In his suite of 20 watercolors, Romare Bearden reinterpreted scenes from The Odyssey while exploring art history, world history, and the trans-Atlantic slave trade, as well as the "Great Migration" of African Americans within this country. The four images selected for notecards are Circe, Home to Ithaca, Circe Turns a Companion of Odysseus into Swine, and Odysseus Leaves Circe.
notecard set, two sheets from a diptych, depict a group of courtesans and a samurai shooting arrows. (Archery was a refined activity associated with the samurai warrior class; with his shaved forelock and hakama pants, the man kneeling is clearly identified as one.)
The final selection, Postcards from Penguin: One Hundred Book Covers in One Box, might be called "Bibliophiles Delight." You can use them as bookmarks, frame them singly or in groups, tally how many titles are read and unread—or even mail them!