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Frog & Snail

This illustration comes from a little book called 'Where have you been?' by Margaret Brown. Published in 1952 by Scholastic in the USA. The pictures are by Barbara Cooney

How to access a million stunning, copyright-free antique illustrations from the British Library

The 17th- through 19th-century images have been used on rugs, album covers, gift tags, a mapping project, and an art installation at the Burning Man festival in Nevada, among other things.

Nesting Birds and Slinky Cats

Hope you all had a wonderful Easter Weekend. Our kiddos were out of town, so we had a really quiet, low-key weekend. We did go out Saturday night to our fave Italian spot, but that was about the size of it. About the most exciting thing going on around here at the moment is out on the back upper deck. There are a couple of noisy house wren's and they've been busy putting together an intricate little nest inside one of my derelict birdhouses. A while back I was trying to shift some vintage…

British Library digitised image from page 568 of "The Works of John Milton in verse and prose, printed from the original editions, with a life of the author by ... J. Mitford"

Image taken from: Title: "The Works of John Milton in verse and prose, printed from the original editions, with a life of the author by ... J. Mitford" Author(s): Milton, John, 1608-1674 [person] ; Mitford, John, vicar of Benhall [person] British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store 12270.g.1" Page: 568 (scanned page number - not necessarily the actual page number in the publication) Place of publication: London (England) Date of publication: 1851 Publisher: W. Pickering Type of resource…

Turpin - Sea Shells - Handcolored Antique Print - Village Antiques

Antique Handcolored Engravings of sea shells From Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles by Pierre Jean Francis Turpin, published in France by

James Hannandale

The bookplate of James Hannandale, in the collection of Daniel Fearing. Designed by R. Hope in 1896. Country: UK. Dimensions: 15.5 x 9.4. Features: rod, reel, line, creel; flask; two women; crest with rose. Motto: Quod Honestum Utile. Type: bookplate. In the Fearing Angling collection.

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“My images evoke abstracted biomorphic forms that focus from macro to micro proportional relations of the body. My sources of inspiration are antique illustrations of anatomy that I rework as imagined abstract forms.” Watch the full time lapse of Rebecca throughout her Acrylic Ink residency now.
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