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Choose from 962 pictures in our Holly and Mistletoe collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Christmas Eve - about 1460 by Pauline Baynes Featured Holly and Mistletoe Print

Christmas Eve - about 1460 by Pauline Baynes

Christmas Eve, as celebrated in 1460 with children bringing in holly and the Yule Log to be lit on Christmas Day, and other joining in a last minute carol practice, while the lord of the manor sends his seasonable gifts of cheer and goodwill to the poor tenants. A holly wreath hangs from the weathercock and inside, a kissing bough is being fixed in place, the table linen, pewter and gold plate is arranged in readiness for the next day and one of the ladies carries a Twelfth Night cake which will be cut to mark the end of the Christmas celebrations

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Twelfth Night characters - Miss Mistletoe, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Holly and Mistletoe Print

Twelfth Night characters - Miss Mistletoe, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Twelfth Night characters - Miss Mistletoe, 1844. Character from William Shakespeare's play "Twelfth Night, or What You Will", written as entertainment for the last day of the Christmas season. I am Miss Misletoe - ha! what now! Do you come and kiss me under the bough! If thus my lips of their dew you chizzle, Why Miss Mistletoe on her toe must mizzle!'. From a supplement to the From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Great Expectations: The Dickens Christmas Spirit by Matania Featured Holly and Mistletoe Print

Great Expectations: The Dickens Christmas Spirit by Matania

A Dickensian Christmas as imagined by the Italian-born artist, Fortunino Matania, who in his later career concentrated on historical genre subjects. This scene from the 1840s shows women in crinoline dresses arriving at a house. As they venture through a doorway, two gentlemen lie in wait, presumably to take advantage of the bunch of mistletoe hanging above. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans