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A Christmas Alphabet by Blue Lantern Studio, collects century old images of winter and the holiday. It's beautiful.
Cooper Edens and Harold Darling does a similar collection for Clement Moore's The Night Before Christmas. Hmmm, I'm not even going to try to find the right touchstone for the book. You can find it from the author page.
My girls and I always loved Raymond Briggs Father Christmas and Father Christmas goes on Holiday.
Jason Cockcroft's illustrations for Room for a Little One are just gorgeous. Moody and expressive and full of magical light.
The one I want to show you is Humphrey's First Christmas, written and illustrated by Carol Heyer:
What are some of your favorites?
Two other old favorites are Jan Pienkowski's Christmas: King James Version, with Pictures and Maud and Miska Petersham's The Christ Child.
I only have the small version of Pienkowski. His graceful and detailed silhouettes are backed with glorious colors.
I continue to collect the Petersham book, as it is so old that condition of the pages is an issue. But the colors are saturated, the compositions elegant.