Sign up for the Newsletter Shop the Collection. A couple of years ago, I shared this post about an incredible resource for printing vintage botanical art prints — Botanicus — the free, Web-based encyclopedia of digitized botanical literature from the Missouri Botanical Garden Library. Hello Biodiversity Heritage Library!
Switch Background Color curated popular new. Alcedo ispida illustrated by the von Wright brothers. Different types of birds illustrated by Charles Dessalines D' Orbigny
First, let me back up a bit. Anyway, a while back I bought six white frames from Target these are the ones I boughtwith the idea of doing a gallery wall of something colorful to use either in my hallway or in the music room. So I set out to find a series of colorful prints that I could put into my frames.
Explore my ever-growing gallery of vintage bird illustrations then choose and download your favourite images for media, art or craft projects. All images have been edited in Photoshop to make them suitable for re-use in other projects. If you like birds you may also be interested in my gallery of vintage animals.
I've included several variations for various uses from collage to digital design. These are DPI twice the size as originals. Extended License: You are free to use these files in any way but if you plan to sell digital or physical products they must be incorporated into your own new, unique design and provided in a way that they can not be extracted in their original state for re-use.
I know part of it is their ability to take wing and fly up among the tree tops. Perhaps it is how there are so many different kinds and the color of their feathers truly encompasses the full rainbow. It seems many of the mixed media artists are incorporating bird and.
ALSO 20in. Supplied in. Part 2 comprises some 77 different selections from Volume 3, but in large format this time, being 20 inches on their longest side yet still dpi and therefore enlargeable even further if a large format printer is available. These are supplied in the.
John James Audubon was an ornithologist and painter who was responsible for one of the most important, beautiful and expensive colour plate books ever published. Possibly the greatest bird artist of all, Audubon's The Birds of America was issued in Edinburgh and London between and He would use his gift for drawing and affinity for birds to document the species of North America in life-size prints, and thereby restore his dignity and fortune.