Welcome to our online collection prints of romance. We offer a wide range of authentic antique prints of romance from the 16th to the 20th centuries. If you need help finding a particular product or if you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us.
Antique print, titled: 'The Monkey-Cupid' - A winged monkey with a garland of roses. He holds a bow while an arrow lies beneath his curled tail (in which a ring and love-knot can be seen).
Antique print, titled: '"Great Skills have they in Palmistry"' - Monkeys dressed as people. Still smiling delightedly in the arms of her newlywed spouse (wearing silk top hat) the bride lets her fortune be told by a palmist (with a baby monkey on her back).
Antique print, titled: '"When first I saw thee graceful move".' - Monkeys dressed as people. A couple in the foreground (she slim and languishing; he singing entranced). A harbour scene with brawl in the background.
Antique print, titled: '"A Fool to pleasure, yet a Slave to fame".' - Monkeys dressed as people. An excessively dressed lady monkey (with pompadour, frills, curls, and a hat dressed with flowers like a field's edge) shies away from the street-urchin (with broom and dustpan). The 'lady's' pug yaps at the other monkey from underneath her skirt. Marked proof...
Antique print, titled: 'Kleeding der Japansche Heeren.' - ('Clothing of Japanese gentlemen'). The image shows a Japanese couple in characteristic costume (kimono). A second man is turned away from the viewer (to illustrate the rear of the man's costume).
Antique print, titled: 'Ceremonies du Mariage. Ceremonie van haer Trouwen.' - ('Marriage Ceremonies'). Bride, Groom, priest, and parents are all identified, as is the bride's idol. Musicians and soldiers are persent, as well as cart with money. A small fire burns in which the bride burns toys.