Flower pictures. Austrian, by graphics artist Hugo Noske (1886-1960). All in orange-red.

Still life. No date.
Still life. No date. © Estate of the artist. Image © Galerie Jacobsa. Fair use license. via https://www.jacobsa.de/buy-art-online-our-latest-works/hugo-noske-still-life-2.html?language=en
Christmas-Cactus-by-Hugo-Noske (1)
“Christmas Cactus.”ca. 1920. Colored woodcut. Signed in pencil on the lower right. © Estate of the artist. Image © The Annex Galleries. Fair use license. via https://www.annexgalleries.com/inventory/detail/14821/Hugo-Noske/Christmas-Cactus
Tigerlily. No date. Colored woodblock.
Tigerlily. No date. Colored woodblock. © Estate of the artist. Image © New England Art Exchange. Fair use license. via https://www.neartexchange.com/artist/hugo-noske

Flower prints by American printmaker Blanche Lazzell (1878-1956). Known for her white-line woodcuts.

"Tulips." 1920.
“Tulips.” 1920. American, made in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Color woodcut on Japan paper. Image © Swann Auction Galleries. Fair use license. via https://www.swanngalleries.com/news/2014/09/white-line-blanche-lazzell-and-the-provincetown-printers/
"The Blue Jug." 1928. Color woodblock.
“The Blue Jug.” 1928. Color woodblock. Image ©2019 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/blanche-lazzell/the-blue-jug-Q5yKJXUwe173IpsVHIp4yw2
“Abstract Petunias.’’ 1946, Color woodcut on laid Japan paper.
“Abstract Petunias.’’ 1946, Color woodcut on laid Japan paper. Image © UNDERMAIN, LLC 2013-FOREVER. Fair use license. via https://under-main.com/tag/blanche-lazzell/

Wallpaper made in Paris by Jean-Baptiste Réveillon. Starting in the 1760’s, his firm continued until the revolution came and a mob burned everything, forcing him to climb over a wall and flee.

Wallpaper. 1788.
Wallpaper. 1788. Block printed, hand painted, and gilded on handmade paper. Pierre Cietti, designer (1752-1794). Image © Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York. Fair use license. via https://www.cooperhewitt.org/2019/11/01/a-stellar-arabesque/?utm_source=Cooper+Hewitt+Master+List&utm_campaign=aae478e245-OOTD_RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_%2A%7CDATE%3Ad%2Fm%2Fy%7C%2A&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_461c6416c0-aae478e245-308516337
"Arabesques, Cupids, and Landscapes" design. ca. 1780.
“Arabesques, Cupids, and Landscapes” design. ca. 1780. Woodblock-printed wallpaper. Attributed to Réveillon. Collection of the RISD Museum, Providence. Cc0 License 1.0. via https://risdmuseum.org/art-design/collection/arabesques-cupids-and-landscapes-34942
"Blumentapete" floral design. 18th c.
“Blumentapete” floral design. 18th c. Image © Deutsches Tapetenmuseum, Kassel, Germany / bridgemanimages.com and 2019 meisterdrucke.uk. Fair use license. via https://www.meisterdrucke.uk/fine-art-prints/Jean-Baptiste-R%C3%A9veillon/589436/Floral-wallpaper-design.html

Flower pictures. Colored woodblock prints by American Edna Boies Hopkins. Living from 1872 to 1937, she was inspired by Japanese art.

"Garden Flowers (Poppies)." 1915.
“Garden Flowers (Poppies).” 1915. Color woodcut. courtesy of The Schumacher Gallery, Capital University. Image © 2019 SPRINGFIELD MUSEUM OF ART. Fair use license. via https://www.springfieldart.net/?exhibition=edna-boies-hopkins-life-in-print
"Purple Asters." ca. 1910-13. Woodcut printed in colors.
“Purple Asters.” ca. 1910-13. Woodcut printed in colors. Vasseur 57, edition at least 27. Signed and numbered “11” in pencil. Image © William P. Carl Fine Prints. Fair use license. via http://www.williampcarlfineprints.com/pieces/1905_Purple_Asters
"Sunflowers." ca. 1915-16. Colored woodblock.
“Sunflowers.” ca. 1915-16. Colored woodblock. Image © 2014 Steven Thomas, Inc./STInc, L.P. Fair use license. via http://www.woodblock-prints.com/woo_examples.html

Prints of the American West from a hundred years ago. Gustave Baumann, American painter and printmaker (1881-1971). Member of the Taos Society of Artists. Also made marionettes.

"Old Santa Fe." 1924. Color wood cut.
“Old Santa Fe.” 1924. Color woodcut. Signed and titled in pencil. Numbered “No. 32 of 100” in ink in the lower margin. Artist’s ink stamp, lower right. © Estate of the artist. Image © Swann Auction Galleries. Fair use license. via https://catalogue.swanngalleries.com/auction-lot/GUSTAVE-BAUMANN-Old-Santa-Fe.-2522+++++300+-++764366
"Taos Placita." 20th c.
“Taos Placita.” 20th c. Color woodblock. Numbered 51 out of a run of 125. © Estate of the artist. Image © Copyright 2019 · Scottsdale Art Auction. Fair use license. via https://scottsdaleartauction.com/artwork/gustave-baumann-taos-placita-2018/
"Rio Tesuque." ca. 20th c.
“Rio Tesuque.” ca. 20th c. Color woodblock print. Number 19 in an edition of 125. © Estate of the artist. Image © Owings Gallery, Santa Fe. Fair use license. via

Samples of wallpaper showing available colorways designed by C. F. A. Voysey for Essex and Company who were the manufacturers in 1893. A leading light of the Arts and Crafts Movement, Voysey also designed houses which no doubt used only his designs.

Pattern #1.
Pattern #1. Woodblock. Image © Historic Houses Trust, Sydney, Australia. Fair use license. via http://museum.collection.hht.net.au/search.do?view=detail&page=1&id=410&db=object
Pattern #1 in five colorways.
Pattern #1 in five colorways. Woodblock. Image © Historic Houses Trust, Sydney, Australia. Fair use license. via http://museum.collection.hht.net.au/search.do?view=detail&page=1&id=410&db=object.
Pattern #2.
Pattern #2. Woodblock. Image © Historic Houses Trust, Sydney, Australia. Fair use license. via http://museum.collection.hht.net.au/search.do?view=detail&page=1&id=410&db=object.
Pattern #2 in five colorways.
Pattern #2 in five colorways. Woodblock. Image © Historic Houses Trust, Sydney, Australia. Fair use license. via http://museum.collection.hht.net.au/search.do?view=detail&page=1&id=410&db=object.
Pattern #3.
Pattern #3. Woodblock. Image © Historic Houses Trust, Sydney, Australia. Fair use license. via http://museum.collection.hht.net.au/search.do?view=detail&page=1&id=410&db=object.

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

Images of animals by American artist Walter Inglis Anderson. Living from 1903 to 1965, he studied art in New York but mostly painted out on the barrier islands of Mississippi.

Design for a Shearwater ceramic plate. Undated.
Design for a Shearwater ceramic plate. Undated. Watercolor. © Heirs of the artist. Image © College of Architecture, Art, & Design Mississippi State University. Fair use license. via http://caad.msstate.edu/wpmu/artnews/tag/walter-andersons-symphony-of-animals/
"Pelicans." 1945.
“Pelicans.” 1945. © The heirs of the artist. Image © Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans. Fair use license. via http://omsablog.blogspot.com/2010/05/walter-inglis-anderson-artist-and.html
Octopus print. One of a series of alphabet prints. Undated.
Octopus print. One of a series of alphabet prints. Undated. © The heirs of the artist. Image © 2019 Photos Alphabet Collections. Fair use license. via http://www.afrimage.org/walter-anderson-alphabet/
Fish print. One of a series of alphabet prints. Undated.
Fish print. One of a series of alphabet prints. Undated. © The heirs of the artist. Image © 2019 Photos Alphabet Collections. Fair use license. via http://www.afrimage.org/walter-anderson-alphabet/

Woodcuts by Dutch artist Julie de Graag. Living from 1877 to 1924, she also taught art. A drawing, too.

"Oost-Indische kers" (East Indian cherry).
“Oost-Indische kers” (East Indian cherry). 1919. Collection of the Gemeentemuseum, The Hague. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Oost-Indische_kers.jpg
"Ontwerp voor een omslag voor een herbarium" (Design for a cover for a herbarium). 1887-1924.
“Ontwerp voor een omslag voor een herbarium” (Design for a cover for a herbarium). 1887-1924. Paper, pencil, and pen and ink. Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. In the public domain. via https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/my/collections/2344256–phantom-island/designs-and-patterns/objecten#/RP-T-1954-498,15
"Swimming Frog." Undated.
“Swimming Frog.” Undated. Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. In the public domain. viahttp://clawmarks.tumblr.com/post/171358387412/zwemmende-kikker-julie-de-graag-c1887-1924