Black and White Flowers

A growing collection of black and white flower images. These vintage flower illustrations are not colorized and could be used as they appear now or colorized via an image editing program or by hand.

I think these are some of the most useful flower drawings for scrapbooking and mixed media art. Images of black and white flowers can be used exactly like they’ve been found or turned into any color found in the rainbow. Great for coloring book elements too!

These flower black and white images are perhaps more versatile than their colored counterparts and could easily be used to create embroidery designs, rubber stamps or stationary.

Astilbe Drawing

Vintage astilbe drawing with a pair of flower stalks and a number of leaves. Black and white, public domain engraving, suitable for printing and coloring.

vintage tulip engraving

Tulip Engraving

Tulip engraving used as a decorative element on a page of a nursery catalog from 1893. Single flower and leaves. Great coloring image or page element.

vintage tulip drawing

Tulip Drawing

Sweet black and white flower drawing from an 1893 seed catalog. Tulip drawing and engraving large enough to colorize and make your own.

Bluebell Flowers Drawing

Looking for a great coloring image to add to a collage or other art? This bluebell flowers drawing is all vintage and just waiting for you to add your magic touch.

Anemone Flowers

Lovely anemone flowers drawing from 1859. The black and white flowers and leaves, shaped a bit like a floral swag are just waiting for you to colorize them.

Imperial Dahlia Drawing

Great vintage image for a coloring page, an imperial dahlia drawing from 1867. Big beautiful flower with leaves and buds. Public domain and free to download.

Artistic Flowers

Vintage 1870 artistic flowers drawing. Black and white, dramatic and bold flower image to use in your own projects. 2 flowers and leaves in bold fashion.

Black and White Chrysanthemums

Dramatic black and white chrysanthemums drawing with white flowers on a dark background. The 1890 variety were described as new single painted daisies.

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