9 Picture of a Hollyhock
Today we have a beautiful collection of Picture of a Hollyhock Images! I just love fluffy Hollyhocks, they are one of my favorites for a Summer garden! There are some lovely, colorful vintage images, plus a nice black and white graphic, shown below. I think any of the full color floral pictures would be gorgeous ironed onto a pretty pillow by using an iron on transfer product!
Botanical Hollyhock Illustrations
This is a very beautiful Hollyhock Bouquet! You will see the original print down below with it’s creamy background. I love the color combo of this one.
Click HERE for the Full Size Printable PDF of the Hollyhocks Print
Click HERE For the Full Size Printable of the Dahlia and Hollyhock
Beautiful Hollyhock Pictures
Here is the newest addition to this collection. Featured above is a Victorian print of some really beautiful pink Hollyhocks. So showy!
Above is a lovely Public Domain Hollyhocks Image! This is another splendid old picture. It shows some bright pink and white Blossoms with yellow stamens, set on a tan background, along with soft green leaves. There are a couple of little Bees flying around in the distance. This one has such nice bright colors, making for such a strikingly nice Illustration!
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Here we see more of these charming flowers. On this picture you can see both light and dark pink versions as well as some white ones. Lovely!
Picture of a Hollyhock with Bees
Black and White Hollyhock Coloring Page
Click HERE for the Hollyhock Coloring Page
Featured above is a wonderful Vintage Coloring Page of old fashioned Hollyhock Flowers! There are lots of delicate bits that you can color on this one. Coloring isn’t just for kids any more.
Extensive research has shown that coloring is great for adults too. I love to color as a stress reliever and am always on the lookout for great coloring sheets. Coloring is a perfect way to spend an afternoon when you don’t have a long to do list.
This was scanned from a Vintage coloring book in my collection. The book does not have a copyright date in it, but appears to have been made around the 1950′s. Such a fun Retro printable!
I hope you enjoyed this lovely curated collection, They are also nice to use in your Handmade Spring Cards or Mixed Media Projects! You might also like our Best Flower Images HERE or Pink Roses Pictures HERE.
Your Friday images are always beautiful. Thank you for these wonderful shares! I found the collection of Hollyhocks especially stunning.
Karen Watson says
Thank you Tracey, I’m glad you enjoyed these pretty flowers!
I have collected your latest to this series and they just get prettier all the time. I love the muted tones of peach & sage – what a beautiful combination of these lovely flowers! Thank you so much for sharing these with us!
Happy Memorial Day weekend!
Karen Watson says
Thank you Irene. Happy Memorial day weekend to you too!
Kerri Manuel says
Love the hollyhocks! Just fyi if anyone is interested, the one labeled public domain image is a Catarina Klein painting, though here in the states she’s commonly called Catherine. She was a German artist. So many artists have learned to paint naturalistic florals by studying her paintings. I collect postcards of her work but I don’t have this hollyhock one, so I have really enjoyed seeing it today! Thanks for posting it!
Oh yea! So glad you liked it Kerri and thanks so much for the information!!
It is my pleasure Angela!
Kris k Ell says
Great stuff. I love seeing your creations. It’s fun
You are so sweet Kris, thank you!
Love hollyhocks, thanks
Oh yea! So glad you like it Denise 🙂
Wow, these Hollyhocks are gorgeous! Actually, I haven’t seen these flowering plants around our area. The mixture of colours go so well together. I also love the soft coral and cream combination – both images are fabulous and thanks so much for sharing these with us!!
Have a wonderful weekend!!
Thanks so much Irene, so happy you enjoyed them 🙂
You are so welcome Vicki, have a great weekend!
shari harniss says
So sweet! Thanks!
So glad you like them Shari 🙂
Thanks so much Borqna 🙂