Small Size Sample Image
This is an example of a typical "Small" size image. "Small" images have an
average resolution of 350 x 500 pixels (see below for typical printing sizes).
For larger uses, you'll need to go to the
Large size images.
You can purchase and download our vintage images from one of 3 sources:
Compare these 3 Image Download Services
- SmugMug - Best service for purchases of 1 to 20 images (no subscription required). Prices for personal use downloads start at only $1.89 each; commercial or business use licenses start at only $6.95 each; you can also orders prints for as little as $0.41 each. Image downloads are available in Medium ("Low-Res"), large ("Hi-Res"), and "Original" sizes (usually bigger than "large").
- iCLIPART - Best service for frequent user of clip art for personal use (or who have limited, small business use). One-month (unlimited downloads) subscription prices start at $19.95. Images are available only in
medium sizes. Prints are not available.
- Shutterstock - Best service for frequent users of clip art for business or commercial use. One-month (up to 25 downloads per day) subscription price is $249. Images are available in all sizes - Small, medium, large, and "Super" (2X "large"). Prints are not available.
Please feel free to download this image. (Right click on the image and choose "save as" to your hard drive, if you are a Windows user; or click on the image and drag it to you desktop if you are a Macintosh user.) NOTE: Even though this image is a free sample, you are NOT allowed to resell or redistribute this image to a third party. However, you may use this image on your Web site IF you credit ''Victorian Traditions'' and give a link to our Victorian Traditions home page.
Image Information: This our cropped version of William-Adolphe Bouguereau's "The Abduction of Psyche" (1895). Contact us for a large, high-resolution, uncropped (showing her feet) version.
Printing this image: Once you download this image, you can import it into any word processing program This image is currently preset to 150 dpi (more technically correct would be: 150 "pixels" per inch, rather than "dots per inch"), and will print to size of about 2.3 inches by 3.3 inches. If you use an image editing program (like Photoshop) to change the pixels-per-inch resolution, you'll get the following size combinations:
|1.2" x 1.7" @ 300 dpi ||super-high printing quality (used in commercial printing)
|2.3" x 3.3" @ 150 dpi ||very good printing quality for inkjet and laser (or "good" to "acceptable" quality in commercial printing)
|3.5" x 5.0" @ 100 dpi ||good printing quality for inkjet and laser
|4.9" x 6.9" @ 72 dpi ||best for Web use or "acceptable" printing quality for inkjet and laser (this is the print size you will get if you print this image right now using your Web browser, with the "page setup" set to "100%").
NOTE: Even though this image is a free sample, you are NOT allowed to resell or redistribute this image to a third party. However, you may use this image on your Web site IF you credit ''Victorian Traditions'' and give a link to our Victorian Traditions home page.