What a special treat to be able to enjoy these gorgeous works of art dating as far back as the early 1700’s! This collection group especially brings a smile to my face because all but the “Bottle Gourd” can be found around our little homestead in the hollow. Please let me know if you print these for your home. I would love to see how they look in your beautiful spaces!
This group of prints from From the New York Public Library Digital Collections reminds me of all the beauty of the fall season. If you would like to showcase these beauties in your home, simply right click on photo and download, save as, or save photo to your computer and then print when you are ready. Make sure to change your settings to “quality” to get the best prints. You can also search the website source links for other vintage art created by the same artists. All printables shared at GracefullyHome.com are for personal use only.
Giorgio Gallesio (Pear)
Depending on how large you want your print, will determine how much extra you will end up paying for your print if you go with the professional printing option. You can build your own DiY picture frame, unique poster mount, or head over to your favorite frame shop. I like to shop Goodwill and see if I can find an inexpensive old frame that will fit the print.
Giorgio Gallesio (Apple)
I love that you can customize the size to fit your space or project! You can print these out with a smaller size, attache them with some twine and make a homemade banner.
Giorgio Gallesio (Figs)
I can’t wait to get these printed and hung up after our hallway walls are painted and we install some wainscoting. Stay tune for that project in the near future!
Giorgio Bonelli (Bottle Gourd)
I see a lot of these types of gourds around the farms of the local Amish and Mennonite communities. Such a fun shape! They apparently make good bird houses.
Giorgio Gallesio (Pupina Apple)
Giorgio Bonelli (Cocuzza Bitorzoluta)
Adolphe Millot (legume et plante potagères)
If you prefer a lighter tone to match your color scheme, here is this version. I love them both! These two were found at the Wikimedia Commons.
What gorgeous talent! I hope that you enjoyed seeing this fall collection. I know how making a house a home can become costly as projects and accessories add up, so I hope that you will find these helpful in giving you the same stylish look, but without the high dollar price tag. I will be adding more FREE printables to the blog soon. Happy decorating!