Isn’t this a lovely block print image? It’s over 200 years old. The detail is amazing. It was scanned at 400dpi, so you could easily make it larger without losing too much of the details.
The rose bush is in full bloom and leaning against what looks like a barn. It’s by a path in what looks like someone’s back yard. Other plants and flowers line the path and the entire yard is surrounded by a wooden stockade fence. I love how the individual boards are rough cut and create a jagged line across the top of the fence. If you look closely, it looks like there might be a tricycle next to the fence and one of the roses looks a bit like it has a smiley face.
John Bewick created this and the other illustrations I found in The Blossoms of Morality from 1795.
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.