Free Fine Art Landscape Printables – Halloween Edition
These free Halloween landscape printables are a spooky little twist on some fine art landscapes. It’s subtle Halloween decor for all tastes!
Sometimes subtlety is best.
We’re aware that in-your-face Halloween decor has a limited audience and only appeals to a certain type of person (like me), so we try to mix it up each season with some cutesy Halloween crafts.
But just as severed limbs may be too shocking and revolting for some, cutesy crafts are equally revolting for those who run in horror movie circles. There is nothing more unsettling for the horror aficionado than walking into a house in October and seeing a bunch of googly eyes staring out from cute little ghosts and pumpkins.
Gah! Just thinking about it gives me the willies!
But there is a middle ground, you know. There can be decor that satisfies all types of Halloween folk – from the ‘fraidy cats to the fearless.
For the past year, my babes has been curating old landscape paintings from artists long dead. She has recently gained an appreciation for fine art – something she definitely did not have when we met.
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Back in those days, she was a Turkish engineer through and through. To her, art was a silly contrivance and a waste of time (for the artist) and money (for the schlubs who payed for it). But time has softened her stance, and indeed, she’s become quite enamored with some of the Old Masters and those who came after them.
She planned to print and hang some landscapes from the 1800s in our (yet-to-be-finished) dining room, but then she had an idea…
A few ghosts would make those landscapes perfect decor for Halloween!
And because the ghosts are subtle (and not scary), these landscapes are perfect Halloween decor for all.
I can tell you that I love them, and I’m on the extreme end of the spectrum. And though we don’t have any Halloween deniers in this house, I’m pretty sure these ghostly landscapes will appeal to all tastes!
Since Handan has been collecting and curating so many of these beautiful old works, you can also expect us to be sharing them with you from time to time – without ghosts, of course!
And look, maybe there are some for whom even these ghosts are too much.
That’s okay! We got you covered! We’ve also included a ghost-free portrait of a fortune teller…
…And an innocent painting of a solitary witch brewing up something delightful in her cauldron.
As a bonus, we threw in a couple of skulls, because, dammit, I have my limits!
FREE FINE ART LANDSCAPE PRINTABLES – HALLOWEEN EDITION
We designed these free fine art landscape printables in two sizes: 11×14 inch, and 16×20 inch JPGs. As all our JPG files are high resolution, you can scale them up or down as necessary. 16×20 inch scales down to 12×15 / 8×10 / 4×5 inches with no problems. If you need help with scaling down these printables so you can print them on your home printer, then make sure you check out Handan’s “How To Easily Resize Pictures” post.
Note: If you don’t have a large format printer like the Canon i8720 Printer (prints up to 13×19 inches) and are wondering the best place to get these large printables printed bigger than 8×12, we recommend trying Staples in your area or Amazon print shop. Both stores offer custom-sized prints on matte or glossy paper, and they both cost about the same. Staples also offers Engineering Prints, which are really affordable for large-format prints, but in some areas (like ours), they must be ordered from their online print shop.
Do you want ultra-high res versions for large format printing?
If you’d like the highest resolution files for gorgeous large-format prints, please visit our Etsy shop to download some of our most popular printables in 300DPI format. These files will scale beautifully for fantastic large-scale prints at your local print shop. As always, smaller size normal-res printables will be free here in The VIP Patch, while our larger size hi-res files will be available for download on Etsy for a small price.
Now it’s time to download today’s printables – you’ll find them under the “Halloween” and “Vintage Illustrations” section of The VIP Patch.
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LUV THESe…and, dammit, your descriptions!! franki
Thanks, Franki! 😀
Wow! Printing them now from just a “copy image”. My Halloween dollhouse is gonna be styling!!!!! Someday it will be (when done, if ever!) the home of a family that just LOVES Halloween; they are throwing a party. Trick or treaters will be coming up the front walk (including Quasi Modo, a Burger King toy, holding a t or t bag), bathroom towel bars for the hand towels made with plastic doll hands, and an armoire with a little skelly in it! Thank you!
Wow, we need to see that dollhouse when you finish it, Kathy!
I love the pictures but could you remove the ghosts in all of them.
Thank you, Mona – without the ghost it wouldn’t be the Halloween edition. But we’ll be sharing the original art during our guest bedroom makeover for everyone to enjoy! 🙂
If it didn’t have the Ghost it would be just plain ole dumb uninteresting art to you….according to the Comedian Hubby you have!!! I always love reading the blog! Never fails to give me a good chuckle!! Seriously love all your ideas & can’t wait to see the ORC accent wall & beautiful ghost free art! LOL
Blessings & Friendship
LOL! ORC posts coming soon! 🙂
Greg, you crack me up!!!! I love all of the crafts you make: bloody, scary, and cute.
Thank you so much, Marian! 🙂
These are so much fun! I’ve come across old landscape paintings during junking excursions, but it never occurred to me to actually buy one and add a little spooky touch in the background. What a clever idea.
They look so good, don’t they?
These are the best yet! Unfortunately, for some reason the password I saved on Chrome no longer works. If you happen to see this, could you please email me the proper password for your prints? Thank you so much.
Hi Amy, I don’t see your email in our subscriber database. Just sign up, and you’ll receive an email with the password! 👍
How whimsical! Wooooooo! 👻
They really are! 🙂
These cracked me up. I love the quirkiness of adding ghosts to old artwork. Brilliant idea!
Thanks, Laurie! I love those little guys 🙂
I just was browsing and came across the wooden map you had in Barish’s room in Connecticut. Whatever happened to that? It was so cool, I can’t imagine you left it behind somewhere.
Hi Barb, we left that with the house, as taking it down would have peeled off the wall paint and created more work at an already stressful time.