Butterflies illustration of the Nouveau Larousse illustré, Adolphe Millot, public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Butterflies illustration of the Nouveau Larousse illustré, Adolphe Millot, public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Illustrated initials from a German fairytale book (1919) | The Public Domain Review

ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi: “ Illustrated Initials from ‘Deutsche Märchen seit Grimm’ (German Fairytales since Grimm), a German Fairytale Book from ” Love how the lady in the lower-left.

6 Free Websites For Public Domain Images & Free Stock Photos

6 Free Websites For Public Domain Images & Free Stock Photos

Public Domain images are 'publicly available' and not covered by intellectual property or copyrights. There are many stock photography websites out there.

All you wanted to know about public domain works - and why we can't expect new works until 2019 in the U.S.

All you wanted to know about public domain works (infographic)

As authors, our clients often refer back to previous writers works. There are plenty of historical fiction, fantasy and steampunk that include characters from previous fiction.

Compendium Of Demonology and Magic (ca. 1775) | The Public Domain Review

Compendium rarissimum totius Artis Magicae sistematisatae per celeberrimos Artis hujus Magistros - 1775

Reusable Art - site with public domain images that have been rescued from old books, magazines and other print material.

Printable~Reusable Art - site with public domain images that have been rescued from old books, magazines and other print material.

With its novel vignettes and its use of a camera obscura in the production of the plates, William Cheselden’s lavishly illustrated Osteographia or the Anatomy of the Bones, is recognized as a landmark in the history of anatomical illustration.

William Cheselden Human Anatomy Print : "Side View of a Praying Skeleton" (Osteographia, - Giclee Fine Art Reproduction

This is very cool: A collection of free downloadable public domain images for crafters and web designers that have been rescued from old books, magazines, and other print materials. All of the images in this collection are copyright free in the United States and any country that extends copyrights up to 70 years after the death of the original artist making them in the public domain and free to use in your next scrapbook page, notecard or other craft projects.

A pretty white cat peers out an open window and looks ready to escape in this vintage colored drawing.

Pinterest
Search