This is one of several lovely drawings that were somewhat hidden in a, 1867 French work about flowers. Mixed between more dramatic colorized fantasy drawings were a series of black and white prints that are truly worth taking notice of.
This flower lined path looks so inviting. With large trees in the background, flowering bushes and a patch of blooming iris – it just exudes life and color – even in its current colorless state. Oh how lovely it would look with some added color. The path takes a slight turn as it curves away from a small river or stream and takes the imagination to a cool and shady spot under the trees.
Don’t let the relatively small size of the drawing you see here fool you. To save a bit of bandwidth and keep the page looking tidy, I’ve only shared a smaller version of the drawing with you here. If you want to save this flower lined path drawing for your own project, just click on the drawing to be taken to the biggest size we have.
This image is copyright free and in the public domain anywhere that extends copyrights 70 years after death or at least 120 years after publication when the original illustrator is unknown.