This themed downloadable image collection contains 82 great-quality illustrations, all of which can be used for practically anything you want to, as many times as you like, without paying royalties or commissions to anyone!
All of these beautiful images are out of copyright and in the public domain in the UK, US and all countries that follow the same copyright rules - this means that even COMMERCIAL USE is absolutely fine!
All of the illustrations in this collection are by M.T. Ross (1881-1937) from Elizabeth Gordon's 1912 Bird Children book. These pictures are great for teaching young children about birds.
M.T. Ross, who was affectionately nicknamed "Penny", was an illustrator and comic artist in the early twentieth century. He lived in Oak Park, Illinois and had his studio in downtown Chicago. He was one of the first co-workers of Walt Disney, as well as a close friend of R.F. Outcault, with whom he developed 'Buster Brown'. M.T. "Penny" Ross moved to Southern California in 1926 to work for RKO and other studios as a set designer.
He created the newspaper comic 'Mamma's Angel Child' around 1913. It became extremely popular and was syndicated in 25 major newspapers nationwide for fifteen years. He illustrated children's books like 'The Flower Babies Book', 'The Flower Children', 'Butterfly Babies' (written by Elizabeth Gordon), 'Bird Children' and 'Animal Children'.
The images in this collection range from 2028 pixels wide/tall to 3382px wide/tall with only one image being smaller than this.
Create card-making and scrap-booking embellishments and backgrounds, prints for framing, postcards, bookmarks, notelets, tags, calendars, stationery, place-mats, t-shirts, mugs, key-rings, jigsaws, fridge magnets, mouse-mats and so much more.
Anything you make can be for your own use or for sale - use the images over and over again without restriction!
Teachers/lecturers - use these lovely illustrations in a slideshow to show your class as part of an art history lesson, or print them out to make collage items for your pupils' projects.
Designers - why spend time creating images to make your products from when you can use ready-made images instead?
All that we ask is that you don't sell the collection, as a whole or in part, as raw digital images in a similar way to ourselves. Simple!