Musée Artistique et Littéraire, Le (page 1/4)


Title: Musée Artistique et Littéraire, Le

Author: Rouam, J. (ed.)

Published by: Libraire De L'Art

City: London & Paris

Date: 1880

Total items: 21

Stock image royalty-free for non-commercial uses only, usage credit required, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: Charmeuse D'Oiseaux]

Charmeuse D’Oiseaux

Dessin de James Bertrand, d’apreès son tableau. [more...] [$]

[picture: Cartouche composé et Gravé Par Mitelli]

Cartouche composé et Gravé Par Mitelli

A very rococo frame or border used as a chapter heading, this cartouche has cherubs on either side, a face laghing in the lower centre, fruits, vines, [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: Blank Cartouche]

Blank Cartouche

A version of the Cartouche from which I have removed the writing in the middle, so it’s blank for use as a frame or very fancy border. [more...] [$]

[picture: Decorative initial L]

Decorative initial L

Lettre composée par Galland. [more...] [$]

[picture: Half-Title Page]

Half-Title Page

The half-title page features an ornate decorative initial "M" available as a separate image. [more...] [$]

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angels animals architecture arrows art backgrounds bare feet beards birds books borders butterflies cartouches cherubs children christmas couples drawings feathers floriated initials forests frames gargoyles greyscale historiated initials infants initials letterl letterm lettern letterq men music musical instruments nativity nudity ornament page images pens people pictures of books religion robes romance roses scholars sculpture sheep sketches sorrow tailpieces title pages trees wallpaper weapons wings women

Places shown:

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Pictures and captions from “Le Musée Artistique et Littéraire: Revue Hebdomadaire Ilustrée” edited by J. Rouam, Paris, 1880. I have Tome IV (volume 4) parts I and II, bound together, obtained at one of those market stalls outside the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris.

I have marked the images as being for non-commercial use only, but see individual items for more details. Copyright in France these days is life+70 years, so the artists from this 1880 book would have had to have died in or before the end of 1938, unless they died on military service (getting an extra 30 years of protection!). However, anonymous works, including works published under a pseudonym, and collective works, last 70 years after publication. As a result, unless otherwise indicated, the works here are out of copyright. Note that moral rights are perpetual and inalienable in France, which does not have a “public domain” like the USA. As a result, you must still credit the artist if it is known (and so must I). The wikipedia article on French copyright is a little misleading when it says that items enter the domaine public, because of this.

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