Jugendstil art from Jugend magazine. Leo Putz, artist. Living from 1869 to 1940 he was a Tyrolean artist from northern Italy, born up in the Alps.

Cover art for Jugend. 1906, Number 5.
Cover art for Jugend. 1906, Number 5. In the public domain. via https://www.cutlermiles.com/cover-to-jugend-1906-leo-putz/
"Schneckenkampf" (Snails Battle). Done for Jugend in 1904.
“Schneckenkampf” (Snails Battle). Done for Jugend in 1904. In the public domain. via https://thefugitivesaint.tumblr.com/post/168681833798/leo-putz-1869-1940-schneckenkampf-snails
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Artwork for the 1909 Number 5 issue of Jugend Magazine. In the public domain. via https://thefugitivesaint.tumblr.com/post/172557477488/leo-putz-1869-1940-jugend-5-1909-source
"Fall of Russia." Illustration for Jugend Magazine. 1915, number 43.
“Fall of Russia.” Illustration for Jugend Magazine. 1915, number 43. In the public domain. via http://poramoralarte-exposito.blogspot.com/2017/06/leo-putz-1869-1940.html

Watercolors of 1930’s and 1940’s interiors most of which ran in magazines so you would know how to redecorate if you won the lottery. All by Sir Cecil Beaton. Living from 1904 to 1980 and best known for his photography but he did other creative things too.

"The Drawing Room at Reddish House." No date.
“The Drawing Room at Reddish House.” No date. Pen, brush, black, brown ink and watercolor on paper. Image © 2019 MutualArt Services, Inc. Fair use license. via https://www.mutualart.com/Artwork/The-Drawing-Room-at-Reddish-House/F63CC24D755C4CE5
"Harrison and Mona Williams at home in Palm Beach."
“Harrison and Mona Williams at home in Palm Beach.” February 15, 1937. Illustration for Vogue Magazine. Image © vogue.com. Fair use license. via https://www.vogue.com/slideshow/claudia-schiffer-palm-beach-style-vogue#4

Illustrations right out of the Parisian jazz age with a saxophone lingering behind somewhere. All of these being from 1919. André Édouard Marty, illustrator (1882-1974).

"Le Bal de Sauvages" from Modes et Manières d'aujourd'hui. Plate 17.
“Le Bal de Sauvages” from Modes et Manières d’aujourd’hui. Plate 17. Vintage. via https://matouenpeluche.typepad.com/matouenpeluche/2015/07/andr%C3%A9-%C3%A9douard-marty.html
"Le Golf," from  "Modes et Manières d'aujourd'hui."
“Le Golf,” from “Modes et Manières d’aujourd’hui.” Plate 18. Vintage. via https://myonebeautifulthing.com/2018/11/18/pochoir/
"Les Ailes dans le Vent," from "Modes et Manières d'aujourd'hui."
“Les Ailes dans le Vent,” from “Modes et Manières d’aujourd’hui.” Plate 12. Vintage. via http://www.artophile.com/Artwork/PublicDisplay_AE_Marty_Les_Ailes_Dans_Le_Vent_1152_33.htm

Graphic design straight out of the Jazz Age. Pierre L. Rigal, illustrator for Vanity Fair.

Front cover of the April, 1926 issue.
Front cover of the April, 1926 issue. Vintage. via https://www.art.com/products/p12503463899-sa-i6354916/pierre-l-rigal-vanity-fair-cover-april-1926.htm?sorig=cat&sorigid=195275&dimvals=195275-1837&ui=d0a19c91b1044db099068b90e6fd7
Front cover, September 1926 issue.
Front cover, September 1926 issue. Vintage. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vanity-Fair-9-1926-Dorothy-Parker-Josephine-Baker-Greta-Garbo-Moulin-Rouge-Jazz/123745760599?hash=item1ccfd27557:g:KDkAAOSwBG1cu0tl
Front cover, December 1926 issue.
Front cover, December 1926 issue. Vintage. via https://www.art.com/products/p12503464305-sa-i6356448/pierre-l-rigal-vanity-fair-cover-december-1926.htm?upi=PEQZ7N0&PODConfigID=8419447&sOrigID=428668

Very charming birds by Dutch graphics artist Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita (1868-1944) who also taught M. C. Escher.

Front cover of Dutch art magazine Wendingen issue for January, 1931.
Front cover of Dutch art magazine “Wendingen”, issue for January, 1931. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wendingen1931JessurundeMesquita.jpg
Owl. 1914.
Owl, 1914. Print on Japanese paper. Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://www.design-is-fine.org/post/157579151334/samuel-jessurun-de-mesquita-owl-1914-print-on
"Rode ibis." ca. 1910.
“Rode ibis.” ca. 1910. Watercolor. Collection of the Joods Historisch Museum, Amsterdam. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://www.nachtbrakers.nl/article-detail/674/lekkergaan-joods-historisch-museum
"Twee duiven." 1933.
“Twee duiven.” 1933. Woodcut on Japanese paper. Collection of the Joods Historisch Museum, Amsterdam. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://jck.nl/en/node/3038

Early 20th century Art Moderne interiors to fantasize about having in your house. Some commissions for the “Ladies Home Journal”. Others from the “Documents D’Art Moderne” of 1901-1903. By master of illustration American William H. Bradley.

Living room interior.
Living room interior. Done for the “Ladies Home Journal.” Public domain. via https://willbradley.com/work/architecture-and-furniture/ladies-home-journal-interior-living-room-2/
Lounge designed by Bradley for his house in Concord, Massachusetts. 1900-1903.
Lounge designed by Bradley for his house in Concord, Massachusetts. 1900-1903. Taken from “Documents d’Art Moderne.” Public domain. via https://fineartamerica.com/featured/lounge-designed-by-will-bradley-.html
Bedroom designed by Bradley in his house in Concord, Massachusetts. 1900-1903.
Bedroom designed by Bradley in his house in Concord, Massachusetts. 1900-1903. From “Documents d’Art Moderne.” Public domain. via https://fineartamerica.com/featured/bedroom-designed-by-will-bradley-.html
Nursery.
Nursery. In the public domain. via https://fineartamerica.com/featured/nursery-designed-by-will-bradley-.html?product=greeting-card

Graphics from the not very long lived magazine “Maandschrift voor vercieringskunst” (Decorative Arts Monthly). Published in Haarlem in the Netherlands I’m not sure what went wrong there but these prints are grand.

September and October, 1896.
September and October, 1896. Theo van Hoytema, artist (1863-1917). Image © Museum Boijmans, Rotterdam. Fair use license. via https://www.boijmans.nl/en/collection/artworks/129751/cover-for-monthly-magazine-for-decorative-art-harlem-september-october-1896
May and June. 1896.
May and June. 1896. Carel Adolph Lion Cachet, artist (1864-1945). Image © Museum Boijmans, Rotterdam. Fair use license. via https://www.boijmans.nl/collectie/kunstwerken/75110/omslag-maandschrift-voor-vercieringskunst

Illustrations for magazines. George Lepape, illustrator. Living from 1887 to 1971 he also did work for designer Paul Poirot and Worth amongst others.

"Robes neuves (New Dresses)." Undated.
“Robes neuves (New Dresses).” Undated. Illustration for Gazette du Bon Ton. Vintage illustration. via https://michelinewalker.com/tag/la-gazette-du-bon-ton/
"Les Coussins."
“Les Coussins.” In the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924. via https://matouenpeluche.typepad.com/matouenpeluche/2012/01/georges-lepape.html
Cover for the July 20, 1929 issue of Vogue.
Cover for the July 20, 1929 issue of Vogue. Image © Condé Nast Collection. Fair use license. via https://bedroomfurniture.club/search/george-washington-university-baseball.html

Sketches of Intérieurs Moderne decor options from “Intérieurs Modernes par MAM”, which appeared in “Gazette du Bon Ton”, Volume 1, Number 1, which was published in Paris in January 1921.

"Black and gold lacquered dressing table."
“Black and gold lacquered dressing table.” Color lithograph. Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. In the public domain in the United States. via https://www.mfa.org/collections/object/download/321890
"Salle à manger appartenant à Mme. P."
“Salle à manger appartenant à Mme. P.” Color lithograph. Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. In the public domain. via https://www.mfa.org/collections/object/download/321888

Posters by the American illustrator William H. Bradley. Nicknamed the “Dean of American Designers” by The Saturday Evening Post, his posters could be seen tacked up everywhere from elite boarding schools to the news stand in Grand Central.

"The Modern" poster. 1895.
“The Modern” poster. 1895. Done for Charles Scribner and Sons. In the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924. via https://www.worldofartglobal.com/products/the-modern-poster-by-will-h-bradley-in-1895
"The Chap-Book" poster. 1894.
“The Chap-Book” poster. 1894. In the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Will_Bradley_Chap_Book.jpg
"The Chap Book" Thanksgiving number for 1895.
“The Chap Book” Thanksgiving number for 1895. Color lithograph on paper. Collection of the Smithsonian Institution. In the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924. via https://americanart.si.edu/artwork/chap-book-thanksgiving-no-2715