Antique Landscape Oil Painting Printable Art

A set of two antique landscape oil painting printables for free download that you can print from home and frame for instant wall decor.

I cannot believe how long it’s been since I shared some printable art around here! New goal for 2021: Share more printable art. Are y’all down for that?

Every so often, I like to flip through public domain archives to find the perfect art that would look pretty framed on a wall in our home. (P.S. If you want to see how to find free art this way, you can find the how-to here.)

Since it had been a while since I updated the art at the end of our upstairs hallway, it felt like a good time. With spring around the corner and green leaves popping up on the trees, I was craving lush, leafy landscapes.

Antique Landscape Oil Paintings Free Printable Art and hallway decor

By the way… have you been around these parts long enough to remember when it looked like this?

hallway before

This is the wall right beside our bedroom, so it’s the very last thing I see before going to bed every night. Art really does set the mood in a room, and both of these art prints just felt peaceful to me. They deserved a spot right here.

Antique Landscape Oil Paintings Free Printable Art and Hallway Decor

The art prints I found are called “The Heart of the Andes” by Frederic Edwin Church and “Birch Grove” by Berndt Lindholm.

Antique Landscape Oil Paintings Free Printable Art and Hallway Decor

I cleaned up the images in Lightroom and reformatted them, then just printed them at Walgreens, but they could just as easily be printed on your home printer, if you wanted to do it that way.

You can download the art printables by clicking here or the button below to subscribe:

(If you’re already a subscriber, the direct download to the printable checklist is in your inbox and at the bottom of every email I send.)

I think I might put this picture light above the two frames to make this little corner feel more like a gallery, but I haven’t gotten that far yet. What do ya think?

Antique Landscape Oil Paintings Free Printable Art and Hallway Decor

If you want more art printables to pop into a frame, you can find some of my favorite past ones here:

And if you want to know about any of the sources in our hallway, you can find them all here:

  • Wall color: Benjamin Moore Classic Gray
  • Trim color: Benjamin Moore Simply White
  • Door color: Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron
  • Plant Stand (thrifted DIY)
  • Faux Plant
  • Frames
  • Runner

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8 Comments

  1. I love your home and all the tips and advice you share. Sometimes it seems on some blogs that the women do not want to share say, a paint color or where they purchased something. I appreciate you being so giving and helpful. I would do the same thing. Thank you for all the great insight and beauty!

  2. Absolutely fabulous. You did everything outstanding in this space. I love love love it all. Thanks for sharing

  3. Hey Laura! Tried the link and it took me to Instagram and pictures of sports. Possibly wrong link or is my old age getting to me.

  4. Absolutely amazing what a little paint can do to a space! Yes, I remember the original. Love the prints AND the link for more free prints on the internet. Thanks so much. How y’all do everything you do with two little ones continues to amaze me!

  5. Looks great. The art draws your eye to the end of the hall and invites you to come in.
    I like learning — what did you do to these in Lightroom? Would love to know the details.

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