Artcutouts - Cutout People from Works of Art (155 PNGs)
Cutouts of people made from works of art mostly created several centuries ago by European painters and cartographers.
Artcutouts come from photographs of artworks that are presented in museums around the globe.
Initial photographs have been stamped with: CC0 1.0 universal (CC0 1.0) copyright by their publishers. A kind of public domain dedication which means that the source materials are free for public use. That was one of the reasons lead us to make this collection idea - cutout characters, plants and animals used for collage visualizations, popular among architects.
It’s important to mention - if you do find some materials that break any copyright law, please contact us and we will make sure to remove them as soon as possible.
Set of 155 cutouts
Filetype: PNG (Transparent background)
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