Like books, this source is another no brainer…the internet. The images will be small, usually 9×12 or smaller and the designs do not enlarge well, but you can print small color or black and white prints for home use.
Search in images by subject, art style, specific artist, or the title of an individual work. Do not limit yourself to art and artists. Be creative. Consider what you find interesting and intriguing, what you do or what you would like to do, where you’ve been or where you’d like to go. There are some truly amazing images available.
Another option…sites that feature free printable art. Here are a few to start with:
Botanical prints by Jennifer Olmstead available
at adailysomething.com/ They’re wonderful and free.
A really cute print for the kitchen that looks like a chalkboard message (even if you’re not into chalkboards) available at iheartnaptime.net/ free-kitchen-art-printable
fabnfree.com lists a variety of designs including word graphics and links to the sites that feature them
And several other sites that will be coming up over the next few days.