Maud Lewis Canada Post Stamps

$4.93

Canada Post's 2020 Holiday stamps feature three Maus Lewis' art works from the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia's permeant collection: Winter Sleigh Ride, Team of Oxen in Winter, and Family and Sled. Send a festive note this holiday season on these special edition postcards!  

Maud Lewis: Booklet of 12 Permanent™ Domestic rate stamps

Send festive holiday greetings with this booklet of 12 Permanent™ domestic rate stamps. The stamps capture the spirit of the season with a reproduction of Winter Sleigh Ride (circa early 1960s) by Maud Lewis, one of Canada’s most beloved folk artists.

Maud Lewis: Booklet of 6 U.S. rate stamps

Send festive holiday greetings with this booklet of six U.S. rate stamps. The stamps capture the spirit of the season with a reproduction of Team of Oxen in Winter (1967) by Maud Lewis, one of Canada’s most beloved folk artists.

Maud Lewis: Booklet of 6 International rate stamps

Send festive holiday greetings with this booklet of six international rate stamps. The stamps capture the spirit of the season with a reproduction of Family and Sled (circa 1960s) by Maud Lewis, one of Canada’s most beloved folk artists.

Maud Lewis: Souvenir Sheet

Containing all three stamps from our Maud Lewis issue, this souvenir sheet celebrates the work of one of Canada’s most beloved folk artists. This vibrant collectible features three of Lewis’ seasonal paintings: Winter Sleigh Ride (on the Permanent™ rate stamp), Team of Oxen in Winter (U.S. rate stamp), and Family and Sled (international rate stamp), as well as a detail of her Three Black Cats (1955).

Maud Lewis: Souvenir Sheet Official First Day Cover

Containing all three stamps from our Maud Lewis issue, this souvenir sheet Official First Day Cover celebrates the work of one of Canada’s most beloved folk artists. This vibrant collectible features three of Lewis’ seasonal paintings: Winter Sleigh Ride (on the Permanent™ rate stamp), Team of Oxen in Winter (U.S. rate stamp) and Family and Sled (international rate stamp), as well as a detail of her Three Black Cats (1955). The cancel location is Digby, Nova Scotia.