And then there were 4. Four letter Q drawings. I wish there were more but they are a bit hard to find. This one is from an 1885 book that was published in Spanish. If I remember my high school Spanish correctly, they use the letter Q to start a sentence far more often than we do. Anyway, without an identified illustrator and with the date of publication, we know this letter image is in the public domain.
It looks a bit clunky at this size, but, if you make it smaller I think it looks nicer. I’ve left it at the larger size to provide you with more options.
This letter Q drawing was done completely in black on a white background. The black letter Q is decorated with a single flower on a stem with leaves. The flower reminds me of a Texas bluebonnet.
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.