engraving after Edwin Austin Abbey for Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, 1881

Background imageCaroling Collection: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Bob Cratchit & his son Tiny Tim: illustration by Jessie Willcox Smith (1863-1935)

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Bob Cratchit & his son Tiny Tim: illustration by Jessie Willcox Smith (1863-1935) to " A Christmas Carol"

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1843. Marleys Ghost

DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1843. Marleys Ghost. Etching by John Leech from the first edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, 1843

Background imageCaroling Collection: Carol singing wassail cup wassailing wassailers

Carol singing wassail cup wassailing wassailers
Carol, singing, wassail, cup, wassailing, wassailers, carolers, caroling, Singers, group, performing, outside, country, pub, watercolour, painting, by, Charles, Howard, 12023356

Background imageCaroling Collection: Christmas card, published by Louis Prang, 1882

Christmas card, published by Louis Prang, 1882
BAL48964 Christmas card, published by Louis Prang, 1882 by Satterlee, Walter (1844-1908); Private Collection; American, out of copyright

Background imageCaroling Collection: A Joyous Christmas (chromolitho)

A Joyous Christmas (chromolitho)
974125 A Joyous Christmas (chromolitho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Joyous Christmas.); © Look and Learn

Background imageCaroling Collection: The Christmas carol in the Ukraine. Artist: Pimonenko, Nikolai Kornilovich (1862-1912)

The Christmas carol in the Ukraine. Artist: Pimonenko, Nikolai Kornilovich (1862-1912)
The Christmas carol in the Ukraine. Found in the collection of the Regional Art Museum, Kherson

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1843. Ignorance and Want

DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1843. Ignorance and Want. Etching by John Leech from the first edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, 1843

Background imageCaroling Collection: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Ignorance and Want. Etching by John Leech from the first edition

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Ignorance and Want. Etching by John Leech from the first edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, 1843

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1843. Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim

DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1843. Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim. Illustration from a 19th century edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1843. Ebenezer Scrooge and Bob Cratchit

DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1843. Ebenezer Scrooge and Bob Cratchit. Etching by John Leech from the first edition of Charles Dickens " A Christmas Carol, " 1843

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1943. The Second of the Three Spirits (the Ghost of Christmas Present)

DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1943. The Second of the Three Spirits (the Ghost of Christmas Present). Etching by John Leech from the first edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, 1843

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1843. Mr. Fezziwigs Ball

DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1843. Mr. Fezziwigs Ball. Etching by John Leech from the first edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, 1843

Background imageCaroling Collection: SECOND BALKAN WAR, 1913. King Carol I of Romania inspecting his troops before their

SECOND BALKAN WAR, 1913. King Carol I of Romania inspecting his troops before their departure for the Bulgarian front in 1913

Background imageCaroling Collection: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Christmas at Belles family: illustration by Arthur Rackham

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Christmas at Belles family: illustration by Arthur Rackham for Charles Dickens " A Christmas Carol."

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHRISTMAS CAROL. Mr and Mrs Fezziwig dancing

CHRISTMAS CAROL. Mr and Mrs Fezziwig dancing. Illustration by Arthur Rackham for Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim. Lithograph, 19th century

DICKENS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim. Lithograph, 19th century

Background imageCaroling Collection: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Jacob Marleys Ghost

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Jacob Marleys Ghost. Etching by John Leech from the first edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, 1843

Background imageCaroling Collection: Christmas Eve, 1910s. Artist: Pershin, Alexander Stepanovich (1882-?)

Christmas Eve, 1910s. Artist: Pershin, Alexander Stepanovich (1882-?)
Christmas Eve, 1910s. From a private collection

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim. Lithograph, 19th century

DICKENS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim. Lithograph, 19th century

Background imageCaroling Collection: CAROL II (1893-1953). King of Romania, 1930-40

CAROL II (1893-1953). King of Romania, 1930-40. Composite studio photograph of Carol as a baby

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL. Ghosts of Departed Usurers

DICKENS: CHRISTMAS CAROL. Ghosts of Departed Usurers. Etching by John Leech from the first edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, 1843

Background imageCaroling Collection: PUCK: CARTOON, 1907. Theodore Roosevelt greeting a group of men singing Christmas

PUCK: CARTOON, 1907. Theodore Roosevelt greeting a group of men singing Christmas carols; the carolers are John D. Rockefeller, Joseph B. Foraker, Henry H. Rogers, Edward H. Harriman, David J

Background imageCaroling Collection: DICKENS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Troubled by a vision of Marleys face, Scrooge inspects his house

DICKENS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Troubled by a vision of Marleys face, Scrooge inspects his house: illustration by Arthur Rackham for Charles Dickens " A Christmas Carol."

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHRISTMAS: GLEE SINGERS. The Glee Singers. Christmas carolers in colonial America, 17th century

CHRISTMAS: GLEE SINGERS. The Glee Singers. Christmas carolers in colonial America, 17th century. Engraving by Howard Pyle, 1882

Background imageCaroling Collection: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Mr. Fezziwigs Ball

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Mr. Fezziwigs Ball. Etching by John Leech from the first edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, 1843

Background imageCaroling Collection: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Ebenezer Scrooge and Bob Cratchit

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Ebenezer Scrooge and Bob Cratchit. Etching by John Leech from the first edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, 1843

Background imageCaroling Collection: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. The second of the three spirits, the Ghost of Christmas Present

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. The second of the three spirits, the Ghost of Christmas Present. Etching by John Leech from the first edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, 1843

Background imageCaroling Collection: Scrooge sees the air filled with phantoms. Illustration by Arthur Rackham for Charles Dickens A

Scrooge sees the air filled with phantoms. Illustration by Arthur Rackham for Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol
CHRISTMAS CAROL. Scrooge sees the air filled with phantoms. Illustration by Arthur Rackham for Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol

Background imageCaroling Collection: ELIZABETH OF RUMANIA (1843-1916). Princess of Wied and writer under the pseudonym Carmen Sylva

ELIZABETH OF RUMANIA (1843-1916). Princess of Wied and writer under the pseudonym Carmen Sylva. Queen Consort to Carol I. Photograph, undated

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHRISTMAS CAROLERS. Wood engraving, 1896

CHRISTMAS CAROLERS. Wood engraving, 1896

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1874. Wood engraving, English, 1847

CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1874. Wood engraving, English, 1847

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1855. Glory to God in the highest. Peace on Earth

CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1855. Glory to God in the highest. Peace on Earth. Wood engraving by Ludwig Richter, 1855

Background imageCaroling Collection: BOB CRATCHIT & TINY TIM. Wood engraving from a 19th century American edition of Charles Dickens A

BOB CRATCHIT & TINY TIM. Wood engraving from a 19th century American edition of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol
BOB CRATCHIT & TINY TIM. Wood engraving from a 19th century American edition of Charles Dickens " A Christmas Carol"

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1849. Fishermen singing Christmas carols in Brighton, England

CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1849. Fishermen singing Christmas carols in Brighton, England. Wood engraving, 1849

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHRISTMAS CAROLERS. Wood engraving, 19th century

CHRISTMAS CAROLERS. Wood engraving, 19th century

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1896. The Christmas Carol. Wood engraving, 1896

CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1896. The Christmas Carol. Wood engraving, 1896

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHORUS OF CAROLERS, 1855. At Christmastime: wood engraving, 1855, by Ludwig Richter

CHORUS OF CAROLERS, 1855. At Christmastime: wood engraving, 1855, by Ludwig Richter

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1847. Wood engraving, English, 1847

CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1847. Wood engraving, English, 1847

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1848. Carol singing in the country. Wood engraving, English, 1848

CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1848. Carol singing in the country. Wood engraving, English, 1848

Background imageCaroling Collection: CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1859. Singing Christmas carols outside an English manor house

CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, 1859. Singing Christmas carols outside an English manor house. Wood engraving, 1859

Background imageCaroling Collection: ST. LUCIA DAY. Choir of Swedish girls singing carols on St. Lucia Day

ST. LUCIA DAY. Choir of Swedish girls singing carols on St. Lucia Day, which is celebrated on December 13th

Background imageCaroling Collection: ISN T LIFE WONDERFUL, 1924. Carol Dempster peers out near the end of the line in the D. W

ISN T LIFE WONDERFUL, 1924. Carol Dempster peers out near the end of the line in the D. W
ISN T LIFE WONDERFUL, 1924. Carol Dempster peers out near the end of the line in the D.W. Griffith film, Isn t Life Wonderful

Background imageCaroling Collection: SILENT FILM STILL. Sue Carol and Olive Tell

SILENT FILM STILL. Sue Carol and Olive Tell

Background imageCaroling Collection: CAROL LOMBARD (1908-1942). American actress

CAROL LOMBARD (1908-1942). American actress



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"Captivating Carols: A Timeless Tradition" Step into the enchanting world of caroling, where melodies and lyrics intertwine to create a symphony of holiday cheer. Inspired by Charles Dickens' timeless tale, "A Christmas Carol, " carolers bring joyous harmonies to life, spreading warmth and merriment during this festive season. In Arthur Rackham's captivating illustration, Marley's Ghost appears before Scrooge, setting the stage for a transformative journey through past, present, and future, and is within these haunting encounters that the power emerges – an opportunity for redemption and connection. Edwin Austin Abbey's depiction of Bob Cratchit's Christmas Dinner transports us to a humble yet heartwarming scene. As Tiny Tim joins his father in song, their voices echo with hope and resilience despite adversity. Jessie Willcox Smith beautifully captures this tender moment between father and son in her evocative illustration. Across time and cultures, caroling unites people in celebration. In 1847 England, wood engravings portray groups of merry singers braving winter chills as they spread holiday cheer from door to door. Wassail cups are raised high as wassailing becomes synonymous with joyful revelry. The spirit transcends borders; Nikolai Kornilovich Pimonenko's artwork showcases Ukrainian traditions alive with vibrant colors and exuberant voices echoing through snow-covered streets. Even Louis Prang's charming Christmas card from 1882 encapsulates the essence of merrymaking through its intricate design. As we delve deeper into history with Alexander Stepanovich Pershin’s portrayal of Christmas Eve in the 1910s, we witness how generations have embraced this cherished tradition throughout time - gathering around hearths or strolling under starlit skies while singing songs that resonate across ages. Caroling remains a testament to humanity’s ability to find solace amidst darkness and to share the gift of music, fostering a sense of unity and goodwill.