Clean line drawing of a white swan. Well, maybe we should call this pretty bird image a drawing of a beige swan since the swan is one a beige background. I’m sure that it wouldn’t be too hard for you to change the background or even the line color on this image. With its wings extended above it’s back, this swan appears to be showing off its plumage as it floats along in the water. This swan drawing is simple enough that it could easily be used for an emblem or logo as well.
Thomas E. Hill must have spent years writing his book Hill’s Album of Biography and Art. It was published in 1882 with hundreds of wonderful illustrations and what appear to be stock print foundry images. Over 200 of them can be found here on Reusable Art.
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