|Description||English: Fox in the Snow, by Rudolf Schramm-Zittau|
|Source||Die Kunst (https://archive.org/details/die-kunst-1914-heft-4/page/n3/mode/2up?view=theater)|
|Description||English: A Winter Scene—Sleighing in Russia (from Gleason’s Pictorial, 1853)|
|Source||Gleason’s Pictorial (https://archive.org/details/gleasonspictoria04glea/)|
|Description||English: Headpieces by Bernhard Wenig|
|Source||Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration (https://archive.org/details/deutschekunstund01kochuoft/page/n19/mode/2up?view=theater)|
|Description||English: View of the L in New York in a snowstorm, by Paul Lewis Anderson|
|Source||The American Annual of Photography (https://archive.org/details/americanannualof3519unse/page/12/mode/2up)|
|Author||Paul Lewis Anderson|
From La Revue de photographie, 1907.
|Description||English: Ornament or illustration of man slogging through deep snow|
|Source||Pacific Telephone Magazine (https://archive.org/details/pacific-telephone-magazine_11_07/page/n17/mode/2up)|
This scalable illustration can be used at any size.
English: Two-color design for a Christmas card
|Source||Christmas card from the Lennox and Addington Historical Society Collection (https://archive.org/details/1975.9.17)|
English: Passengers of a train stuck in the snow forage for wood
|Source||Our Young Folks, 1868 https://archive.org/stream/ouryoungfolksser4112trow#page/108/mode/2up)|
The engraving bears a mark in the lower left that seems to be “R. Sc.” “Sc.” is probably an abbreviation for “Sculpsit,” leaving “R.” as the only identification of the artist.
From Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Magazine, 1877.
From Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 1877.