14 Rabbit Pictures
Today we have a cute collection of Rabbit Pictures! Featured below are several splendid Natural History images of the cute Furry Friends in several poses. We also have a couple of gorgeous examples of Vintage Bunny Victorian Scrap and several sweet Antique Rabbit Illustrations. All of these would be wonderful for many kinds of arts and crafts projects, but certainly you could use these for Easter Projects as well! How about using these in a March Hare Junk Journal?
Natural History Rabbit Pictures
I love this “Running Rabbit picture!” I spent a pretty penny on this one, but I think it was so worth it!! It is from a Circa 1830’s French Natural History Print. Shown above is a wonderful “Hare” or Rabbit. The original, with a Grass and French description, is at the top. I also created one with just the Rabbit, so that you can use what works best for your projects.
Isn’t he gorgeous?!! This is an amazing Brown Rabbit Clipart image that was scanned from the French Natural History Print! I love his big ears and beautiful soft looking coat! So real to life looking to me!
Above is a Wonderful Natural Rabbit Image! This beautiful Bunny is from the French Natural History Print as well! He has a lovely soft brown coat, with bits of white fur under his chin and on his belly. I love his pretty brown eyes. Such a sweet little animal!
This is an early Natural History Rabbit Picture! This is a Bunny resting on a patch of grass! He has a red spot above his eye. How Cute!
Here is a fabulous Vintage Rabbit Image with Antlers. A Jackalope perhaps, but one thing for sure is that it isn’t a typical Bunny!
This is an early Vintage White Rabbit Illustration! This came from a German Natural History Print. He looks a bit thinner than most of our images to me.
This next one is from the same 1790’s print as the three above it. He’s a sweet little Gray creature!
Antique Rabbit Images
Featured above is an early Vintage White Rabbit Image! Scanned from the early German Natural History Print in my collection, the print had several beautiful illustrations of various types of Rabbits and Bunnies on it. He is sitting in a meadow surrounded by colorful flowers.
This is a wonderful Vintage Spotted Bunny Image! Shown above is a lovely Victorian Scrap Piece of a sweet little Tan and Cream Spotted Bunny! This fluffy friend appears to be checking out some brightly colored Daisies popping up through the grass. Such a sweet Spring scene!
Vintage Rabbit Illustrations
Above is a darling page from an old Children’s book. The page features a Mother Rabbit with her Baby Bunnies. So sweet! It is an advertisement for a book titled “The Ballad of the Lost Hare” by Margaret Sidney. It is about a bad little Bunny who refuses to come home. Such great Rabbit Clipart!
Pictured here is a dear little project for kids, just right for Easter Crafting! This Vintage Bunny is made to be cut out, and then glued to either end of a thread spool. I think it would be fun to add a bit of cotton to his cute little Bunny bum too! I’ve included a printable so that you can make multiple Rabbits. They are fairly small so use a smaller sized spool for this. Also, I’m not sure on the exact age of these. I believe they are from the 1930’s, so please save this one for personal only to be safe with the copyright. Thank you Mona for submitting this darling graphic!!Pictured above is a Vintage Sepia Toned Bunny Illustration! This is a Brown and White Rabbit portrait. She or he appears to be breaking through a wall or piece of paper. I like the contrast of the soft sepia tones with his bright red eye. Quite interesting!