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The following graphics are free and to the best of my knowledge they are in the public domain. Click on the image to see it full size.

 

 
 

 This Victorian woman is a paper doll from the 1800s.
 

 From the book The Civil War Through the Camera

Written by Professor Henry W. Elson, - published by McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie in 1912.
 

Fort Sumter
 

From the book Airplanes And Elementary Engineering

  Written by Daniel J. Brimm Jr. - published by International Textbook Company in 1939
 

Biplane Diagram
 

 Joseph W. Wright

 (England)
 
Katherine Parr 6th Wife of Henry VIII
 

 Deathwish Piano Movers from Brookline, Massachusetts

 

 Taken by me and included here because the name just cracked me up!
 

Deathwish Piano Movers
 

 Theodore Grust

 

  (Germany)
 

A Dutch Girl
 

 Frederick Morgan

 (England)
 

The Tired Gleaners
 

 About the graphics on this page

A Dutch Girl by Theodore Grust and The Tired Gleaners by Frederick Morgan are from the book Art And Artists Of All Nations - published in 1895. Theodore Grust: born 27 August 1859 in Meissen, Germany. A painter best known for small town genre. He attend the Dresden Academy and was a pupil of Theodore Grosses. During his life he travelled to Munich, Belgium and the Netherlands. In 1909 he returned to Meissen and was instumental in the preservation of the Porzellan-Manufaktur, Meissen, a porcelain factory which is world famous and the first porcelain manufactory in Europe, founded in 1710 in the late Gothic Albrechtburg Castle. There are several websites that mention Frederick Morgan or have some prints of his art for sale. It is very hard to find anything of Grust.

Katherine Parr is from the book The Queens Of England. It was written by Alice Strickland and published in 1851. There is some information on Jospeh Wright, the artist, on the internet.

Fort Sumter is from The Civil War Through the Camera and is also in the Descendants of David Evans.

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This page last updated March 21. 2010