19th Century Painting for Collage, Scrapbooking or Card Making: Spring by Henry John Yeend King


“That is one good thing about this world...there are always sure to be more springs.”
― L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Avonlea

19th century painting called "Spring" by English artist Henry John Yeend King (1855 - 1924). I found the original file on Wikimedia Commons here. This artwork is considered public domain and has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law. I have cropped part of the image and bumped up the intensity of the colours. If you like my version, you can download the 7.5" x 10" @ 300 ppi JPEG here. Useful for scrapbooking, card making or other graphic design projects.

19th Century Painting for Altered Art or Scrapbooking: A Visit to the Witch by Edward Frederick Brewtnall

“Never put your faith in a Prince. When you require a miracle, trust in a Witch.”
― Catherynne M. Valente, In the Night Garden

A 19th century painting from 1882 entitled "A Visit to the Witch" by English artist Edward Frederick Brewtnall (1846 - 1902). I found the original file on Wikimedia Commons here. This artwork is considered public domain and has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law. You can download my altered 10" x 17" @ 72 ppi (screen resolution) version here if you would like to use it in a collage or design project.

Victorian Fashion Illustration for Collage, Scrapbooking or Card Making: Steampunk-Worthy Ladies' Hussar Jacket from October 1897


Antique black and white fashion illustration from an October 1897 issue of The Delineator. The dressy top-garment here shown elegantly made of velvet and miroir moiré is an Eton jacket or coat fashionably known as the Hussar jacket. It is closely fitted by a center seam, underarm gores and single bust darts and is closed invisibly at the center of the front, where the lower edge is becomingly pointed. The fronts are elaborately trimmed with jet passementerie and the wrists of the coat sleeves are decorated to match. Over the coat sleeves, circular bell sleeves, box-plaited at the top, hang in large flutes and are trimmed with two knife-plaited ruffles of chiffon. Chiffon is also formed in a stylish ruche that is arranged about the flaring Medici collar and secured at the throat with ribbon ties. The felt braid hat is low-crowned and is trimmed with tips, a bird of Paradise aigrette and a silk rosette. You can download the high-res 5” x 6.25” @ 300 ppi JPEG without a watermark here.

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