The Boston Sunday Herald vintage poster - Vintage illustration poster of a woman wearing all black, reading a newspaper, on a terracota background with red flowers. This poster was created in art nouveau style by Ethel Reed around 1895 - 1901. Vintage illustrations can give your walls an elegant touch and they go well with any style of home decor. These posters can be a great accent for any room. Try mixing them with other types of posters to create an interesting gallery wall.
Download and print it yourself - easy!
Download immediately after purchase.
4 files for printing in 20+ sizes.
High-resolution 300-dpi JPG files.
You may print this art from home, at a local print shop, or use an online printing service.
Print on any material you like: paper, canvas, wood, etc.
Personal use only - sharing and commercial resale is prohibited.
What you’ll receive:
1 .zip file containing 4 JPG files for printing in the following sizes:
printing sizes (in inches)
4x5 8x10 12x15 16x20
6x8 9x12 12x16 15x20 18x24
4x6 6x9 8x12 10x15 12x18 16x24 20x30 24x36
A1 A2 A3 A4 A5
Please remember that the quality of your print will depend on the type of printer and paper used. Colors may be slightly different depending on your monitor and color settings.
Frame not included. Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. A statement in any room, each poster is giclée-printed on archival, acid-free paper that yields brilliant prints to brighten up any room.
Smooth, thick and durable, acid-free archival matte paper
Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
Giclée printing quality
Carefully wrapped and shipped in a sturdy triangular cardboard box.