Art & Architecture™ Series

An exclusive series that crosses over village brands. Chritmas In the City brings to your home, New York City's "The Chrysler Building", Frank Lloyd Wright's "The Heurtley House" and the famous painting "Nighthawks" in 3D. New England Village introduces the famous Farm couple "American Gothic". Across the globe in Alpine Village we bring you "Neuschwanstein Castle". We hope you enjoy this beautiful new collection of Art & Architecture.


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The Chrysler Building - 4030342
23 in H
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Christmas In The City - a collection from Department 56, this series captures the elegance of the city. The Chrysler Building, a beautiful rendition of one of New York's most magnificent buildings. Hand-crafted & hand-painted porcelain lit building.
Frank Lloyd Wright Robie House - 6000570
14.25 in H
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Considered one of the best examples of his prairie style architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House was built in the Hyde Park neighborhood near Chicago. Completed in 1910, Robie House was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1967.
The Singer Building - 6000569
19.25 in H
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This 47-story office building was the tallest building in the world upon completion in 1908. Designed by Earnest Flagg, it’s a wonderful example of the early Beaux-Arts architectural style, located in Lower Manhattan, New York City.
American Gothic, Set of 2 - 4056684
5.79 in H
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Inspired by perhaps one of the most famous American paintings “American Gothic” by Grant Wood, this set of 2 includes the well know farm couple. Designed in the Carpenter Gothic architectural style the house was built in the 1880s.
FLW Heurtley House - 4054987
5.32 in H
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Heurtley offers a prime example of the Prairie Style Homes made famous by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Completed in 1902 in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park, Illinois, iconic features include the low pitch roof, broad eves and wide porches.
Nighthawks - 4050911
8.27 in H
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Inspired by the famous painting of the same title from artist Edward Hopper, our artist provides insight to his vision of the rest of the building that holds the famous window scene. Peek through the window and view the mini 3-D version of Nighthawks.
Neuschwanstein Castle - 4044781
12 in H
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Built in the late 19th century by Ludwig II of Bavaria, this iconic landmark is visited by millions of visitors from all over the world each year. It was the inspiration for Disney's Sleeping Beauty Castle and the name translates to "Swanstone Castle".
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