Lunagirl PictureBooks: Caldecott's Nursery Books. 16 Complete Books in digital format. Illustrations and text pages.
100s of images taken from the complete collection of 16 antique Caldecott nursery books, printable for cards crafts altered art scrapbooking.
Randolph Caldecott's picture books were among the favorites during the Golden Age of Illustration. Although most people are aware of the prestigious Caldecott Medal, awarded annually to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children, and the Caldecott Honor Book awards, fewer are familiar with the artist for whom it was deservedly named. Every Christmas, from 1878 until his death in 1886 at the early age of 39 Caldecott released two picture books of nursery rhymes or stories. Each Christmas the release of the two books was eagerly anticipated, as Caldecott delighted the 19th century public with his exquisite illustrations of nursery rhymes and childhood stories. The Complete Caldecott contains all 16 Nursery books by Randolph Caldecott.
Titles in this collection:
- A Frog He Would A-Wooing Go
- Sing a Song of Sixpence
- Hey Diddle Diddle & Baby Bunting
- The Queen of Hearts
- The Farmer's Boy
- Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross
- The Milkmaid
- The House That Jack Built
- The Great Panjandrum Himself
- Mrs. Mary Blaize
- The Babes in the Woods
- The Diverting History of John Gilpin
- The Mad Dog
- The Three Jovial Huntsmen
- The Fox Jumps Over the Parson's Gate
- Come Lasses & Lads
Lunagirl Images has digitalized many favorite children's books from the late 1800s, and put them in a beautiful browsing program. Browse the books page by page or scan through always visible scrolling thumbnail images. The focus is on the illustrations themselves, so that the reader can easily print out any and all of the pictures. You can of course print out the pages of text as well if you want to create facsimiles of the original books. The colorful illustrations, rendered by the most famous picture book artists of the time, have a WOW factor sadly lacking in most modern illustrations.
Use these Victorian Era prints to decorate the nursery or classroom. Older children and adults will enjoy them as well.
Great for card making and jewelry, as well as gift tags, and labels for handcrafted items. These classic illustrations are lovely for ornaments, primitives, decoupage & other paper crafts. Use in fabric crafts or to make kitchen magnets. Add to your scrapbooking pages, altered art, collage, and mixed media. Makes a wonderful & unique gift for anyone who uses vintage or antique styles in arts and crafts.
Using These Images
DOWNLOAD: Images will be sent in a zipped file.
COPY & PASTE INTO YOUR IMAGE-EDITING SOFTWARE TO EDIT. Can be printed directly onto any paper, card stock, tissue, vellum, transparencies, stickers, labels, even fabric transfers to make quilt designs and embroidery patterns for personal use. Whatever will work in your printer!
ALL IMAGES ARE 300 DPI.
Images are JPG. They are 1500-1800 pixels on the longest side. This will be approximately 5 - 6 inches when printed at 300 dpi, or twice that size at 150 dpi (can be resized before printing, down to very small). Samples may be smaller than actual images. Images are NOT watermarked.
Dos and Don'ts
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You may print unlimited copies of images or collage sheets for your own non-commercial personal or educational use, and alter them for your own non-commercial use as well. Please note that this permission is for you, the purchaser, only (images may not be forwarded to others).
You are welcome to sell your one-of-a-kind altered art and handmade items that incorporate these images (if your work is sold or displayed online or published in a magazine, blog, etc., include credit to Lunagirl.com).
Images may not be resold or redistributed, and there are limits on commercial use (see full license/terms for details).
Use in commercial graphic design, professional advertising or marketing, or media production, creation of design resources for sale, or sale of craft supplies, unaltered prints, or items in large numbers, requires permission and/or additional commercial use license.