Lush allegorical ladies, Grecian maids and Victorian maidens, Indians, Japanese, dancers, housewives, courtesans; women dancing, smiling, working, weeping, flirting — an unusually rich sourcebook of feminine poses and activities, costumes, clothing, everyday life, and much more. Images selected... read more
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Food and Drink by Jim Harter Over 350 illustrations of different foods, people eating, utensils, banquets, menus, wine lists. Beautifully reproduced 19th-century line drawings depict every conceivable activity concerned with the preparation, display, and consumption of food and drink.
Harter's Picture Archive for Collage and Illustration by Jim Harter Over 300 authentic, rare 19th-century engravings selected by noted collagist for artists, designers, decoupeurs. Machines, people, animals, more, printed one side of page. 25 scene plates for backgrounds.
Men: A Pictorial Archive from Nineteenth-Century Sources by Jim Harter More than 410 rare royalty-free woodcut engravings of men in every conceivable attitude, costume, activity. Men at work, play, leisure. Eskimos, gladiators, knights, bullfighters, workers, doctors, artists, many more, taken from 19th-century periodicals.
1001 Spot Illustrations of the Lively Twenties by Carol Belanger Grafton Authentic Jazz Age motifs include dashing playboys, frolicking flappers, and other period images, all arranged by categories that include food and drink, gambling, art, shopping, crime, music, romance, sports, and more.
300 Art Nouveau Designs and Motifs in Full Color by Carol Belanger Grafton These 44 full-page, full-color plates display the swirling lines and muted colors typical of Art Nouveau. Various decorative elements: borders, frames, panels, cartouches, dingbats, etc.
400 Traditional Tile Designs in Full Color by Carol Belanger Grafton Spectacular treasury of over 400 royalty-free motifs reprinted from rare 19th- and early-20th-century English, French, and Spanish manufacturers' catalogs. Islamic, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, other designs.
860 Old-Time Silhouettes by Carol Belanger Grafton Comprehensive, immensely useful archive selected from 19th-century sources. Covers men, women, children, music, food and drink, military, animals, many other categories. Largest source of royalty-free silhouette designs available.
Banners, Ribbons and Scrolls by Carol Belanger Grafton This handsome, affordable, and royalty-free collection features over 500 designs of ornamental scroll-work. Selected from authentic 19th-century sources — Cassell's Magazine, Century Magazine, Illustrated London News, and more.
Treasury of Ironwork Designs: 469 Examples from Historical Sources by Carol Belanger Grafton Elaborately wrought designs for gates, fences, finials, banisters, window grilles, bedsteads, cathedral screens, other architectural and decorative appointments, Gothic to Art Nouveau — meticulously rendered in black-and-white drawings reprinted from vintage publications.
Lush allegorical ladies, Grecian maids and Victorian maidens, Indians, Japanese, dancers, housewives, courtesans; women dancing, smiling, working, weeping, flirting — an unusually rich sourcebook of feminine poses and activities, costumes, clothing, everyday life, and much more. Images selected from rare issues of Leslie's Weekly, The London Illustrated News, The Graphic, and more. 488 illustrations.
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