Vintage Landscape Images

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Sailboats on Lake Ponchartrain

This sailboat picture is a vintage color postcard of a yacht race on Lake Ponchartrain that runs from New Orleans to Gulfport, MS each year.

London Bridge

London Bridge as it was over 450 years ago. This English landscape drawing would be great for a mixed media art piece or other project needing a cityscape.

Old St. Paul’s Cathedral

This vintage English landscape drawing is of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London prior to the Great Fire of London in 1666. It is by the Flemish artist Antonie van den Wyngaerde.

Billingsgate Sketch

This almost 400 year old drawing of Billingsgate, a ward of London, depicts a pretty water-side town. I think it would work great as a historical town image.

California Outline Postcard

This vintage California postcard is so much fun. In the shape of the state, it displays many of the state’s most popular vacation destinations in the 1950

York Beach

Vintage, public domain American landscape vacation postcard of the Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine at sunset by Tichnor Bros. Incorporated.

The Swallow Falls, Bettws-y-Coed

Vintage English landscape painting of The Swallow Falls (Rhaeadr Ewynnol in Welsh) in Bettws-y-Coed in Wales depicting the falls and the surrounding countryside.

Shrewsbury House, Chester

Landscape painting of Shewsbury House (now Bear & Billet Public House) in Chester, Cheshire England – a famous and historically important black and white half timbered building.

Lichfield Cathedral

Vintage landscape painting of Lichfield Cathedral in England. The site oft the Cathedral has been a Christian place of worship for over 1300 years.

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